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Breakfast Briefing 18th June 2019
 
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Parks & Gardens Live, Woburn Abbey, 25th June 
 
With just one week to go to Parks & Gardens Live, have you booked your FREE place?
With just one week to go to Parks & Gardens Live, have you booked your FREE place?
Don't miss this brilliant mix of products, kit demos, expert workshops and careers advice tailored to parks, gardens and landscape professionals - and taking place on 25th June.
 
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Former Wyevale Garden Centre taken over by Capital Gardens Sherfield-on-Loddon Garden Centre in Hook, Hampshire has become the fifth acquistion by Capital Gardens. Former Wyevale Garden Centre taken over by Capital Gardens
 
 
Project lead: Play areas, structural planting and soft landscaping at south London school Play areas, structural planting and soft landscaping are needed at a £20.5 million school scheme in Clapham, south London. Project lead: Play areas, structural planting and soft landscaping at south London school
 
 
Bayer to spend £5.6bn on weedkiller research Bayer says its will spend £5.6bn over the next decade on weedkiller research and will reduce its environmental impact by 30% through measures such as lower and more precise use of chemicals. Bayer to spend £5.6bn on weedkiller research
 
 
Hill Brothers, Chichester sees Brexit uncertainty and bad weather hit returns In the year to 31 December 2018, major multiple flowering indoor plants grower Hill Brothers (Chichester) saw turnover fall to £13.76m from £14.35m in the previous year. Hill Brothers, Chichester sees Brexit uncertainty and bad weather hit returns
 
 
Scotscape and Untitled Practice design and build 76sqm living wall in London Scotscape has built a 76 sqm living wall in London Bridge as part of a low emission initiative to improve air quality. Scotscape and Untitled Practice design and build 76sqm living wall in London
 
 
Lincoln to host "global centre of excellence" in agri-robotics research The University of Lincoln has won further Government funding of £6.4 million to spearhead automation in growing. Lincoln to host "global centre of excellence" in agri-robotics research
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