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Marketing out flowers and potplants in Belgium


, : Marketing out flowers and potplants in Belgium. Acta Horticulturae (25): 119-126

In 1969 the production of cut flowers represented 16 per cent. and that of ornamental plants 58 per cent. of the total production of non-edible horticultural products in Belgium. As in most of the EEC countries these industries are developing rapidly in Belgium, the production of cut flowers increasing from 103 million FB in 1950 to 505 million in 1969 and that of ornamental plants from 290 million FB to 1,800 million FB in the same period.

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