Promote your company alongside the latest news to all of the commercial growing sectors of horticulture on HortNews.com or target a specific audience via the HortNews e-bulletin.
Whether you have a new product to introduce, an event to publicise or would simply like to increase awareness of your company and what it offers, HortNews.com is the perfect platform for you.
Further opportunities are available on the monthly e-bulletin, immediately raising your company’s profile before thousands of potential clients. The Hortnews e-bulletin is sent to over 5,300 growers bi-weekly and includes:
- The latest news stories from HortNews.com
- Upcoming events for the next month
- Recent vacancies and classified listings submitted on the website
Email email@example.com for further details and rates or call Chris Day on 01622 695656.
Looking to advertise in our printed publications also?
Contact the editors below for further information on advertising opportunities and print/online packages.
- The Commercial Greenhouse Grower – John Downey firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Fruit Grower – Chris Tanton email@example.com
- The Vegetable Farmer – Chris Day firstname.lastname@example.org
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Workshop - high-performance #insulation system to cut #greenhouse energy use Delivered by @CHAPAgriTech & @Envirup - Thurs 17th June 2-3pm. Free to attend. Read more via #HortNews >> hortnews.com/workshop-high-… @wlv_uni @CambridgeHOK @BoomerLtd @STC_Ltd pic.twitter.com/fqu6lfWp7j
Fertiliser supplier @Yara_UK & @NIABEMR have signed a partnership which aims to develop high-performance #irrigation and moisture-sensing technologies in commercial #horticulture ...Read more via #HortNews >> hortnews.com/yara-launches-…… pic.twitter.com/QCIqi0CXk5
A number of lettuce breeders have recently confirmed that many of their varieties have resistance to the latest named race of Bremia downy mildew in lettuce – Bl:37EU.Read more via #HortNews >> hortnews.com/lettuce-breede… pic.twitter.com/vK3S9HvsM9
A new fact sheet published on the brown marmorated stink bug (BMSB), Halyomorpha halys, by Defra suggests that the use of the parasitic Samurai wasp could be used in the future as a biological control of the pest.Read more via #HortNews >> hortnews.com/parasitic-wasp… pic.twitter.com/rYyQaPxnqt