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The cut flower trade is a highly competitive global market. Waxflowers are grown around the world—often in countries with lower cost structures or closer proximity to our main markets. Western Australian producers can only compete if their product stands out from the crowd in terms of quality, presentation and uniqueness, however, it still has to represent good value for money.
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Western Australia, Waxflowers, Floriculture
Horticulture | Other Plant Sciences | Plant Breeding and Genetics
Seaton, K, and Poulish, N. (2010), Production of premium waxflowers. Department of Agriculture and Food, Western Australia, Perth. Bulletin 4778.
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