Kenya. A flower that’s worth its weight in gold. In the 1980s in Kenya annual production of pyrethrum reached almost 30 thousand tonnes. Production declined dropping to a mere 200 tonnes in 2016. This occurred for various reasons, including the spread of lab-produced synthetic pyrethroids. Today the demand for natural pyrethrum is rising rapidly also due to the growing demand for organic products, especially in Western countries.
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