Quarantine Area Notice
- A Quarantine Area Notice (QAN) for tomato-potato psyllid is in effect in Western Australia.
- The QAN requires host plants such as seedlings or nursery stock—originating from the designated Quarantine Area—to be treated in an approved manner prior to being moved to the specified local government districts within Western Australia listed in the QAN.
- The Quarantine Area includes the Perth metropolitan area, and the local government districts listed in the QAN.
- See the tables below for the list of districts in the Quarantine Area and the list of specified local government districts where tomato-potato psyllid has not been detected.
- The QAN was developed in consultation with WA’s horticultural industry and applies to commercially-produced and home-grown host plants or nursery stock grown within the Quarantine Area.
- Treatment options apply to the movement of host plants within Western Australia only. For information relating to interstate movement conditions see Tomato potato psyllid interstate trade/market access information
- Treatment options are provided in the Approved manner of preparation for movement from the TPP Quarantine Area.
- Requirements only apply to tomato-potato psyllid host plants produced within the designated Quarantine Area. There are no restrictions for host fruit and vegetables, or machinery or equipment used in the production of host fruit and vegetables.
What local government districts are included in the Quarantine Area?
The Quarantine Area includes the Perth metropolitan area and the following local government districts. These are the red areas shown on the map below.
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What are the specified local government districts?
Specified local government districts are horticultural production areas where tomato-potato psyllid has not been detected. These are the green areas shown on the map below and include:
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More information on the QAN
See the QAN Frequently Asked Questions on this page for more information.
Quarantine Area Map