News

Monster of the week: Xylella

Vinehealth Australia Technical Manager Suzanne McLoughlin and James Hook, McLaren Vale Agronomist and Grapegrower, attended the Australian Government’s International Xylella Symposium in Brisbane in May. Xylell... Read More...

60 seconds for safe shoes

Recent studies have shown that a 60 second treatment is required to demonstrate 100% mortality across six key strains of phylloxera. Dr Kevin Powell reports. Grape phylloxera usually spreads from vineyard to v... Read More...

Important update: levy payments

Notices of Assessment for the annual levies payable under the Phylloxera and Grape Industry Act 1995 (Act) were sent to all registered vineyard owners in South Australia in early June. The due date for payment ... Read More...

New team for biosecurity responses

From July, a new initiative called the National Biosecurity Response Team (NBRT) will provide a national pool of government personnel who are fully trained and prepared to act in biosecurity emergency responses... Read More...

Mapping moments in time

Key to many Vinehealth Australia activities is geographically-referenced data, which allows us to interpret data for patterns. Vinehealth’s GIS Specialist Brendan Tully produces a range of maps that can be fou... Read More...

Plant health conference

Vinehealth Australia is looking forward to the 2017 Science Protecting Plant Health Conference to be held in Queensland later this year. A joint conference of the Australasian Plant Pathology Society and the P... Read More...

Getting to know us

To help you understand more about who we are and the activities we undertake, we have produced a handy factsheet called ‘Who is Vinehealth Australia’. It can be found on our website here: https://vinehealth.com... Read More...