Links relating to growing fruit crops in Tasmania and Australia
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: General Biosecurity Duty
The General Biosecurity Duty reinforces that everyone has a role to play in protecting our unique environment and primary industries against biosecurity risks.
: Importing Plants
There are a number of specific import requirements that apply to nursery stock, depending on the origin, species and type of nursery stock.
: Small and New Landholders and Hobby Farmers
Direct information to help landholders understand the regulatory requirements for agricultural operations – and provide a wide range of useful links and contacts covering a range of topics, including business development.
: Tasmanian Biosecurity Advisories
Biosecurity Tasmania Enews – a quarterly summary of biosecurity issues of relevance to Tasmania; alerts to any significant new disease, pest or weed risk and; advice of any significant changes to biosecurity legislation, protocols or other requirements (ie quarantine rules, animal or plant health legislation, animal welfare legislation etc)
: Almond Board of Australia
The Australian almond industry is undergoing rapid expansion, becoming one of the fastest growing horticulture industries in Australia.
: Apple and Pear Australia
APAL is the peak industry body representing the interests of commercial apple and pear growers in Australia in matters of national importance including regulation and legislation, marketing, research and development.
: Australian Horticultural Exporters' Association
The Australian Horticultural Exporters’ Association Inc. (AHEA), is the National Peak Industry Body of Exporters, committed to the development of the export of Australian Horticultural products, namely fresh fruit and vegetables, edible nuts, cut flowers, native flowers, foliage and nursery produce.