Excellence has been recognised at the Australian Biosecurity Awards which celebrates individuals, groups and organisations that support and improve Australia’s biosecurity systems.
Members are invited to have your say about future network activities by completing the NPBDN Professional Development Survey.
The Subcommittee on Plant Health Diagnostics (SPHD) is pleased to announce applications for the Diagnostic Residential Program are now open.
Manuals to help the identification of Australian plant bugs (Miridae: Heteroptera) and Lygaeoidea (Heteroptera) of economic importance have been developed and are freely available to download from the NPBDN website.
The Caterpillar Key is a free tool for the identification of caterpillars to family level, with a focus on families of biosecurity and economic concern to Australia.
The Annual Diagnosticians' Workshop (ADW) report and presentations are now available on the NPBDN members portal
Project focusing on advancing techniques for diagnosis of yellow canopy syndrome
2020 is the International Year of Plant Health (IYPH) and Australia is making the most of it by promoting how much Australians value plants, and how we can best protect them.
Expressions of interest are sought to attend and present at the Annual Diagnosticians’ Workshop 2020.