In This Issue
Industry top brass meet at Leaders for Change lunch
Kelkay launch rebranded paving collection at Glee 2014
Gardman inject style into hanging basket category
Grow Your Own shows serious growth at Taylors Bulbs
Tildenet and Haxnicks....strength in partnership
Globus launch the 'glove for all seasons'
After Moss: lawns will never be the same again
Apta win two Glee New Product Awards
Deco-Pak mark 10 years with Strawberry & Cream
Whitefurze showcase new products at Glee
New wood-burning stove company Stovey launched at Glee
Bord Na Mona- bringing the Chelsea experience to the garden centre.
It’s a taste sensation on La Hacienda’s stand
Champagne winners at Catering Design Group
Just the ticket for Trolley of Booze winner
Darlac's 'turbo-charged' lopper
Grange website will help stockists to compete in digital world
Get it right every time with Plantspacer
Wot...a folding pot wot packs flat?
Pink goes down a treat on Town & Country
Urban chic for the birds and the bees
The science of mycorrhizal fungi
GIMA Innovator’s Seed Corn Fund winner confirmed
Forest confirms investment in digital assets to further enhance retail sales
G Plants unveil 80 new lines ahead of the 2015 season
Sales go from strength to strength with Resolva Liquid shots and Power Pump
Glee New Product Awards 2014: Ones to watch
Hello from the GLEE Daily News Office
Matthew Mein piece
All the industry news, as it happens
Tim Clapp is leaving Wyevale
Wyevale Garden Centres have confirmed to GTN Xtra this afternoon, Monday 15th September, that Head of Horticulture, Tim Clapp is leaving the business.

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Darlac's 'turbo-charged' lopper

Don’t for one minute believe that the new telescopic loppers you’ll see on the Darlac stand (19A58) are like any other. They have unique features that should give them distinct market appeal.

The loppers employ a brand new double compound action that greatly increases its cutting power, making pruning easier. The bypass cantilever allows for an ultra-clean cut.

The telescopic handles extend to 76cm, more than enough for good leverage but less unwieldy for some users than Darlac’s full-length models.

The high-strength aluminium handles ensure the loppers weigh in at little more than a kilo, making them easy to handle.

They are supplied in blister packs with euro slots for display on a Darlac mix-and-match stand or a retailer’s own unit.

Also new from Darlac is the Expert Topiary Shear, made from nylon and fibreglass with replaceable razor-sharp blades, ideal for jobs like topiary and deadheading.

Pictured: MD Peter Darban demonstrates the double compound action of the new telescopic lopper.

Director Maggie Darban with the new Expert Topiary Shear.

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