Watch for botrytis

Watch for botrytis

With the wet Winter and Spring that more than half of Australia received, and the warnings of a potentially wetter-than-normal summer, the threat of Botrytis becomes a real one to anyone growing. What is it? Botrytis refers to several species … Continued
Wildflower post harvest permit approved

Wildflower post harvest permit approved

The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) recently approved a minor use permit (PER9213) to allow the use of deltamethrin and iprodione as a post-harvest dip to disinfest wildflowers before shipping. This is a renewal of an existing permit … Continued
Aussie waxflower for the world

Aussie waxflower for the world

Geraldton wax (Chamelaucium species, cultivars and hybrids) remains the best example of a native Australian flower that has established a strong position in the world flower market. Today the main producers of waxflower around the world are Israel, California, Peru, … Continued