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Recent results from a survey commissioned by the Common Sense Gardening Group, and conducted by Yolo Communications, has revealed that 43% of gardeners say they use garden care chemicals to control weeds.
In fact, 17% of gardeners agree that garden care chemicals are the only successful solution to manage weeds.
Haskins is encouraging gardeners to make the most of National Tree Week with a new competition to win a tree for the garden, school or local community.
National Tree Week takes place from Saturday November 25 until Sunday December 3. First initiated in 1975, it is the UK’s largest tree celebration annually which launches the start of the winter tree planting season.
Haskins is celebrating this festival of trees by offering customers the chance to win their own Ornamental or Fruit Tree, up to the value of £50. The winner will be chosen the week before National Tree Week in order for the tree to be planted during the tree festival.
Mobile app development company Apps4U invites small businesses across the country to enter their free app development competition, with a prize worth nearly £2000.
Mobile apps are a major component in modern living. 85% of people say they prefer using apps over mobile websites, mainly because they streamline the user experience and make the business/service more accessible and easier to engage with. Given the popularity of apps, their benefits for a small business are almost immeasurable. Apps can help draw in new customers, inspire repeat business, establish eCommerce platforms and provide powerful marketing tools. However, as the average app development project costs thousands of pounds, most local gardeners and garden centres are priced out of the market, meaning they miss out on these vital, business-boosting advantages.