2019 will be a fantastic year for global floriculture

Yes: 53%
No: 47%


Yes: 29%
No: 71%
34 stemmers

Governments should compensate rose growers whose crops are affected by Ralstonia
Yes: 53%
No: 47%
17 stemmers

The more breeders participate in FlowerTrials 2018, the better
Yes: 75%
No: 25%
20 stemmers


Yes: 68%
No: 32%
34 stemmers

The upcoming Brexit is a disaster for trade to the UK
Yes: 67%
No: 33%
49 stemmers

In ten years from now Southeast Asia will be leading in international horticulture
Yes: 22%
No: 78%
9 stemmers

It is a good thing that the board of Fair Flowers Fair Plants has decided to withdraw the label from the market
Yes: 82%
No: 18%
33 stemmers

When Marine Le Pen becomes president of France the international flower business won't be influenced at all
Yes: 40%
No: 60%
5 stemmers

There is no future for floriculture without sustainability
Yes: 63%
No: 37%
41 stemmers

A second floral fair in Ecuador is an excellent idea
Yes: 36%
No: 64%
33 stemmers

In ten years Holland will still be the centre of the world flower trade
Yes: 49%
No: 51%
37 stemmers

Scandinavia needs an international floricultural fair
Yes: 60%
No: 40%
42 stemmers

IPM Essen is the most important floricultural fair in the world
Yes: 100%
No: 0%
4 stemmers