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Flower production, consumption and trade in the USA

, : Flower production, consumption and trade in the USA. Acta Horticulturae (25): 212-230

The floricultural industry in the US is changing dynamically in location and economic organization of production, and in methods and locations of distribution. The industry is becoming more exposed to foreign competition and may expect further changes. Current annual wholesale value of flower crops produced in the US is over $500 million, or about $2.5 per caput. Over 20,000 farms are engaged in greenhouse and outdoor flower production with small family firms dominating numerically.

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