Conservation & Ecology (page 1)

SIS seek partners

Stem Injection Systems (SIS) will visit the NEC in November, seeking to further develop international distribution channels on the back of recent deals...

in Conservation & Ecology - 1 day, 22 hours ago

What’s all this about?

With water now a valuable and increasingly expensive commodity, it makes perfect sense to review ways that savings may be made, especially where irrigation...

in Conservation & Ecology - 1 week ago

Trouble for British bees

A washout August is dampening prospects for Britain’s bees and butterflies after a promising start to the summer.

in Conservation & Ecology - 1 week, 4 days ago

Tree Legislation

Whilst this may seem a dry subject, it is really important that we all are aware of, and understand, the basics here. There are several areas of legislation...

in Conservation & Ecology - 2 weeks ago

UK nurseries want action

Major UK nurseries are calling for a partial or even complete ban on the importation of any plant material into the UK as they feel we are sleepwalking...

in Conservation & Ecology - 2 weeks, 3 days ago

Here comes the rain

For many, this summer has felt a little like the winter of 2015: after a few months of incessant dry spells, the dark clouds gathered suddenly and we asked,...

in Conservation & Ecology - 4 weeks ago

Bayer, Monsanto EU probe

The European Commission has started an in-depth investigation of Bayer's planned $66 billion takeover of U.S. seeds group Monsanto, saying it was worried...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 23/8/17

Wentworth recognition

Wentworth Club, home of the BMW PGA Championship, has been awarded a highly-regarded international sustainability certification in recognition of the Club’s...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 21/8/17

Emirates Stadium go green

Arsenal Football Club’s Emirates Stadium has become the first Premier League football venue to use 100 per cent renewable energy.

in Conservation & Ecology - on 15/8/17

UK Land Reptiles

There are six native species of land dwelling reptiles in the UK, three snakes and three lizards. Except for the avid naturalist, few of them would sit...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 14/8/17

Creating a hibernaculum

Eddie Ainsworth, Course Manager at Avro Golf Club in Stockport, explains how, by using some rocks, rubble and logs, he was able to create a hibernaculum...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 3/8/17

Giant Hogweed danger

National trade body, the Property Care Association (PCA), is urging caution as the invasive weed Giant Hogweed takes hold this summer.

in Conservation & Ecology - on 16/7/17

Protect green spaces

The London Assembly Environment Committee has written a report urging the capital’s mayor to take measures to protect and maintain the capital’s green...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 14/7/17

A time of change!

With a time of 9.58 seconds, Usain Bolt holds the record for the fastest ever 100 metres. The speed of change in the amenity sector relating to Plant Protection...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 30/6/17

GEO Certificate achieved

Fairhaven Golf Club in Lancashire has joined an elite group of sustainability-minded clubs.

in Conservation & Ecology - on 27/6/17

INNSA Code of Practice

New document provides a comprehensive guide to managing this most difficult of weeds, as well as in-depth, up-to-date information on legislation, pesticides...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 23/6/17

Brexit bee health

As Brexit talks got underway this week, the Green Party has warned that the UK’s exit from the EU could be a threat to pollinating species like...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 21/6/17

MEPs go to court

Green MEPs have lodged a complaint to denounce the lack of transparency in EFSA’s assessment of glyphosate. They hope to change the internal rules of...

in Conservation & Ecology - on 11/6/17