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  1. Biosecurity (Boneseed) Control Order 2017

    Primary Industries Notices. 2. Biosecurity (Boneseed) Control Order 2017 under the Biosecurity Act 2015 1. ... Name of Order. This Control Order is the Biosecurity (Boneseed) Control Order 2017.

  2. Biosecurity Act 2015 No 24

    Biosecurity (Banana Bunchy Top Virus) Control Order 2017 (PDF, 299.3 KB). ... Biosecurity (Boneseed) Control Order 2017 (PDF, 157.2 KB).

  3. Weeds

    More detailed information is available in the Biosecurity Regulation 2017, Biosecurity Order (Permitted Activities) 2017 and other documents at dpi.nsw.gov.au/biosecurityact. ... Generally, a control order will be made to prevent the introduction of, or

  4. State-of-Biosecurity-Report.pdf

    the second State of Biosecurity Report will outline its effectiveness. the introduction of the Biosecurity Act 2015 and the Biosecurity Regulation 2017 provide controls for the movement, distribution, cultivation and control ... the Biosecurity Act 2015

  5. Supplementary-Information-Paper-Weeds.pdf

    Weeds to be eradicated Control Order: Management of weeds that are the targets of approved eradication programs. ... being introduced to their land. • Weed must be suppressed as required by the Control Order.

  6. Mediterranean fruit fly information and biosecurity

    This basic hygiene measure, referred to as sanitation, is the basis for most pest control programs. ... monitor your plants regularly. keep records. Conditions of movement. There are conditions of movement relating to Medfly set out in the Biosecurity

  7. Johne’s Disease (JD) in Cattle

    The 12 months Johne's - Biosecurity Assurance Scheme (J-BAS) transition arrangements for NSW beef producers ceases at 30 June 2017. ... CCA are urging beef producers to develop their farm biosecurity plans by 1 October 2017 when it’ll be a requirement

  8. Our partners & programs

    Local Control Authorities can appoint officers, who have the authority for weeds under the Biosecurity Act. ... The program continues in key locations across NSW and focuses on strengthening collaboration and improving the capacity of all stakeholders

  9. Red-eared slider turtle

    by the NSW DPI or in accordance with the National Environmental Biosecurity Response Agreement. ... Further information on this issue can be obtained from the following link: Prohibited Dealing (Pest Animal Management) Exemption Order 2017 (PDF, 161.86

  10. Biosecurity Act 2015 factsheets

    More detailed information is available in the Biosecurity Regulation 2017, Biosecurity Order (Permitted Activities) 2017 and other documents atPDF, 268.7 KB). ... Control Order (PDF, 128.9 KB).

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