Perennial's now annual Party for Perennial proved so popular as a networking event over the past few years that the charity has changed the format.
A peer-reviewed study published in Scientific Reports by Bari researchers has confirmed the causal link between the presence of Xylella fastidiosa bacteria and Olive Quick Decline Syndrome (OQDS) in olive trees in the southernmost provinces of Puglia.
Sussex study into population decline for flying insects is UK's most discussed scientific paper of the year
A research project involving the University of Sussex detailing loss of insect populations on nature reserves has been named the most discussed journal article in the UK in 2017.
The European Commission has delayed a vote on the banning of three neonicotinoids for use on all outdoor crops.
APHA head office has instructed all the inspectors to call five clients in their area and ask them to fill in a questionnaire about the impact of Brexit.
How to create an effective hygiene programme that will support profitable growing.
Efforts to control Japanese knotweed, Himalayan Balsam, bracken and water fern by with biological controls are reviewed in a new research paper Weed biological control in the European Union: from serendipity to strategy, by Richard (Dick) Shaw et al in the BioControl journal.
Fuchsia gall mite is spreading in the UK.
The European Commission is proposing an extension of the ban to all outdoor crops, this will be discussed on 12-13 December and Member States may be asked to vote.
Scientists have discovered that invasive plant species are not only highly adaptive, they are essentially able to change in order to thrive on new continents and in different types of climates, challenging the assumption that species occupy the same environment in native and invasive ranges.