Kenya is the largest supplier of cut flowers to the European Union. In Africa, it is one of the most prominent fresh flower exporting countries. Kenya has recorded growth in volume and value of cut flowers exported every year and has maintained an average growth of 20% per annum and accounts for about 40 percent of all horticultural exports. This is despite mounting competition from Zimbabwe, Zambia, Ethiopi, Tanzania and Uganda. Flowers form a major part and account for about half of Kenya’s fresh horticultural exports, many farm employees depend on the floriculture industry impacting over 2 million livelihoods. Trade in cut flowers has become an important segment of international trade in horticultural products. Due to the expansion of the flower industry, it is necessary to increase the yield of flowers, where the use of fertilizers plays an important role.