Recent pest arrivals
Plant biosecurity industry advice
The status of plant pests and diseases in NSW and other states changes frequently as new detections occur, pests spread or an eradication is effective. Changes to pest status require changes to legislation to assist in maintaining continued market access. Controls are put in place to minimise risks to production, the economy and the environment. Changes to legislation which impact producers and stakeholders are communicated by means of an industry advice.
Information provided in the industry advice is based on knowledge and understanding at the time of writing.
- July 2021 – Upcoming changes to import conditions into the Riverland Pest Free Area
- June 2020 – Importing Mediterranean fruit fly host material from declared areas in South Australia ( PDF, 301.56 KB)
- December 2019 – Changes to NSW tramp ant entry conditions ( PDF, 281.3 KB)
- December 2019 – Changes to Condition 27 for empty used bins to South Australia (PDF, 275.57 KB)
- May 2019 – Permits issued to allow lupin grain from WA and SA into NSW on strict conditions (PDF, 133.89 KB)
- September 2017 – Changed conditions for moving blueberry rust host material into South Australia (PDF, 71.82 KB)
- January 2017 – New import conditions for moving blueberry rust host material into South Australia (PDF, 66.05 KB)
- December 2016 – Grapevine Phylloxera (PDF, 72.69 KB)
- October 2016 - Changes to NSW Plant Diseases legislation (PDF, 62.05 KB)
- June 2016 - New requirements now in force for Pyriform scale host plants grown in WA (PDF, 61.56 KB)
- February 2016 – Amended certification requirements for ‘Potatoes for Propagation’ entering the NSW Seed Potato Protected Areas for PSTVd (PDF, 110.13 KB)
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