Introduced by Roy HAY
The Hertfordshire Institute of Agriculture has provided courses in agriculture and horticulture for almost forty years, and to do this successfully a wide range of crops is grown both in the gardens and in the greenhouses. In tonight's programme Roy HAY is joined by other horticultural guests and shown around by ALFRED LUGG , Senior Horticultural Adviser, and S. R. G. Downs , Head of the Horticultural Department.
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