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Children have the chance to meet a scientist and take part in fun biosecurity surveillance activities during the school holidays as a result of the Department of Agriculture and Food partnering wit
The Boosting Biosecurity Defences program is a collection of projects and activities that aim to increase Western Australia's capability to prepare for and respond to biosecurity issues affecting W
European house borer (EHB) Hylotrupes bajulus is a destructive pest of seasoned coniferous timber including pine, fir and spruce.
Residents in Alfred Cove and surrounding suburbs can help keep an unwanted fruit pest at bay by ensuring no fruit or vegetable material is present in their green waste for verge collection.
The Department of Agriculture and Food has confirmed the detection of six Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) in the Alfred Cove area.
EHB Restricted Movement Zone (RMZ) Maps.
Radish flea beetle (Phyllotreta chotanica Duvivier 1892) is present throughout Asia and feeds on the leaves of cruciferous crops such as cauliflower, cabbage, cress, bok choy, broccoli and
The Department of Agriculture and Food is reminding commercial and backyard fruit and vegetable growers to report any unusual pests in their crops after Queensland fruit fly (Qfly) were recently fo
The Australian plague locust is a declared pest under the the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007.
Citrophilus mealybug (Pseudococcus calceolariae) is a serious pest of many horticultural crops that can downgrade fruit quality and affect fruit production.