Who are the best and worst places to grow flowers?
The best and the worst places for growing flowers?
It’s an ever-evolving question.
And there are a lot of different answers.
The flower industry in California is in a transition, according to Chris Wiggett, president of the California Growers Association.
I don’t know if it’s a good thing or a bad thing, but it’s kind of a transitional time,” he said.
California flower farmers are still growing flowers.
But the number of flowers they grow has plummeted from roughly 2 million in 2005 to about 1 million in 2013.
More than 20 years after the state began allowing people to grow marijuana on their own, the industry has seen a sharp decline.
“The numbers are up, and the quality of the flower is down, and so there’s an increase in illness,” he added. “
We have about 20,000 plants that have been destroyed,” said Dr. Daniel J. Crespo, a clinical professor at the University of California, San Diego, and an expert in the disease-causing effects of marijuana.
“The numbers are up, and the quality of the flower is down, and so there’s an increase in illness,” he added.
A recent study found that one-third of California’s dispensaries are shuttered.
According to the California State Growers Organization, just under 1.2 million plants have been planted since 2009, with the vast majority of the state’s new growth occurring in the Bay Area and in the San Francisco Bay area.
There’s not much that can be done to save the California flower industry.
WiggetT said the industry is in need of some good news, but there’s not a lot out there to rally around.
We need a statewide solution that will help California flower growers.
To that end, Wiggo said, the state should take a proactive approach.
It needs to develop a statewide program to encourage people to have their own gardens, or to encourage more people to become growers, he said, adding that a statewide cultivation program would help alleviate the strain on the industry.