When it comes to horticulture and the production and trade, it can be concluded that Australia is a nation that remains pretty active. Not only does it deal with fruits, vegetables and nuts, it also produces and supplies other horticultural products such as cut flowers, nurseries and turf.
As of 2019:
Australia declares itself to be a net exporter of fresh horticultural goods. For the year ending in 2019, the country has exported over 826,669 tonnes of fresh horticultural products. However, this figure excludes the presence of nursery, turf and flower categories. In the graph below, the imports are represented in negative tonnes.
Article by: Hari Yellina (Orchard Tech)