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Horticulture Weekly
Horticulture Week Online Edition 10th December 2018
 

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Latest Industry Analysis
 
What insight do gardens planned for Chelsea give us into planting trends for 2019?
What insight do gardens planned for Chelsea give us into planting trends for 2019?
 
 
What are business leaders expecting from 2019?
What are business leaders expecting from 2019?
 
 
How involving your staff in the production of a training programme can pay dividends - without breaking the budget
How involving your staff in the production of a training programme can pay dividends - without breaking the budget
 
 
What does Tesco's sustainability drive mean for growers?
What does Tesco's sustainability drive mean for growers?
 
The week in horticulture
 
Environment Secretary Gove sets out proposals for 'greener developments'
 
 
Dobbies sees six consecutive months of year-on-year growth
 
 
Bowles & Wyer scoops BALI Grand Award for installation featuring "stunning" planting schemes in a series of garden rooms
 
 
Wyevale Garden Centres supply chain director set to leave
 
 
Croydon council plans to drop glyphosate use in grounds maintenance
 
 
Mitie Landscapes records strong performance while wet weather hits MJ Abbott profits
 
 
Nurture Landscapes buys Enterprise Plants to double interior contracts
 
 
Government gives £4.85m to research consortium to enhance Xylella response
 
 
NFU to lobby for ornamentals to be added to post-EU Producer Organisations
 
 
Green Cities campaign to launch at Parliament
 
 
Wyevale sells two garden centres as Justin King steps back
 
 
Trees can be better for bees than meadows, study claims
 
TOP 20 GLASSHOUSE SALAD GROWERS 2018

See our exclusive ranking of glasshouse salad growers' performance by turnover, plus analysis, grower profiles, industry insight .  
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Plant health
 
Brassica alert: high risk of leaf disease Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Brassica alert: high risk of leaf disease
 
 
EAMU update: Signum for cabbage
 
 
EAMU Update: Devoid for outdoor horseradish and parsnip
 
 
EAMU update: Nativo 75WG for leek and salad onion
 
 
EAMU update: Makila 500 SC for swede and turnip crops
More here
 
Nursery task checklist
 
1 December - Products & adjuvants Revocations and approval changes Remember that products containing glufosinate-ammonium have an end-sales date of 31 January 2019. Chess WG and other products containing pymetrozine have been issued with a withdrawal notice. Most have an end-sales date of 30 April 2019 and an end-use date of 30 January 2020. 1 December - Products & adjuvants
 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry alert: March 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of March 2019. EAMU Expiry alert: March 2019
 
HORTICULTURE WEEK INTELLIGENCE

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HW's EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH REPORTS

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