The Food and Agriculture Organization has launched the United Nations’ International Year of Plant Health for 2020
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The International Year of Plant Health is being celebrated in Australia in 2020
The theme of the year is ‘Protecting Plants, Protecting Life’ because plants impact our lives every day.
The IYPH2020 is being led globally by the United Nation’s Food and Agriculture Organization – visit their site.
You are invited to get involved in the celebrations in Australia.
The closing ceremony for IYPH will be in Helsinki on 1 July 2021.
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
Plant Health Australia is counting down to the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) 2020. PHA and the Department of Agriculture are helping to coordinate promotion of the year in Australia.
Plans to celebrate the International Year of Plant Health in 2020 are gearing up. We speak with John McDonald, National Biosecurity Manager, to find out what is in store and why you should not wait until next year to “protect plants, protect life”.