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The Department of Agriculture Food and the Marine celebrates National Biodiversity...

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine Michael Creed T.D.  welcomes a week which places biodiversity firmly in the spotlight and recognises recent calls...

‘Host a hive’ initiative launched on World Bee Day

As a part of the celebrations of World Bee Day today 20 May 2019, Minister of State at the Department of Agriculture, Food and...

Minister Creed launches publication and exhibition on EIP/locally led Environmental schemes...

The Minister for Agriculture, Food and the Marine, Michael Creed T.D., today launched an exhibition and a publication highlighting the wide variety of projects being...

What’s new for 2019 at Suttons

Over 100 new lines in the Suttons 2019 new seed range! The Suttons Group has over 200 years of gardening knowledge and expertise. Constant...

Wildflowers achieve DAFM registration – GLAS stand ST5

Design By Nature has become Ireland's first DAFM registered wildflower seed house. All of their wildflower seeds are sourced, grown and harvested in Ireland....

Bee health: data partnership a ‘milestone’ in European campaign | European...

The establishment of the EU Bee Partnership could be a milestone in the fight to protect bees, the chair of the European Parliament’s Bee Week said...

Where have all the insects gone? All-Ireland Pollinator Plan

As a child, it was always my job to remove moths from my big sister’s bedroom. They were common visitors then and she was...

Blooming Bees: The All-Ireland Pollinator Plan video

One-third of our bee species are threatened with extinction from Ireland. We know it’s because we have drastically reduced the areas where they can...

Focus on bees: send us your pictures!

Following the success of last week’s European Bee Week and, in particular, the exciting news that a broad coalition of stakeholders is coming together to...

Cambridge University’s Titan Arum ‘rotten flesh’ flower blooms – BBC News

A flower which emits a stench similar to rotting flesh has finally bloomed. The Titan Arum at Cambridge University Botanic Garden has attracted hundreds of...



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