Peter Freeman from Thomson & Morgan Seeds speaks about three new plants for 2019.
Ken Crowther chats with John Forthergill about the successes of the seed business over it’s first 40 years.
Peter Seabrook is joined by Anthony Andrews, a man who traded seeds from Essex to East Germany. Plus with the imminent phasing out of Glyphosate, Peter has news on how to kill weeds. And there are some timely tips on leaf mould.
Perennials usually take two years to get into flower; however, Mr Fothergill’s have a selection of seed which flower in the first year. Trials manager Brian Talman told Ken Crowther how they have working to develop a range of seeds which are fool proof.
Tom Cole, Senior Horticultural Lecturer at Writtle University College is responsible for getting students out and into industry. The students get the opportunity to meet employers, the nurseries and see where plants are produced as Tom explained to Ken Crowther.