Strategic Agrichemical Review Process (SARP) - Updates (MT21005)
What's it all about?
This short investment is facilitating the 2021 Strategic Agrichemical Review Process (SARP) for each of the following industries: apple and pear, cherry, chestnut, citrus, custard apple, mango, mushroom, persimmon, sweetpotato, table grape and turf. They provide an updated view of current priorities and gaps regarding pest, disease and weed control.
Each industry’s SARP report assists in directing ongoing efforts to ensure the availability of and access to effective chemical controls for the industries, to address those needs and gaps. This may relate to pursuing chemical registration with agrichemical companies, or minor use permits with the Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA).
The SARP process involves industry consultation and desktop studies to...
- Assess the importance of the diseases, insects and weeds that can affect each industry
- Evaluate the availability and effectiveness of fungicides, insecticides and herbicides (pesticides) in the control of these plant pests
- Determine any gaps in the current pest control strategy
- Identify suitable new or alternative pesticides to address the gaps.
Surveys are available to growers to contribute to the process. Access the SARP surveys below for a range of industries:
This project is a multi-industry strategic levy investment in the Hort Innovation Apple and pear, Cherry, Chestnut, Citrus, Custard apple, Mango, Mushroom, Persimmon, Sweetpoato, Table grape and Turf Funds