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31/10/14

Five-a-day news from Tesco

News from Tesco has been so negative of late that it is pleasing to learn that they have created what they say is the country’s first five-a-day grazing platter. This has portions of fruit and vegetables in five separate compartments in a sealed tray – pineapple slices, melon pieces, sugar s...

28/10/14

Britain is Enjoying the Longest Strawberry Season Ever

British growers have announced that this year’s strawberry crop has broken records, with a staggering 60,170 tonnes already produced – an increase of eight per cent since 2013 – and still more to come. The season kicked off in March, seven weeks earlier than last year, as a result of the unexp...

28/10/14

Organic Producers’ Conference

Organic Research Centre Annual Producers Conference will be taking place on 26th and 27th November 2014 at St.Johns Hotel, Warwick Rd, Solihull. This year for the first time two popular organic events are being brought together to allow more people to participate in both. The Soil Association’s Na...

31/10/14

Five-a-day news from Tesco

News from Tesco has been so negative of late that it is pleasing to learn that they have created what they say is the country’s first five-a-day grazing platter. This has portions of fruit and vegetables in five separate compartments in a sealed tray – pineapple slices, melon pieces, sugar s...

28/10/14

Genetic history of tomatoes revealed by new sequencing

The sequencing of 360 tomato varieties has yielded a ‘genetic history’ of the popular food crop. An important finding is that specific regions of the tomato genome were unintentionally depleted in genetic variation: for example, in DNA around genes conferring larger fruit size or genes f...

28/10/14

Neil Bragg receives Pearson Memorial Medal at HTA Garden Futures Dinner

Respected soil scientist and national expert in growing media, Neil Bragg, has been awarded the HTA Pearson Memorial Medal in recognition for his outstanding commitment to the horticultural industry. Neil, who has recently stepped down as Chairman of the Horticultural Development Company (HDC) after...

31/10/14

Five-a-day news from Tesco

News from Tesco has been so negative of late that it is pleasing to learn that they have created what they say is the country’s first five-a-day grazing platter. This has portions of fruit and vegetables in five separate compartments in a sealed tray – pineapple slices, melon pieces, sugar s...

28/10/14

Supply chain focus at potato strategy conference

‘From seed to ware’, this year’s Seed Industry Event (SIE14) on 25th November, at the Crieff Hydro in Perthshire, widens its’ appeal to the whole supply chain, covering seed, plant health, pest and disease advice, seed supplier and customer case studies, processing, storage and retail insigh...