The Tingua and Florverde

“Flower farms are one of the areas that lots of wetlands. These flower farms have an important and unusual role, because the Tingua depends on these high-productive systems to survive”
Dr. Luis Miguel Renjifo

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FSF standards as an unexpected way to facing COVID-19 in the flower sector

The coronavirus has strongly affected the world and the vast majority of economic sectors, where the flower industry is no exception. In the first weeks of the pandemic, sales decreased dramatically, with the added concern of being in one of the most important seasons for the industry: Mother’s Day. However, the sense of responsibility and commitment with the earth and the thousands of workers led to all the necessary measures being taken with great speed to guarantee the stability of all.

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Florverde indicator system was born in 1998 to support business management, evaluate the performance of the floriculture sector, through a series of socio-environmental indicators, which, when collected and interpreted appropriately, offer information on the sustainability of the floriculture.

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