Can peony roots open up a Chinese medicine market in Tasmania?

Duncan Bailey
December 12 2023 - 5:30am
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture PhD candidate Celia van Sprang. Picture supplied
Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture PhD candidate Celia van Sprang. Picture supplied

A PhD candidate from the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) is investigating if the state could produce medicine for the traditional Chinese medicine market (TCM), potentially opening up new pathways for the state.

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Duncan Bailey

Duncan Bailey

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Duncan is The Examiner's health reporter and is passionate about all things happening in the North-East. Got a story? Get in touch: duncan.bailey@examiner.com.au

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