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Editorial Intro – HC Spring 2022

A SYMBOL OF HOPE The language of horticulture is universal. Flowers can be powerful symbols of love, rebirth and resilience. Perhaps no better example could...
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Spring 2022 – HC News

STUDY HORTICULTURE AT UCD Our world faces immense global challenges and two of the greatest are climate change and biodiversity loss, compounded by people migrating...

All the latest news from Bord Bia

LET’S GROW AUTUMN BURST  The final figures for the Let’s Grow autumn burst made for impressive. There were two strands of activity that were created...

All the latest news from Teagasc

BEYOND PEAT The recently published report of The Working Group on the Use of Peat Moss in the Horticultural Industry recommended more research into peat...

Innovations in turf care machinery

One of the most recognisable professionals in the sports turf sector – and editor of TurfPro Magazine – Laurence Gale details the most up-to-date...

Physocarpus Eurotrials results

Dónall Flanagan and Paul Fitters of Teagasc provide an update on the results of the Physocarpus quality trials in Kildalton College and announce the...

Working together to safeguard fresh produce from human pathogens

An update from Teagasc on the international efforts of the Cost HUPLANT Control network of interdisciplinary scientific experts to tackle food-borne disease.   In recent years...

A flourishing forest for all

Aidan Ffrench gives a valuable insight into the planning behind the DLR Trees and Urban Forestry Strategy 2022-2031 - A natural approach to human...

A world of advertising possibilities

Paul Moran is back with another indispensable guide to getting your business recognised by the right audience.   As a business, knowing where to allocate your...

Potatoes: Prepare to be surprised

Lorcan Bourke of Bord Bia provides an update on the EU funded campaign to promote Ireland’s most popular carbohydrate.   Potatoes remain Ireland’s most popular main...

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