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Ornamentals News 8th July 2020
 
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Analysis
 
20 winners and 10 strugglers in horticulture this week
20 winners and 10 strugglers in horticulture this week
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News roundup
 
Baginton Nurseries, home of the Pot and Bedding Plant Centre, to close Baginton Nurseries, home of the Pot and Bedding Plant Centre, to close
 
 
Syngenta survey finds coronavirus crisis has increased climate change worries Syngenta survey finds coronavirus crisis has increased climate change worries
 
 
WD Smith sees uncertain times ahead for bedding plant growers WD Smith sees uncertain times ahead for bedding plant growers
 
 
Bedding plant industry body chairman speaks about seasonal plant grower struggle Bedding plant industry body chairman speaks about seasonal plant grower struggle
 
 
Kerley summer trials to run from July 20-August 28 Kerley summer trials to run from July 20-August 28
 
 
Rose of the year 2021 announced Rose of the year 2021 announced
 
 
Sustainability metrics key to improving farm-level productivity, says APPG chair Sustainability metrics key to improving farm-level productivity, says APPG chair
 
 
Worst of coronavirus crisis over, says European Nurserystock Association Worst of coronavirus crisis over, says European Nurserystock Association
 
 
Defra to review grower bail out claim - again Defra to review grower bail out claim - again
 
 
Whartons Roses trials continue as it expects further strong demand in 2021 Whartons Roses trials continue as it expects further strong demand in 2021
 
 
RHS launches virtual Tatton Park Flower Show - without young designer competition RHS launches virtual Tatton Park Flower Show - without young designer competition
 
 
Hibiscus changes names Hibiscus changes names
 
 
Desch develops concept for nursery Desch develops concept for nursery
 
 
Name a new rose to celebrate diversity Name a new rose to celebrate diversity
 
 
Dümmen Orange launches INTRINSA brand Dümmen Orange launches INTRINSA brand
 
 
Capel Manor College attracts 260 potential land-based students to first virtual open day Capel Manor College attracts 260 potential land-based students to first virtual open day
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Coronavirus crisis
 
What is the latest guidance that first aiders working in horticulture should be following? What is the latest guidance that first aiders working in horticulture should be following?
 
 
Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE Our live table includes details of key Covid-19-related policy, legislation and guidance documents published by UK Government departments, non-departmental public bodies, and professional horticultural bodies. Covid-19 Guidance Tracker: LIVE TABLE
 
 
HORTICULTURE EVENTS WATCH Track cancellations and postponements of horticulture industry events due to coronavirus. HORTICULTURE EVENTS WATCH
 
Plant Health
 
1 July - Aphids, bacterial infections and camellias 1 July - Aphids, bacterial infections and camellias
 
 
EAMU Expiry Alert: August/September 2020 EAMU authorisations that are due to expire by the end of August and September 2020. EAMU Expiry Alert: August/September 2020
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Exclusive HW Industry Data
 
HW's exclusive Top UK 100 Ornamentals Nurseries Report and Ranking reveals how the sector has fared over a turbulent twelve months
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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