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Horticulture Weekly
Horticulture Week Online Edition 17th October 2019
 

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Latest Industry Analysis
 
How Longacres has transformed the former Wyevale centre in Chelmsford
How Longacres has transformed the former Wyevale centre in Chelmsford
 
 
How Burncoose Nurseries is growing online plant sales
How Burncoose Nurseries is growing online plant sales
 
 
How contracts, terms and conditions can save you money
How contracts, terms and conditions can save you money
 
 
What can be learned from recent investments in UK fresh produce from outside the sector?
What can be learned from recent investments in UK fresh produce from outside the sector?
More analysis
 
The week in horticulture
 
Label firm takes on plant passporting challenge
 
 
Trading "in line with expectations" at Newey
 
 
Benmore Botanic Garden's giant redwoods under threat
 
 
Northumberland Estates looks to re-open Wyevale Syon Park as garden centre
 
 
Grounds Care Group buys Japanese Knotweed Management
 
 
Michael Walker leaves Trentham after 15 years
 
 
Defra reports UK horticulture crop area reduction
 
 
Barcham Trees increases recycling and cuts peat use
 
 
UK "risks being flooded" with cheap produce imports as no-deal looms, says NFU
 
 
Ambitious expansion under way for low-cost vertical growing technique
 
 
Garden tourism report ideas welcomed by Government, but garden city idea rejected
 
 
Question mark over consumer spending as no-deal Brexit possibility nears
 
 
Three-year, six-figure arb contract available as council puts tree work out to tender
 
 
RHS forms houseplant advisory group
 
 
"Ethical" Christmas tree grotto presents feature as garden centres gear up for festive season
 
 
Gavin Jones installs Macgregor Smith landscape design at Teesside retail park
 
 
New report reveals that prescribing nature is value for money
 
Horticulture Week Business Awards 2020
 
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Plant focus
 
Cryptomeria
Cryptomeria
These evergreen architectural plants provide feathery foliage and seasonal colour, writes Miranda Kimberley.
 
PREVIEW: IoG Saltex 2019
 
What can visitors look forward to at this year’s action-packed Saltex?
What can visitors look forward to at this year’s action-packed Saltex?
 
Landscape Project Leads Service
 
Project lead: wildlife friendly and native planting for Foul Sewage Pumping Station Wales
 
 
Project lead: landscaping and play areas for housing scheme in Newcastle-upon-Tyne
 
 
Project lead: residential scheme requiring landscaping and Green SUDs in Essex
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HW's Tenders Tracker Service
 
Tender - Grounds Maintenance Services
 
 
Tender - Landscape Contracting Services
 
 
Tender - Play Area Contracting Services
 
 
Tender - Arboricultural Services
 
 
Tender - Public Realm and Landscape Contracting Services
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EXCLUSIVE HW MARKET INTELLIGENCE
 
REVEALED: Horticulture Week's Top 150 Garden Centres 2019
REVEALED: Horticulture Week's Top 150 Garden Centres 2019

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HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

CLICK HERE to view a sortable and regularly updated table of key Brexit-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by the UK Government, devolved administrations and the European Commission, relevant to horticulture.


 
Plant health
 
1 October - Biocontrol and thrips Biocontrol Gap-up protected crops where applications are still being made — and no clean-up sprays have been applied — to help any remaining predators move through crops effectively. 1 October - Biocontrol and thrips
 
 
EAMU update: Himalaya XL for ornamentals and soft fruit crops
 
 
EAMU update: Perseus for root vegetable crops
 
 
EAMU update: Flipper for tree nuts, stone fruit and wine grapes
 
 
EAMU update: Flipper for berry crops
 
 
Brassica Alert: high risk of disease development Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Brassica Alert: high risk of disease development
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