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Home  >  Horticultural Crops  >   Specialty Cut Flower Production and Marketing (Summary)

Specialty Cut Flower Production and Marketing



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By Janet Bachmann

Published: 2006

Updated: 2006

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Introduction

Specialty cut flower production has the potential to increase income for both small and large farms. This publication discusses several marketing channels and lists flowers suitable for various markets. It covers production basics, harvest and post-harvest handling, business planning and record keeping, and resources for further information.

Table of Contents

Introduction
What Should I Grow?
Markets
Production Basics
Harvest and Postharvest
Summary
Related ATTRA Publications
References
Web Resources

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