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The Fruit Doctor
Since graduating from Bath University, Graham Moore has worked on a variety of horticultural projects. He is one of the UK's leading agronomists specialising in organic production and is in demand as a speaker on organic fruit growing worldwide. Graham is the Head Agronomist at Haygrove and is key in the design and development of the Garden Tunnel. You can follow Graham's blog "The Fruit Doctor" on our website.
Latest Post from the Fruit Doctor
Berry Tech 2013 8-9th April 2013
Cherry Open Day 17th April 2013 with guest presenter Dr Greg Lang, who specialises in the many factors important to the efficient production of high value fruit crops, with particular focus on Sweet Cherry Physiology, Production & Genetic Improvement.
Welcome to Haygrove
A very warm welcome to Haygrove. The aim of this website is to help you understand who we are and what we do. You can also browse through our products and accessories and buy some of these online.
Haygrove Development is a not-for-profit company established by Haygrove.
Gambia is Good
Gambia is Good is a cross-sector partnership between Concern Universal and Haygrove.
Bright Futures - Growing future farmers with a sustainable enterprise based development programme.Find out more
Discover Haygrove Farms
In the season Haygrove employ up to 700 seasonal staff and 70 full time staff to run the farm and harvest approximately 2000 tonnes of berries.
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Seasonal Work at Haygrove
As the largest grower of organic soft fruit in the UK Haygrove has many jobs available between March and September to pick strawberries, raspberries, cherries, blueberries & blackberries.More Information
Polytunnels for the Garden
Polytunnels for the garden with features previously only available to commercial growers.gardentunnels.co.uk
Haygrove is proud to be ISO9001 accredited.