Queensland Sustainable Lifestyle Horticulture Project

Queensland Sustainable Lifestyle Horticulture Project

Freshlogic has been commissioned by the Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (DPI&F) to assist the lifestyle horticulture industry adjust to the current challenges being experienced by businesses in the industry. This project is required to develop a strategic direction for the … Continued
HAL Project FL05002 National floriculture magazine Final Report

HAL Project FL05002 National floriculture magazine Final Report

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
Where have all our industry groups gone?

Where have all our industry groups gone?

Australian Flower Industry article lamenting the loss of industry leadership at the regional level and highlighting the importance of industry groups.  Urging the industry to rediscover the power of local and regional industry groups. AFI magazine Issue 63 – April 2018 Author Shane … Continued
Breeding of eucalypt bud and flower lines

Breeding of eucalypt bud and flower lines

This project is the first in Australia or overseas to address the breeding of eucalypts for the cut stem sector of ornamental horticulture. All currently existing cultivars were developed for amenity horticulture, and are not suitable for the new and … Continued
The Queensland cut flower industry and climate change

The Queensland cut flower industry and climate change

In Australia, it seems likely that the government will implement regulatory legislation and policies over the next 5 to 10 years to address the issue of climate change, which will directly impact business operations and procedures.This document considers the possible … Continued
Commercial potential of NSW flora workshop proceedings

Commercial potential of NSW flora workshop proceedings

The main objectives of the workshop were to identify which components of the New South Wales flora have greatest potential for commercialisation and to highlight which aspects of these species should be researched. A subsidiary, but important objective was to … Continued