An initiative of the Flower Association of Queensland Inc. (FAQI) in 2003 was to produce a publication devoted to the interests of the commercial cut flower and foliage grower. It commenced with 32 pages and was a forum for information … Continued
Heliconia spp. (Heliconiaceae) Fact Sheet Northern Territory Government publication
Working at heights Falls are a major cause of death and serious injury in Australian workplaces. Fall hazards are found in protected cropping environments by working on roofs, operating machinery for maintenance, and loading and unloading trucks.
Information about reducing the costs of water useage
Addresses misconceptions involving mixes and substrates, misconceptions regarding the efficacy of chemicals, misconceptions about watering practices, misconceptions about controlled release fertilisers (CRFs) and, last but not least, misconceptions about water pH and its effect on soil pH.
A brief overview of the Australian wildflower industry for your information.
Career opportunities in Lifestyle horticulture.
The outcome of this project is several new varieties of Scholtzia involucrata that have great potential as cut flowers as well as garden plants. Varieties can now be grown that provide growers with flowering plants from mid November through until at least … Continued
Growing conditions are important in determining flower and leaf quality. Quality is usually greatly improved by light shade, fertiliser and irrigation.
Thryptomene is an important filler product from the Myrtaceae family, to which waxflower belongs. It has similar postharvest handling requirements to waxflower.