Urban plant biosecurity: Understanding the opportunities to better safeguard primary industries

This article is about Urban plant biosecurity. Exotic plant pest transmission pathways are often closely associated with the movement of people or products, with major Ports of Entry being, in turn, being associated with high density residential urban areas and arterials, which can lead directly to production zones. However, plant biosecurity activities in urban environments throw up a variety of challenges that can complicate awareness, surveillance and response efforts.

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Categories: Australian Berry Journal, Biosecurity, Industry, Winter 21
Author: Dr Jessica Lye