Saturday, January 19, 2008

India Flower news : Sep-Oct 2007

Dutch government lends support to floriculture in J-K, Srinagar, J&K
A high level Dutch delegation is on a three-day visit to Jammu and Kashmir to explore ways for promoting bilateral co-operation in the field of floriculture with India... The floricultural products include cut flowers, which contribute about 60 per cent of the global trade, flowering and green potted plants and flowerbed plants...

Floriculture, now a blooming sector in India
Deccan Herald, Bangalore
As the Indian economy is booming, the country is witnessing the emergence of many new industries. Following the strides of the IT and Biotechnology sector, floriculture is fast emerging as a sunrise business.. Flowers are not only beautiful to look at, growing them in a large scale can be a good business proposition too...

Growers call for formation of floriculture board
Sify, Delhi
Nilgiris florists who attended the Third International Flora Exhibition and Conference held in New Delhi last week have called for formation of a floriculture board on the lines of tea, coffee, rubber and spices board with a geological focus to boost the Nilgiris floriculture trade...

Demand from UAE boosts flower price
the Hindu, Chennai, Tamil nadu
The prices of jasmine and mullai has risen considerably in Sathyamangalam Flower Market on Monday, because of the heavy demand from UAE. Fine varieties of jasmine and mullai, grown...

Valentines Flowers and gifts in Bangalore - Flower delivery in Bangalore by grower
Flower Grower/exporter from Bangalore, Hosur

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