Although the amount of fresh-cut roses exported to Singapore from China is not very large, it has taken the first step. "Not only to satisfy the domestic market but also to go abroad and have a place in the international flower market." Wang Tianle, deputy general manager of the Lanzhou New Area Agricultural Investment Group, said.
Lanzhou New Area has increased investment in modern agricultural technology in recent years, and the flower industry has developed rapidly. Every day, hundreds of thousands of cut flowers are sent to all parts of the country. This way, it has become a flower distribution center and trading center in Northwest China.
"The flowers from Langzhou are very popular in Singapore," Wang said. He also told that Singapore, as an Asian flower trade center, is also a distribution center for high-end flowers.
The flower park in the Lanzhou New Area is currently the largest intelligent greenhouse for roses in China. The greenhouse is expected to plant 1.369 million cut-rose seedlings. After full production, it is expected to produce more than 100,000 cut roses per day.
According to Wang Tianle, the greenhouse adopts soilless cultivation technology with rock wool blocks, integrating modern technology such as intelligent climate control systems, recyclable irrigation systems, artificial light, and biological control.