Corporate entry Institute of Horticultural Development (1993 - )
State of Victoria
- February 1993
Knoxfield, Victoria, Australia
- Plant science and Advisory or regulatory body
- Knoxfield, Victoria
The Institute of Horticultural Development (IHD) was established in February 1993. Originally the Institute was part of the Victorian Department of Agriculture and was later part of the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.
IHD is now part of Agriculture Victoria (AV), the Victorian government's research and development infrastructure for delivering scientific rigour and new technologies for the nation's food and agriculture industries.
From their Web site, February 2002: "The Institute for Horticultural Development will improve and sustain the competitiveness of Australia's horticultural industries by delivering effective scientific services and technologies."
- Department of State and Regional Development, 'Ornamental Horticulture 1997', in Guides to Current Research in Victorian Universities, Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre, 2000, http://www.austehc.unimelb.edu.au/asaw/exhib/awvs/horticulture/rmit.htm#169. Details
Created: 16 December 1999, Last modified: 17 June 2010
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