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Rose farm in Ecuador.
Van der Deijl Roses, a Dutch based company with two rose farms in Ecuador and one in Ethiopia, recognized a decrease in price. "At our farm in Ecuador, the sales for Womens day closed yesterday. We noticed a drop in price of 15%, compared to last year" says Brussee. This is mainly caused by the current situation in Russia and Ukraine. "The Russians and Ukrainians are eager to buy flowers, but they have less to spend."
"For this reason, we are lucky that we export to many different countries", says Brussee. Even though, they still have to deal with other factors that affect their sales, like weather conditions. "Ecuador, for example, is known by its mild climate that ensures optimal cultivation conditions. However, the nights were very cold over the last months. Therefore, the production is lower than usual. The same counts for our farm in Ethiopia."
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