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Three days to go to Glee – still time to register
Vote now for the Best Buyers of 2022 - The Buyers Power List at Glee
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New products, Glee association with GTN. Over 300 new products have been entered for the Glee Awards
Westland champions every gardener
New products for 2022 from clever pots
Meadow View Stone – Leading the way with product innovation
Smart new range of Hybrid Power water features
A Greenfingers greeting from Woodmansterne!
Evergreen Garden Care announces big changes
Tildenet set to make big impact at Glee
Standalone PoS makes it ‘EASY’ for garden centre retailers
Patio Black Spot - The complete garden stonework restoration system
Catering for consumers’ differing needs and voices
10 Reasons to visit Primeur at Glee 2022
Zest's new and best-selling products star at Glee
Making peat free work for everyone - watch video discussion from the Glee studio
Glee in June – everything you need to know
Glee 2022 on track for maximum capacity
Get ready for Fire, Grill & Chill at Glee 2022
Can you afford to miss the Glee Green Heart?
Europe comes to Glee 2022
Giving at Glee 2022
Home, Gift & Clothing
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Making peat free work for everyone - watch video discussion from the Glee studio

In the run up to Glee, GTN's Trevor Pfeiffer hosted a round table discussion in the Glee Studio with Marcus Eyles, Roger Crookes and Adam Wigglesworth about making peat free gardening work for everyone with a special focus on making the most of the opportunities for the future.


“The past is gone,” says Roger. “There's an exciting future ahead. We're not powerless in this. We have huge power to influence and co-operate with this amazing trend. I'm excited.”


Adam says the industry shouldn’t let perfection in gardening get in the way of progress. “We need to go forward and customers want us to do that and they want to do the right thing. We need to facilitate it. We shouldn’t let perfection hold us back.”


Marcus says the industry should now be proactive and has seen it coming together on the peat free issue, which has fast tracked and gained momentum really quickly. “We should be sharing [the issues], discussing them and getting on the front foot rather than being caught lagging behind.”


“We’ve got an opportunity,” says Adam. “Let’s grasp it”.

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