Will UK fruit producers still have access to imported trees and plants post-Brexit?

With the UK's future trading relationships with the EU and the wider world still up in the air, the fruit-growing industry has expressed concern about whether it will still be able to bring in the fruit trees and soft-fruit plants on which it depends.

by Gavin McEwan
A Dutch gutter-format fruit tree nursery - image: Ton Baltissen
A Dutch gutter-format fruit tree nursery - image: Ton Baltissen

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