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Should I grow wildflowers? Agrilink, your growing guide to better farming

Carson, C. and Beal, P. and Young, K. and Turnbull, L. and Forsberg, L. and McMah, A. and Sullivan, G. and Doull, S. (2000) Should I grow wildflowers? Agrilink, your growing guide to better farming. Manual. Agrilink series QAL 0001. Department of Primary Industries, Queensland Horticulture Institute. Brisbane, Queensland.

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Publisher URL: http://www.deedi.qld.gov.au

Abstract

Each Agrilink kit has been designed to be both comprehensive and practical. As the kits are arranged to answer questions of increasing complexity, they are useful references for both new and experienced producers of specific crops. Agrilink integrates the technology of horticultural production with the management of horticultural enterprises.

REPRINT INFORMATION - PLEASE READ!
For updated information please call 13 25 23 or visit the website www.deedi.qld.gov.au (Select: Queensland Industries – Agriculture link)

This publication has been reprinted as a digital book without any changes to the content published in 2000. We advise readers to take particular note of the areas most likely to be out-of-date and so requiring further research: see detailed information on first page of the kit. Even with these limitations we believe this information kit provides important and valuable information for intending and existing growers.

This publication was last revised in 2000. The information is not current and the accuracy of the information cannot be guaranteed by the State of Queensland.

This information has been made available to assist users to identify issues involved in the production of wildflowers. This information is not to be used or relied upon by users for any purpose which may expose the user or any other person to loss or damage. Users should conduct their own inquiries and rely on their own independent professional advice.

While every care has been taken in preparing this publication, the State of Queensland accepts no responsibility for decisions or actions taken as a result of any data, information, statement or advice, expressed or implied, contained in this publication.

Item Type:Monograph (Manual)
Funders:Rural Industries Research and Development Corporation.
Corporate Creators:Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (DEEDI), Agri Science, Horticulture and Forestry Science, Queensland Primary Industries
Projects:DAQ-238A Enhancement strategy for the Agrilink kit 'Should I grow wildflowers?'
Business groups:Agri-Science, Horticulture and Forestry Science
Additional Information:© The State of Queensland, Department of Primary Industries & Fisheries 2000. © The State of Queensland (Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation). Copyright protects this publication. Except for purposes permitted by the Copyright Act 1968, reproduction by whatever means is prohibited without prior written permission of the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation. Enquiries should be directed to Commercialisation Unit SAFTRSCopyright@deedi.qld.gov.au or telephone the Business Information Centre on 13 25 23 (Queensland residents) or +61 7 3404 6999.
Keywords:Wildflowers; protea: corroboree flower; snowballs; eucalypt; kangaroo paw; leucadendron; leucospermum; pincushion; rice flower; waxflower; acacia; wattle; mimosa; baeckea; banksia; east coast banksia; cassinia; ozothamnus; Christmas bush; everlasting daisies; flannel flower; grevillea; leptospermum; melaleuca; honey myrtle; paper-bark; ptilotus; scholtzia; common questions; marketing; cultivated wildflowers; economics; production; farm requirements; labour; machinery; equipment; pruning; fertiliser; pests; disease; disorders; harvesting; soil; slope; water supply; climate; environmental issues; postharvest; packing; Queensland; Australia; Agrilink.
Subjects:Plant culture > Flowers and flower culture. Ornamental plants > Marketing. Cut flower industry. Florists
Plant culture > Flowers and flower culture. Ornamental plants
Plant culture
Deposited On:28 Feb 2012 02:54
Last Modified:08 Jun 2015 15:59

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