Floral Industry Wilting as Virus Concerns End Gatherings, Events

Central Florida Ag News|May 2020

Floral Industry Wilting as Virus Concerns End Gatherings, Events
WITH EVERY LARGE GATHERING across the country canceled due to COVID-19, cut-foliage growers had nowhere to send their product, greenery used to decorate and accent bouquets.
TORY MOORE

The Florida cut-foliage industry is valued at more than $100 million, not including the indirect impacts of the industry. Indirect impacts include providing significant employment, international trade importance, community development and tax revenue around the state, according to UF/IFAS Extension commercial horticulture agent Karen Stauderman.

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May 2020