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The FloraSearch project provided a comprehensive review of a range of native plants species suitable for development as commercial woody crops (including wood fibres, eucalyptus oil, bioenergy, fodder shrubs and carbon crops). It also undertook a regional industry potential analysis to identify regions within southern Australia with the greatest potential for developing new woody crops.

A series of research reports detailing the outcomes of this project are available for free download:

  • Evaluating Agroforestry Species and Industries for lower rainfall regions of South-eastern Australia Report
  • Agroforestry Species Profiles for Lower Rainfall Regions of South-eastern Australia. Part 1Part 2
  • Review of Wood Products, Tannins and Exotic Species for Agroforestry in lower rainfall regions of southern Australia Report
  • Potential Agroforestry Species and Regional Industries for lower rainfall Southern Australia Report
  • Developing Species for Woody Biomass Crops in Lower Rainfall Southern Australia Report
  • Reviews of High Priority Species for Woody Biomass Crops in Lower Rainfall Southern Australia Report
  • Regional Industry Potential for Woody Biomass Crops in Lower Rainfall Southern Australia Report
  • Performance of Native Plant Species in South Australian Woody Crop Trials Report
FloraSearch Project