Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association
Tasmanian Farmers and Graziers Association

Biosecurity Advisory - Routine Import Risk Analysis

Routine Import Risk Analysis for Green snail Cantareus apertus (Born 1778)

This Import Risk Analysis (IRA) has been conducted as part of Biosecurity Tasmania’s plant biosecurity risk analysis program, where it identifies and reviews pest risks that may present a threat to the State in association with the daily trade of goods, services and movement of people. These IRA reporting processes are consistent with national and international guidelines. This IRA for Import Requirement 25 – Green snail, also determines whether or not the Import Requirement is technically current.   The draft report can be downloaded from here 

Comments can be provided to  Biosecurity.planthealth@dpipwe.tas.gov.au by  27 September  For further detail please contact Biosecurity Plant Health at the same address.

Routine Import Risk Analysis (IRA) for Import Requirement 33 - Silverleaf Whitefly   

 This Import Risk Analysis (IRA) has been conducted as part of Biosecurity Tasmania’s plant biosecurity risk analysis  program, where it identifies and reviews pest risks that may present a threat to the State in association with the daily trade of goods, services and movement of people. These IRA reporting processes are consistent with national and international guidelines. This IRA for Import Requirement 33 - Silverleaf Whitefly, also determines whether or not the Import Requirement is technically current.

The draft report can be downloaded here.

Comments can be provided to  Biosecurity.planthealth@dpipwe.tas.gov.au by  27 September.  For further detail please contact Biosecurity Plant Health at the same address.