DIEBACK

Dieback is a plant disease caused by microscopic pathogens in the soil that threaten native vegetation in Southern Western Australia. It can be spread by the movement of soil or vegetation therefore many disturbance activities in native vegetation require simple hygiene planning dependent on the presence of dieback.

DIEBACK ASSESSMENTS + PLANS 

We provide dieback mapping and hygiene management planning by an assessor certified by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.

HYGIENE IMPLEMENTATION

We provide field based support for hygiene plans with on-site clean down facilities for machinery and vehicles. In instances where control of dieback using the chemical phosphite is warranted, we can provide trunk injection or foliar spray services.

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Dieback is a disease caused by species of Phytophthora
Phosphite can slow the spread of dieback into high value areas

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