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In plantations with planting densities of 2,500 trees per ha, this equates to a yield of approximately 12,500 kg per ha per annum: 12,500 kg of green leaf, once dried, will have a weight loss of over 50%; therefore, the dry weight recovery per hectare would be in the vicinity of 6,000 kg. 5% recovery, should be just under 200 kg of essential oil per hectare per annum. CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATION Anise myrtle has not yet gained the recognition it deserves, mainly due to its lack of documented research, unlike other Australian Native plants.
The value of other ingredients and processing costs in creating the processed product makes it difficult to ascertain the margin that applies to the bush tomato component per se. Furthermore, there is a complex supply/demand relationship with an unknown upper price limit in the value chain where purchasing resistance becomes a factor. One of the key drivers in this relationship is the seasonal climate variability in the arid zone where fruit is produced. g. watering livestock) during drought. 24 Australian Native Plants AGRONOMY As seen earlier, the bush tomato industry is not large.
Quadriloculatum), but not to S. centrale (Latz, 1999). 5 M (AUD). , 1982). Both diploid (n = 12) and tetraploid forms of the species S. centrale have been reported (Randell and Symon, 1976). S. 5 m in height and breadth, with grey-green hirsute entire leaves. It bears flowers typical of the genus, medium in size with purple corolla and erect connivent (adjacent but not fused) yellow anthers, producing rounded pale yellow fruit up to 2 cm in diameter at maturity which shrivel to a dark-brown or red-brown raisin-like appearance typically retained on the plant (Bean, 2004; Symon, 1981; Whalen, 1984).