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Breakfast Briefing 20th August 2019
 
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Report warns of pest threat from imported Christmas trees A new report is warning that Christmas trees imported from mainland Europe could be providing a pathway for new pests and diseases to enter the UK. Report warns of pest threat from imported Christmas trees
 
 
Two garden centres persuade recycling company to accept plastic plant pots Two garden centres have worked with Herefordshire and Worcestershire authorities to get non-black PP plastic pots and trays accepted in household and kerbside recycling bins. Two garden centres persuade recycling company to accept plastic plant pots
 
 
Project lead: New open space, landscaping, play areas and active travel routes in Berkshire. New open space, landscaping, play areas active travel routes are needed at a £5.59 million development in Bracknell, Berkshire. Project lead: New open space, landscaping, play areas and active travel routes in Berkshire.
 
 
Irish minister tells horticulture industry to prepare for no-deal Brexit Republic of Ireland minister for agriculture, food and marine Michael Creed says Irish agri-food businesses and associated companies need to prepare now for a no-deal Brexit on 31 October. Irish minister tells horticulture industry to prepare for no-deal Brexit
 
 
New company offers garden centres direct buying from China Direct Garden Source is a newly formed venture which aims to facilitate direct purchasing by garden centres from Chinese manufacturers. New company offers garden centres direct buying from China
 
 
Hillier Trees part of £2.3bn Elephant & Castle regeneration project Hillier Trees says it is proud to be part of the ongoing, multi-phase 'Elephant Park' project that aims to regenerate not only the Elephant and Castle area of London, but also green up the entire London Borough of Southwark. Hillier Trees part of £2.3bn Elephant & Castle regeneration project
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Why landscape businesses need to take care over terminology used to sell their services
Why landscape businesses need to take care over terminology used to sell their services
 
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