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Opinion... Recognising the value of nature

Opinion... Recognising the value of nature

Can anything positive come from the felling of street trees in Sheffield? The sight of contractors unloading chainsaws and chopping down street trees outside residents' front doors is visceral. People feel shock and disbelief.

Editorial ... Supporting horticultural excellence

Editorial ... Supporting horticultural excellence

The team at Horticulture Week are delighted to launch the leading industry awards schemes for 2018 supporting, encouraging and broadcasting excellence across all areas of horticulture business, people and places.

Opinion ... Answering call for home production

Opinion ... Answering call for home production

Whitehall wants more home production of fresh produce. That's very welcome. Horticulture is a can-do industry and will react positively. In ramping-up production, increases in basic resources are needed. Seed suppliers want advance warning by at least one season of higher demand.

Opinion... Pepper breeders' wealth of knowledge

Opinion... Pepper breeders' wealth of knowledge

Peter Seabrook looks forward to garden centre pepper-tasting weekends.

Opinion... Shining a light on trading with Europe

Opinion... Shining a light on trading with Europe

Accurate figures are notoriously difficult to get at, but without doubt the UK imports a great deal of its ornamental plant requirement.

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