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AHDB, of which AHDB Horticulture is a division, has published its latest call for new research projects, making funding of up to £1 million available for
Following a funded-study aimed at identifying gaps in horticultural soils knowledge, a comprehensive ‘industry leading’ programme of projects to address
A research and development call for proposals on evaluating biocide use during hot water treatment for Narcissus, has now been launched by AHDB
To complement the grower experience, AHDB Horticulture, the new name for HDC, will be on hand at next week’s HTA Plant Show to not only meet with growers and introduce them to the organisation’s new branding, but also provide opportunities to receive technical updates through a coordinated programme taking place at Stoneleigh Park and nearby Baginton Nurseries.
Latest projects & publications
AHDB Grower is the new name for the technical journal for horticulture. Formerly HDC News, AHDB
The raspberry breeding programme, based at the James Hutton Institute (JHI), is currently
In the recent past, HDC has funded a number of post-harvest research projects on apple and
This practical workshop is aimed at nursery supervisors and has been designed to provide an understanding of what function the various nutritional elements have within plants, how nutrients interact with each other and the different types of growing media used, which fertilisers to use, how to create nutritional programmes and how to monitor crops, with the emphasis on pot plant production.
Optimising plant nutrition
The NCSFS is open to any commercial fruit grower and the following crops can be exhibited : blackberries, blueberries, blackcurrants, gooseberries, loganberries, raspberries, redcurrants, strawberries, stone fruit including cherries plums and apricots.