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Surveying for virus

Have you been looking out for virus symptoms over the past couple of months, whether you’ve been on a harvester, walking rows to collect maturity samples, or fixing irrigation leaks? In Australia, looking ... Read More...

Share what you see

We love it when members of our biosecurity tribe provide us with insights into unusual things they see, to ensure we can stay abreast of new pests and diseases on the horizon. On 13 March, Lian Jaensch, Ex... Read More...

Sheep and vine biosecurity risk

Following our popular article on sheep agistment and biosecurity last year, we thought it was timely to remind you of the key points. If you’re planning to agist sheep on your vineyard, taking the time to... Read More...

Positions Vacant Non-Executive Directors

Vinehealth Australia SA Government Statutory Authority Paid, Adelaide meetings, several positions available Do you want to help shape the future of the wine and grape industries?Vinehealth Australia is look... Read More...

#V19: Keep your eyes open

With biosecurity 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...

#V19: Hosting visitors safely

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...