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Neville Stein advises how businesses can act now to protect themselves against higher plant import costs after the Brexit deadline.
Bespoke apprenticeships and internal training are helping firms to get ahead in skills-shortage horticulture, says Rachel Anderson.
Manufacturers are working to provide solutions to many challenges. Sally Drury looks at their newest models.
Whether you voted leave or remain all those years ago, a "no-deal" Brexit should worry you.
I find myself in a difficult situation. A few weeks ago I was fortunate to be present to hear details of imminent changes to regulations concerning Oak Processionary Moth (OPM) and oak trees. I heard details, asked questions and probed the implications of these changes. That may not sound like a difficult position to be in, yet I am uneasy.
Lobby groups jumping onto fashionable campaigns, often to promote their own interests, can do much more harm than good. Take, for example, the move against black polythene plant pots and containers.
Tree and Landscape Officer
Fylde Council Borough of Fylde
National Trust BT22 2AD, Newtownards
Plant Heritage London (Greater)
Technical Area Sales Manager – South England
ICL Horticulture UK Limited South East England
Grower / Wholesale Nursery Assistant
MorePeople England, Herefordshire
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Boningales Nursery chairman Tim Edwards on the business of ornamentals production
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