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Join the network

Read about the benefits of network membership and consider joining.

Membership

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Diagnostic Resources

Includes National Diagnostic Protocols to help diagnose a plant pest.

Diagnostic Resources

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Tools Directory

Access a range of diagnostic tools and rate useful ones.

Tools Directory

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Members Directory

Seek advice on your Australian plant diagnostic matter from other network members.

Members Directory

Tropical Diagnostics

A white paper initiative to build diagnostic capability and capacity for Northern Australia.

Tropical Diagnostics

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Professional Development

Find out about opportunities to further your diagnostic skills and knowledge.

Professional Development

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Events

Find out what is on around the country.

Events

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SPHD

About the Subcommittee on Plant Health Diagnostics.

SPHD

  • Plant Biosecurity mid-year enrolments open

    Mid-year enrolments for a Postgraduate Diploma or Masters in Plant Biosecurity are now open. This postgraduate study in plant biosecurity has been developed specifically for those working in the plant biosecurity sector or for people who wish to pursue a career in plant biosecurity. The individual …

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  • SPHDS 18

    The Subcommittee on Plant Health Diagnostic Standards met at the AgriBio facilities in Melbourne from 12-14 May 2014. A communiqué from the meeting can be accessed here.

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  • Beetle course – applications close soon

    A reminder that applications for the course on identifying beetle of biosecurity concern close at 5:00pm AEST this Friday, 2 May 2014. More information including the registration link can be found here. Applicants will be notified of the outcome by Friday 16 May 2014.

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