Just one week left to enter the Grower of the Year Awards 2013

Grower businesses and professionals working in the production horticulture sector are being urged to make their final preparations for entering the Grower of the Year Awards 2013 before the entry deadline passes this Friday - 23 November. .

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Run by Horticulture Week in association with event sponsors the NFU and Asda, the prestigious Grower of the Year Awards 2013 will highlight the achievements of businesses and professionals from across the sector over the past 18 months.

Winners will be announced at a glittering awards event at the Lancaster London Hotel to be held on 20th March.

To enter, either click here where you can enter online or download a copy of the entry kit to submit by post.

Alternatively, email awards manager Mel Sawbridge at melanie.sawbridge@haymarket.com for a hard copy of the entry kit or call 020 8267 4161.

The deadline for entries is Friday 23rd November.

The categories

Edibles

  • Best New Variety
  • Vegetable Grower of the Year
  • Top Fruit Grower of the Year
  • Salads Grower of the Year
  • Soft Fruit Grower of the Year
  • Organic Grower of the Year

Grower of the Year Edibles (This category cannot be entered. Chosen from all edible category winners)

Ornamentals

  • Best New Variety - Bedding Plants
  • Best New Variety - Hardy Nursery Stock
  • Best New Variety - Herbaceous Perennials
  • Nursery Stock Grower of the Year
  • BPOA Protected Ornamentals Grower of the Year
  • Nursery Stock Grower of the Year

Grower of the Year Ornamentals (This category cannot be entered. Chosen from all ornamentals category winners)

Overall categories

  • Consumer Marketing Campaign of the Year
  • Trade Marketing Campaign of the Year
  • Business Innovation of the Year
  • New Professional Product or Service of the Year
  • Support Professional of the Year
  • Young Grower of the Year
  • Lifetime Achievement Award

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