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.
Great potential for growers but barriers to be overcome.
The word 'horticulture' is not mentioned in the 77 page White Paper on United Kingdom's exit from the European Union published on 2 February.
Garden Centre Fresh says sales at annual show expected to be in line with previous years - despite Brexit
Garden Centre Fresh has reported that appetite for its plants has not diminished despite exchange rates meaning costs have risen.
The new AHDB report looks at the various pieces of legislation impacting the use of PPPs in the UK and puts forward four broad options for post-Brexit regulation.
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Fruit supply co-operative expecting to take a hit on exports of some varieties.
The greenhouse survey 'Nederlandse GlastuinbouwScanner 2016' that AgriDirect performs annually by telephone with about 1800 Dutch greenhouse growers answered questions about their future and investment plans.
The Natural Capital Committee has called for statutory status for the Government's 25-year Environment Plan - and confirmed it will produce a how-to guide to calculating natural capital this year.
The AHDB is seeking nominations for the new chair of its Potato Sector Board, following the announcement that Fiona Fell will step down from the position in March.
A group of MPs have heard from the NFU about the urgent need for a seasonal agricultural permit scheme for non-EU workers.
Defra has applied to the EU to gain Protected Geographical Indication (PGI) status for Ayrshire new potatoes.
Trade tariffs and access to labour have dominated reaction to Prime Minister Theresa May Brexit speech in which she ruled out the UK's continuing participation in the European Single Market or the EU Customs Union - and instead stated her intention to pursue a free trade agreement with the EU.
Defra secretary tells conference leaving EU offers "chance to remove bureaucracy".
The role of any support for farming post-Brexit was the main topic of debate at the Oxford Farming Conference between farming policy representatives from all four parts of the UK.
Neath Port Talbot SA13 2TJ, Port Talbot
Rangers (1 x horticulture focus, 1 x maintenance focus)
Stroud Town Council Stroud, Gloucestershire
Ground Control Milton Keynes/ Northampton/ Leicester/ Nottingham
Landscapers and Gardeners
Belderbos Landscapes London (Greater)
Willerby Landscapes Ltd London (Central), London (Greater)