HORTICULTURE WEEK SURVEY - Grower Brexit business impact survey 2017

Now that Article 50 has been triggered, Horticulture Week is researching how businesses have been affected since the vote and how concerns over labour supply, currency, access to markets and potential changes to EU funding and regulation are affecting grower business plans for the short to medium term.

The survey will only take 2 minutes to complete but will be invaluable in helping to gain a picture of what UK growers are thinking.

To take part in the survey please click on the relevant link below.

Survey - fresh produce production

Survey - ornamentals production


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