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.
Free online training course about biosecurity for researchers available on Plant Health Australia's
The Australian Government Department of Agriculture is running a diagnostics workshop on stink bugs and related species of Pentatomoidea targeted for those working first points of entry and diagnostic laboratories.
The invitation to NPBDN members to submit applications to develop National Diagnostic Protocols (NDP) has been extended to 15 October 2019.
Plant Health Australia (PHA) is seeking tenders for the delivery of services to begin implementing the National Plant Pest Reference Collections Strategy.
The Subcommittee on Plant Health Diagnostics (SPHD) is pleased to announce applications for the Diagnostic Residential Program and National Diagnostic Protocol Development are now open.
Scientists from the Bio-Protection Research Centre have described and named two new exotic insects present in New Zealand that wasn’t previously known about even in their native countries.