Factors affecting irrigation scheduling in flower farming

Factors affecting irrigation scheduling in flower farming

What is irrigation scheduling? Irrigation scheduling is how often and how long irrigation water is applied to a crop with an irrigation system. Irrigation scheduling is one of the easiest ways to improve water use efficiency when growing a flower … Continued
Determining optimum irrigation scheduling techniques for key wildflower crops

Determining optimum irrigation scheduling techniques for key wildflower crops

Final Report – Determining optimum irrigation scheduling techniques for key wildflower crops The Australian cut flower industry, like most Australian primary production, is reliant on water. The recent and prolonged drought in many parts of Australia has had a negative impact … Continued
Soil and Water Irrigation

Soil and Water Irrigation

Grower Soils Sheet amended 0108 Soil is an important component of all farming systems. To understand how soils behave as a growing medium for plants, it is necessary to know something about the composition of the soil and the processes … Continued
Assessment of mulch to improve water use efficiency and productivity of in-ground native flower production

Assessment of mulch to improve water use efficiency and productivity of in-ground native flower production

Monitoring soil moisture fluctuations, weed control and productivity of the native cut flower NSW Christmas Bush (Ceratopetalum gummiferum) in under mulched and unmulched conditions has provided valuable information to support the adoption of mulching as a best management practice for sustainable in-ground flower … Continued