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The organisation of the market for carnation flowers

Acta Horticulturae (40): 481-486

The organisation of the market for carnation flowers

Carnations are the most important cut flower in the EEC countries. A large number of cuttings for flower production, but few cut flowers, enter into international trade. The main countries producing plant material for cut flower growers are Italy, Germany, the Netherlands and, to a lesser extent, France.

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