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22/10/14

New report from NFU warns about impact of loss of active substances on UK horticulture

The availability of iconic British foods could be drastically reduced according to an independent report released today by farm business consultants Andersons. They were asked to carry out this study into the potential impact of losing plant protection products on UK agriculture, horticulture and th...

21/10/14

Exceptionally low rainfall in September

Early Met Office figures show this is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country. It is also likely to finish in the top five warmest, with UK mean temperatures significantly above the monthly average. Using...

21/10/14

Research paves way for new generation of fungicides

Research by the University of Exeter has provided novel insight into the mechanism by which pathogenic fungi avoid the immune responses of the plants they attack. The research, led by Professor Gero Steinberg, opens up a whole new area of research into plant-host interaction which could lead to the ...

22/10/14

New report from NFU warns about impact of loss of active substances on UK horticulture

The availability of iconic British foods could be drastically reduced according to an independent report released today by farm business consultants Andersons. They were asked to carry out this study into the potential impact of losing plant protection products on UK agriculture, horticulture and th...

21/10/14

Exceptionally low rainfall in September

Early Met Office figures show this is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country. It is also likely to finish in the top five warmest, with UK mean temperatures significantly above the monthly average. Using...

21/10/14

Ball Colegrave Top Toms

Interest for Patio Vegetables, in particular Tomatoes & Peppers continues to be strong. At this last season’s Ball Colegrave Summer Open Days, visitors were given the opportunity to taste many of our most Cherry Tomato varieties to find their own favourite. Top Tomato this year was won this ye...

22/10/14

New report from NFU warns about impact of loss of active substances on UK horticulture

The availability of iconic British foods could be drastically reduced according to an independent report released today by farm business consultants Andersons. They were asked to carry out this study into the potential impact of losing plant protection products on UK agriculture, horticulture and th...

21/10/14

Exceptionally low rainfall in September

Early Met Office figures show this is set to be the driest September across the UK since records began in 1910, with exceptionally low rainfall for many parts of the country. It is also likely to finish in the top five warmest, with UK mean temperatures significantly above the monthly average. Using...