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No mimosa from Abkhazia for this March, 82011-03-05 19:32
The information about the Abkhaz mimosa brought to Russia being contaminated is the result of competition. According to Apsnypress, such opinion is shared by the Abkhaz Agricultural Research Institute. One of these days, the media published information that the Abkhaz mimosa is contaminated with the western (California) flower trips. The branches of this species of acacia are one of the few goods exported from Abkhazia.gt-en-newsitem-inside
"We are definitely speaking of competition. Mimosa has been brought from Abkhazia within dozens of years for March, 8 and no one made any claims", - Director of the Agricultural Research Institute Lesik Ayba said in an interview to the journalists. This type of virus is spread in the South of Russia and in Georgia where the flowers of the "whitened" acacia, or simply "mimosa", grow. It is also sold but no one has any claims against it, according to the Institute of Botanics at the Academy of Sciences of RA.
According to the scientists, this year, mimosa started blooming a month earlier because of the uncommonly warm weather in Abkhazia. As of March 5, businessmen managed to export no more than 30 tons of the plant. The specialists sadly stated that many Russian bunches will lack the aroma of the Abkhaz mimosa on this International Women's Day.