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Breakfast Briefing 17th November 2017
 
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London parks win appeal to continue hosting music festivals The Court of Appeal has upheld the use of London parks for major ticket-only entertainments. London parks win appeal to continue hosting music festivals
 
 
Homebase/Bunnings to stop selling neonicotinoid-treated plants Homebase/Bunnings says it intends to end the sale of plants grown that have been treated with neonicotinoid-based pesticides by the end of 2018. Homebase/Bunnings to stop selling neonicotinoid-treated plants
 
 
Gove says funding could be freed for land skills Defra minister Michael Gove has called for a funding shake-up to help land-based industries fill a skills shortage and close the productivity gap. Gove says funding could be freed for land skills
 
 
"Inappropriate" chainsaw use caused tree surgeon's death, inquest hears An experienced tree surgeon died after his chainsaw kicked back and struck him in the neck, an inquest heard this week.
 
 
Poinsettia sales take off early, growers report Woodlark Nurseries Colin Edwards says poinsettia sales are almost double the number they were last year. Poinsettia sales take off early, growers report
 
 
NIAB EMR strengthens fruit quality research with new team head Kent horticultural research organisation NIAB EMR (formerly East Malling Research) has appointed Dr Andrew Simkin to lead its emerging fruit quality and development research programme. NIAB EMR strengthens fruit quality research with new team head
 
Early Bird Deadline 1st February 2018!
 
Call for entries for the 2018 Horticulture Week Awards
Call for entries for the 2018 Horticulture Week Awards
Horticulture Week is delighted to announce the launch of the leading industry awards schemes for 2018 supporting, encouraging and broadcasting excellence across all areas of horticulture business, people and places.
 
Booking now: Healthy Design, Healthy Places - 29th November 
 
Flagship event to resolve practical challenges of incorporating green infrastructure in building development
Flagship event to resolve practical challenges of incorporating green infrastructure in building development
Horticulture Week hosts Healthy Design, Healthy Places on 29th November - a conference designed to help professionals overcome the practical challenges of integrating green infrastructure in the built environment.
 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
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