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Increased Speed Boosts AngelaWeb Programme
ICL’s award-winning precision nutrition programme AngelaWeb has been updated and is now faster and more user-friendly than before, while also featuring recommendations for the new generation Osmocote 5.
“At a time when growers are looking to optimise crop performance, while improving labour and nutrient efficiency, precision nutrient is an attractive proposition,&rdq...Read more...
Controlled Environment Innovation
Driving productivity and demonstrating value for growers engaged with controlled environment agriculture (CEA) is of primary focus for U.K. Government agri-tech centre, CHAP.
With controlled environments such as greenhouses and vertical farming units growing in popularity, it’s becoming ever important to demonstrate the wide-ranging benefits of such systems.
From ma...Read more...
Fresh New Brand for B.A.L.I.
The British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) has unveiled its new look ahead of its 50th year in business in 2022, marking the start of a new chapter in the Trade Association’s prestigious history.
Spearheading the brand is the Association’s fresh, contemporary new identity, boldly updated for 2021 while celebrating its heritage.Read more...
Plant Supply Restores World Heritage Site!
100-year-old commercial nursery, Johnsons of Whixley has supplied thousands of plants to help restore the grounds of the historic Studley Royal water garden to their former glory.
The estate is just 18 miles from Johnsons’ HQ in North Yorkshire and is one of Europe’s finest examples of an 18th-century garden.
Read the full story on our La...Read more...
'Frosty' Spring Fails to Halt Sales to UK!
The severe frost that recently hit Italy caused damage to many plants in the Tuscany Region and in Pistoia in particular. These included those in blossom, new vegetations and fruit trees.
Despite this spring time shock, Tuscany Growers are delighted to report on increased sales and delivery to the U.K. There is strong demand for Bamboo (phyllostachis), Rhyncopspermum (be...Read more...
Blended Format for GreenTech Amsterdam
GreenTech Live & Online will be organised as an alternative event in blended format from 28 - 30 September 2021.
Organiser RAI Amsterdam expects the event will be more feasible after the summer period due to the openness to travel and the vaccination programmes. The aim is to organise a high-quality blended event which makes it possible to connect with the Global Horticulture com...Read more...
Ground-Breaking Plant Health Planner
To help growers plan ahead and optimise plant health on nurseries year-round, ICL has developed a ground-breaking new Plant Health Planner.
“A digital web-based tool, it is designed to both simplify and optimise plant health programmes on UK nurseries,” explains ICL Technical Area Sales Manager, Sam Rivers. “In line with the Sustainable Use Directive, it will help gr...Read more...
Shining a New Light on LED
How can you optimise the predictability of your crop's growth? Which lighting can really help you improve crop quality? How do you find the right balance between yield increase and energy saving?
These and many other questions were answered during the Signify Horticulture Roadshow. Earlier this week, breeding company Evanthia, U...Read more...
Varb and GrootGroenPlus Collaberation
The partnership between Varb and the trade fair GrootGroenPlus, both platforms for the outdoor green sector, has been a fruitful one for many years.
Every year, the partnership improves and expands, with new options and new layers. This includes showing the current offer in the participant profiles, a general search engine, an overview of the top 5 adjusted profiles and multili...Read more...
Host of Benefits for Growers
A new improved 100% biodegradable packaging for Biobest’s Macrolophus-System is delivering a host of benefits for growers. This includes enhanced establishment and performance of this versatile predator.
Biobest has redesigned the packaging for its popular Macrolophus-System, which is widely deployed against a number of pests such as whitefly and Tuta absoluta. The p...Read more...