Horticulturists adapt as weather poses challenges

The warm and wet early winter is causing the horticulture sector a series of challenges. Plants flowering too early, pests and diseases overwintering, trees failing to reach dormancy and weeds growing wildly are all forcing horticulturists to adapt to the changing climate. Meanwhile, carrot growers are counting the cost of recent flooding.

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