Laws, Nancy
February 2007
FloraCulture International;Feb2007, Vol. 17 Issue 2, p26
The article provides information on the importance of India's domestic and export floriculture in their growing economy. The country has an astonishing floriculture production area of over 103,000 hectares. The country has built modern greenhouses and adapted technology for more than a decade. Refined and delicate Indian roses have become the product of choice of some Japanese and European florists.


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