Micro propagation /Tissue Culturepartment of National Botanic Gardens is mandated to conduct research programs related to the floriculture sector and also contributes to the development of this sector through training programs, on site advisory services, providing information on investment opportunities in this sector as well as establishing grower organization at district level and providing assistance in the form of material, equipment and quality planting material. The floriculture sector in Sri Lanka has emerged to be a lucrative foreign exchange earning venture in the recent past. Thus it is imperative that this sector is further developed to generate income and provide employment as well. The Floriculture Research and Development Unit helps those involved in the floriculture sector realize their true potential and achieve greater profits with sustainable development of their cultivations, their surrounding environment, villages, towns, cities and the country as a whole.

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