AFI – Growing Great CO2

AFI – Growing Great CO2

From late autumn to early spring CO2 could help to increase the production. Especially when the production in this period is lower than in the rest of the year and it’s a “cheap” way to increase production and the quality of  flowers.
AFI – New process replaces methyl bromide

AFI – New process replaces methyl bromide

A new method for ridding harvested fruits and vegetables of insect pests and microorganisms, without the use of ozone-depleting chemicals like methyl bromide, has been developed by researchers at UC Davis.
AFI – The realities of marketing for florists

AFI – The realities of marketing for florists

Marketing is something that a lot of small business people, including florists, do not fully understand, enjoy or feel confident in. It can (but does not need to) get expensive, doesn’t always work and requires an input of time and energy when … Continued
AFI Case Study -Water Use Efficiency

AFI Case Study -Water Use Efficiency

After discussing the results of the first assessment with Stuart, it was decided that flow rates could be increased by combining irrigation stations. During the following 12 months, Stuart trialled combinations of stations, and found that three stations could be run together, … Continued
AFI – In lieu of flowers

AFI – In lieu of flowers

Whenever I see, “Please make a donation in lieu of flowers, I think: why are they picking on florists? While giving to charities should be encouraged, why does it have to be at the expense of the floristry industry?
Australian Flower Industry Magazine

Australian Flower Industry Magazine

The purpose of this final report is to summarise the Australian Flower Industry project for HAL and others, including future funding recipients. Unique activities undertaken by this project have been emphasised, particularly those activities concerning the objectives of the Project.
National Floriculture Magazine

National Floriculture Magazine

The AFI magazine is now a vibrant and informative publication for the floriculture industry which works as a very successful communication tool to provide information and advice that will assist flower growers from both the traditional and native/wildflower sector in expanding and … Continued
The Australian Flower Industry Magazine

The Australian Flower Industry Magazine

The purpose of this final report is to summarise the Australian Flower Industry project for HAL and others, including future funding recipients. Unique activities undertaken by this project have been emphasized, particularly those activities concerning the objectives of the Project.