The status of plant biosecurity in Australia

The status of plant biosecurity in Australia


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The National Plant Biosecurity Status Report (NPBSR) is the latest comprehensive plant biosecurity resource detailing Australia’s plant biosecurity system and the pre-border, border and post-border activities undertaken in the last year. (more…)

Landholders in the Western region encouraged to consider pig strength meat baits

Landholders in the Western region encouraged to consider pig strength meat baits


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Landholders in the Western region wanting to control feral pigs are being encouraged to consider meat baiting, with those that participated in the recent control program for wild dogs eligible to obtain pig strength meat baits which are not currently available throughout wider NSW. (more…)

Biosecurity manuals and record templates for crop and livestock producers

Biosecurity manuals and record templates for crop and livestock producers


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The Farm Biosecurity website makes it easy for producers seeking advice on the biosecurity measures to implement on their property. With free resources for 24 industries, there’s likely to be tailored information to suit most producers. (more…)

Growers urged to keep monitoring mouse numbers

Growers urged to keep monitoring mouse numbers


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New South Wales and Queensland grain growers are being urged to ‘walk through paddocks’ to check for signs of mouse activity and crop damage to determine the need for on-going baiting applications this winter. (more…)