Plant Biosecurity

One of the key goals of the Tasmanian Biosecurity Policy is to minimise the threat to Tasmania's primary industries, natural environment and public health from disease and pest risks associated with plants and plant products brought into the State.

In this Topic

  • Plant Import Restrictions
    Information about the requirements you must meet in order to import plants, plant products (incl. seeds) or agricultural machinery into Tasmania.
  • Plant Biosecurity Manual
    A manual to help importers, exporters and the public understand the import and export requirements of plants and plant matter authorised by the Plant Quarantine Act 1997 (Tasmania).
  • Biosecurity Tasmania Import Risk Analysis Assessment Processes
    Biosecurity Tasmania undertakes Import Risk Analysis reporting processes of pests and diseases of biosecurity concern.
  • Pests and Diseases
    Information on pests and pest management.
  • Plant Health Laboratories
    Information on the services provided by the Plant Health Laboratories.
  • Tasmanian Plant Biosecurity Pest Lists
    Explanation of the 'three tier' pest (and disease) categorisation system used to classify the level of risk a given pest presents to Tasmania.
  • Light Trap Data
    This page contains weekly counts for the moths of several pest species caught in a 160 watt mercury vapor Rothamsted-design light trap located at Stony Rise near Devonport.

‚ÄčSee also

Weeds

Contact

Plant Biosecurity
Phone: 1300 368 550
Email: Biosecurity.planthealth@dpipwe.tas.gov.au