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Plant Biosecurity

One of the key goals of the Tasmanian Biosecurity Policy is to minimise the threat to Tasmania's primary industries, natural environment and public health from disease and pest risks associated with plants and plant products brought into the State.

Plant Health
Information on plant diseases and identification.
Fruit Fly
Fruit flies cause enormous damage to fruit and some vegetable crops around the world. Tasmania is free of fruit fly and it is important for our hortic...
TASAG Elisa Testing
Testing for a wide range of plant viruses, some viroids and selected bacterial pathogens in a wide range of plants and seeds for a variety of clients....
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