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Bhagyashree Patil, Rise n' Shine Group:

"Bright future ahead for Indian floriculture"

"The future for the Indian floriculture looks bright", says Mrs Bhagyashree Patil, CMD at Rise n' Shine. This Indian tissue culture producer was exhibiting at the International Flora Expo 2019 in Magarpatta, Pune, India last month and they were pleasantly surprised by the reactions and interest of the growers visiting the show.


CMD Mrs Bhagyashree Patil at Flora Expo 2019.

"Under one roof, all different spheres of agriculture like floriculture, horticulture, landscape and gardening were present at the show and everyone exchanged their product knowledge in their related field. The overwhelming reaction from the potential grower indicated a very bright future of growth to the floriculture market in India and also on the international level." 


Executive Director Mrs Dhanashree Patil with International Visitors

Rise n' Shine 
Rise n' Shine was established in 2004 and has grown over the last years. Their activities span across four interlinked verticals- Biotechnology, Floriculture, Horticulture and exotic Plant Nursery Currently, they export more than 40 million plants to over 30 countries. "Our focus of is to use science and technology for the benefit of the farmer that ultimately translates into better products for the common man." The varieties of plants they offer are, among others, gerbera, carnation, orchid, chrysanthemum, limonium, banana and strawberry etc. 


Mrs Dhanashree Patil Executive Director with guest and Business Associates.

For more information
Rise n' Shine 
Mrs Bhagyashree Patil
Email: director@risenshine.in 
www.risenshine.in    

 


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