Below is a bit of blurb from their Vegetable page where you'll find that really cool link.
VegetablesYou'll find plenty of general information about growing veggies on the internet and in books and gardening magazines. There can be problems, however, applying it to Qld conditions. Many beginners have surely been discouraged after relying on such information. This page will concentrate on issues likely to be particular interest to Qld gardeners, particularly those in the tropical and subtropical areas. Techniques for growing veggies in small spaces, pots and containers will also be of interest to many gardeners in this state.
Some of the big problems most Queenslanders to face when trying to grow fruit and vegetables:
- Extreme heat and sunlight intensity throughout warmer months
- Lack of well-defined seasons and lack of intense chilling in winter
- Drought and watering restrictions. Reliance by some on bore water.
- Poor native soils
There are two main approaches for Qld vegetable gardeners working towards a productive garden:
- Cultural techniques (e.g. winter cultivation instead of summer, provision of shade etc)
- Selection of suitable varieties, including species originating from tropical regions