Australian Wildflowers observed overseas – Kangaroo Paw As with the majority of other cut flower crops in Israel, kangaroo paws are grown for winter-spring flowering to fit in with the export season.
Production Management The Australian wildflower industry has the opportunity to expand its export markets by increasing the quality and variety of flowers marketed, according to a new research report.
Agronomy Kangaroo Paw Kangaroo paws have attractive flowers that are in demand for cut flower, landscaping and flowering pot plant use. They are in the top three of the commercially grown Australian native cut flowers in Australia. It is only … Continued
Assessing the vase-life of Kangaroo Paws Cut flowers must withstand harsh conditions during transport, particularly to export markets. The maintenance of quality is particularly important for these markets and the vase life which the consumer can expect is a major … Continued
effectiveness-bio-controls-imported-fresh-cut-flowers Fresh cut flowers are perishable commodities that can rapidly lose quality and vase life. Importers aim to get the imported produce into the market as quickly as possible. While recognising this commercial imperative, the department strives to ensure biosecurity … Continued
ProceedingsNFC2005 Program and proceedings from the Australian Native Flower Conference in 2005
Wildflower Study Tour Japan Lodi Ongoing success in the Japanese market and indeed most other markets depends in part on the continual building of relationships with customers. WildFlowers Australia Ltd (WFA) has encouraged attendance at this event since 2006 and the … Continued
Tropical Products Transport Guidebook This handbook takes a broad approach to maintenance of quality of fruits, vegetables, plants, and flowers during transportation. In that regard, proper planning, grading, packaging, and precooling practices are emphasized as these are particularly important for … Continued
Flowers by Sea – Improving market access for Australian wildflowers This project has investigated using sea freight to export Australian flowers and foliages. In recent times shipping times have decreased and container technology has improved, providing more reliable control of temperature and … Continued
Nursery Industry Biosecurity Plan To ensure its future viability and sustainability, it is vital that the Australian nursery and garden industry minimises the risks posed by exotic pests and responds effectively to plant pest threats. The Industry Biosecurity Plan for … Continued