JORDAN GOES FOR FLOWER POWER


By UPOV Notification No.93 the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan has indicated its commitment to the protection of plant varieties with effect from 24 October.

The IPKat welcomes Jordan's commitment to UPOV, which is continuing to gain momentum in terms of membership despite the relatively small scale of economic activity protected by it.

UPOV treaty here. UPOV's 56 Memember States here; 57 varieties here.
Flora of Jordan here.
JORDAN GOES FOR FLOWER POWER JORDAN GOES FOR FLOWER POWER Reviewed by Jeremy on Sunday, October 10, 2004 Rating: 5

1 comment:

  1. Searching for a cool buy flower directory i came across your blog. I felt like I needed to send her buy flower myself. I totally agree with your post and then some!!

    Thanks

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