Something fun appeared in the ol’ Floralife IN box the other day: a flower care and handling video produced by the American Chemical Society. They produce a series of brief how-to videos entitled “Reactions: This is Chemistry”, which explains the science behind everyday activities. And this one contains a little surprise, so let’s take a look!
Floralife Research Updates are a valuable source of flower knowledge aimed at helping growers, transporters, wholesalers and retailers get the most from their investment, and present healthy, long-lasting flowers to the consumer. Today’s floral research addresses “Water Uptake, Fresh Weight and Vase Life in Cut Flowers with Commercial Hydration Treatment and Flower Food.” Let’s take a look!
Looking for useful tips for the postharvest processing of many different varieties of cut flowers? Then check out the newly expanded Flower Care and Handling section of the Floralife website. Wholesaler, retailer, enthusiast – there’s something for everybody. Let’s go down the list! Today’s star is the Delphinium.
Floralife Research Updates are a valuable source of cut flower knowledge. Our floral research helps growers, transporters, wholesalers and retailers get the most from their investment, and present a better product to the consumer. Today’s focus is on preventing ethylene damage, in a paper entitled, “EthylBloc™ Technology: Different Temperatures with Potted and Bedding Plants.”
Floral professionals, are you exhausted yet? You will be – Mother’s Day is one of your biggest weekends of the year. If you need a break – and can somehow squeeze one in – check out some Mother’s Day floral statistics, as well as a few interesting articles floating around the web. First, let’s look at the numbers!