Bord na Móna has formally ended all peat harvesting on its lands as part of its transition from a traditional peat to climate solutions company. The company’s last full peat harvest took place in 2018, followed by a partial harvest in 2019. It suspended peat harvesting operations last year following a landmark 2019 High Court [&hellip The post Bord na Móna formally ends peat harvesting operations appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
The value of exports of Irish food, drink and horticulture were held to a 2% decline in 2020, valued at €13 billion. The marginal decline from €13.2 billion in 2019 came during a period of unprecedented change and challenge that saw the largest disruption to normal market operation, globally, since the end of World War [&hellip The post Horticulture and cereals exports increased by 8% in 2020, despite economic disruption appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
At Growtrade, we highlight public procurement opportunities from around Ireland that would be suitable to landscapists, growers, turfgrass professionals, horticulturalists, and forestry professionals. Here is one such tender for the provision of a services contract for garden maintenance in all Garda stations as listed within Cork West Garda division. Type of contract: Services Response deadline: 04/03/2021 15:00:00 (Irish time) CPV [&hellip The post An Garda Síochána requires landscaping services across Cork division appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
The ornamental horticulture industry in the UK contended with extraordinary crisis and change in 2020, according to the Horticultural Trades Association’s (HTA) Market Update for January. The latest figures show a 13% drop in overall sales on December 2019 nationally, and the 2020 calendar year finished 10% down overall on 2019. In December, garden and [&hellip The post HTA Market Update shows impact of roller-coaster year appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
The Teagasc College of Amenity Horticulture in the National Botanic Gardens will hold the first in its new series of virtual information events starting 29 January 2021. The event will kick off at 12.30pm and run for one hour. During the session, staff from the college will present information on Teagasc college courses and answer [&hellip The post Teagasc to host first in series of virtual information events appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
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