Abstracts are now open to present at the 2022 Annual Diagnostics and Surveillance Workshop (ADSW). The ADSW 2022 theme is 'Integrated to inspire and innovate' with three sub-themes. The organising committee is keen to receive submissions from across the spectrum of NPBDN and PSNAP members (industry, government and research).
May 24, 2022
The Subcommittee on National Plant Health Surveillance (SNPHS) is pleased to announce applications for the Surveillance Residential Program are now open to take the opportunity to get in the field or visit another workplace to learn new skills about plant health surveillance. PSNAP members are invited to apply for funding…Details
The National Plant Biosecurity Strategy provides a national framework to strengthen Australia’s plant biosecurity system. It sets the focus and strategic direction for plant biosecurity activities, and drives the way for effective collaboration and action by all participants, including governments, plant industries and the community. The strategy’s vision for 2031…Details
Plant Health Australia (PHA) has recently revamped three online courses that now offer greater interactivity and designs to enhance the online learning experience.Details
Call for PSNAP Surveillance Residential project applications 2021 have been extended until 15th December.Details
Experts warn that with warm and wet conditions across Victoria have created favourable conditions for Queensland fruit fly to breed. (Shared from Agriculture Victoria).Details
Call for PSNAP Surveillance Residential project applications 2021.Details