Russian wheat aphid has been found in South Australia, Victoria and New South Wales (August 2016). We’ve made a special fact sheet so you will be able to recognise it if you see it.
Fact sheet: Russian wheat aphid – how to recognise it
A Russian Wheat Aphid National Technical Group has been set up by Plant Health Australia (PHA) to help manage the pest.
The following fact sheets were produced for grain growers, funded by Grain Producers Australia.
|Barley stripe rust||FS|
|Cabbage seedpod weevil||FS|
|Downy mildew of sorghum||FS|
|Field pea and Lentil rust||FS|
|Fusarium wilt of chickpea||FS|
|Hessian fly and Barley stem gall midge||FS|
|Mungbean yellow mosaic virus||FS|
|Russian wheat aphid||FS|
|Soybean cyst nematode||FS|
|Stem rust of wheat (pathotype Ug99)||FS|
|Stewart’s wilt of maize||FS|
|Sudden death syndrome of soybean||FS|
|Sunflower stem weevil||FS|
For more information about the Grains Farm Biosecurity Program, contact Plant Health Australia on 02 6215 7700, or email email@example.com
Grains Biosecurity Officer
|NSW||Rachel Taylor-Hukins||0409 945 069|
|Qld||Kym McIntyre||0429 727 690|
|SA||Judy Bellati||0412 218 228|
|Vic||Jim Moran||0418 377 930|
|WA||Jeff Russell||0447 851 801|