Fall armyworm podcasts launched to help growers

The PBRI has launched three podcasts on the impact and management of fall armyworm for growers across Australia.

Australia participates in a global collaboration for plant health

A PBRI paper on 'Science diplomacy for plant health' was published in the scientific journal Nature Plants, coinciding with the IPPC International Year of Plant Health 2020.

Bright future for plant health research

The Minister for Agriculture, Drought and Emergency Management, David Littleproud, announced that the funding for the PBRI has been renewed.

Australia joins international plant health research network

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Australia’s PBRI has signed an MOU with the European Phytosanitary Research and Coordination network, Euphresco.

Fall armyworm in Torres Strait and Far North Queensland

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Fall armyworm (Spodoptera frugiperda) is an exotic pest that has recently been detected for the first time in the Torres Strait and at the tip of Cape York in Far North Queensland.

Launch of IYPH in Oz

Garnering support across Australia to protect plants from pests and diseases was the aim of the launch of the International Year of Plant Health at Parliament House, Canberra on 6 February 2020 supported by the PBRI. For the first time in…

New pest reporting and responses course for researchers

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A new course called ‘Researchers – Pest Reporting and Responses’ has been launched on Plant Health Australia’s Biosecurity Online Training (BOLT) platform which provides free access to plant biosecurity e-learning courses. The course…

EPPO–Euphresco Colloquium

The EPPO–Euphresco Colloquium ‘Plant Health at the age of metagenomics’ brought together scientists and regulators who are involved in plant health. By sharing experiences and information, together we can better understand the possibilities…

Call for authors

Springer Science + Business Media has expressed strong interest in publishing a second edition of The Handbook of Plant Biosecurity, Principles and Practices for the Identification, Containment, and Control of Organisms that Threaten Agriculture…

The International Year of Plant Health 2020

Year 2020 has been declared as the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) by the United Nations General Assembly to emphasise the importance of plant health protection in ending hunger, reducing poverty, protecting the environment and boosting…