Sherriff Amenity has launched a new range of biostimulant products that increase plants' metabolism, nutrient availability, water-holding capacity and production of antioxidants and chlorophyll.
Agrigem has launched a new herbicide for annual, perennial and grass weeds.
Rigby Taylor's new sprayer range for amenity professionals is designed to apply products effectively at 1 bar pressure and a medium-to-coarse spray application rate of 150 litres per hectare. Each sprayer comes with 1 bar cf pressure regulator and a range of nozzles to offer operators a choice of spray widths.
New developments include a trial of biodegradable pots and research on the benefits of decorating, Gavin McEwan explains
Waverley Borough Council Surrey
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Horticruitment Windsor, Berkshire
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Horticruitment West Midlands
Most hedges need to be cut or trimmed several times a year and the choice of kit will depend on their size, species and setting, Sally Drury explains
Young and newly planted trees need protection against a range of threats to their successful establishment, says Sally Drury.
Various options are available to support young trees, Sally Drury explains.
Film-clad structures can help retailers to display stock that would otherwise be open to the elements, Sally Drury explains.
What are the options for groundsmen looking to bring facilities back to life? Rachel Anderson reports on latest developments
Manufacturers and distributors are helping growers to contend with the challenges of the British climate, Rachel Anderson finds.
Using agents and distributors may mean having to pay commission but it eases a lot of the headaches when buying from abroad, says Jack Shamash.
With a wide variety of uses across commercial horticulture, glasshouses are benefitting from the application of updated technologies, says Sally Drury
The benefits of growing crops under LEDs are interesting growers, nurserymen and research establishments, Sally Drury discovers.
A variety of actions including overseeding will be required to restore the sward this spring after the stresses of winter, Sally Drury reports.