Wellesbourne: Defra must back real talks

Many will ask how it is that the environment secretary - who has shown a very welcome, albeit "11th-hour", interest in increasing UK fruit and vegetable production - could fail to make the link between that and the need to protect the long-term future of applied horticultural R&D, which is moving closer to the brink.

by Kate Lowe

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