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  • RHS Science: what we’ve been up to

    By Sian Tyrrell
    There’s been so much going on that I can’t tell you about it all without making ...

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  • Carrot fly: how to protect your crop

    By Anna Platoni
    6,000 carrots, two seasons of growing, digging and examining and our research project is ...

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  • PhD research investigating Xylella ...

    By RHS Staff
    Based at Imperial’s Centre of Environmental Policy and co-supervised by the RHS, PhD ...

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  • Update from the science team

    By Sian Tyrrell
    Winter is a time of frantic production and preparation at RHS Science

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  • Call for science award nominations

    By RHS Staff
    Cash prizes to be awarded to PhD students for future career development

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  • RHS Science Autumn 2017 update

    By Sian Tyrrell
    Our Science Team reflect on their work this autumn - including a lecture, a symposium and some ...

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  • What to do if you find honey fungus

    By Rebekah Mealey
    Horticultural Advisor, Rebekah Mealey, explains what to do if you find honey fungus ...

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  • Summary of summer 2017

    By Eleanor Webster
    Climate Scientist, Eleanor Webster, looks back at the summer of 2017 and asks if the ...

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  • We're going on a slug hunt

    By Hayley Jones
    A dedicated band of slug hunters braves rain and darkness to uncover the secret life of ...

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  • RHS Science news: what's a gardener ...

    By RHS Staff
    From pioneering research into what climate change means for gardeners, to getting a grip on ...

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  • Climate change garden put to the test

    By Eleanor Webster
    Bringing climate change to Chatsworth: the story of a show garden

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  • Organic slug control proves itself

    By RHS Staff
    Early results from an RHS study find ‘organic’ slug pellets perform as well as ...

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