Draft Pest Risk Analysis for Cut Flower and Foliage Imports—Part 2

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We initiated this pest risk analysis to assess the biosecurity risks posed by pests associated with cut flowers and foliage imported into Australia. Part 2 of the pest risk analysis assesses all arthropod pests, other than thrips, mites and aphids, which have been intercepted at the Australian border on imported cut flowers and foliage. The arthropod pests assessed in Part 2 include beetles, flies, bugs (other than aphids), wasps, bees, ants, moths and butterflies.

The comment period has now closed.

We are considering all comments received on the draft report. Your feedback will help inform our final report. We expect to release the final report in early 2021.

We initiated this pest risk analysis to assess the biosecurity risks posed by pests associated with cut flowers and foliage imported into Australia. Part 2 of the pest risk analysis assesses all arthropod pests, other than thrips, mites and aphids, which have been intercepted at the Australian border on imported cut flowers and foliage. The arthropod pests assessed in Part 2 include beetles, flies, bugs (other than aphids), wasps, bees, ants, moths and butterflies.

The comment period has now closed.

We are considering all comments received on the draft report. Your feedback will help inform our final report. We expect to release the final report in early 2021.