With the eventual establishment of Varroa mite in Australia considered likely, the focus of the project
In partnership with Plant Health Australia (PHA), this project will deliver sustainable pollination services for Australian crops
The Masterclass in Horticultural Business is the first of its kind in Australia.
SITplus: Port Augusta QFLY SIT factory pilot operation Jointly funded by Hort Innovation and the Government of South Australia
This project will attract newcomers to the horticulture sector and drive innovation by building a new pool of industry leaders.
One of the main objectives of the Naturally Nutritious project, led by the University of Queensland
Contamination of fruits, vegetables and nuts can be a significant challenge for the horticulture industry, negatively affecting the ‘clean, green and safe’ reputation, both in the domestic and export markets.
This project brings together a consortium of researchers from Macquarie University and Western Sydney University to investigate the suitability of various plants species under current and future climate scenarios.
This project, in partnership with the University of Wollongong, will provide the first systemic evidence on the health benefits of green space on people, from birth to older age.
Asia Fruit Logistica is Asia’s largest horticultural trade show, with over 11,000 key decision makers attending the event from over 74 countries.