Continental growers will be flocking to the Four Oaks Trade Show despite Brexit concerns and they will join a host of domestic exhibitors, Matthew Appleby reports.
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Our preview of the horticulture industry's biggest and most diverse exhibition features details of the plants, products, services and exhibitors at this year's show.
A visit to the Four Oaks Trade Show is essential for growers and retailers to keep up with the latest developments across the horticulture industry, writes Sally Drury.
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