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PETALING JAYA: With no lorries allowed to transport flowers out of the farms, the lockdown has severely affected the livelihood of farmers as they are forced to throw away their fresh produce.
PETALING JAYA: Permission for the floral industry to operate during the lockdown beginning Saturday (June 12) brings great relief for businesses in the industry, say floral shop owners.
PETALING JAYA: The floral industry has been allowed to operate during the ongoing lockdown starting Saturday (June 12), says Datuk Seri M. Saravanan.
PETALING JAYA: Flower farmers in Cameron Highlands are forced to throw away tonnes of flowers each day as florists all over the country are closed during the lockdown.
DESPITE his old age, a 72-year-old barber in Melaka is soldiering on in raising his five grandchildren with his 64-year-old wife after the kids’ parents died in recent years.
JOHOR BARU: Mothers Day is driving the demand for flowers, especially from Malaysians stranded in Singapore.
PETALING JAYA: Flowers that are often associated with love and affection have had little use during the movement control order (MCO) period, resulting in tonnes being thrown away.
CARTAGO, Costa Rica (Reuters) - Costa Rican flower farmers have started destroying lilies, roses and chrysanthemums they have lovingly tended for months after the coronavirus outbreak led to the suspension of flights to markets in the United States and Canada.
(Reuters) - Dani Hahn was terrified as she watched dozens of firefighters racing to light a small blaze that they hoped would clear enough space to halt the giant wildfire advancing on her rose farm at the foot of Southern California's Santa Ynez Mountains.