Lam Dong imports copyright flower varieties for production development

The Department of Agriculture and Rural Development in the Central Highlands of Lam Dong has just issued a plan to implement the project ‘Importing copyright flower varieties for the development of flower production’ between 2021 and 2025.
In the project, many flower varieties are imported from the Netherlands, Japan, Thailand, USA, Israel, France, Kenya, Ecuador, Spain, Denmark, and China.

According to the plan, a total of nearly 1.3 million seeds, tops, plants, leaves, and flower bulbs of all kinds such as roses, safflower (calla lily), amaryllis , daffodils, alfalfa spiralis, chrysanthemums, dahlias, ranunculus, poinsettia will be imported to serve flower production in Lam Dong with a value of more than VND14.7 billion (US$628,559).

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