Floriculture and Commercial Potential of Orchids

  • The Economic Survey 2022-23 projects 6.5% GDP growth during FY 2024.
  • The export potential of flowering crops is very high and 70% of exports consist of dried flowers.
  • The Government of India has declared floriculture as an 'emerging industry', and has given it the status of 100% export-oriented industry.
  • Council of Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) - Institute of Himalayan Bioresource Technology (IHBT) is providing germ free valuable planting material like Tulip, Gladiolus and Lilium to the farmers in Ladakh under 'CSIR Floriculture Mission'.
  • 'CSIR Floriculture Mission' was launched in 2021 to provide training and various types of planting material ....
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