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Autumn/Winter 2021

Catch me if you can

Eugenia Fezza,Teagasc Walsh Scholar, discusses methods for improving the monitoring and control of black vine weevil in crops   VINE WEEVIL: A PERSISTENT HORTICULTURAL PEST The black...

The hole in the bog

Noeleen Smyth addresses the urgent need to take action on Ireland's lost bog-lands   One of our favorite family tunes is the ‘Rattlin Bog’. The kids...

Autumn/Winter 2021 – Horticulture News

BORD BIA BLOOM RETURNS TO PHOENIX PARK IN 2022 Bord Bia has announced that Bord Bia Bloom, Ireland’s largest gardening and lifestyle festival, will take...

All the latest news from Bord Bia

NATIONAL POTATO DAY 2021   Friday 1st October marked Bord Bia’s National Potato Day, an annual celebration of the potato and its contribution to the Irish...

All the latest news from Teagasc

CHERRY LAUREL - PRUNUS LAUROCERASUS - PEST & DISEASE GROWER GUIDE A grower guide outlining the main pest and disease issues on Prunus laurocerasus is now...

Update on Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture

College Principal John Mulhern looks ahead to another exciting academic year and fascinating Science Week   This year has seen an enthusiastic start to our courses,...

A New Leaf

With his departure from Bord Bia imminent, Gary Graham talks with Barry Lupton about a career dedicated to the promotion of horticulture and what...

The Call Of The Wild

Féidhlim Harty tracks the principle of succession in a wild garden.   We bought our house in 2008, just as the housing bubble was at its...

GLEE 2021 – How was it for you?

Andy Campbell makes a welcome return to the UK's leading garden and outdoor living trade show, GLEE Birmingham.   After a two-year hiatus, the return of...

Maynooth Green Campus: A school for eco-citizenship

Dr. Joe Larragy, Founder Chairperson of Maynooth Green Campus, details the hard work of staff and students that led to their many successful initiatives   As...


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