New Condition 17 entry conditions for SA

In response to finding the tomato potato psyllid in Western Australia, Biosecurity SA has implemented a new Condition 17 of the Plant Quarantine Standard South Australia, imposing restrictions and prohibitions on hosts in the Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae families. This directly effects well-known products like potatoes, tomatoes, capsicums, eggplants and sweet potato.

The Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae families include potatoes, tomatoes, capsicums, eggplants and sweet potato

Condition 17 requires certification for host plant material, fruit and vegetables and associated planting-media, machinery and equipment that enters South Australia from Western Australia.

The conditions are effective from 11:59pm on 14th February 2017.

Download the new Condition 17 entry conditions.

If you have any questions on the entry conditions or arrangements to import fruit, vegetables and plants in the Solanaceae and Convolvulaceae families, please contact Biosecurity SA’s Market Access team on 08 82077814.

If you suspect any arriving produce is affected by tomato potato psyllid, call the Exotic Plant Pest Hotline on 1800 084 881.

Download the full Chief Inspector Biosecurity Alert

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