Sugarcane-orientated quarantine training program : SRDC final report BSS274
|Abstract||This project continues the industry's commitment to sugarcane biosecurity, and is a further forward step extending the substantial knowledge developed in previous projects. The project was developed after the completion of BSS249, where the need for a quarantine-based training program involving different quarantine groups was recognised. The aim of this project was to use the knowledge developed in previous projects to improve the industries biosecurity capacity, and to minimize the possibility of an introduction of an exotic cane pest or disease into Australia|
|Part of Series||BSES Internal Report; 2005 No 1296 Report SD05010|
|Title||Sugarcane-orientated quarantine training program : SRDC final report BSS274|
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Pest, disease and weed management 
Research outcomes: A comprehensive RD&E program that addresses existing and emerging pests, diseases and weeds, allowing sugarcane growers to manage their crops efficiently with minimal environmental impacts. An enhanced industry capacity to deal with incursions of exotic pests, diseases and weeds.