This project aims to evaluate a range of insect control products for the control of tobacco whitefly, using a strain which proved difficult to control in 2009, and which was derived from a UK nurs
The project has been designed to examine the potential of new / novel chemicals to control growth on bedding plants. It is a combination of both knowledge transfer and research
The Cut-Flowers Trials Centre was established in 2007 and is now in the third year of a programme of variety demonstrations, agronomic trials and larger-scale assessments of cut-flower species and
The overall aim is to assess if the lower temperatures from wk 39 will provide energy savings for the UK poinsettia grower without increased quality d
The overall aim of the project is to evaluate end customer preferences through preference mapping in order to guide variety selection for future production aimed at both traditional and new market
This project aims to assess the benefit of some chemical and biological interventions that could increase the options available to growers for management of bacterial diseases.