Macca breakthrough: good yields in half the time

Updated November 15 2022 - 2:53pm, first published October 26 2022 - 1:00pm
Researchers from The University of Queensland have identified two desirable traits in macadamia trees to make orchards more productive and profitable. Picture by QAAFI
Researchers from The University of Queensland have identified two desirable traits in macadamia trees to make orchards more productive and profitable. Picture by QAAFI

A BREAKTHROUGH in macadamia breeding has produced young trees which can yield almost as much as a mature tree, making orchards more productive and profitable.

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