Brexit - the impact on horticulture
The latest news on and reaction to the decision to leave the EU and how it is affecting the UK horticulture industry including garden retail, plant production, edibles production, landscaping, parks, sports turf and arboriculture.
Uncertainty, Brexit, labour, investment and a policy hiatus feature among horticulture industry key concerns following an election which resulted in a hung Parliament.
Larger grower raises concerns over Protected Geographical Indication.
Latest Government figures have shown imports rose to a value of £1,176bn from £1,064bn in 2016 - despite the Brexit vote on June 23.
Labour, breeders' rights, plant health and trade barriers among the key issues.
Floridata figures show the export of plants and flowers from Holland to the UK was back up again in April.
High-level event called by West Midlands MEP examines options for industry action
An incoming Labour government could activate the "third tier" of the UK's visa regime, allowing low skilled and seasonal migrants access to the UK labour market, according to a policy discussion document leaked to two national newspapers.
A former director of the US National Center for Environmental Health Christopher Portier has criticised the EU's conclusions over the safety of glyphosate.
Brexit sparks debate on how support could be delivered for growers.
Better weather and RHS Chelsea Flower Show will help boost sales after a poor May.
Significance of neonics report findings questioned but sustainable imperative agreed.
Online operators looking at physical presence to raise brand awareness.
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