Who are the UK's biggest arboriculture businesses?
A combination of demand from retailers for UK produce, and technical advances to extend the season for home-grown fruit, has meant that UK growers now provide a mainstay product on supermarket shelves that is recognised for its quality while also supporting rural economies.
Landscape industry consolidation is a key factor influencing Horticulture Week's top 50 ranking of the biggest landscape construction and maintenance operators by turnover.
Private equity investment in the nursery sector is a new element, as Horticulture Week reveals its updated list of the industry's top 60 ornamentals nurseries by turnover.
Who has made it into this year's Top 100 Garden Centres report produced by Horticulture Week?
Shifts are taking place in the market for garden weedkillers in the UK
The number of landscape practices adopting an employee-ownership model is on the rise, so what are the potential benefits?
The publication of the Agriculture Bill this week formally kick-starts the Government's plans to implement a "green Brexit" for farming, the area of the economy most impacted by the UK's withdrawal from the EU from next March.
A robust case for trees' environmental benefits has helped a London borough gain political and financial support for an ambitious planting programme.
Plastic, peat and glyphosate reduction, one-stop shop suppliers, slug control, shrub replacement, lawn fixing, solar technology and heat-loving plants such as agapanthus were among the top trends at Glee this year.
I find myself in a difficult situation. A few weeks ago I was fortunate to be present to hear details of imminent changes to regulations concerning Oak Processionary Moth (OPM) and oak trees. I heard details, asked questions and probed the implications of these changes. That may not sound like a difficult position to be in, yet I am uneasy.
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Terravesta South Carlton, Lincoln
Private Estate - West Kent Kent
Practical Lecturer in Arboriculture
Myerscough College Preston, Lancashire
Assistant Head Gardener
National Trust TN22 3QX, Uckfield
Operations and Performance Manager
Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council Dudley, West Midlands
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