HW SURVEY: How has the Brexit deal affected imports of plants, garden centre and other horticultural products so far in 2021?

How are garden retailers and ornamentals growers finding the new systems post-transition?

Operation Stack - credit: Flickr/Barry Davis (CC by 2.0)
Operation Stack - credit: Flickr/Barry Davis (CC by 2.0)

The last minute Brexit deal has been welcomed by the horticulture industry but questions remain about export of seeds and seed potatoes and red tape barriers remain for the industry post-EU that trade leaders say will impact business regardless.

Now garden retailers and growers are dealing with the reality of post-transition Brexit under the deal, Horticulture Week is surveying ornamentals growers and garden retailers to find out if fears of price rises, shortages, delays and other anticipated difficulties have become a reality and if so, what Government might do to help further. 

Please let take part in our brief, anonymous, survey by clicking on the link below:

Survey: How has the Brexit deal affected imports of plants, garden centre and other horticultural products so far in 2021?


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