Horticulture Week Podcast celebrates 100 podcasts!

The Horticulture Week Podcast was born in the depths of the first Covid-19 lockdown in a bid to harness the burgeoning audio format to communicate with horticulturists at a time when garden centres were closed, and the public was embracing gardening, using green space and appreciating nature as never before.

The leading horticulture industry podcast has (at the time of publishing) produced 117 podcasts with an unrivalled selection of well-known industry leaders but also lesser known, but equally fascinating figures from across the sector, all expertly interviewed by HortWeek's Rachael Forsyth and Matthew Appleby.

Highlights include conversations with Peter Moore, Tony Juniper, Adrian Bloom, Tim O'Hare, Chris Collins, Peter Donegan, Kate Sheldon, Bunny Guinness, Joe Richomme, Alan Down, Richard McKenna, Boyd Douglas-Davies and James Barnes.

You can browse the whole library of Horticulture Week podcasts HERE - or try one of the top ten below.

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1 - Fargro's Richard Hopkins on sustainability, crop protection, energy and inflation for UK growers

2 - Bunny Guinness on keeping peat, sexism in garden design and how slugs are not gardeners' friends

3 - Wonderful woodchip, agroforestry and peat turned over with the Soil Association's Ben Raskin

4 - The many and varied benefits of wildflowers and soilless turf with Wildflower Turf

5 - The battle against weeds - Amenity Forum's Peter Corbett on how it should be fought

6 - The good of sustainable garden design (and why artificial grass should be banned), with SGD chair Lynne Marcus

7 - 'The biodiversity crisis is in some ways even more urgent than the climate' - Natural England chair Tony Juniper on how nature has the answers

8 - Growing and selling cut flowers in the post-lockdown period with Flowers from the Farm

9 - The benefits of LED lighting for growers with Signify's Nathanael Dannenberg

10 - The horticulture skills shortage and how Future Gardeners can help tackle it - with Louise Mansfield

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