Plant Surveillance Network

Meet some of our incredible members

The collaborative surveillance activities enabled by PSNAP will not only lead to better outcomes but will also enable surveillance stakeholders to identify capacity gaps and work together to resolve them.

Paco Tovar
Forest Biosecurity Manager, Australian Forest Products Association

Quality surveillance data begins with quality sampling. Advances in mechatronics and data solutions integrated with diagnostics is improving metadata and traceability to our surveillance outputs.

Rohan Kimber
Research Scientist - South Australian Research and Development Institute - SARDI | Primary Industries and Regions; Affiliate Senior Lecturer – University of Adelaide

PSNAP not only enables us to connect with our peers in surveillance across the plant industry community, it also facilitates the exchange of ideas, inspires innovative thinking, and opens doors to new opportunities.

Shakira Johnson
Biosecurity Coordinator for Farm Biosecurity | AUSVEG

PSNAP is an important platform for connecting our citrus industry exotic pest surveillance program, CitrusWatch, with other surveillance programs throughout Australia. This helps us learn from other programs and reduce duplication of survey activities.

Dr Jessica Lye
Citrus Biosecurity Manager | Citrus Australia Ltd

It is important to have mechanisms in place to allow consistent, robust and sustainable plant biosecurity surveillance systems that identify and coordinate surveillance priorities and activities within the plant industries, government, environment/community.

Veronica Hayes
Surveillance Coordinator, Plant Biosecurity and Diagnostics Branch | Biosecurity Tasmania Primary Industries and Water Department of Natural Resources and Environment

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