AFI Magazine – Issue 62, February 2018 – Page 12-13 Most industries in Australia are represented by industry associations. Typically not-for-profit, industry associations provide members with a range of services, including lobbying on their behalf, support and training. Some associations offer some … Continued
AFI Magazine article – Issue 60 December 2017 – Page 6 The flower industry has been successful in obtaining funding from the federal Department of Agriculture and Water Resources to undertake a project which will reduce fragmentation, build leadership skills and improve communication within … Continued
Protected and threatened plants in the cut-flower industry: sustainable management plan 2018–22 continues the system to facilitate and regulate sustainably harvesting and producing material for the cut-flower industry in NSW. The tools and strategies in this plan support the long-term … Continued
Trend and colour with flowers.
This Three-Year RD&E Plan outlines the new, emerging and other core funded plant industries’ research, development and extension (RD&E) objectives from 1 January 2015 until 30 June 2018. These objectives have been shaped by the RIRDC Corporate Plan 2012–2017 which … Continued
CQNFA Newsletter Mar 2000 Contents Letter to the Editor New Research Project Products wanted Agvet legislation review Green Expo IT training Grow Search Latest RIRDC Releases IHM requirements Fastest growing markets Grevillea as a cut flower Grants available Chemsmart IHM … Continued
CQNFA Newsletter Dec 1999 Contents Growing Australian plants The soil Yates information QFGA Update Propagation Workshop Strategic planning workshop Price Exploitation Emerald Agricultural college
Costs and Returns for Kangaroo Paw in Central Australia Kangaroo Paw is a perennial crop which generally does not produce a marketable crop until its second year. The costs and returns information given here are the establishment costs and an … Continued
Cook’s Riceflowers After several experiments with growing a wide variety of flowers, the Cooks decided on rice flowers, believing that they were very hardy natives that could cope with dry weather without much irrigation. “Our first harvest consisted of 13 … Continued
Coloured shade nets We suggest that the coloured net technology can be applied to enhance commercially desired plant responses, thus substituting the use of growth regulators or pruning.