Horticulture respondents are considerably more optimistic about the impact of Brexit than other sectors. This is according to Bord Bia’s Risk Readiness Radar, which captures the high-level risks facing the industry across key areas such as sustainability, Covid-19, and Brexit. A total of 128 Irish food, drink and horticulture companies, representing 51% of total exports, [&hellip The post Horticulture industry more optimistic about Brexit than other sectors appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
How have garden centre retailers managed to grow online in challenging times? In Garden Connect’s new whitepaper, eight garden retailers and suppliers share their experiences with the online garden retail industry. In the paper, the international retailers discussed their transition to online; the challenges they encountered; the opportunities they see; their ambitions for the future and [&hellip The post Garden Connect whitepaper highlights call for online solutions in challenging times appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Join Teagasc on 17 June at 7.30pm for a webinar reviewing wood fibre use in professional horticultural growing media. During the event, Dr Brian Jackson, North Carolina State university, will discuss the different sources of wood fibre and impacts on growth of bedding, perennials and woody plants. Dr Jackson has been researching wood fibre use in growing media [&hellip The post Teagasc webinar to discuss wood fibre and growing media 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 suitable for artificial sportsturf construction professionals, from Drumbaragh Emmets GFC for the construction of an all-weather pitch, fencing & floodlighting. Detailed description Contact on offer for the [&hellip The post Contract for artificial pitch construction and associated works appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
Host in Ireland has launched an initiative to plant 1,000 orchards in Ireland. As part of its DCs for Bees initiative, 50 organisations from the Irish data centre community and supporters, have pledged more than 1000 orchards to be planted across Ireland in the 2021-2022 planting season. The ‘Orchards in the Community’ plan will see [&hellip The post Data centre community pledges to plant 1,000 orchards across Ireland appeared first on Growtrade. [...]
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