Reports: unless otherwise noted, these are in pdf format.

RIRDC

 

  1. Bushfood Production & Marketing information (269kb)  ( 99/158 (1999, 104pgs)

  2. Capacity Building Projects (

  3. Characterisation of antiviral compounds in Australian Bush Medicines (47kb ) 00/6 (2000, 16pp)
  4. Commercialisation of Boab Tubers  (602kb) 06/022 (2006, 42pgs)

  5. Cultivation and Harvest Quality of Native Food Crops (3892kb) 08/019 (208, 108 pp)
  6. Cultivation of Native Food Plants in SE Australia (619kb) 04/178 (2005, 84pgs)

  7. Cultivation and Wild Harvest (1364kb)

  8. Developing the Native Food Industry in SA (1) (162kb)

  9. Developing the Native Food Industry in SA (2) (168kb)

  10. Developing the Native Food Industry in SA (3) (121kb)

  11. Developing the Native Food Industry in SA (App) (548kb)

  12. DOOR - Quandong (162kb)

  13. Duboisoa manuscript (699kb)

  14. Economic Potential of Wattle (98kb)

  15. Essential Oil Flavours & Fragrances (Word 414kb) 99/125 (1999, 39pgs) 

  16. Evaluation of new plant products program (13kb)

  17. Feasibility of a Sustainable Bushfood industry in Western QLD (Word 750kb) 97/016 (1997, 112pgs) 

  18. Food Safety Standards and Labeling for Native Plant Foods (237 kb) 08/020
  19. Food Safety of Australian Plant Bush foods 01/028  (560kb) (2001, 76pgs)  

  20. Food Safety of Three Species of Native Mint (99kb) 00/038 (2000, 52pgs)

  21. Functional Properties of Australian Bushfoods  (969kb) 07/030 (2007, 45pgs)

  22. Genetic and agronomic improvement of quandong (159kb) 03/110 (159kb)
  23. Herbs for Oil (112kb)

  24. Improving access to bushfoods marketing information (269kb)  99,158

  25. Innovative Products from Australian Native Foods  (1249kb) 02/109 (2002, 90pgs) 

  26. Johnson and Johnson Solanum study (779kb)

  27. Marchant Solanum study (192kb)

  28. Marketing the Australian Native Food industry  (219kb) 00/061 (2000, 33pgs) 

  29. Methodology & viability Boronia Megastigma Plantations (531kb) 02/007 (2000, 41pgs) 

  30. Mountain Pepper Extract - Quality Stabilisation & Registration (313kb) 02/148 (2003, 70pgs)

  31. Muntries - the domestication and improvement of kunzea pomifia (883kb) 03/127 (2003, 95pgs) 

  32. Native & Scotch Spearmint Oil Production (116kb) 99/147 (2000, 24pgs) 

  33. Native Foods (Hotson) (1630kb)

  34. Outback Spirit Bushfoods (896kb) 06/037 (2006, 89pp) 

  35. Post Harvest Handling of bushfoods (735kb)

  36. Prospect of Commercialising Boab Roots as a Vegetable (602kb) 02/020 (2002 29pgs) 

  37. Researchers Extension Program for the Native Foods industry  (57kb)  03/013 (2003, 18pgs) 

  38. RIRDC Five year plan 2007-12 (519kb) 24pp

  39. Tasmannia Lanceolata - Developing a new commercial flavour product  (434kb) 99/124 (1999, 93pgs) 

  40. The effect of post harvest handling in selected native food plants (735kb) 06/021 (2006, 59pgs)

  41. Wattleseed in low rainfall areas (207kb)

RIRDC Reports with no links (you'll find them at the RIRDC site)

New Plants Products Research in Progress 06/062 (2006, 54pgs) Free

The effect of post harvest handling in selected native food plants 06/021 (2006, 59pgs) $16

Gluten Free grains 05/011 (2006, 85pgs) $26

Cultivation of Native Food Plants in SE Australia 04/178 (2005, 84pgs) $21

New Crop industries Handbook 04/125 (2004, 530pgs) $50

Genetic and Agronomic Improvement of Quandong 03/110 (2003, 28pgs) $16

The Value of Acacia Saligna as a Source of Fodder for Ruminants 02/165 (2003 55pgs) $16

Integrated Pest Management of Quandong Moth 01/172 (2001 37pgs) $16

Culinary Herbs-a market assessment 01/167 (2001, 49pgs) $16

Supporting the growth of the Australian Herb Growing industry 01/024 (2001, 9pgs) $16

Food Safety of Three Species of Native Mint 00/038 (2000, 52pgs) $16

Opportunities for New Agricultural industries 00/005 (2000, 41pgs) $16

Bushfood Production & Marketing information 99/158 (1999, 104pgs) $21

Medicinal Herbs in Tasmania 99/149 (1999, 79pgs) $16

Storage of Culinary Herbs 99/142 (1999, 75pgs) $16

Developing a Herb & Spice industry 99/045 (1999, 66pgs) $16

New Rural Industries – Financial indicators 99/038 (1999, 64pgs) $26

An introduction to Herb Growing 98/076 (1998, 23pgs) $16

Specialty Mushrooms – Improved Postharvest Handling & Storage 98/039 (1998,89 pgs) $16

Desert Ephemeral Plants as Teaching Tools 98/002 (1998, 65pgs) $16

Commercial Herb industry for NSW - an infant Enterprise 97/018 (1997, 134pgs) $21

Postharvest Handling & Packaging of Fresh Herbs 97/005 (1997, 44pgs) $16

The Domestic Market Potential for Specialty Mushrooms 94/003 (1994, 25pgs) $16

Australia’s Sandalwood Industry 06/131 (2006, 36pgs) $21

A New Essential Oil: Angonis fragans 06/090 (2006, 76pgs) $16

Prospects for Medicinal Herbs – Assessment of Market Potential for selected medicinal herb products 06/084 (2006, 71pgs) $21

Essential Oils and Plant Extracts Research in Progress 06/065 (2006, 17pgs) Free

The Australian Herbal Medicines Industry Feasibility Study 04/145 (2005, 156pgs) $35

Mountain Pepper Extract – Quality Stabilisation & Registration 02/148 (2003, 70pgs) $16

Natural Plant Extracts – Export Market Opportunities in the USA 00/051 (2000, 49pgs) $16

Essential Oils & Other Natural ingredients 00/040 (2000, 85pgs) $16

Blue Mallee 99/163 (1999, 50pgs) $16

Reducing Plant Stress using Australian Melaleuca 99/148 (1999, 103pgs) $16

Native & Scotch Spearmint Oil Production 99/147 (2000, 24pgs) $16

Essential Oil Flavours & Fragrances 99/125 (1999, 39pgs) $16

Tasmannia Lanceolata - Developing a new commercial flavour product 99/124 (1999, 93pgs) $16

Determining Pesticide Minimum Residue Limits in Essential Oils 99/123 (1999, 93pgs) $16

Medicinal Herbs & Pharmaceutical Plant Extracts 97/067 (1997, 15pgs) $16

Tea Tree p-Cymene and Organic peroxides as indicators of oxidation in tea tree oil 06/112 (2006, 55pgs) $16

Tea Tree Oil Research in Progress Report 06/068 (2006, 18pgs) Free

Published & Unpublished Tea Tree Oil Literature 05/151 (2005, 84pgs) $26

Antiviral Activity of Tea Tree Oil 05/130 (2005, 54pgs) $16

Tolerance of Pseudomonas aeruginosa of Tea Tree Oil 05/126 (2005, 52pgs) $16

Effects of Tea Tree Oil on Staphylococcus aureus Virulence Factors 05/115 (2005, 42pgs) $16

Tea Tree/Hydrogel Dressings Used in Wound Care 05/114 (2005, 34pgs) $16

Assessing the in situ efficacy of tea tree oil as a tropical antiseptic 05/113 (2005 71pgs) $31

Evaluation of Tea Tree Oil as an insecticide in Vegetables 04/064 (2004, 47pgs) $16

Regulation of Immune Responses in Human Skin by Tea Tree Oil 04/037 (2004, 33pgs) $16

Antifungal Activity of Tea Tree Oil 03/020 (2003, 79 pgs) $21

Antimicrobial Activity of Tea Tree Oil Against Oral Microorganisms 03/019 (2003, 30 pgs) $16

Safety of Tea Tree Oil – Second stage 02/036 (2002, 32 pgs) $16

Improving Australian Tea Tree Through Selection & Breeding 02/017 (2002, 104pgs) $21

Anti-inflammatory & Anti-itch Properties 02/053 (2002, 31pgs) $16

Anti-inflammatory Activity of Tea Tree Oil 01/010 (2001, 26pgs) $16

Best Practice Management for Tea Tree Oil 00/192 (2000, 44pgs) $21

Australian Tea Tree Oil – Plant Nutritional Survey 00/107 (2000, 29pgs) $16

Skin Sensitivity Testing for Tea Tree Oil 99/076 (1999, 44pgs) $16

Antimicrobial Activity of Tea Tree Oil 98/070 (1998, 52pgs) $16

Development of the North Queensland Tea Tree industry 98/006 (1998, 39pgs) $16

Towards Non-Chemical Control of Weeds in Tea Trees 97/063 (1997, 98pgs) $21

Controlling insect Pests in Tea Tree 97/062 (1997, 64pgs) $16

Why Cineole is not Detrimental to Tea Tree Oil 97/054 (1997, 128pgs) $21

Improving Tea Tree Yield & Quality Through Breeding & Selection 97/053 (1997, 52pgs) $16