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Horticulture Week has expanded its new website, adding new careers, resources and events sections.

With course listings, job profiles, news and features, the careers section offers a one-stop shop for horticulture professionals looking to develop their career, and those entering the profession. See www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk/careers.

At www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk/events, the fully searchable list covers the next 12 months.

Meanwhile, a wealth of essential information has been compiled into an easy-to-use resources section. Find the latest plant focus, pest and diseases factsheets, product information and our state of the industry reports at www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk/resources.

Finally, many issues are of interest to the whole industry, such as climate change and the new EU proposals for pesticide reform. Our "big issues" section combines the latest news, features and opinions. See www.HorticultureWeek.co.uk/bigissues.

The new sections are free to use - we only ask you to register.

- For details, email christina. taylor@haymarket.com or call 020 8267 4679.


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