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Burning seed issues

Dear Readers, I have been thinking about this forย a long time now and finally I decided to write a few posts about seeds, one of the most important plant reproductive materials. Why exatly about seeds…? Well, because they are important … Continue reading

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Brand new horticultural news from the world! :)

The new year has arrived and our enthusiasm to enjoy the ever-lively horticultural buzz is also renewed… So let’s see what is happening out there! ๐Ÿ˜‰ Pecan industry set for growth, eyes India (thepacker) Heavy storms cause Dutch greenhouse to … Continue reading

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The amazing life of Christmas trees -Part II

After the short introduction to the basics of Christmast tree cultivation last week, this time I would like to show you the types (species) that we ususally use to dress them up and a few marketing data and facts from … Continue reading

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Monday-Mix

The most exciting news of horticulturists for today… Enjoy ๐Ÿ˜‰ Dutch minister to put a stop to exploitation of Polish labourers (hortidaily) The world needs 70% more food by 2050 (theweeklytimesnow) La Plata, Argentina: Severe storms destroy 20% of greenhouses … Continue reading

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