Aussie Passion for Plants Continues to Bloom
While the landscape of the Australian backyard is changing, our passion for spending time outdoors isn't. In Newspoll results released today, an astounding 86% of Australians believe that the health, wellbeing and relaxation benefit their garden provides is the top reason they spend time in their backyards.
2010 Awards - submissions increased, unique Gala Dinner to come
Entries for the 2010 Nursery & Garden Industry (NGI) Awards have now closed and NGIA is pleased to announce there has been a 70 per cent increase in submissions from last year!
Nursery & Garden Industry develops pest, disease & weed identification tool
Nursery & Garden Industry Queensland (NGIQ) in collaboration with Nursery & Garden Industry Australia (NGIA) have produced an ‘Insects, Beneficials, Diseases, Disorders and Weeds of Nursery Production' electronic identification resource.
Awards close soon - get your submissions in!
The 2010 Nursery & Garden Industry Awards close at 5pm Frirday July 24, 2009 for hardcopy submissions via post and 12 midnight, Sunday July 26 for submission via email. The countdown is on, so be in quick to take advantage of this invaluable opportunity.
National Invasive Plants Survey - we need your assistance
NGIA is conducting a national invasive plants survey to address the gaps in knowledge and help us establish the level of awareness growers and retailers have regarding the plants they sell.
Nursery & Garden Industry Awards 2010
New awards, reduced submission requirements, simplified entry criteria, greater winner benefits
Entries for the 2010 Nursery & Garden Industry Awards open June 1, 2009 and close July 26, 2009.
Nursery & garden industry fights invasion
The nursery and garden industry is proud to announce the release of its Grow Me Instead booklets, launched in Melbourne on April 1 in conjunction with the Melbourne International Flower & Garden Show (MIGFS).
CNP scholarship offers students incentive for continuing development
For the first time, the industry's Certified Nursery Professional CNP program is offering two lucky horticultural students the chance for an expenses paid trip to attend the Urban GreenScapes Symposium 2009 and the Nursery & Garden Industry National Conference and Exhibition to be held in Canberra from February 17 to19, 2009.