What does the University of Adelaide Act
(1971) and the Phylloxera and Grape Industry Act (1995) have in common? The answer is quite a bit.
Both were created in the same era: Vinehealth by the Phyllo... Read More...
In an effort to raise awareness
about phylloxera prevention in the digital space, Vinehealth Australia ran a
successful Instagram Influencer event in May, as part of the Responsible
Visitation Campaign (RVC).
... Read More...
Vinehealth Australia’s industry consultation on
proposed changes to phylloxera conditions within South Australia’s Plant
Quarantine Standard is coming to a close on 30 June.
We have undertaken significant ... Read More...
Do you know that Vinehealth
Australia has been keeping records of all vineyards planted in South Australia
records show that of the total area of vines planted in SA:
are 66,66... Read More...
In response to industry demand,
Vinehealth Australia has released a ‘Petite’ size option in its popular range
of Wine Tourism Biosecurity Signs.
The Petite size
has been developed for smaller, boutique cell... Read More...
Health Australia has released a new free biosecurity online training course for
growers relating to plant biosecurity, providing general education about
reporting pests and what the response process to a... Read More...
Quantifying grape-related machinery and
equipment movements during vintage is important for our industry as a part of
monitoring the potential movement of plant pests, diseases and weeds into our
It... Read More...
This year, Vinehealth Australia is celebrating 120
years of safeguarding South Australian vineyards.
The statutory body, formerly known as the
Phylloxera and Grape Industry Board of SA, was formed by an Act... Read More...
May 1 marked the start of a new financial year for Vinehealth
Australia. It’s when we begin working on our Annual Report and reflecting on
the year that’s been. Here we share some of the highlights of 2018/19.... Read More...
Australia’s industry consultation on proposed changes to phylloxera conditions
within South Australia’s Plant Quarantine Standard, is coming to a close. While
industry consultation has been underway... Read More...