A study of the Netherlands flower market

A study of the Netherlands flower market

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
An Environmental Approach to Positive Emotion: Flowers

An Environmental Approach to Positive Emotion: Flowers

We suggest that cultivated flowers are rewarding because they have evolved to rapidly induce positive emotion in humans, just as other plants have evolved to induce varying behavioural responses in a wide variety of species leading to the dispersal or … Continued
A study of the Taiwan flower market

A study of the Taiwan flower market

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
Investigations into the Causes of Bract Browning in Waratahs

Investigations into the Causes of Bract Browning in Waratahs

Bract browning of waratahs reduces their market value and export potential as a cut flower crop. Many environmental factors such as light, water stress and localised calcium deficiency have been implicated in the  development of bract browning. Potted waratahs of cultivars ‘Olympic Flame’ … Continued
Enhancing the Uptake of Sustainable Cut Flower Production

Enhancing the Uptake of Sustainable Cut Flower Production

Cut Flowers Best Practice Guide – Best Bunch is a Farm Management System (FMS) designed to increase the self-reliance, competitiveness and sustainability of commercial cut flower and foliage growers. The FMS is recognised as providing a focused and coordinated approach for the … Continued
A study of the USA flower market 1998

A study of the USA 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
Queensland cut flower industry development unit

Queensland cut flower industry development unit

In 2001, a HAL-funded project provided an Industry Development Officer (IDO) to work with the Flower Association of Queensland Inc. (FAQI) to build the capacity of the Queensland floriculture (cut flower and foliage) industry. The project was extended for a … Continued