Nursery stock growers should build on relationships with banks, says Notcutt

January 2009
Horticulture Week;1/16/2009, p5
Trade Publication
Information about the Contact 09 nursery stock conference held in Great Britain is presented. The event features horticulture industry grandee Charles Notcutt suggesting the need for growers and businesses to build a stronger working relationship with their banks amid the economic slowdown. He recommends to raise price to cover costs, get real commitment from customers to take stocks they have reserved, establish and stick firmly to fair trading terms and reduce operating costs.


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