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  • Anthuriums are internationally produced and traded as both cut flowers and potted blooming plants. 
  • The main Anthurium growing belts are the tropical areas of the world.
  • Anthuriun is best grown in areas having a temperature of 15 to 32 degrees Celsius and a relative humidity of 60 to 75
  • Anthurium is a genus of more than 800 species found in the New World tropics from Mexico to northern Argentina and Uruguay; species are also native to the West Indies.
  • They are grown for their brightly colored flower spathes and/or their ornamental leaves.
  • Shading from Sunlight is Necessary for Normal Growth for Anthuriums.
  • The North-Eastern States and Bastar in Madhya Pradesh are also suitable for its cultivation. The total area under the crop now is about 20 hectares. The cultivation is confined to Kodagu a very small area in Kerala, Tamil Nadu, Goa and a small part of Maharashtra
  • Damage to flowers include fading of Spathes (especially pastels) and Burning of Spadices. 
  • Many producers use saran cloth houses supported with lumber or Glavanized pipes and wire. 
  • Fertilizing should not be an issue for quite a few months. 
  • If you are going to fertilize, use a light solution of a 3:1:2 ratio and it is probably best to dilute to 1/4 strength.
  • New plants are established by dividing the roots in the spring and potting the separated pieces.
  • Anthurium is one of the top 10 cut flowers sold at the Netherlands Auctions
  • The Netherlands is a major supplier of anthurium, followed by Mauritius.
  • The main markets are Italy, Germany,Switzerland, Australia, Japan, Taiwan, Russia and the US.
General
  • Anthurium Andraeanum
  • Anthuriums Reinvented
  • Anthurium Facts
  • Anthurium Care Information
  • Anthurium Decline
  • Boom Time
  • Flower Technology
  • Seeds of Change
  • Techno Guide
  • Production Guide

Cultivation 

  • Tropical Floriculture

  • Anthurium Cultivars

  • Anthurium Farm

  • Fertilization - Anthurium Hybrid

  • Hydroponics

  • Post Harvest Quality

  • Plant Regeneration

  • Cultivation of Anthuriums

  • Cultivars & Cultivation

  • Care & Handling of Cut Flowers

  • Development & Micro Propagation

  • Commercial Production

Plant Disease

  • Bacterial Blight Control Guidelines

  • Bacterial Blight of Anthuriums

  • Black Twig Borer

  • Tomato Spotted Wilt

  • Insect Control Recommendations

  • Variation in Leaf Production

  • Anthurium Thrips  

  • Variation in Leaf

 

Varieties

  • Anthurium Varieties

  • White Lady Anthurium

  • Mauna Loa Anthurium

  • Tropic Sunrise Anthurium

  • Hokuloa & Hilo Moon Anthuriums

  • Waimea Anthurium

  • Anthurium Flamingo Flower

  • Princess, Regina

  • Red Hot Anthurium

 

Report

  • Anthurium Export - Case Study

  • Market Access - Anthurium

  • Anthurium Kerala - Market

  • Market Survey - Report

  • Market & Trade Economics - USDA

  • San Francisco Market

  • Anthurium Export

  • Import Manual

  • Chicago Report

  • Floral Stars

  • Audience Profile

  • Chronica Horticulture

  • Food & Agricultural Research Council - Paper

  • Kerala - Floriculture

  • Horticulture Development - Report

  • Biotech Report - Anthurium Industry

Market

  • Anthurium Market

  • Market Survey 2002

  • Fresh Flowers - Pauleys

  • Flower Seller - India

  • Anthurium Exporters

  • Cut Flower Exporters

  • Anthuriums as Cut Flowers  

  • Ornamental Crops - Wholesale

  • Fresh Anthurium - India

  • Cutflower Industry Report

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