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floriculture

[′flȯr·ə‚kəl·chər]
(agriculture)
A segment of horticulture concerned with commercial production, marketing, and retail sale of cut flowers and potted plants, as well as home gardening and flower arrangement.
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It is more profitable than growing vegetables or rearing animals," said Biswajit Paul, a floriculturist.
Fayaz Ahmad, a tulip grower, said that now floriculturists in the valley region are confident of optimum gains since they have learnt from the Dutch expert latest innovative modes of growing tulips.
Cytogenetic monitoring of a group of Italian floriculturists.
Most college-educated floriculturists go to work for industry.
This year a quarter of a million visitors are expected to flock to Holambra, the small municipality in the interior of the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, where a "family" cooperative of Dutchmen and their descendants have created a reference center for florists, floriculturists, and ornamental horticulturists.
On the other hand, the floriculturists have shown 124 plants species.
6 ( ANI ): Floriculturists at Asia's largest Tulip Garden here have sowed fresh and new varieties of the flower with an aim to attract tourists during the next flowering season.
Farmers and floriculturists talked about the significant profits involved in the business.
In order to promote floriculture marketing, buyers and sellers meetings will organized regularly between Indian and foreign floriculturists in convention hall to exchange technical know- how and establish business linkages to promote profitable floriculture business opportunities mainly to 5000 farming families in the state.
Agartala, Jan 23 (ANI): Admirers of colourful and fragrant flowers thronged the Tripura Legislative Assembly Garden to witness the annual flower show-cum-competition for floriculturists here on Saturday.
The show is seen as a platform for floriculturists and prospective customers from parts of the state and outside.