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Breakfast Briefing 24th September 2020
 

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Plant imports could be caught up in Brexit ports delays - warning Plant imports could be caught up in Brexit ports delays - warning
 
 
Hayes Garden World ecommerce makes up for loss of trade after four-month lockdown Hayes Garden World ecommerce makes up for loss of trade after four-month lockdown
 
 
National Park coronavirus budget falls "over-pessimistic" National Park coronavirus budget falls "over-pessimistic"
 
 
Verbena Margaret’s Memory in Sun legend photoshoot as 250,000 sales quest begins Verbena Margaret’s Memory in Sun legend photoshoot as 250,000 sales quest begins
 
 
Facilities management company fined after an employee was crushed in park Facilities management company fined after an employee was crushed in park
 
 
Value of trees under housing association care could top £1bn, survey finds Value of trees under housing association care could top £1bn, survey finds
 
 
Environmental charities receive £1.2m in emergency COVID funding towards Welsh sites Environmental charities receive £1.2m in emergency COVID funding towards Welsh sites
 
 
Coalition calls for greater funding in rural areas to limit pandemic fallout Coalition calls for greater funding in rural areas to limit pandemic fallout
 
 
Last call for horticulture industry feedback on high-level apprenticeship schemes Last call for horticulture industry feedback on high-level apprenticeship schemes
 
 
Hillier sees trend towards mixed avenue tree planting Hillier sees trend towards mixed avenue tree planting
 
 
Plant winners awarded after Czech trials Plant winners awarded after Czech trials
 
 
ICL warn to plan ahead for last ready-incorporated Exemptor thiacloprid orders ICL warn to plan ahead for last ready-incorporated Exemptor thiacloprid orders
 
 
City of London Corporation collects seven awards for London in Bloom 2020 City of London Corporation collects seven awards for London in Bloom 2020
 
 
Hever Castle & Gardens wins sixth consecutive gold at South & South East in Bloom Hever Castle & Gardens wins sixth consecutive gold at South & South East in Bloom
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Amenity contractors can take back control from the weeds Herbicide resistance is an increasing issue for the UK turf and amenity sector. Bayer’s new broad-spectrum residual herbicide is already showing effectiveness, keeping weeds at bay for up to four months Presented by Bayer Amenity contractors can take back control from the weeds
 


The 2020 Spirit of Four Oaks virtual exhibitor guide is bringing the industry together in the absence of a physical show this year.

This EXHIBITOR DIRECTORY allows exhibitors to have a platform to showcase their plants, services and products to visitors in 2020.

For further enquires, please contact Roisin Kennedy:
roisin.kennedy@haymarket.com
020 8267 4953 

Go to the Spirit of Four Oaks Page


 
Coronavirus Crisis - help and guidance for horticulture
 
Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE Our live table includes details of key Covid-19-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by UK Government departments, non-departmental public bodies, and professional horticultural bodies. Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE
 
Follow the latest on coronavirus and horticulture and garden industries

The latest developments including impacts on sales, supply chains and events.

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CONTACT US

News & Analysis l Matthew Appleby 
matthew.appleby@haymarket.com

Advertising and Sponsorship l Roisin Kennedy
Phone 020 8267 4953 
roisin.kennedy@haymarket.com

Horticulture Jobs |Joe Edmonds
Phone 020 8267 4354  
joe.edmonds@haymarket.com


 
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