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HC Advise – Top DO’S & DON’TS for exhibitors

The most important thing to remember when you are staffing a trade show booth is that you represent your company. Everything you do and...

Geaney & O’Neill offering turf repair and renovation machinery solutions

Geaney & O’Neill is a family run business with over 40 years experience in the sale and servicing of turf care equipment. Their customer...

Spring 2018 – All the latest news from Bord Bia

Mushroom exports 2017 In 2017 the farmgate value of the mushroom industry was valued at over €121m, producing 68,000 tonnes of mushrooms. The mushroom industry...

Education, communities and the role of horticulture in Ireland

In her second feature exploring the wider benefits of horticultural activity, Rachel Freeman shares her insights into the role horticultural education can play in...

A cut above

Andy Whelton, ornamental specialist in the Teagasc Horticultural Development Unit, and nursery stock advisor, Dónall Flanagan explore the benefits and success of species screening...

Was it something I said?

Independent retail consultant, Liam Kelly dispels some of the persistent truths of successful retailing Over the years I have learned the importance of listening to...

Autumn’s best performer

Renowned independent florist, Ruth Monaghan shares her thoughts and techniques on how to get the most from the humble but top performing Cyclamen Autumn is...

Facing charges

The subject of fees for professional landscape and design work in Ireland is a charged subject and one the sector has great difficulty facing...

Assuring sustainable practice

Andrew Mahon of Bord Bia’s quality division frames The Sustainable Horticulture Assurance Scheme (SHAS), the revised quality assurance program being launched through the edibles...

Mycorrhizal and root initiation and development

As part of our continued drive to promote and communicate horticultural research conducted by Irish students, we’re delighted to share the work completed by...


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