RHS issue fruit crop warning

The lack of a cold winter could damage fruit yields later in the year, warn The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS). The society is concerned that this year’s mild winter may lead to smaller fruit crops this autumn with a subsequent rise in prices. Most hardy fruit plants need a period of … [Read more...]



A wet and windy May

With winds of 80 MPH, almost constant rain and temperatures reaching little over 13 degrees, May seems more like October. The warm sunny days of April have been replaced by a month of heavy rain and high winds.  With wind speeds recorded at 80mph in the region, there has been a great deal of damage … [Read more...]



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