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Upgrade your Horticulture Qualification with Waterford Institute of Technology and Teagasc from September 2020

Over the last number of years more and more job descriptions are specifying Level 7 or 8 qualification requirement for horticulturalists. This can be...
POWDERY MILDEW IS COMMONLY SEEN ON LUPINS AND MANY OTHER CROPS.

Managing foliage disease post Chlorothalonil – Teagasc

Irish weather and protected environments are highly favourable for foliar diseases of fruit, vegetable and ornamental crops. The financial impacts of a loss of...
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Ornamental industry – another turbulent season to navigate – Teagasc

The recent travel restrictions of COVID 19 greatly limited our activities but did not limit the desire to maintain quality of life. For this...
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GrootGroenPlus – Connection Varb active in second half of August

This year, the partnership between Varb and GrootGroenPlus will be continued. Thanks to the connection with this platform, which will become active again in...
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IPM ESSEN gains great popularity for 2021

"Personal contact cannot be replaced by digital communication", the advisory board of IPM ESSEN agreed in its first meeting after the Corona break. The...
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GrootGroenPlus – Free quadrilingual GGP app for 2020

The quadrilingual GrootGroenPlus app will be activated once again for the 30th edition, which will take place from 30 September - 2 October. The...
Take the Pledge! CountryLife wants the Irish public to take the Operation PolliNation pledge, help gardeners make their plots pollinator-friendly environments and show a little love for our native Irish bees. Pictured at the campaign launch were Naoise Coogan, her 12 year-old daughter, Siofra Coogan, and her mother, Therese O'Donovan. Picture: Patrick Browne

CountryLife is buzzing as public urged to take the Operation PolliNation Pledge

ONE of Ireland’s largest garden centre networks is calling on enthusiasts of all ages and all skill levels to take the Operation PolliNation pledge...
Photo Dylan Vaughan Pat FitzGerald, Founder and CEO at Beotanics, pictured at Beotanics. The Kilkenny-based firm is growing international reputation for innovation in niche food crop production across the world and is investing €1 million in a new Research & Development Centre which includes a plant science laboratory, plant quarantine and R&D greenhouse at its headquarters in Stoneyford, Co Kilkenny.

FitzGerald Nurseries appoints new General Manager

Internationally experienced plant production expert Erick Westerman is FitzGerald Nurseries’ FitzGerald Nurseries new General Manager and his wealth of knowledge and experience in the optimal...
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GrootGroenPlus files preliminary permit application

The outbreak of the new coronavirus has resulted in a lot of uncertainty for international trade fairs, including trade fair GrootGroenPlus. After intensive deliberation...
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Webinar – International Association of Horticultural Producers

Supporting growers coming out of the Covid-19 crisis 30 June 2020 at 16:00 (Central European Summer Time) FloraCulture International (FCI) is pleased to invite ornamentals growers from...