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05 Apr 2018
In the second of FTN's series of guidance articles on digital communication, Stef Kaiser looks at Facebook.
In this feature: D C Vickers suggests solutions on how to align education with industry needs; HE course overview for 2018/19; plus a range of updates on new courses and initiatives.
Includes a property market report by Fenning Welstead (John Clegg & Co), Oliver Combe's Timber Auctions market report and a timber market report by Tim Leavers of Euroforest.
Liam Campbell crosses the Atlantic to put the new Mercedes-Benz X-Class to the test.
Colin Palmer's Pesticides Notebook in April 2018.
Rab Easton looks at how skidders are still used in modern forestry.
This month in Prof Julian Evan's regular column for small woodland owners.
In April's theme article, Andrew Heald (Confor) looks at the threats and opportunities in timber supply and how to make sense of the statistics.
In this feature: Plant health beyond Brexit; the impact of P ramorum on the market; importing and nurseries; plant passporting of timber and co-products
Eucalypts address many of the concerns of today's commercial forestry sector, says Bryan Elliott.