The FMD Ready’s sub-project 3 team are using computer simulation software to test FMD control strategies for Australia – to be prepared in the event an outbreak occurs. Find out more about their results at https://t.co/m88AQBo5tD
A big thanks to the 1000+ producers that provided their expert knowledge in the FMD Ready Project’s sub-project 2 producer surveys! Analysis of the data is now underway. Find out more https://t.co/N7xB6uVOmL
We’re pawsitive you’ll love Petal but if you’re in pawsession of #biosecurity risks, your arrival in Aust is gonna be ruff. A passenger from Thailand brought in undeclared pork & fresh leaves infected with citrus canker. Don’t be sorry, just declare it | https://t.co/9tXzvpHHI02
On Wed 1 May the FMD Ready Project’s Beef Innovation Pilot group met for the third time since it was formed to discuss the value of training in post-mortem examination and development of an outbreak response guide. Find out more https://t.co/WPtVsF7MkL
Researchers working in sub-project 1 of the FMD Ready project have been busy collaborating with Duke-National University Singapore to develop a method for processing samples taken from the nose and mouth of FMD-infected animals.
Read more https://t.co/xKCjlyQC51
We are pleased to be hosting two #biosecurity specialists from #Vanuatu #SolomonIslands for three weeks as part of the #Pacific Plant Biosecurity Program https://t.co/w3EJhXMz0t @ACIARAustralia @CrawfordFund
The latest Farm Biosecurity News is out, with stories on JD detections in NSW, a new biosecurity manual for cherry growers, and the impact of the eradication of M.bovis on NZ cattle producers https://t.co/2dJUZnNzjo
On #WorldBeeDay take time to consider how #biosecurity protects Australia’s bees. Check out https://t.co/hErTcQrIUP for information on bee biosecurity and more
Successful eradication of this plant pest in the UK following 6 years of trapping and surveillance by @DefraGovUK
Papaya ringspot poses a serious threat to Qld's $25 m papaya industry.
If you suspect papaya ringspot disease outside of the biosecurity zones, report it to Biosecurity Queensland on 13 25 23.
Papaya ringspot: https://t.co/spaThxDc1d
Biosecurity zones: https://t.co/kwiw9mE2kl
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