Pest-specific incursion management plan and PRA for carrot cyst nematode (VG06115)
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What was it all about?
Carrot cyst nematode had been identified by PHA as one of the top threats to the Australian carrot industry. In 2007 Hort Innovation (which was then Horticulture Australia Limited) commissioned the Department of Agriculture and Food Government of Western Australia to develop a Pest Specific Incursion Management Plan, a Pest Risk Assessment and a Diagnostic Protocol for carrot cyst nematode. It is recommended that these documents to be considered a permanent draft documents to be updated regularly as new information became available.
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This project was funded by Hort Innovation (then Horticulture Australia Limited) with the voluntary financial support of the vegetable industry.
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