Industry News

AHDB is the levy funded Agriculture & Horticulture body carrying our Research and Development to benefit farmers and growers. A wealth of information is held on their Hort portal and a must for all Horticulturists seeking technical and technology transfer information on Horticulture http://ahdb.p7h816.buzz/horticulture

NFU Horticulture works to protect growers interests and create opportunities for their businesses. The website has a wealth of information for growers in every sector http://www.nfuonline.com/sectors/horticulture-and-potatoes

HTA represents and supports UK garden businesses in the ornamental sector. An informative web site containing everything you would need to know at Garden Centres, retail and marketing http://hta.p7h816.buzz/news.html

BPOA or The British Protected Ornamentals Association is a trade association representing both growers and the allied trade within this sector of horticulture. The Association’s primary aim is to ensure that resources are directed towards grower’s needs for R&D, marketing and political representation, thereby helping nursery businesses to grow together, and raise the profile of their industry. This is achieved through the activity of the Association’s Technical Committee and Home Grown Users’ Group http://www.nfuonline.com/sectors/british-protected-ornamentals-association/bpoa-membership/about-us/

ISHS or The International Society of Horticultural Science is the leading Global Scientific organisation in the field of Horticulture http://www.ishs.org/

Hort Daily is a daily summary of Global Hort News and is a must for members looking for a global perspective. Free sign up and the copy lands in your inbox http://www.hortidaily.com/

British Growers Association is a grower owned, grower led, not for profit umbrella group comprising a range of organisations operating in the UK horticulture industry and fresh produce sector. The membership includes Crop Associations, Producer Organisations, marketing groups and professional membership groups. Their key aim is to raise the profile of UK horticulture by encouraging a greater understanding of the industry and its importance to the UK economy http://britishgrowers.org/

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