Ecuador Flower

Ecuador Flower. The national symbols of Ecuador are representatives of the symbols used by Ecuador to represent the nation, reflecting different aspects of cultural life and history. Official symbols or symbols of Ecuador’s political constitution.

Official symbols
The official symbols of Ecuador are established by law.
National Flower Rose – “Chuquirahua” – Unofficial National Flower Emblems
National Tree – Cinchona pubescens – “Quina” – Exemplary view in Podocarpus National Park
The floral industry
The floral industry is one of the highest industries in many developing and underdeveloped countries. Floriculture as an industry began at the end of the 19th century in the United Kingdom, where flowers were grown on a large scale on vast estates.

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The current floral industry is a dynamic, global and fast-growing industry that has experienced significant growth rates in recent decades. In the 1950s, the world trade in flowers was less than US$3 billion. By 1994, it had reached US$100 billion. In recent years, the floral industry has grown by six per cent per year, compared to $101.84 billion in world trade in 2003.
The floral industry consists mainly of three main components: growers, wholesalers and retailers whose activities are very intertwined. Recent trends tend to eliminate intermediaries, so that flowers are available at very low prices.

 

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Ecuador-roses

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The current floral industry is a dynamic, global and fast-growing industry that has experienced significant growth rates in recent decades. In the 1950s, the world trade in flowers was less than US$3 billion. By 1994, it had reached US$100 billion. In recent years, the floral industry has grown by six per cent per year, compared to $101.84 billion in world trade in 2003.
The floral industry consists mainly of three main components: growers, wholesalers and retailers whose activities are very intertwined. Recent trends tend to eliminate intermediaries, so that flowers are available at very low prices.

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Roses-ecuador flowers

The focus on production has shifted from traditional producers to countries where they are better and where production and labour costs are lower. This has led to a paradigm shift in the floral industry. The Netherlands, for example, has shifted attention from flower production to the flower trade, although it plays an important role in the development of fluoricultural genetics. The new production centres are generally developing countries such as Ecuador (the world’s largest producer and exporter), Colombia (Ethiopia), Ethiopia, Kenya and India. Other players in this global sector are Israel, South Africa, Australia, Thailand and Malaysia. New Zealand, the position in the southern hemisphere, is a common

Yelow Rose Ecuador Flowers
Yelow Rose Ecuador Flowers

source for the peoples of Europe and North America.
In Africa, Kenya is the largest exporter, providing a high percentage of flowers in Europe. The industry is represented by the Kenya Flower Council. In South America, Colombia is the largest producer and exporter of flowers, accounting for 82% of its flowers imported by the United States. In the United States, producers report that 3 out of 4 flowers in the United States are grown outside the United States, with Colombia being the largest exporter. The United States has a free trade agreement with Colombia that has reduced the cost of Colombian flowers in the United States. Ecuador has become, in recent years, the leading South American producer and is well known worldwide for its high quality and high-capacity processing processes due to the location of Rose Farms at high altitude.

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