Vol 6 No 1 (2000)
Cikkek

Ornamental plants in Hungary Part II. Open-ground cultivation

Published February 23, 2000
G. Schmidt
Szent István University, Dept. of Ornamental Plants H-1118 Villányi út 35-43, Budapest, Hungary
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Schmidt, G. (2000). Ornamental plants in Hungary Part II. Open-ground cultivation. International Journal of Horticultural Science, 6(1), 143-147. https://doi.org/10.31421/IJHS/6/1/87

Abstract

The main fields of open ground ornamental plant cultivation in Hungary are: Woody ornamental nursery products (trees, shrubs, conifers) (950 ha cultivation area and 4-6 million plants sold per years.; Rose bushes (around 140 ha and 2-4 million bushes per year); Perennial plants (20-30 ha and 3-4 million plants per year); Dried flowers (200-250 ha of land and a production value of 5-700.000 HUF per year). The paper is discussing in detail the structure, development and tendencies of ornamental nursery production (with figures in tabulated form) and later gives shorter assessments of the present state and perspectives of the other three fields. Finally, a list is given of the Hungarian professional associations and unions, education and research centres involved in ornamental plant growing and trade.

 

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