Flower Farmers Rush to Move Product Before They Wilt

There is nothing like the smell of fresh-cut flowers. Flowers are there for the happy times and the sad. They can say “I love you” and sometimes say “I’m sorry.”

Many might think the agricultural industry is thriving during the coronavirus pandemic due to the high demand for food, but flower farmers across California are not seeing big business.

Instead, they’re seeing record low sales, prompting a rush to get flowers sold before they go bad.

To read the rest of the story, please go to: NBC San Diego