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It is now clear that the British people have made the choice to leave the European Union. The countr...


Teagasc Vegetable Seminar 2014 Latest News

  • Full House with Attendance of Over 150 for Opening Speaker Lorcan Bourke of Bord Bia.
  • Lorcan Bourke Reports that Vegetables and Fruit are Number 1 & 2 in Top 10 Most Important Supermarket Catagories.
  • Pesticides are Number 1 Consumer Concern When Purchasing Fruit & Vegetables According to Bord Bia Research.
  • Alice McGlynn of Bord Bia Highlights the Importance Now and in the Future, of the Origin Green Horticulture Sustainability Programme.
  • Alice McGlynn Quotes Bruntland Report "Sustainable development is development that meets the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs".
  • Gordon Rennick of DOA Explained that Integrated Pest Management is a Requirement Since Jan 1st 2014.
  • All Spraying Equipment Will Now Have to be Inspected Every 5 Years as Part of the New IPM Regime.
  • Jim O'Mahoney of Teagasc Announces Course to Start at Easter to Train New Spaying Equipment Inspectors.
  • Gordon Port of Newcastle University Talks About 'Life Without Draza' as a Slug Controller for the Commercial Sector.
  • Gordon Also Presented on the Efficacy of Molluscides as a Back-up and in Tandem with IPM.
  • Andrew Richardson of A&B Centre Presents on Cabbage Root Fly Control and Life Without Dusban.