Safety data sheet for safe handling of Floralife 200 Clear Storage Solution.
Health and safety precautions when handling floral foam.
There are several factors which play a part in keeping the quality of cut flowers at a high level: (1) the grower (2) moisture balance. (3) nutrient balance (4) temperature, (5) humidity, (6) ethylene, and (7) microbial activity. While at … Continued
Concise, practical guidelines for shippers handling cut flowers by air are needed to ensure an industry-wide standard of excellence. Industry analysts stress the importance of quality and reliability in the increasingly competitive global market for cut flowers.
Quality specifications for 32 major flowers, with photographs and recommendations for harvesting and postharvest handling, have been produced in a parallel publication, linked to the manual. The manual also includes fact sheets for 16 important flowers and advice on many others. This is … Continued
Tips for florists on post harvest flower care and handling from Chrysal UK.
This chart covers the most commonly grown wildflower cut flower and foliage products for which a quality specification or product fact sheet is available. The Australian wildflower industry supplies many other products (both species and varieties of the products listed here, … Continued
Correct postharvest treatment and handling is essential if flowers are to maintain quality during marketing and export. This project has produced a workbook that provides growers and exporters with practical information about postharvest treatment of fresh wildflowers. The book, Postharvest Handling of … Continued
Safety data sheet about using Floralife 300 Clear Vase Solution.