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HortiTrends Weekly Comment and News Digest - May 6th

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The recent Glasshouse Conference Signals Quantum Leap in Engineering and Plant Science Technology will have been an inspiration for those currently involved in the sector and more importantly those considering entering it.

In The Battle of the Sexes - John Stanley gives more fascinating insights into the habits of your potential customers.

In SCD Landscape Students to Bloom Once Again shows that hands on training is a priority for the colleges including ITB Horticulture who give students an opportunity to design and build in a competitive environment. A live build 'battle of the colleges' could be a great centre piece attraction for Bloom in the future.

Carmen Rose Wedding Bouquet with Richard Haslam is a another opportunity for those in the florist sector to keep up-to-date with the latest design trends.

Paul Kirwan Connaught Gold Anniversary Podcast celebrates the recent anniversary for Paul and the team. All business is local and the co-ops are good at accessing local media, be it through sponsorship or with unique events such as tying in with the national launch of the Bella Bloom 'Rhubarb & Custard'

The Dutch know how to market at every level, including the Embassy here in Ireland. In James Joyce Tulip Portrait Now in bloom in the National Botanic Gardens the embassy has been actively martketing a series of events to the trade and public.

We have been profiling tipped candidates for Next Minister for Food & Horticulture? - Damien English TD. One wonders, given all the hype about 'Food Harvest 2020', does the government really give a damn about horticulture? Could the leader of the country please, give someone the start or does the poor cousin of agriculture, not merit someone/anyone! who can help a sector badly in need of leadership?

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