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Bayer agrees to pay $10.9bn to settle Roundup claims – RTÉ News

Bayer has agreed to settle thousands of US lawsuits claiming that its widely-used weed killer Roundup caused cancer for as much as $10.9 billion...
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Irish vegetable and fruit report May 2020 – IFA

Following a wet February and early March, the spell of favourable weather in late March/April allowed growers to make good progress with planting. The...
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Birdwatch Ireland response to Programme for Government

BirdWatch Ireland broadly welcomes the publication of the Programme for Government. Upon detailed review of the document, we can confirm that it mentions biodiversity 50...
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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...
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Creed confirms 3,000 registered Farm Partnerships

The Minister for Agriculture, Food & the Marine, Michael Creed T.D. today confirmed that the number of established Registered Farm Partnerships (RFPs) has now...
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ICL completes trilogy of invasive plants webinars

ICL have recently completed a trilogy of online webinars which explored a broad range of invasive species and offered several innovative solutions.  Invasive plants are...
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Industry praises decision to move SALTEX to Spring 2021

The recent announcement that SALTEX will be rescheduling from November 2020 to Spring 2021, has been met with enthusiastic support from both exhibitors and...
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AIPH announces a virtual conference to support ornamentals industry recovery

‘Recovery from Crisis – the future for Ornamentals’ is the title of a major online conference to be organised by the International Association of...
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Work begins on the Dublin Mountains Makeover – Coillte

If you’re visiting Ballyedmonduff forest over the next few weeks, look out for Phase 1 of our forest transformation. Works are beginning on the Dublin...