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Our Garden – The Great Escape of COVID-19 The Covid-19 pandemic has been an immensely difficult time for people living in Ireland and around the...

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...

Brexit and CITES – Noeleen Smyth

Noeleen Smyth explains how Brexit will impact the import and export of rare plants between the UK and Ireland The UK Government’s formal rejection in...

Taking Stock – Andy Whelton

Andy Whelton outlines the main actions in the production of the popular scented cut flower, Stock, following recent trial work Scented or Column Stock (Matthiola...

Shothole study makes new discoveries – Helen Grogan

Helen Grogan shares Teagasc/UCD research findings into one of the most visible Cherry Laurel diseases Cherry Laurel (Prunus laurocerasus) is an important plant species for...

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,...

Corona time and ecological recovery – Féidhlim Harty

Writing during the lockdown, Féidhlim Harty asks, has the pandemic been all bad for the planet or society? Last year, both British and Irish governments...

The art of digging holes – Terry O’Regan

Retired landscape horticulturist, Terry O’Regan, continues his series of articles reflecting on his adventures in the landscape sector I cleared out the office belonging to...

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