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THE WAR ON DRUGS... AND CUT FLOWERS?

The war on drugs has changed the cut flower industry in many ways. For one, it has caused a decrease in the number of cut flowers available for sale. This is because the war on drugs has led to increased raids and seizures of flower farms and fields where they are grown. These raids have caused a disruption in the supply of flowers, resulting in fewer blooms being available for sale. Additionally, the war on drugs has caused an increase in the cost of cut flowers. This is because it has led to a decrease in the number of flower growers and suppliers, making it more expensive to purchase flowers.

The war on drugs has also impacted the cut flower industry by making it more difficult for growers to sell their flowers. This is because many buyers are reluctant to purchase flowers from growers who may be involved with drug trafficking. This has caused some growers to resort to illicit activities in order to make a profit, which has further contributed to the destabilization of the flower industry.

This has caused a decrease in the quality of cut flowers. This is because the raids and seizures have caused a decrease in the number of flower farmers, resulting in fewer growers with access to quality soil and nutrients. This has led to an overall decrease in the quality of the flowers being sold.

The impact on the cut flower industry caused by the war on drugs is significant . It has caused a decrease in the number of flowers available for sale, an increase in the cost of cut flowers, difficulties for growers when it comes to selling their flowers, and a decrease in the quality of the flowers being sold. It is clear that the war on drugs has had a negative effect on the cut flower industry, and its effects are still being felt today.



The floral landscape is shifting significantly with the increase of farms across the US specializing in local seasonal flowers. As customers start to become more educated about the true cost of imported flowers, they are beginning to place a higher value on locally grown.


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