Through the Revitalising School Farms initiative, the Tasmanian Department of Education and the Hagley Farm School Visitor Centre are working together to educate students on biosecurity.
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The Wellesley Islands Rangers are exemplars of the Indigenous Ranger Biosecurity Program, playing a crucial role in protecting northern Australia from new pests, weeds and diseases from unregulated pathways.
The National Priority List of Exotic Environmental Pests, Weeds and Diseases was released today which delivers on a recommendation of the 2017 review of Australia’s biosecurity system.
The Sydney Institute of Agriculture welcomes your attendance at their annual Research Symposium series, highlighting the advances in plant health research at the University of Sydney and across Australia.
Director of Templeton Farming Enterprises
Coordinator, National Xylella Preparedness Program, Wine Australia and Hort Innovation
Four of the largest potato producers in Australia want to convert potato waste into new products by partnering with Fight Food Waste CRC
Garnering support to protect plants from pests and diseases is the aim of the launch of the International Year of Plant Health at Parliament House, Canberra, on 6 February 2020.
Greg Fraser of Plant Health Australia said this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of protecting plants from pests and diseases.
Minister for Agriculture Bridget McKenzie said the theme for the year underlined the need for everyone to understand and take seriously their role in protecting Australia’s biosecurity
The Food and Agriculture Organization has launched the United Nations’ International Year of Plant Health for 2020
There will be an IPPC International symposium on limiting the spread of contaminant pests at the Pullman Sydney Hyde Park in Sydney from 3-4 March 2020. You have until 13 December to nominate