The annual Garden Landscape and Amenity Sportsturf (GLAS) trade show, which attracts top producers, growers, manufacturers, and key opinion leaders across the Irish horticultural sector, will return in just three weeks. The one-day trade event will take place on Thursday 21 July from 9am to 5pm. A first for the trade show, this year GLAS [&hellip The post GLAS 2022: Here’s what to expect appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Fifteen fantastic new garden and pet product innovations have been confirmed as this year’s winners of the Glee New Product Showcase at NEC Birmingham. The winning products were announced at a special award presentation organised and run by Garden Trade News at the garden retail event, Glee, which runs from 28 to 30 June. Over [&hellip The post All the winners from the Glee 2022 New Product Showcase appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
The use of 45 Plant Protection Products (PPP) will become illegal from today (30 June 2022). The Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine’s (DAFM) Pesticide Registration and Control Division (PRCD), informs the trade on Plant Protection Products (PPP) which have had their registrations revoked or expired, rendering their use illegal. PPP for which registrations [&hellip The post 45 Plant Protection Products made illegal in June appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
At Growtrade, we highlight public procurement opportunities from around Ireland that would be suitable to landscapers, growers, turfgrass professionals, horticulturalists, and forestry professionals. Here is one such tender from Westmeath County Council for the provision of consultants for the preparation of ‘Tree Management Policy’ documents for the four midland counties of Westmeath, Offaly, Laois and [&hellip The post Westmeath County Council seeks tree maintenance professionals appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
The Teagasc Kildalton Agriculture, Horticulture and Equine College in Piltown, Co. Kilkenny opened its doors and its gates to thousands of visitors 25 June to celebrate its 50th year as an education college. Kildalton College was established in 1971 as a training college for young farmers with 29 students enrolled. The following year the Horticultural [&hellip The post Kildalton celebrates 50 years with successful open day appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
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