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Opinion... Strategy needed to boost production

Opinion... Strategy needed to boost production

We face a great opportunity to increase the UK's production of nursery stock, but it will not be exploited without a strategic plan.

Opinion... quality shines out at industry events

Opinion... quality shines out at industry events

It is always a pleasure to see things done well and there were three good examples in Hertfordshire recently.

Opinion... Action needed to protect environment

Opinion... Action needed to protect environment

Opinion... How science can open up markets

Opinion... How science can open up markets

Revitalisation of our glasshouse industry is welcome. Development of Thanet Earth and now the project at Bamford, Ipswich, are factory-level growing.

Opinion... Open horticulture students' eyes to opportunities

Opinion... Open horticulture students' eyes to opportunities

The number of full-time students entering colleges for land based studies currently stands at 800, an unbelievably low number for the whole of the country. Colleges offering a wide range of agricultural and horticultural subjects have dropped and horticultural courses are being lost at a quite frightening rate.

Project Lead: Landscaping and roof terrace for £149.5m London scheme

Project Lead: Landscaping and roof terrace for £149.5m London scheme

Hard and soft landscaping are planned for a commercial development in Tower Hamlets, East London.

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