Redlands and Queensland Crop Development Facility

Agri-Science Queensland, Department of Agriculture and Fisheries

The Redlands Research Station provide research for the nursery, cut flower, parks and gardens, landscape and turf industries and also houses the peak bodies for these industries. Collaborative research with CSIRO, Queensland University of Technology and University of Queensland is undertaken in the Queensland Crop Development Facility.

Organisation type
  • Queensland Government – Agency
Number of research staff
Up to 20 research staff
26–40 Delancey Street, Cleveland QLD 4163

Strengths and capabilities

  • Industry development to Queensland lifestyle horticulture industries
  • Contract research with industry and research organisations
  • Management of turf grasses with industry groups
  • Research for multiple client groups in horticulture, agriculture, technology and forestry

Facilities and major equipment

  • Plant Containment Level 2 chilled water glasshouse
  • Plant Containment Level 2 evaporative cooled glasshouse
  • Lamina flow laboratories
  • Shade houses and plant propagation areas
  • 5 hectares of red soil cultivation for field trials

Key science sectors

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