Tasmania's fruit fly fight hits $5.5m
Author: Laura Beavis

Tasmania's fruit fly fight hits $5.5m

The Tasmanian Government and the horticulture industry are confident the state's "largest-ever single biosecurity action" will successfully eradicate fruit fly in the state by the start of spring.

Primary Industries Minister Sarah Courtney revealed in State Parliament on Wednesday that as of April 30, the Government had spent $5.5 million tackling fruit fly incursions in the state's north through biosecurity response activities and assistance to growers and the wider industry.

Read the full article here (pictured Biotrap supplied Lynfield Trap & wick) - ABC News


Published: Thursday 24th May 2018
Author: Laura Beavis
More Info: ABC News

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