With the HTA identifying Defra restrictions on plant imports, which make up more than half of the UK market, as the biggest issue facing British horticulture, The Plant Team's Paul Moors makes an impassioned plea for Britain to work together with EU growers post-Brexit.
In a debate on EU and Xylella fastidiosa in the House of Lords on 8 July, peers were scathing about EU insistence that the UK cannot ban plant imports on biosecurity grounds.
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