Latest Horticulture News

6 July 2020

Looking at challenges UK agriculture is facing and how the industry may respond in the coming months and years

1 July 2020

Coronavirus is shaping new consumer behaviour

15 June 2020

Is the horticulture industry heading towards a reliance on vertical farming (VF) facilities growing crops in soilless substrates, using systems such as hydroponics, aquaponics and aeroponics.

12 June 2020

Edible horticulture gathers the evidence needed to help build a picture of the industry’s skills and training needs.

9 June 2020

East of Scotland Growers (ESG) has joined AHDB’s Farm Excellence programme as the new Strategic Centre for field vegetable crops - brassicas, in Scotland.

28 May 2020

Programme helps improve community spirit, business performance and inspires an openness to change

26 May 2020

Economic forecasts regarding the size and shape of the recession in the UK, triggered by Covid-19 vary, but all agree it will be the biggest we have seen since the 1940’s.

22 May 2020

Consumers have returned to comforting food staples they know and love, including meat and dairy, during the coronavirus crisis as they cook more home meals.

22 May 2020

How has the current climate affected consumer views on farming?

21 May 2020

Useful advice to help livestock farmers, deal with, or plan for, water supply disruption.

20 May 2020

MI Director Phil Bicknell says the UK's recent challenges could hint at the long-term impact of future policies, such as the Agriculture Bill and trade discussions.

19 May 2020

Today the UK Most Favoured Nation tariff schedule was announced by government. Named ‘The UK Global Tariff (UKGT) this will replace the EU’s Common External Tariff on 1 January 2021 at the end of the Transition Period.

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