Quarantine

Protecting plants and animals from pests and diseases.
Translocation approval is required for the movement of live non-endemic fish into, and within, Western Australia.
The barley diagnostic tool is a comprehensive tool that combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.
The comprehensive canola diagnostic tool combines paddock and crop symptoms in one resource.
Use the European house borer (EHB) restricted movement zone (RMZ) map to determine the affected areas, or search to see if your property falls within an RMZ.
MyPestGuide Diseases app lets you quickly identify crop diseases and report your observations instantly.
MyPestGuide Crops lets you quickly identify pests and report your observations instantly.
Growers and the general community can now use their smartphone and tablet devices to identify and report pests and diseases in their grapevines.
Make a payment for declared pest rates collected under the Biosecurity and Agriculture Management Act 2007.
You can play an important part in aquatic biosecurity by reporting anything unusual you have seen or found, including a fish kill, which can be a sign of disease.
MyPestGuide Reporter app is a communication tool to allow users to report pests and diseases.
PestFax app allows users to make quick reports from crop and pasture paddocks of pests, diseases, weeds and other damage anywhere in the Wheatbelt.
Use an online search tool to find quarantine import requirements for Western Australia.
Using PestWatch you can report suspected pest fish sightings, view maps showing previous pest fish sightings, and read about known pest fish species.

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