This fact sheet discusses the impact of eriophyid mites on production nurseries and provides information on their biology, dispersal, host range, damage and management, and their role as vectors in the spread of plant diseases.
This Nursery Paper discusses the life cycle, habitat, integrated pest management and biosecurity associated with snails and slugs in the Australian nursery industry.
Flat mites are small and tend to go unrecognised by many nursery managers despite causing significant damage. This fact sheet discusses their life cycle, host range, spread and management.
The Invasive Plant Risk Assessment Tool is an initiative of Nursery and Garden Industry Australia (now Greenlife Industry Australia), which aims to educate all consumers about invasive plants and the level of invasive plant risk. IMPORTANT NOTE: Information provided by the Invasive Plant Risk Assessment Tool has not been updated since its original development in…
Endophytes are fungi that reside in living plant tissue for all or part of their life cycle, without causing any apparent or detectable symptoms of disease.Although generally benign, some have the ability to develop into aggressive pathogens and cause a range of symptoms including dieback, cankers or fruit rots, when trees or plants are stressed….
This Nursery Paper investigates the use of biological control methods for the management of insect and mite pests in the production of nursery crops.