Spain: Sant Jordi rose harvest hit by climate change

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Roses fill the streets of Catalonia every year on Sant Jordi April 23. Florists expect to sell 7 million roses this year, mostly imported from Colombia and Ecuador. Catalonia’s only rose grower expects to sell 50,000 roses, 15% less than last year. High winter temperatures have cut and shrunk produce.

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