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15 August 2022

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1 October 2022

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Zantedeschia spp. for use as nursery stock

Effective 8 August 2022 to 16 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of species of Zantedeschia plants, tissue culture and tubers. All plant material requires an import permit prior to importation into Australian territory. Tissue cultures must have root or callus development, be free of visible contamination, and require phytosanitary certification and inspection prior to release from biosecurity control. Other plant material will require inspection, fumigation and a minimum 3 months growth period in quarantine at an approved arrangement site for visual disease screening. Dormant Zantedeschia tubers from approved countries may be imported under an approved system that requires inspection overseas to verify freedom from pathogens of concern. Tubers must be treated for insects, and following inspection and treatment, may be released from biosecurity control without the need for post entry quarantine. For full import conditions, please refer to the details contained in this BICON Case.

Matched Term: stock, plants, plant

Actinidia spp. (kiwi fruit, gooseberry) for use as nursery stock

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the import requirements for permitted Actinidia spp. as nursery stock. All permitted Actinidia spp. nursery stock requires an import permit prior to importation into Australia. Tissue cultures and the media they are grown in will be inspected for visible contamination, require phytosanitary certification and a minimum 6 months growth period at the government’s post-entry quarantine facility where they will be screened for disease. Dormant budwood will require inspection, chemical treatment and a minimum 12 months growth period at the government’s post-entry quarantine facility where it will be screened for disease. All other forms of plant material are not permitted. Warning: This is a summary only. For full import conditions please refer to the details contained in this BICON case.

Matched Term: stock, plant

Low risk genetic material for in vitro and/or in vivo use in plants and/or laboratory organisms

Effective 8 August 2022 to 1 September 2022

This case describes the import requirements for the importation of low risk genetic material for in vitro use and/or in vivo use in plants. This includes characterised DNA, nucleic acid preparations, individual genes, low risk synthetic genetic material, and genetic material which has been cloned in approved vectors or microorganisms.

Matched Term: plants

Artificial plants on natural stems

Effective 10 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of artificial plants on natural stems. These conditions apply to items that have artificial foliage or flowers attached to a natural wood stem.

Matched Term: plants

Herbarium specimens

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of non-infected and infected herbarium specimens of vascular plants, and non-vascular plants and fungi (including algae, lichens, mosses, liverworts and hornworts). Herbarium specimens are processed (e.g. dried, mounted, preserved) plant samples that are labelled with their collection data. These goods are for use in herbarium reference collections, for example, institutes listed in the Index Herbariorum. The department strongly encourages importers of herbarium specimens to transport the specimens via courier. This allows importers to monitor the movement and receipt of the goods throughout the import pathway, which may not be possible through the mail system.

Matched Term: plants, plant

Machinery and equipment

Effective 8 August 2022 to 19 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of all types of whole machinery including spare parts. The requirements cover both new parts and those parts which have been factory/field tested, are used or are commercially reconditioned. For vehicles, aircraft or their parts please refer to the BICON case Vehicles, aircraft and parts.

Matched Term: feeding, Stock, feed

Veterinary therapeutics and veterinary therapeutic ingredients Alerts

Effective 8 August 2022 to 1 September 2022

This case describes the requirements to import goods for veterinary therapeutic use (including vaccines, therapeutic products, medicines, and products for use in assisted reproductive technologies). This case must also be used for ingredients for use in veterinary therapeutic manufacturing. Veterinary therapeutic goods may come in forms such as tablets, pills, capsules, powders or liquids. Veterinary therapeutic goods are used to: prevent, diagnose, cure or alleviate a disease or condition in animals, or prevent, diagnose, cure or alleviate an infestation of animals by a pest, or cure or alleviate an injury suffered by animals, or influence, inhibit or modify a physiological process associated with a disease or condition in animals.

Matched Term: ingredients, Plant

Protein powders and body building supplements for human consumption Alerts

Effective 8 August 2022 to 20 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of protein powders and body building supplements, specifically marketed for body building, weight lifting and athletics. This includes dairy and vegetable protein powders, pre-workout stimulants, branched-chain amino acids (BCAA), glutamine, essential fatty acids, meal replacement products, creatine, weight loss products, and hormone boosters and suppressants.

Matched Term: supplements

Fencing, screening material and blinds derived from plants

Effective 10 August 2022 to 20 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of dried fencing screening material and blinds derived from plant material.

Matched Term: plants, plant

Bony fish and cephalopods for bait or fish food Alerts

Effective 8 August 2022 to 24 August 2022

This case describes the requirements for the importation of bony fish and cephalopods that have been sourced for the purpose of commercial fishing or use as feed in aquaculture systems. Bony fish includes any member within taxonomic group ‘Osteichthyes’, and excludes sharks and rays. Cephalopods include octopus, squid, cuttlefish and nautilus.

Matched Term: feed, feeds


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