Flower farming will smell the life of farmers

Author : Dr. Pramod Murari

Floriculture can be seen on the float of cash crops. These days farmers cultivating traditional crops are also getting attracted towards floriculture. Whether it is the time of marriage or festivals, there is always a demand for flowers. Till a few years ago, only flowers like marigold, rose, tuberose, etc. were commercially cultivated. But now commercial cultivation of many indigenous and foreign flowers is being done on a large scale in our country. If you also want to do floriculture then read this post carefully. From here you can get some important information related to floriculture.

Which flowers are in high demand?

  • Marigold, rose, pear, chrysanthemum, tuberose, zinnia, gladiolus, lily, petunia, carnation, gerbera, peony, sunflower, lotus, etc. are in high demand for flowers.

Where are flowers used?

  • These flowers with different colors and lovely fragrance are used in the decoration of various ceremonies, in making bouquets and in auspicious works.

  • Along with this, perfumes, pan masala, Ayurvedic medicines, mouth wash and many cosmetics are also prepared from many types of flowers.

benefits of floriculture

  • Floriculture farmers can get more profit at less cost.

  • Plant maintenance costs less.

  • Along with this, the incidence of pests and diseases is also less in flowers as compared to other crops.

  • Due to early preparation, different floriculture can be cultivated 5 to 6 times per year depending on the season.

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We hope this information will prove to be important for you. If you liked this information, then like this post and also share it with other farmer friends. So that other farmer friends can also get this information related to floriculture. Ask us related questions through comments.

21 September 2021


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