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Ornamentals News 24th September 2020
 
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Analysis
 
Horticulture ornamental plants leaders of the future
Horticulture ornamental plants leaders of the future
More industry analysis
 
News roundup
 
WD Smith plans 2021 pansy trials at RHS Hyde Hall and opens Christmas garden centre market five weeks early WD Smith plans 2021 pansy trials at RHS Hyde Hall and opens Christmas garden centre market five weeks early
 
 
Lack of shows leaves nurseries with unsold plants Lack of shows leaves nurseries with unsold plants
 
 
RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021 footprint near replicates 2020 plan RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2021 footprint near replicates 2020 plan
 
 
Plant Health Week hears of bacterial plant diseases projects Plant Health Week hears of bacterial plant diseases projects
 
 
Resilience and positivity in the face of adversity - key take aways from AIPH's ‘Recovery from Crisis – the future for ornamentals’ Resilience and positivity in the face of adversity - key take aways from AIPH's ‘Recovery from Crisis – the future for ornamentals’
 
 
5 questions answered: chief plant health officer Nicola Spence 5 questions answered: chief plant health officer Nicola Spence
 
 
Taylors Bulbs wins Glee award with growing kit as some autumn lines start to sell out Taylors Bulbs wins Glee award with growing kit as some autumn lines start to sell out
 
 
Poinsettia market looking strong as nurseries bounce back and Stars for Europe Marketing Initiative launches Poinsettia market looking strong as nurseries bounce back and Stars for Europe Marketing Initiative launches
 
 
Flower Council Holland identifies four 2021 ornamentals trends Flower Council Holland identifies four 2021 ornamentals trends
 
 
AHDB ballot planned as levy body draft strategy near release AHDB ballot planned as levy body draft strategy near release
 
 
German trade shows amalgamate and move back to April 2021 German trade shows amalgamate and move back to April 2021
 
 
Dutch plants and flowers exports set to grow in 2020 Dutch plants and flowers exports set to grow in 2020
 
 
Care homes ban plants and flowers as 'too difficult to clean' during coronavirus crisis Care homes ban plants and flowers as 'too difficult to clean' during coronavirus crisis
 
 
Defra bans metaldehyde - again Defra bans metaldehyde - again
 
 
Johnsons of Whixley team up with LDC and Studio Loci to create a private sanctuary for family home Johnsons of Whixley team up with LDC and Studio Loci to create a private sanctuary for family home
 
 
YouGarden reaches £30m sales and sees bright future for mail order gardening after 2020's challenges YouGarden reaches £30m sales and sees bright future for mail order gardening after 2020's challenges
 
 
Grants up to €15,000 for research initiatives available from Bayer Grants up to €15,000 for research initiatives available from Bayer
 
 
Toby Buckland to plant Pilgrim 400 apple to mark Mayflower anniversary Toby Buckland to plant Pilgrim 400 apple to mark Mayflower anniversary
 
 
Scientists launch principles to preserve Scots plant health Scientists launch principles to preserve Scots plant health
 
 
Plant Heritage announce threatened plant of the year Plant Heritage announce threatened plant of the year
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Spirit of Four Oaks
 
Fargro Webinar: IPM - Back to Basics Webinar, Wednesday 23rd September Join us as we host our jam-packed virtual IPM Day 2020. The day will include a series of short punchy presentations across a range of crop protection topics led by leading industry experts, and earn 3 BASIS points. Presented by Fargro Fargro Webinar: IPM - Back to Basics Webinar, Wednesday 23rd September
 
Spirit of Four Oaks Podcast: Fargro MD Richard Hopkins in interview with Horticulture Week editor Matthew Appleby Presented by Fargro Spirit of Four Oaks Podcast: Fargro MD Richard Hopkins in interview with Horticulture Week editor Matthew Appleby
 
Taegro - A microorganism-based fungicide for the control of various foliar diseases in a range of crops Presented by Fargro Taegro - A microorganism-based fungicide for the control of various foliar diseases in a range of crops
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HW's exclusive Top UK 100 Ornamentals Nurseries Report and Ranking reveals how the sector has fared over a turbulent twelve months
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