Contents tagged with horticulture

8 May 2019

The Environment Agency has downgraded irrigation prospects for the 2019 season what can growers do now?

20 March 2019

Carol is a raspberry and rhubarb grower in Yorkshire. She employs two full time staff and her business is reliant on casual labour.

8 March 2019

British Tomato Growers Association Technical Officer, Philip Morley, reveals the steps he and the tomato industry are taking in the event of a ‘no-deal’ Brexit

8 March 2019

Martin Emmett, a director of The Farplants Group, a cooperative of five ornamental businesses with a turn-over of around £20m, explains the measures they are taking to prepare for potential changes to the supply chain with a ‘no-deal’ Brexit.

20 February 2019

Labour efficiency workshop aiming to influence, inspire and improve the performance of your horticultural business.

17 January 2019

Fruit Logistica takes place in Berlin from 6-8 February. Over the course of the event British horticulture and potato companies will seek to build new relationships with numerous international visitors.

11 October 2018

Salad grower Simon Gardner of G’s on low till cover crops for soil health

11 July 2019

From 2 April 2018 all farmers in England will need to meet new government rules to protect water quality.

23 May 2019

This soil management guide is a practical manual for growers and agronomists with the primary focus on soil assessment and management in horticultural cropping systems.

10 September 2018

Industry research and innovation on alternatives to using peat in commercial horticulture will be showcased at a series of AHDB events this autumn.

4 September 2018

New outbreaks of lettuce Fusarium wilt have been confirmed at sites in Lancashire and Ireland, with a further case identified in Cambridgeshire this summer.

18 December 2018

Leading developers and influencers in agri-tech are being invited to exhibit at SmartHort 2019, a new conference designed to connect innovators with the horticultural industry.