Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach

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Main Author: Junqueira,Antonio Hélio
Publication Date: 2018
Other Authors: Peetz,Marcia Da Silva
Format: Article
Language: eng
Source: Ornamental Horticulture
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Summary: ABSTRACT The article aims at an introductory exploration of the theme of sustainability in Brazilian floriculture, both in its segment of cut flowers and foliage and in landscaping. The study is based on bibliographic review, data collection and interpretation on the recent performance of the flower and ornamental plants market in Brazil, with emphasis on the role played by the importation of genetic material from exotic species to support commercial activity in the country. From this phenomenon and the productive and distributive concentration of the flowers and plants in the State of Sao Paulo (Holambra, Santo Antônio de Posse, Campinas, Atibaia and Mogi das Cruzes), discusses the national homogenization of taste and consumption habits and requirements for adapting exotic species. In the end, the research points to future ways of investigating the potential of native species exploration in favor of better results for the environmental and socioeconomic sustainability of the floriculture and ornamental plants sector in Brazil.
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dc.title.none.fl_str_mv Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
title Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
spellingShingle Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
Junqueira,Antonio Hélio
sustainability
native plants
ecological landscaping
consumption
title_short Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
title_full Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
title_fullStr Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
title_full_unstemmed Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
title_sort Sustainability in Brazilian floriculture: introductory notes to a systemic approach
author Junqueira,Antonio Hélio
author_facet Junqueira,Antonio Hélio
Peetz,Marcia Da Silva
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author2 Peetz,Marcia Da Silva
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dc.contributor.author.fl_str_mv Junqueira,Antonio Hélio
Peetz,Marcia Da Silva
dc.subject.por.fl_str_mv sustainability
native plants
ecological landscaping
consumption
topic sustainability
native plants
ecological landscaping
consumption
dc.description.none.fl_txt_mv ABSTRACT The article aims at an introductory exploration of the theme of sustainability in Brazilian floriculture, both in its segment of cut flowers and foliage and in landscaping. The study is based on bibliographic review, data collection and interpretation on the recent performance of the flower and ornamental plants market in Brazil, with emphasis on the role played by the importation of genetic material from exotic species to support commercial activity in the country. From this phenomenon and the productive and distributive concentration of the flowers and plants in the State of Sao Paulo (Holambra, Santo Antônio de Posse, Campinas, Atibaia and Mogi das Cruzes), discusses the national homogenization of taste and consumption habits and requirements for adapting exotic species. In the end, the research points to future ways of investigating the potential of native species exploration in favor of better results for the environmental and socioeconomic sustainability of the floriculture and ornamental plants sector in Brazil.
description ABSTRACT The article aims at an introductory exploration of the theme of sustainability in Brazilian floriculture, both in its segment of cut flowers and foliage and in landscaping. The study is based on bibliographic review, data collection and interpretation on the recent performance of the flower and ornamental plants market in Brazil, with emphasis on the role played by the importation of genetic material from exotic species to support commercial activity in the country. From this phenomenon and the productive and distributive concentration of the flowers and plants in the State of Sao Paulo (Holambra, Santo Antônio de Posse, Campinas, Atibaia and Mogi das Cruzes), discusses the national homogenization of taste and consumption habits and requirements for adapting exotic species. In the end, the research points to future ways of investigating the potential of native species exploration in favor of better results for the environmental and socioeconomic sustainability of the floriculture and ornamental plants sector in Brazil.
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