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Horticulture Week Online Edition 20th August 2019
 

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Latest Industry Analysis
 
How Birmingham is aiming to create a better future for parks by changing perceptions
How Birmingham is aiming to create a better future for parks by changing perceptions
 
 
Why landscape businesses need to take care over terminology used to sell their services
Why landscape businesses need to take care over terminology used to sell their services
 
 
What role can fresh produce play in greener, healthier farm policy?
What role can fresh produce play in greener, healthier farm policy?
More analysis
 
The week in horticulture
 
Work due to start on LDA Design's Union Terrace Gardens refresh
 
 
Wyevale Garden Centres sells John Browns to Hillier and closes Thatcham
 
 
Developer found guilty over felling of ancient redwood tree
 
 
Gardman Crest to launch new products and refreshed ranges at Glee
 
 
Regeneration underway of Victoria Park, Ashford following £3m Lottery grant win
 
 
Study shows extent of austerity cuts to neighbourhood services including parks
 
 
DEFRA allocated 3% of no-deal Brexit funding
 
 
£5,550 penalty for TPO violation "sends out a clear message" says council
 
 
Up to four new industrial-scale vertical farms to be built in UK in €10m deal
 
 
Hunt for companies to build new play park in Powys
 
 
Research reveals how much people are willing to pay for gardens
 
 
Project lead: Landscaping, play areas and planting at Pembrokeshire housing project
 
 
Petunia GlacierSky voted favourite at Ball Colegrave new plants summer showcase
 
 
Construction workload falls in Q2 but volume to-date still up on 2018
 
PREVIEW: Four Oaks Trade Show 2019
 
Which new plants will take the spotlight at Four Oaks Trade show 2019?
Which new plants will take the spotlight at Four Oaks Trade show 2019?
Matthew Appleby looks at some of the new plants from the UK and overseas that will be introduced at the Four Oaks Trade Show.
 
 
What are the latest products set to make a splash at Four Oaks 2019?
What are the latest products set to make a splash at Four Oaks 2019?
Products making their debuts will range across pest and disease controls, composts and fertilisers, tunnels, grow lights and much more, says Sally Drury.
 
Landscape Project Leads Service
 
Project lead: Planting and hard landscaping to change perception of former prison development site
 
 
Project lead - planting, green wall, turfing and SuDS at student scheme
 
 
Project lead - garden area and hard and soft landscaping needed at Peterborough retail park
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Tender - Sports Pitch Renovation Services
 
 
Tender - Play Area Services
 
 
Tender - Arboriculture Services
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Plant focus
 
Deutzia
Deutzia
These versatile flowering shrubs offer great value and are easy to grow, notes Miranda Kimberley.
 
Plant health
 
Alert: leaf miner on leek crops Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Alert: leaf miner on leek crops
 
 
Alert: fusarium on onion Read on for the latest Pest & Disease Tracker Alert. Alert: fusarium on onion
 
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of November 2019. EAMU Expiry Alert: November 2019
 
 
Interception: Oak processionary moth on oak imports Read on for the latest pest and disease interception.
 
 
What should tree managers do about the national spread of OPM? What should tree managers do about the national spread of OPM?
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