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Breakfast Briefing 24th January 2020
 

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Frosts Garden Centres achieves zero to landfill status National Resource Consortium (NRC) completed a waste management service project for a Frosts Garden Centres, enabling the four centre group to achieve Zero Waste to Landfill Status. Frosts Garden Centres achieves zero to landfill status
 
 
Government advisor recommends banning peat sales and extraction The Committee on Climate Change, an independent non-departmental public body, formed to advise the Government on tackling climate change, has recommended banning peat extraction and sales. Government advisor recommends banning peat sales and extraction
 
 
MP calls for "public good" of more UK-grown fruit and veg The Government has been asked to consider the "public good" of more home-grown fresh produce in a Commons debate on farming legislation. MP calls for "public good" of more UK-grown fruit and veg
 
 
Waterdrinker promotes houseplants of the future Garden centre supplier Waterdrinker has exhibited dozens of new houseplants at Belgium Direct/The Plant Team's plant trade show at Stoneleigh. Waterdrinker promotes houseplants of the future
 
 
Caulders buys eighth garden centre Caulders Garden Centres is to buy Loch Lomond Homes and Garden, in Balloch. Caulders buys eighth garden centre
 
 
Blenheim Palace £9m project to save "finest view in England" A massive civil engineering project to help save the ‘finest view in England’ is set to get under way at Blenheim Palace later in 2020. Blenheim Palace £9m project to save "finest view in England"
 
 
Project lead: school extension and ground works in East England Demolition of existing buildings and the development of a new £9.6m teaching and learning facility in Gresham, North Norfolk. Project lead: school extension and ground works in East England
 
 
Magistrates issue £2,000 fine over national park tree felling Magistrates have fined a woman £2,000 for severely cutting back a healthy, 200-year-old sycamore tree in a national park conservation area. Magistrates issue £2,000 fine over national park tree felling
 
 
Wyevale Nurseries invests in new business management software Wyevale Nurseries has installed a new and bespoke enterprise resource planning (ERP) system. Wyevale Nurseries invests in new business management software
 
 
Hugh Lowe Farms takes long view with latest family appointment Amelia McLean has been appointed director of Hugh Lowe Farms, marking the fifth generation of her family to run the Kent-based soft fruit grower. Hugh Lowe Farms takes long view with latest family appointment
 
 
Air-Pot tree growing trials finds pot use leads to better stem and crown growth Bas van Dijk and Rutger Hornix from Air-Pot set up a demonstration trial to show the added value of Air-Pot grown trees compared to cultivation in the open field. Air-Pot tree growing trials finds pot use leads to better stem and crown growth
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