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| Identifying Sheep and Goats for Agistment in Tasmania|
Contains information on identification requirements for agisting sheep and goats in Tasmania.
| IFPI Armstrong presentation ( 0 KB)|
Presentation given by David Armstrong at IFPI meetings Jan-Feb 2011
| IFPI Armstrong spreadsheet (David_Armstrong_ Economics_of_guidance.xls 27 KB)|
Spreadsheet prepared and presented by David Armstrong at IFPI Meetings January and February 2011
| IFPI Questionnaire (IFPI-Questionnaire_final.pdf 275 KB)|
Questionnaire for IFPI meetings
|Import Requirement 46 – Tomato Potato Psyllid Hosts and Vectors (June 2018)|
Biosecurity Tasmania wish to advise that Import Requirement 46 relating to hosts and vectors of tomato potato psyllid has been formally declared on 8 June 2018.
|Importing animals into Tasmania (June 2012) |
Importing livestock into Tasmania
| Importing Horse Semen (importsemen.pdf 55 KB)|
Application for authority to import horse semen
|Importing used agricultural machinery (February 2010)|
Fact sheets containing biosecurity information regarding importing used agricultural machinery into Tasmania
| InCalf Book and Other Tools (Dairy Australia)|
'Incalf' is a national learning program to achieve measured improvement in herd reproductive performance, developed by Dairy Australia.
|Incursion advice: African lovegrass (April 2015) |
Biosecurity Tasmania has identified African lovegrass on roadsides in and around Hobart, and on the East Coast. It is a Zone A weed under the Weed Management Act 1999, and requires eradication statewide.
|Independent review calls for an overhaul of the wool body AWI|
The independent review into the performance and governance of Australian Wool Innovation (AWI) has been released, making 82 recommendations to reform and modernise the organisation.
|Industry and trade online databases|
Online databases related to Industry and Trade.
|Industry facts and figures|
Industry Profiles and ScoreCards present a snapshot of each industry from the farmgate/beach to the packer/processor and markets overseas, instersate and locally.
|Industry information and statistics|
Current information available on Tasmanian agricultural industries, including some statistics.
|Information for Veterinary Practitioners in Tasmania (February 2013) |
DPIPWE web page specifically for veterinary practitioners in Tasmania.
| Inland Fisheries Service (Tasmania)|
Inland Fisheries Service - Managing Trout Fishing In Tasmania
|Innovative farmers come up with ways to phase out single-use plastic packaging|
Innovative farmers and producers are coming up with their own solutions to phase out single-use plastic, but hope the market will drive demand for plastic-free options.
| Integrated Pest & Disease Management for Tasmanian apples |
The Integrated Pest and Disease Management (IPDM) program is tackling 3 significant issues facing apple producers: Codling Moth, Woolly Apple Aphid and Apple Blackspot (apple scab).
| Intelligent irrigation application form (Intelligent_Irrigation_Application_Form.pdf 199 KB)|
Application form 2009
|Intensive barley grass-growing system could have the answer to drought-proofing farms covered|
A New South Wales farmer has built an intensive indoor fodder system he says can be built cheaply and provide a lifeline to farmers to drought-proof their property.
| Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC)|
The IPCC was established to provide the decision-makers and others interested in climate change with an objective source of information about climate change. The IPCC is a scientific intergovernmental body set up by the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) and by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP).
| Internal Parasites in Sheep|
There are three broad types of internal parasite that can cause significant health issues in sheep – worms, flukes and protozoa.
|International Government Websites|
List of international government websites of interest to Tasmanian farmers.
| IntoDairy Tasmania|
Website containing information on the Tasmanian dairy industry including climate, careers, investment opportunties and pasture production.
| Invasive Species in Tasmania |
The Invasive Species Branch (ISB) has lead responsibility for terrestrial vertebrate invasive animals and all declared weeds in Tasmania. A number of new and emerging threats, as well as established invasive species, will be targeted by the ISB.
|IPM strategies for combatting weevils in apple orchards|
Identification, control options and monitoring of weevils in apple orchards.
| Irrigation Development in Tasmania|
A list of current projects and opportunities being investigated.
| Irrigation Management in Tasmania|
Irrigation management to increase production, reduce costs and to reduce impacts on the environment.
| Irrigation pump efficiency presentation (Irrigation_Pump_Efficiency_presentation.pdf 754 KB)|
ARM Irrigation pump efficiency presentation
| IUCN Red List of Threatened Species |
Coverage: Taxonomic, conservation status and distribution information of threatened species.
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