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Top garden pests of 2018

The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) have recently released the results of their regular annual survey (the 23rd) of the most asked-about pests and diseases of the year. The warm summer of 2018 sa...

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Top garden pests of 2018

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'Devastating' virus threatens UK tomatoes
UK tomatoes and peppers are under threat from a virus that could be “devast...

The City of Tomorrow

The City of Tomorrow
What does the green city of the future look like? It’s an upcoming theme in...

Brexit will not disrupt Kenya

Brexit will not disrupt Kenya's hort. exports
Britain's exit from the European Union will not disrupt Kenya's horticultur...

Snowdrops on show at York Gate Garden

Snowdrops on show at York Gate Garden
Fabulous drifts of snowdrops will be on display at York Gate Garden near Le...




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New light spectrum improves rose quality

One year after the introduction of the Philips GreenPower LED toplighting with the new rose spectrum, it appears that the roses react well to the new light spectrum. The combination of LEDs and climat...

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New light spectrum improves rose quality

Gardening Pests and Diseases

Using drones to keep crops healthy

A Pittsburgh-based tech company is using drones and infrared technology to help diagnose diseases and pests in their crops before it's too late.

Skycision's goal is to help farmers improve t...

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Using drones to keep crops healthy

How to garden: March projects


How to garden: How to Prune

How to Prune
Difficulty: 2 / 5
You'll need: Secateurs, Pruning Saw, Gloves

How to garden: How to keep a lawn drained

How to keep a lawn drained
Difficulty: 1 / 5
You'll need: Fork

How to garden: How to Chit Potatoes

How to Chit Potatoes
Difficulty: 2 / 5
You'll need: Seed Potatoes, Seed Tray, Egg Box

How to garden: How to prick off

How to prick off
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You'll need: Pots, Multipurpose Compost, Dibber or Pencil, Seed tray, Watering Can




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