Ginger sures up pest response plan

AW
Updated November 23 2015 - 2:59pm, first published January 30 2015 - 1:34pm
Plant Health Australia executive director Greg Fraser with Australian Ginger Industry Association president Anthony Rehbein and Plant Health Australia Plant Health Australia chairman Tony Gregson at the signing of the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed.
Plant Health Australia executive director Greg Fraser with Australian Ginger Industry Association president Anthony Rehbein and Plant Health Australia Plant Health Australia chairman Tony Gregson at the signing of the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed.

ON the back of an imported pest scare in 2014, the Australian ginger industry has signed on to the Emergency Plant Pest Response Deed (EPPRD).

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AW

Editor of Good Fruit and Vegetables.

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