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I just finished reading the Huffington Post article, “Eco Etiquette: What’s The Environmental Cost Of Cut Flowers?” by Ms. Jennifer Grayson who made her best effort to inform her audience on the “environmental truth” about purchasing flowers this Valentine’s day. … Continue reading

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There certainly was an understood response by those in California agriculture when Yahoo published their blog post, “College Majors That Are Useless,” and listing Agriculture as the #1 most useless degree. Between the blogging, the Facebook comments and the local … Continue reading

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Two Rose Parade Floats are Certified “CA Grown” As you know, there is always a story behind every great story.  This story isn’t any different.  The Rose Parade’s  story is that this local event has become a 123-year old tradition … Continue reading

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San Diego Flower Farmers Mel Resendiz and Diana Roy hand out “CA Grown” stickers to people who had come to see the CalPoly float. The rose parade may in fact be the largest floral design competition in the world.  Granted, … Continue reading

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While the Tournament of Roses was celebrating its 123rd Rose Parade this weekend, with over half a million parade attendees and tens of millions watching on TV worldwide, a small delegation of California flower farmers descended on Pasadena to celebrate … Continue reading

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