Kathmandu November 5
Tihar Flora Expo 2080, an exhibition fair of Tihar-targeted fruits, nurseries and herbs, which was conducted for five days at Bhrikutimandap, was concluded on Saturday. According to the Organizer Nursery Business Association, the five-day Tihar Flora Expo saw a turnover of more than 60 lakhs worth of fruits and plants.
Ramji Prasad Timilsina, Chairman of the Nursery Business Association, said that more than 30,000 people visited the fair, which started on October 14th. Different types of fruit plants and nurseries were kept for display in 62 stalls.
At the fair, there were stalls of essential materials needed for the protection of plants including fruits, nurseries, herbs, fertilizers, seeds, seeds, pots, tools. It is said that traders have traded fruits, plants and tools worth 50 thousand to 1 million more from the stalls set up at the Tihar Flora Expo. The businessman said that because the demand for Godavari and Sayapatri for Tihar was so high, the stalls were sold almost empty. As outdoor indoor plants of many species can be found in one place, the connoisseurs of flower plants crowded the fair and the businessmen were happy that the fruits and plants produced by them were sold well.
On the last day of the fair, on Saturday, the stalls were empty due to the huge crowd of customers, so the organizers said that fruits and plants were sold. The Nursery Business Association has said that the Tihar Flora Expo, which was held for the first time for the rights and interests of the businessmen and for the convenience of the customers, was a success. Rabin Kumar Gautam, coordinator of the Expo, who organizes such fairs to promote the market of fruit plants produced by businessmen and meet the demand of consumers, told Nepal Manthan.