Indian sandalwood pruning management to minimise fungal attack
This RIRDC report describes the potential impacts of pruning on the heartwood rot fungal diseases within Indian sandalwood (Santalum album) in Australia associated with pruning....
Published: 17 Oct 2007
Author(s): Gregory, Mr M.J., Menary, R.C., Professor
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Saffron is produced from the careful separation and drying of the stigmas from the flowers of Crocus sativus and is (w/w) the world’s most valuable culinary spice. It is also currently receiving renewed worldwide interest for its medicinal properties.
This report describes research conducted for the purposes of:
-Evaluating the quality of saffron spice produced in Australia
-Determining how that quality may be improved through altered post harvest methodologies
-Investigating the potential for new product development from the waste flower parts and corms currently discarded.