Sign In / Up

Add contribution as a guest

Your email will not be displayed publicly
Benefit of signing in/signing up to personalize comment

Comment as a guest

Your email will not be displayed publicly
Benefit of signing in/signing up to personalize comment

Login

Not a member Register   Forgot Password
or connect using
 

Email

 

Rudaw

Kurdistan

Kurdistan Region imports flowers worth $50 million every year

By Rudaw 5/11/2017
-
Every year, $50 million worth of flowers are imported into the Kurdistan region, mainly from Holland, Turkey and Iran to be used for gifts or decoration.

In order to grow properly, flowers require a suitable environment, taking in all variables such as air, weather, soil and temperature.

Only about 20 percent of flowers are grown locally as the environment is not suitable for year round planting and growth, therefore some flower shops only produce and sell seasonal plants.

 

 

Comments

 
Data pager
Previous
12
Page size:
PageSizeComboBox
select
The Kurdish Boy | 5/11/2017
Kurd, buy weapons not flowers .
H | 5/11/2017
You can grow them in greenhouses. Kurd should be self sufficient in everything
Hamid Kirkuki | 5/11/2017
The man did not had food to eat he was going to bathroom with hourse. Turkish proverbs.
Azad | 5/11/2017
@ the Kurdish Boy This shows that the Kurd love peace and not war! Unfortunately, all our neighbors love the opposite...
Peter | 5/11/2017
well you do need something to smile about my friend especially come the days of Victory and Independence,, the trick is to bring in the bulbs come fall and grow them indoors for everyday people and for buisness to have growing areas indoors . more or less home grown jobs could come of it
Post a New Comment
Comment as a guest or Login for more enhanced interactive experience

Be Part of Your Rudaw!

Share your stories, photos and videos with Rudaw, and quite possibly the world.

What You Say

BIJI KDP BIJI YPG | 11/24/2017 10:27:11 AM
The Kurds of Bashur will not accept this. I love Barzani and I stand with YPG!
Erdogan sees likely cooperation with Assad against YPG
| 2 hours ago | (1)
What a SHAME! | 11/24/2017 2:46:56 AM
I am wondering: Do the KRG and its stupid spokesman, Safeez Dizayee, understand that by calling on the Iraqi government to respect the ruling of the...
guest2002 | 11/24/2017 10:24:11 AM
as I was suspecting , only morons are allowed to be part of KRG.DIDM'T IRAQI COURTS ,JUST RULED AGAINST THE KURDISH VOTE ??? HOW DUMB CAN YOU GET???...
KRG asks Baghdad to respect Federal Court ruling on referendum
| 16 hours ago | (3)
duroi | 11/24/2017 10:18:05 AM
UN is a membership club of states who pay membership fees and UN officials represent their interests. UN condemns the ISIS attack in Tuz Khormatu,...
The ethical missteps of Jan Kubis between Erbil and Baghdad
| 5 hours ago | (1)
Mohamedzzz | 11/18/2017 3:46:05 PM
Nobody can believe these politicians, the most corrupt politicians in EU are the Spanish politicians.
Hander Duukani | 11/24/2017 9:26:56 AM
Please stop relating the Spanish and Catalonian situation. There is no comparison. The unfortunate coincidence of the Catalonian referendum and the...
Spanish PM calls 'bodies on the streets' threats a lie
| 17/11/2017 | (2)

Elsewhere on Rudaw

Erdogan sees likely cooperation with Assad against YPG 2 hours ago |

Erdogan sees likely cooperation with Assad against YPG

In politics there is nothing called "no way at more
Opposition calls for direct talks with Syria government 5 hours ago |

Opposition calls for direct talks with Syria government

Opposition says it has no conditions for talks to more
Gorran unveils 7-month interim government roadmap 14 hours ago | (2)

Gorran unveils 7-month interim government roadmap

Gorran focuses on finances and Peshmerga more
0.671 seconds