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Horticulture Crop Input Price Inflation 2022

Horticulture Crop Input Price Inflation 2022

Teagasc Horticulture Development Department have revised the figures on input price inflation first reported in November 2021, to reflect the full extent of inflation in the past twelve months up to March 31st, 2022.

Download Horticulture Crop Input Price Inflation 2022 here (PDF) 

The key objective of this report is to surface up to date facts about specific inputs price increases, to apportion the relative importance of inputs to the different sectors of horticulture production arriving at average increases in costs of production in each sector up to March 2022.

There is a commentary by sector in the report for mushrooms, nursery stock, soft fruit, top fruit, vegetables, and high wire crops.

Finally, the report speaks to the current and potential impacts of very high input prices for primary producers now and for the rest of 2022 season. This is now the second report of this type, the original report published on November 9th, 2021 can be found at: Horticulture Input Costs 2021 - Impact Assessment

For more information on the contents of this report, contact Mr Dermot Callaghan at dermot.callaghan@teagasc.ie  or at the Horticulture Development Department, Teagasc, Ashtown, Dublin 15, Ireland | D15 KN3K. 

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