Don't go batty over an exotic disease! Great initiative from Wildlife Health Australia and various industries https://t.co/CJrF1ozr9g
Attn: WA cattle producers! @DAFWAmedia have provided you with an update on requirements for Johne's Disease https://t.co/vdWBma8SU1
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Thanks for sharing @GrahamCentre !
Handy list of resources w/ info about new Johne's disease regulations coming into force: https://t.co/MmrqYddbnY #agchatoz @livestockbionet
Funding for 3 important plant #biosecurity projects to protect industry from pests & support exports ops. #Mildura | https://t.co/fD5bPP1LHm
Bee surveillance boosted at 32 of the nation’s riskiest ports https://t.co/uW7F3Bf4m6 @ABCRural @Ruralweekly @FruitnetNews @planthealthaust
John McDonald @#HC17 presenting on "Reducing The Biosecurity Risk in Planting Material". Highlighting BioSecure HACCP as a systems approach
#VinehealthToughQuestions: Do we have an understanding of potential #xylella vectors in Australia? We're asking to ensure we're prepared...
"Australia is keeping a close eye on high-risk plants that could bring in #XylellaFastidiosa" - @DeptAgNews's Susie Collins.
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