Indian flower growers eye co-op with Turkish firms to boost sector

Flower producers in India want to cooperate with producers in the Turkish Mediterranean city of Antalya, the country's flower production hub, to increase production in their country, Srikanth Bollapally, head of Indian Florists' Council (GFCI), said on Sunday, the 21st of August.

Bollapally and the members of the GFCI met with Ali Çandır, the exchange chairperson of the Antalya Commodity Exchange (ATB), and the members of the relevant professional committee.

In his speech during the visit, Bollapally said that they produce flowers on an area of 10,000 hectares and that flower production should be increased in a country with a rapidly growing population.

Noting that they are in Antalya to share their experiences in Türkiye's flower production and trade, Bollapally stated that they would evaluate cooperation opportunities in this regard.

He stated that they had problems with ornamental plants, adding that they started various campaigns on this issue.

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