Leading Dutch grower in Brexit plea to UK

Speaking at the Chartered Institute of Horticulture annual conference, which was Brexit-themed, Kolff Plants owner Jacob Kolff said plant prices were certain to go up after Brexit because of exchange rates, import duties, phytosanitary certificates and increased transport costs and wait times.

by Matthew Appleby

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