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Horticulture Weekly
Ornamentals News 17th February 2019
 

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Plant Health
 
How will impatiens make a mark in 2019?
How will impatiens make a mark in 2019?
 
 
What impact are Brexit and plant health having on garden centre plant buying this season?
What impact are Brexit and plant health having on garden centre plant buying this season?
 
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Clematis 'Meghan' to be launched at RHS Chelsea Flower Show Thorncroft Clematis is launching a clematis named after Duchess of Sussex Meghan Markle at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019. Clematis 'Meghan' to be launched at RHS Chelsea Flower Show
 
 
David Austin Roses increases turnover by 7% The Shropshire-based rose grower upped sales to £22m in the year to 31 July 2018. David Austin Roses increases turnover by 7%
 
 
Latest pests and diseases added to the Plant Health Risk Register A new tree pest and new tree disease is among recent additions to the Plant Health Risk Register. Latest pests and diseases added to the Plant Health Risk Register
 
 
No deal Brexit advice: travel changes for protected animals and plants The Government will expand the number of points of entry designated to receive CITES-listed products, such as orchids, musical instruments and some fashion accessories ion the event of a no deal Brexit. No deal Brexit advice: travel changes for protected animals and plants
 
 
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Bransford Webbs and Barnsfold are Squire's Garden Centres nursery suppliers of the year Squire's Garden Centres held its annual plant suppliers show in West Horsley on 7 February 2019 and presented Supplier Of The Year awards - Best Bedding Plant Supplier to Barnsfold Nurseries for the fourth year in a row. Bransford Webbs and Barnsfold are Squire's Garden Centres nursery suppliers of the year
 
 
Hardy Cottage Garden Plants launches three perennials for Chelsea Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants is to launch three new long flowering perennials at RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2019- Digitalis 'Firebird', Salvia 'Amethyst Lips' and Dianthus 'Cherry Burst. Hardy Cottage Garden Plants launches three perennials for Chelsea
 
 
Liddell-Grainger believes Brexit deal will be done All-Party Parliamentary Gardening and Horticulture Group chairman Ian Liddell-Grainger MP says he hopes the Prime Minister will iron out a Brexit deal on 14 February. Liddell-Grainger believes Brexit deal will be done
 
 
Syngenta Flowers and Floranova combine wholesale activities Syngenta Flowers has, as of February 1, combined the wholesale activities of Syngenta Flowers and Floranova across Europe. Syngenta Flowers and Floranova combine wholesale activities
 
 
Direct oak imports could be banned says tree nursery owner Majestic Trees owner Steve McCurdy says he is not buying deciduous oaks this year because of oak processionary moth fears - and that direct imports, which could spread the pest nationwide, could be banned. Direct oak imports could be banned says tree nursery owner
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Plant Health
 
EAMU Expiry alert: June 2019 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of June 2019. EAMU Expiry alert: June 2019
 
 
Damping-off in ornamental crops How does damping-off kill seedlings and what steps can growers take to keep it off the nursery? Damping-off in ornamental crops
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