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Alerts and Changes provide information about notices or changes to import conditions. You can keep informed with these notices by following individual import cases.

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Forestry or amenity species that are hosts of Xylella fastidiosa and Sudden Oak Death

Effective from 12 December 2019
Revised conditions have been introduced for ‘Forestry or amenity species that are hosts of Xylella fastidiosa and Sudden Oak Death’ when imported from a low risk Xylella fastidiosa country. Effective immediately, imports of plant material (other than...
Related Cases:   Forestry or amenity species that are hosts of Xylella fastidiosa and Sudden Oak Death

Orchids for use as nursery stock

Effective from 11 December 2019
Addition of methyl bromide as a treatment option for orchids imported as other than tissue culture. Who does this change affect? Imports of orchids as other than tissue culture (and their customs brokers) and Department of Agriculture staff. Backgro...
Related Cases:   Orchids for use as nursery stock

Human therapeutics and medicines

Effective from 11 December 2019
The declaration requirement for clinical trial goods has been amended to clarify that the import of placebos is included in the import conditions. Who does this notice affect: Importers of Human therapeutics – clinical trial goods, Assessment Service...
Related Cases:   Human therapeutics and medicines

Rice for human consumption or processing

Effective from 6 December 2019
The import conditions for non-viable rice (Oryza spp.) and wild rice (Zizania palustris or Z. aquatica) have been changed for the mail and passenger pathways to include commercial packaging as a requirement. Who does this notice affect: Importers of ...
Related Cases:   Rice for human consumption or processing

Seed for sowing products

Effective from 5 December 2019
The 'Seed for sowing products' case has been amended to remove regulated brassicaceous seeds (Brassica rapa, Eruca vesicaria and Raphanus sativus, and their synonyms) that are a host of fungal pathogens of biosecurity concern to Australia. The followi...
Related Cases:   Seed for sowing products

Mixed seed for sowing (permitted species)

Effective from 5 December 2019
The 'Mixed seed for sowing (permitted species)' case has been amended to revise the scope of Brassica seed species that are permitted for importation under this case. The following Brassica species can no longer be imported under the conditions within...
Related Cases:   Mixed seed for sowing (permitted species)

Commencement of revised import conditions for brassicaceous seed for sowing

Effective from 5 December 2019
The purpose of this notification is to advise stakeholders that phase 1 of the revised import conditions for Brassica rapa, Eruca vesicaria and Raphanus sativus seed for sowing have commenced. Key changes under Phase 1: From 5 December 2019, Brassica...
Related Cases:   Brassicaceous seed for sowing requiring treatment

New import conditions for Brassicaceous seed imported for sprouting or micro-green production

Effective from 5 December 2019
The purpose of this notification is to advise stakeholders that new import conditions are available for Brassica rapa, Eruca vesicaria and Raphanus sativus seed, that are imported for sprouting or micro-green production for human consumption. Key req...
Related Cases:   Brassicaceous seed for sprouting or micro-green production

Revised conditions for Brassicaceous seed for human consumption

Effective from 5 December 2019
From 5 December 2019, revised import conditions apply to Brassica rapa (e.g. buk choy, turnip), Eruca vesicaria (e.g. rocket) and Raphanus sativus (e.g. radish) seed imported for human consumption. The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environ...
Related Cases:   Regulated vegetable crop seeds for human consumption | Raw seed for human consumption

Fresh oranges for human consumption

Effective from 30 November 2019
This notice is to advise that the department has recently completed a review of cold treatment schedules used to mitigate the biosecurity risks associated with fruit flies in imported horticultural fresh produce. As a result of the review, the departm...
Related Cases:   Fresh oranges for human consumption

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