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1292.0 - Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC), 1993  
Previous ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 31/05/1993   
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0111 Plant Nurseries

This class consists of units mainly engaged in propagating and growing ornamental plants, plants for transplanting into gardens (such as seedlings or young fruit trees) or bulbs. This class also includes units mainly engaged in growing turf.

Exclusions / References
Units mainly engaged in

      (a) growing flowers for seed collection are included in Class 0112 Cut Flower and Flower Seed Growing; and

      (b) growing forest nursery stock are included in Class 0303 Services to Forestry.

Primary Activities
Bulb propagating; Fruit tree nursery operation; Ornamental plant growing; Plant stock growing n.e.c.; Seedling growing; Turf growing; Vine stock nursery operation

0112 Cut Flower and Flower Seed Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing flowers or foliage for cutting for display or growing flowers for seed collection.

Exclusions / References
Units mainly engaged in growing seedlings of ornamental plants (including flowers) for sale are included in Class 0111 Plant Nurseries.

Primary Activities
Display foliage growing; Flower growing; Seeds, flower, growing

0113 Vegetable Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing vegetables (except dry field peas or beans or soybeans) for human consumption.

Exclusions / References
Units mainly engaged in

      (a) growing dry field peas or beans or soybeans are included in Class 0121 Grain Growing; and

      (b) growing vegetables for fodder are included in Class 0169 Crop and Plant Growing n.e.c..

Primary Activities
Beans growing (except dry field beans or soybeans); Garlic growing; Herbs growing n.e.c.; Kumara growing; Melons growing; Onions growing; Potato growing; Seed potato growing; Sugar beet growing; Sweet potato (kumara) growing; Tomato growing; Vegetables growing (except dry field peas or beans or soybeans); Vegetable seed growing

0114 Grape Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing or sun-drying grapes.

Exclusions / References
Units mainly engaged in

      (a) preserving (except sun-drying) grapes are included in Class 2130 Fruit and Vegetable Processing; and

      (b) manufacturing wine are included in Class 2183 Wine Mfg.

Primary Activities
Grapes growing; Grapes sun-drying; Table grape growing; Vineyard operation

0115 Apple and Pear Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing apples or pears. This class also includes growing other pome fruit.

Primary Activities
Apples growing; Nashi pear growing; Pears growing; Quinces growing

0116 Stone Fruit Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing stone fruit.

Primary Activities
Apricots growing; Cherries growing; Nectarine growing; Peach growing; Plum or prune growing

0117 Kiwi Fruit Growing

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing kiwi fruit.

Primary Activities
Kiwi fruit growing

0119 Fruit Growing n.e.c.

This class consists of units mainly engaged in growing bananas, pineapples, citrus fruit, tree nuts and other fruit n.e.c..

Primary Activities
Almond growing; Avocado growing; Banana growing; Berry fruit growing; Cashew nut growing; Chestnut growing; Citrus fruit growing; Coconut growing; Red or Black Currant growing; Custard apple growing; Fig growing; Gooseberry growing; Loganberry growing; Loquat growing; Macadamia nut growing; Mango growing; Mulberry growing; Olive growing; Passionfruit growing; Pawpaw growing; Pecan nut growing; Persimmon growing; Pineapple growing; Raspberry growing; Strawberry growing; Walnut growing





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