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Agriculture and Science Conference 7th - 10th December 2014

Generation 2050 – Applications Open

7 – 10 December 2014
Armidale, NSW 
The University of New England (UNE) will chose 100 passionate agriculture or science students from around Australia to take part in Generation2050: Project Feed the World conference. 88 more words

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Explore Smithsonian Gardens' Orchids Online!

At the end of April, after ten months of planning, coordinating, and troubleshooting, the Smithsonian Gardens Orchid Collection (SGOC) went live. No, we didn’t kill off all of the plants over the winter and revive them for this announcement . 301 more words


Scholarship winner aims to prevent biosecurity disasters

Horticulture student Yvette Jones plans to put her studies to good use preventing biosecurity disasters like PSA affecting New Zealand growers.

The 19-year-old bachelor of agricultural science student at Massey University… 187 more words


Garden Design Creation and Care

  Hi, I’m Bill Jope.   At Garden Works, I
undertake all aspects of garden design,
creation and care, from large landscape
design and build, to border planting… 56 more words

Garden Design

Western flower thrips (WFT) - ADAS

Work on western flower thrips is underway at ADAS Boxworth, lead by Jude Bennison. Verbena plugs were potted up into 9cm pots on 20 May and placed into thrips-proof cages in a polytunnel at ADAS Boxworth, to keep the plants thrips-free until the start of the experiment in early July. 92 more words




Since speaking last, I have traded “¡Olé!” for allées and taken some time away from Spain to visit friends in the Netherlands, in a garden that has had so much influence on me. 423 more words


The Magic of Rain Lilies

The common name rain lily comes from this plant’s tendency to bloom after a good soaking from Mother Nature.  They are native to tropical and semi-tropical regions of the Americas.   488 more words