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A major daffodil grower in the fens say they only have a fifth of their usual number of pickers this year because of Brexit.
A Lincolnshire farming business has blamed Brexit for a lack of flower pickers.
Brexit has contributed to a shortage of flower pickers in the UK, a bulb grower has said.
In a “normal year” around 150 pickers would harvest the daffodils, but this year they have just 30.
The world's largest daffodil grower says it has been forced to let hundreds of thousands of pounds worth of flowers rot – as it can't get pickers due to Brexit.
Fields of flowers worth hundreds of thousands of pounds are being left to rot in Cornwall.
Cornwall’s Varfell Farms doesn’t have enough pickers as Cornish workers don’t last.