Plant Business

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Presentation by Slade Lee on 21 July 2012 to Tropical Crops and Biocommodities at QUT, Brisbane.

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Plant Business

  1. 1. Slade LEEDeveloping horticultural business opportunities inremote Australia from traditionally-used native plantsProtecting associated Aboriginal Intellectual Propertyto provide benefit sharingUse Bush Tomato (Solanum centrale) to develop amodel for future prospects1 of 12Plant Business Project
  2. 2. Plant Business Project: ActivitiesPlant Business comprises these Activities:• Aboriginal Community engagement• Aboriginal custodian approval• Sourcing plant material from traditional lands• Gathering plant-related environmental & cultural information• Genetic analysis• Phytochemical analysis2 of 12
  3. 3. Plant Business Project: ActivitiesPlant Business comprises these Activities:• Developing toxicity diagnostic• Varietal selection trials & phenotyping• Plant breeding pilot study• IP protection strategy3 of 12
  4. 4. Plant Business Project: Project MapCommunity EngagementPlant ScienceTK & IP ProtectionField TrialsOutcomesimprovedplantvarietiesmodels forindustrydevelopment robust supplychain &marketingAboriginal IPprotection4 of 12
  5. 5. Plant Business Project: Project MapAboriginalcommunitiesCleanGROWRobins FoodsCommunity EngagementAboriginalcommunitiesRemoteBizAboriginalcustodianapprovalcommunityengagementsourcing plantmaterialplant info,environment,& storiesCommunity EngagementPlant ScienceTK & IP ProtectionField TrialsOutcomes5 of 12
  6. 6. Plant Business Project: Project MapPlant ScienceSouthernCross Univ.geneticanalysisdevelopingtoxicitydiagnosticphytochemicalanalysisCommunity EngagementPlant ScienceTK & IP ProtectionField TrialsOutcomes6 of 12
  7. 7. Plant Business Project: Project MapAZRISouthernCross Univ.Field TrialsplantbreedingDUS field trialvarietalselection &field trialCommunity EngagementPlant ScienceTK & IP ProtectionField TrialsOutcomes7 of 12
  8. 8. Plant Business Project: Project MapCommunity EngagementPlant ScienceTK & IP ProtectionField TrialsOutcomes8 of 12SouthernCross Univ.Univ. NewEnglandTK & IP Protectionnew plantvarietiesethicalstrategieslegalstrategiesPhD student projectPhD student project
  9. 9. Plant Business Project: Project Map9 of 12
  10. 10. Plant Business Project: Objective10 of 12develop• horticultural varieties for creating• commercialisation opportunities in remote Australia with• native plants traditionally-used by Aboriginal peopleassess and exploit ways of• protecting Aboriginal Intellectual Property via instruments of• IP law and other legal provisions national and international, and by• ethical marketing approaches?
  11. 11. Plant Business Project: Outcome11 of 12• protection strategies for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander IP• expansion of remote enterprises using horticultural varieties ofBush Tomato• model for development of other bush plant enterprises• employment opportunities and financial independence inremote Australia• economic and cultural value of Traditional Knowledgerecognised
  12. 12. Plant Business ProjectDesert Garden ProduceAboriginal Corporation

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