Two weeks left to enter Grower of the Year Awards

To all growers and suppliers supporting UK production horticulture - don't miss out on your chance to be recognised as a leader in your field.

Members of the HTA and the NFU, which are the event's sponsors, can enter free of charge.

"Entering the Grower of the Year Awards 2009 can bring many benefits to production horticulture leaders, managers and their teams," said HW editor and chairman of the awards' independent judging panel, Kate Lowe.

"It's a unique marketing tool. It's a great way to demonstrate your professional excellence and it's a terrific motivator for staff."

The deadline for awards entries is 7 November. Winners will be announced during the glittering awards event held on 26 February in London.

- For further information and an entry pack, please contact awards coordinator Kate Collins on 020 8267 8188. Alternatively, email kate.collins@haymarket.com.


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