Any person must pay a levy if he grows the following horticultural products:
(1) all vegetables grown in the open and sold for human consumption, including watercress but excluding potatoes;
(2) all soft fruit and orchard fruit, including nuts but excluding:
(a) varieties of apples certified as cider apples, and varieties of pears certified as perry pears, by the Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board;
(b) hops; and
(3) all flowers (whether cut or in pot), foliage, flower bulbs, corms, tubers and rhizomes;
(4) all hardy nursery stock including:
(a) fruit trees, bushes and canes, strawberries for runner
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