Last summer, Grasse faced extreme droughts, resulting in some producers losing nearly half of their harvest. High temperatures affect the future quality of roses and prohibit some flowers, such as tuberose, from growing. [Carole] Biancalana felt these impacts directly: this year, her tuberose harvest dropped by 40%.
— Read more in Climate crisis brings whiff of danger to French perfume capital at The Guardian.
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