Native grasses make new products – a review of current and past uses and assessment of potential

  • 28 pages

  • Published: 12 Jun 2015

  • Author(s): Chivers, Ian, Warrick, Richard, Bornman, Janet, Evans, Chris

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The project assessed the feasibility of commercially exploiting new products derived from Australian perennial grasses. Although used selectively for targeted purposes such as land restoration, landscaping and lawns, today these grass seeds remain unexploited as commercially cultivated crops for food grains, animal fodder, fish food, nutritional additives, cosmetics, and pharmaceuticals.