Best practice for graziers - biosecurity

INTRODUCTION

Biosecurity is a term used to encompass the issues of disease, pests and weeds in relation to agricultural operations. A simple explanation is to reduce the risk of external biological factors harming or impacting on the normal day to day running of the enterprise. The majority of biosecurity issues are managed by governments at a state or regulatory level and by individual farmers at a farm level. All external factors that impact on the health of the ecosystem are biosecurity matters.

Biosecurity can include:

It may need to deal with:

Biosecurity issues can:

A sound Grains BMP would maintain a vigilant eye for potential weed issues, disease issues and crop health issues that may impact on yield and profitability.

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