12 September 2023: Grapevine Biosecurity Workshop

Sunraysia growers, Agriculture Victoria, Plant Health Australia and Wine Victoria will host a biosecurity workshop next week focusing on grapevine viruses and management.

The workshop will present an overview of important grapevine viruses and the viruses found in Victoria through the Growing Victoria Wine Into the Future program survey. The workshop will also cover national viticulture biosecurity plans and biosecurity response and management to detection of low, mid, and high priority grapevine pathogens in Victoria.

Details: Tuesday, 12 September, 10am–3pm
Acacia Conference Room, Agriculture Victoria, Cnr Koorlong Ave & 11th Street, 308–390 Koorlong Ave, Irymple

RSVP by Friday 8 September to Cliff Kinoti on 0452 404 107 or cliff.kinoti@agriculture.vic.gov.au



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