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June 28, Woongoolba
Australia: Pest management, plant health and market access forumIntegrated Pest Management (IPM) brings together the elements of pest prevention, pest assessment, pest mitigation and process revision.
NGIA is conducting a workshop for nursery production to provide growers with an understanding of how the Nursery Production Farm Management System brings these elements together to form the platform for an IPM system in nursery production.
- Date: 28 June 2018
- Time: 10am to 3pm (Lunch provided)
- Venue: Green Fingers Potting Mix, 709 Stapylton-Jacobs Wells Rd, Woongoolba QLD 4207
- Presenter: John McDonald – NGIA National Biosecurity Manager
- An introduction to IPM in nursery production and the key IPM elements
- Aligning NIASA and BioSecure HACCP to the key components of IPM in nursery production
- How to use BioSecure HACCP procedures to improve IPM pest management outcomes
- Informing pesticide application decisions as a part of a strategic IPM program
- National biosecurity system and market access programs for nursery stock
- Strategies for growers to implement that demonstrate biosecurity duty of care obligations are being met.
Publication date: 6/13/2018
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