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Minister launches Teagasc Kildalton 50th anniversary open day

Kildalton College in South Kilkenny will hold a major open day on Saturday, 25th of June this year. Today, Wednesday 11 May, Martin Heydon...

HSA launches health and safety course for seasonal workers in horticulture

This online course is suitable for seasonal workers, students, and anybody working in horticulture on a part-time or full-time basis. It is also a...

WIT horticulture students win bursary to study in San Francisco and South of France

The Una McDermott Travel Bursary funds educational and skills-development horticulture-related trips outside of Ireland. Waterford Institute of Technology’s (WIT) School of Science and Computing is...

CAFRE announce Virtual Open Day events

The College of Agriculture Food and Rural Enterprise (CAFRE) is the only College in the island of Ireland that offers agri-food courses from Certificates...

Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture open day

On 10 March 2022, Teagasc will hold an open day for for prospective applicants to its course offerings at the College of Amenity Horticulture...

Minister announces €3 million investment for Teagasc Ballyhaise College

Funding of €3 million has been announced to build new accommodation at the Teagasc Ballyhaise Agricultural College in County Cavan. Plans for the new...

Teagasc webinar: Integrated pest control of mites in protected ornamental horticulture

Dónall Flanagan, Teagasc Nursery Stock Specialised Advisor, will host a webinar on Monday, 21st February at 3pm focusing on Integrated Pest Management. David Davidson, Technical Consultant with Koppert,...

New appointment at UCD Horticulture

UCD School of Agriculture and Food Science has announced the appointment of Dr. Tony Twamley, who will teach in Dublin and China. Having spent over...

CAFRE to host Growing a Cut Flower Business webinar

CAFRE are delivering an online webinar on Wednesday 23rd February at 6:30pm to address the topical issues for cut flower growers. If you are...

Funding boosts fresh opportunities for ex-military in food supply chain

Ex-forces and career changers are being targeted in a bold new programme to skill up the fresh produce sector. Kickstarted by a £450,000 Government grant for...