Horticulture Week Xylella Industry Plant Buyers Survey

APHA says Xylella is going to "spread and spread" and will reach the UK. The RHS has banned nine overseas-grown Xylella-affected species for its shows and the race is on to find a cure. But is the UK ready for Xylella?

Horticulture Week has produced a short survey to find out how, if at all, the threat of Xylella and its potential presence in imported plants is affecting commerical buyers of plants in the UK.

Let us know your thoughts as professional buyers of plants and complete our brief (anonymous) survey.

CLICK HERE TO COMPLETE XYLELLA SURVEY

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