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College Update September 2020 – Teagasc | Agriculture and Food Development...

Teagasc students in the College of Amenity Horticulture have started their September 2020 programme in a blended format. This year 120 learners have started a...

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Ornamental industry – Another turbulent season to navigate The recent travel restrictions of COVID 19 greatly limited our activities but did not limit the desire...

Design lessons from a pandemic – Patricia Tyrell

Patricia Tyrell speaks to fellow GLDA members on their thoughts during the lockdown and on the future of horticulture post-COVID 19 As lockdown came into...

COVID 19 round-up – Teagasc

In order to assist growers and producers to act to reduce the impacts of COVID 19 and the associated national mitigation measures on their...

SALTEX 2021 integral to the industry’s recovery

SALTEX and Events Director, Luke Perry, believes that SALTEX 2021 will provide a huge opportunity for the grounds management industry to regroup, reunite and...

Knowing is understanding – Andy Campbell

In today’s unprecedented and uncertain times, it is vitally important to fully understand all the participants in the supply chain; where they are now...

Welcome to the upside-down – John Paul Prior

John Paul Prior shares his reflections on life during the lockdown As I sit in the latest incarnation of my home office; my back against...

Supporting Horticulture – Carol Marks

Carol Marks, Sector Manager Horticulture, outlines Bord Bia’s COVID-19 response In March, the country’s very necessary COVID-19 response impacted all sectors of the Irish food,...

5 Steps to grow your business online – Rory O’Connor

Rory O’Connor explains how going digital can help your garden retail business thrive, despite the pandemic Digitalisation has never been more relevant to businesses within...

Rising to COVID-19 challenge

As lockdown took hold of the country on March 27, Irritec Irrigation Technology was slap bang in the middle of their busiest March in...


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