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Horticulture Weekly
Horticulture Week Online Edition 24th April 2019
 

Welcome to this week's pick by HW's editors of the biggest industry developments, plus exclusive analysis and links to actionable data. Not logged in? Sign in here.

 
Latest Industry Analysis
 
How does Bristol plan to meet its target to double the city's tree canopy cover?
How does Bristol plan to meet its target to double the city's tree canopy cover?
 
 
Why grow-your-own is set for a bumper year in 2019
Why grow-your-own is set for a bumper year in 2019
 
 
What impact will Dobbies' purchase of  31 Wyevale outlets have on the garden centre industry?
What impact will Dobbies' purchase of 31 Wyevale outlets have on the garden centre industry?
 
 
What can be learned from New York's urban farming scene?
What can be learned from New York's urban farming scene?
 
The week in horticulture
 
Easter has record breaking potential say garden centres
 
 
Low winter rainfall could lead to watering restrictions if dry conditions continue
 
 
Project lead - MUGAs, play areas and sports pitches at £20m school development in Leeds
 
 
Grow-your-own "goes through the stratosphere" ahead of hot Easter
 
 
Shrubs in short supply across Europe as demand increases
 
 
London's green roof area reaches 1.5 million square metres
 
 
Contractors needed for £704,000 grass-cutting contract in north Wales
 
 
Homebase sees reduction in losses as first Hilco-owned results announced
 
 
Dobbies' horticulture director looks to work with suppliers to optimise new sales periods
 
 
Project lead - 4.7ha of open space planned at £160m housing redevelopment
 
 
Biosecurity proposals pose challenge for Chelsea show garden creators
 
 
New square, open spaces, SuDS and riverside walk for £180m North Street Quarter
 
 
Council blames "cock-up" rather than conspiracy for street trees felling
 
 
Garden designer takes head of horticulture role at Eden Project
 
 
South London Botanical Institute wins £86,500 National Lottery grant
 
Amenity Product Special
 
What's new in amenity sector weed control?
What's new in amenity sector weed control?
The latest training, new products and hardware can help amenity managers with weed control, says Sally Drury.
 
Business planning
 
Business planning - Making the most of business data
Business planning - Making the most of business data
The masses of businesses data now available can guide decision-making and help to reduce costs, says Neville Stein.
 
Horticulture Week Event
 
Get set for this summer's Parks & Gardens Live 2019
Get set for this summer's Parks & Gardens Live 2019
Product showcase, kit demos, expert workshops and careers advice all on the schedule.

More on Parks & Gardens Live

 
HW's Tenders Tracker Service
 
Tender - Landscape Contracting Services
 
 
Tender - Play Area Services
 
 
Tender - Landscape Maintenance Services

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Comment
 
Opinion... Experience should not be undervalued St Peter's Church in Martley, Worcestershire, was packed to standing room only for the memorial service and celebration of Mike Dunnett's life. Opinion... Experience should not be undervalued
 
TOP UK FRUIT PRODUCERS 2019

See our exclusive ranking of UK Fruit Producers by annual turnover.
Find out who's on the list here


 
EAMU EXPIRY ALERT
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: July 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of July 2019. EAMU Expiry Alert: July 2019
 
Plant health
 
EAMU update: Cleancrop Covert for fennel
 
 
EAMU update: Cleancrop Covert for brassica crops
 
 
EAMU update: Gamit 36 CS for swede
 
 
EAMU update: Steward for various leafy salad crops
 
 
EAMU update: Coragen for protected tomato crops
More here
 
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.


 
HW's EXCLUSIVE RESEARCH REPORTS

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ADVERT: PARKS & GARDENS LIVE 2019

Parks & Gardens Live is a free-to-attend event, curated by Sally Drury for professionals working in garden attractions, parks and private estates. It is the only dedicated showcase for the sector featuring: kit demos, product tours, expert seminars and more.  

To exhibit please call Sanjana Pillai on 0208 267 4958 and quote P&G10 for 10% off. 


 
 

 
 
 

 
Latest Jobs
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Gardener / Grounds Person
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CONTACT US

Kate Lowe | Editor
Phone 020 8267 4974 | kate.lowe@haymarket.com

Sanjana Pillai | Advertising Sales
Phone 020 8267 4958 |
sanjana.pillai@haymarket.com

Grace Byrne | Horticulture Jobs
Phone 020 8267 4082 | grace.byrne@haymarket.com
 
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