Cut flower industry plan: PISC national RD&E plans (Draft)

Cut flower industry plan: PISC national RD&E plans (Draft)

This report deals with the traditional, exotic (e.g. rose, gerbera, chrysanthemum, lisianthus), orchid and tropical (e.g. heliconia, zingiber) cut flower segments of the cut flower and foliage sector. It excludes the wildflower segment which is Australian native flower production, wild … Continued
Solving problems on farm

Solving problems on farm

Successful flower growing means dealing effectively with pests, diseases, the growing environment, fertiliser needs, watering, etc. You need to become skilled at scouting for problems regularly (at least once a week) and working out what caused them. Only then can … Continued
A study of the German flower market 1998

A study of the German flower market 1998

With the rapid development of Australian floricultural products over the last decade the importance of marketplace information has become more important to both new and experienced growers and exporters. This market report prepared by the Flower Export Council of Australia … Continued
Boronia heterophylla: Selection and development of clones for commercial production

Boronia heterophylla: Selection and development of clones for commercial production

Australian plants form the largest proportion of cut flowers produced in Australia for export. The growth of this industry requires the continual introduction of new plant varieties that can extend the range and availability of flowers. Boronia heterophylla has been … Continued
New Heliconia and Ginger Varieties for the Ornamental Industry

New Heliconia and Ginger Varieties for the Ornamental Industry

New Heliconia and Ginger Varieties for the Ornamental Industry – Research Report A two-year ‘on-farm’ evaluation of nine open-pollinated (OP) Heliconia psittacorum seedling selections has been completed. The Northern Territory Government released all nine varieties to the public and members of the cut-flower growers … Continued