Red leather leaf of hay oats disease management guide
Red leather leaf (RLL), caused by the fungus Neospermospora avenae, is the most common and severe foliar disease of oats in south-eastern Australia, and is...
Published: 3 Jun 2013
Author(s): Slattery , Jo , Taylor, Sharyn
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This report summarises the importance of biosecurity to the Australian fodder and pasture industries. Biosecurity planning provides a mechanism for the fodder and pasture industries, government and other relevant stakeholders to actively determine pests of highest priority, analyse the risks these pests pose and put in place procedures to reduce the chance of pests entering, becoming established, and minimise the impact if a pest incursion occurs.
Ensuring the fodder industry has the capacity to plan and effectively respond to pest and minimise the risks posed by pests, and to respond effectively to any pest and disease threats to limit their impact is a vital step for the future sustainability and viability of the industries.