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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Crop and livestock industries are working together to promote the benefits of good planning to reduce biosecurity risks.. National PinG coordinator Kim Blenkiron says by working together, industry groups, grower groups and government could provide a seamless approach to on-farm biosecurity and planning that made it easier for growers to understand and apply... Ms Bellati says the aims of the two organisations - the Grains Farm Biosecurity Program (GFBP) and the LBN - overlapped considerably, with the same principles of biosecurity at the heart of the plant and livestock programs...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Crop and livestock industries are working together to promote the benefits of good planning to reduce biosecurity risks.. National PinG coordinator Kim Blenkiron says by working together, industry groups, grower groups and government could provide a seamless approach to on-farm biosecurity and planning that made it easier for growers to understand and apply... Ms Bellati says the aims of the two organisations - the Grains Farm Biosecurity Program (GFBP) and the LBN - overlapped considerably, with the same principles of biosecurity at the heart of the plant and livestock programs...
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Catalogue: Ground Cover
Biosecurity provides peace of mind - By Sharon Abrahams.. "Nobody wants to be responsible for spreading a pest or disease that ruins an industry and equally, nobody wants a pest or disease on their property that ruins them.".. IMAGE CAPTION: Ian Rathjen: "Nobody wants to be responsible for spreading a pest or disease that ruins an industry."..
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Catalogue: GRDC Updates (West)
Grower groups can facilitate information delivery on grain Biosecurity issues and could also have a role in neighbourhood networks to develop regional Biosecurity plans... A survey of WA grain growers was conducted in the last 2 years to determine the level and extent to which growers undertake Biosecurity best practices on their farms... Management practices that growers indicated as being implemented with a high degree of frequency were such activities as inspecting crops (Fig 4), recording seed sources (Fig 5), keeping records of grain movement (Figs 6 and 7) and general farm hygiene practices like washing down vehicles and cleaning up around silos to lesser degrees...
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