Australian Plant Pest Database
The Australian Plant Pest Database (APPD) is a national, online database of pests and diseases of Australia’s economically important plants, providing the rapid location of voucher specimens and efficient retrieval of detailed data.
Plant Health Australia has developed the Biosecurity Portal. The vision for the Portal is to integrate biosecurity activities, scientific capabilities and analysis across the biosecurity continuum.
National Emergency Plant Pest Training Program
PHA delivers the National Emergency Plant Pest Training Program to industry and government representatives, growers and other biosecurity stakeholders. The training program includes both face-to-face and online modules.
National Plant Surveillance Reporting Tool
The National Plant Surveillance Reporting Tool (NPSRT) allows state and territory surveillance coordinators across Australia to enter plant pest survey data into a web-enabled database.
Pest and Disease Image Library
The Pest and Disease Image Library (PaDIL) offers high-quality colour diagnostic images and information on pests and diseases along with a number of comparative native species.
Pest Information Document Database
The Pest Information Document Database (PIDD) contains pest-specific information developed as part of industry biosecurity plans, in consultation with industry, government and scientists. The PIDD contains nearly 300 documents, including fact sheets, contingency plans and diagnostic protocols.
You can search for pests and access documents using the PIDD panel on the right hand side of any page of the Plant Health Australia website.