The Growing for Queensland strategy development is underpinned by a comprehensive engagement process, including 13 regional stakeholder workshops.
In the "Reply and Vote" section below, you'll see all the ideas generated from each workshop to date.
We encourage you to reply and vote on these ideas.
The Queensland Government’s strawberry breeding program is developing heat-tolerant strawberry varieties that will be adapted to a warmer climate. These plants have been selected for their high performance in locations with higher temperatures.
Irrigators of the Queensland Murray–Darling Basin are working to expand into high-value horticulture, driven by the need to use water resources for the highest ag value. By diversifying, irrigators can produce more with less, reduce their irrigation allocation and increase returns.