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.
AFI Iss43 – Page 38-39 – Are foreign imports a strain or a gain Why are we so bothered about where the flowers do indeed come from, if our own no longer sparkle in our eyes? Let’s hope we can strike … Continued
AFI Iss46 – page 42-44 – Moving forward as a united industry For the Australian cut flower industry overall, the ideal situation would be a strong and sustainable domestic production sector which fulfils the consumer’s need for local product, while working … Continued
This Handbook is an analysis that combines all available data on production, international trade, processing volumes and fresh market distribution in order to produce statistics on 75 horticultural categories over the year ending 30 June 2016.
This purpose of this second part in the series is to present the collection of data on cut flower and foliage imports, exports and domestic production and the results of their analyses that were completed in the project. Part Two … Continued
A desktop research study to collect, analyse and interpret existing data on the volumes of imported and domestic cut flower and foliage products. By examining the data and comparing the numbers, the aim was to develop a better understanding of … Continued
Discusses cut flower and foliage imports into Australia.
Part 3 of the series explores the background to the issue and the industry’s opinions and experiences about imports, via the literature and direct discussions with the industry. Statistics on flower and foliage imports, exports and domestic production have also … Continued
A Survey conducted from 1 -30 November 2013 through surveymonkey.com. The survey had 8 questions, about florists’ attitudes and behaviour when buying products for their business.
This project has shown that the issue of imported floral products has created strong reactions within the Australian domestic production sector. Given the complexity of the issue and the number of individual aspects involved, there is a tendency towards mixed … Continued