HortWeek Market Outlook Survey: what will have the biggest influence on trade in 2023?

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After three rollercoaster years, HortWeek is asking about prospects for 2023. There's a lot of uncertainty in the market linked to macro economic factors, say growers, retailers and other in horticulture.  So what will have biggest influence on trade in 2023?

Please rank in order of importance in our survey below.

HortWeek Market Outlook Survey for 2023


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