Graheme Dunling is well known as one of the leading growers and trouble shooting consultants in the Horticultural world. He does not tell you how to change he shows you how to change. With over 40 years experience in commercial horticulture he is one of the few in the world that has seen the massive change from dirty growing to high tech growing. 

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Grahame began his full time growing career in 1975 joining the Family company. However within two years he left to start his own company as he wanted to forge a name for high quality salads grown for Flavour. Trading under the name of DUNLING's he quickly gained a reputation for quality and reliability this led to his produce been on several TV cookery shows from Food and Drink to the then top cooking program  Ready steady Cook. This led to top supermarkets contacting him to supply them direct with his own branded produce . In 2004 the company was taken over and Grahame moved into trouble shooting helping companies turn around from marketing to branding to staffing work patterns. One task was to help start a Micro herb company FDM Herbs (Fresh, Dried,Micro) this gained such growth and prestigious clients such as Glynn Purnel, Sat Bains, Anton Mossiman, Spencer House among the customer list.
He was then asked to help turn the Largest Vertical Grow company Valcent PLC around and this became the world leader in Vertical growing installing systems in the UK and Vancouver as well as having a client list world wide. From here he went to Hong Kong , America, Ireland , Mexico helping to start companies and turn them around.
Then he faced the hardest challenge of his life and this was in The Kingdom of Bahrain in the middle east. Peninsula Farm, and once again Grahame excelled at the challenge and within two years had turned the company around from a $115,000 turnover to one of $1,060,000 this was using the same staffing levels and the same area of m2 growing facilities . He introduced staff training including management. This led to the ministry of Agriculture in Bahrain inviting him to talk to the GCC Ministers on hydroponic growing and sustainable growing. 
After Bahrain he moved to Dubai 

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