Product Market Reports
Market reports offer an in-depth view of product types for specific industry sectors such as fertilisers, sprayers and polytunnels to identify trends and emerging opportunities as well as potential threats in the market.
Construction industry forecasts show that continued lack of clarity over Brexit is causing contraction in growth.
With new engine regulations taking effect next month, Sally Drury looks at buying options and tests latest models.
Manufacturers are improving battery and petrol models, with sales on the rise year on year, writes Sally Drury.
Better control, efficiency and productivity are among the benefits offered by the latest products, Gavin McEwan discovers.
Environmental factors are key for growers choosing the latest pots, growing media, fertilisers and labels, writes Sally Drury.
Manufacturers are working to provide solutions to many challenges. Sally Drury looks at their newest models.
The message that health, the environment and business all benefit from trees is finally getting through, but are nurseries seeing an upturn? Sally Drury reports.
Young trees face a tough challenge to get established. Sally Drury looks at some of the best products available to help ensure successful planting projects.
Finding more jobs for these machines on top of autumn clearance will mean better value from maintenance spending, Sally Drury explains.
The Razorback offers a big step up in hedgerow management, Sally Drury explains.
The environment, public and operator all benefit from the increasing prevalence of battery trimmers, writes Sally Drury.
New products are still coming through despite challenging regulations. Gavin McEwan reports on what's new for growers of edible crops.
With labour increasingly difficult to source and getting ever more expensive, Sally Drury explores how the latest machines can help large and small nurseries.
Design, images, information and flexibility are all factors but the materials used to produce labels are increasingly important for customers, writes Sally Drury.
Cost factors, ventilation benefits and the ability to fit new advanced films are some of the reasons behind the popularity of these structures, says Sally Drury.
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Ryde Farm Surrey
Paid Gardening Internship, London
Private Family Office London (Greater)
Lecturer in Horticulture
Capel Manor College London (Greater)
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Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh Benmore Botanic Garden