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Do you want to help shape the future of the wine and grape industries?Vinehealth Australia is look... Read More...
On 1 March 2019, Vinehealth Australia and Australian Grape
and Wine Inc (Australian Grape & Wine) released a Biosecurity Alert advising
industry that phylloxera had been detected in a commercial viney... Read More...
you employ seasonal workers from a range of cultures on your property? Do you want
to communicate some important biosecurity information to your workers? But is English
their non-preferred language?
r... Read More...
in the news more than ever before, it’s important that everyone takes their
shared responsibility for biosecurity seriously. An important role you can play
is to look out for anything unusual ... Read More...
Despite the fact
that people can pick up pests, diseases and weeds from the soil and vines on
their clothing, shoes, equipment and tyres and spread them to vineyards they
visit, the movement of people is not a... Read More...
Using the heat shed at Naracoorte to sterilise your machinery and equipment when moving it between the Limestone Coast and other regions in SA is a great way to help minimise the spread of pests and diseases w... Read More...
Are you thinking about planting or
replanting a section of your vineyard to rootstock as part of a risk management
strategy to combat phylloxera or nematodes? Or perhaps improving drought or
acid soil toleranc... Read More...
Vinehealth Australia is eagerly
anticipating a successful #V19 for the Coonawarra Rootstock Trial. After a
couple of successive years of not harvesting the vines in the trial due to
seasonal conditions, we are... Read More...
location in the Coonawarra region offers many benefits. But one factor that’s
constantly top of mind is biosecurity.
“We’re close to
the Victorian border and we’re very aware that phylloxera... Read More...
Australia’s biosecurity detector dogs now have their
noses honed on one of the nation’s most unwanted exotic pests – the brown
marmorated stink bug (BMSB).
Head of Biosecurity for the Department of Agricult... Read More...