February 2005
FloraCulture International;Feb2005, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p34
Presents several innovations for the floriculture industry in Europe. Features of the Rose Monte Christo Forever and Phalaenopsis Lady Macbeth; Usage of the airtop silo roof; Tips on using the Porta Carello towage system.


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