Located in the Royal Botanic Garden Sydney is the PlantClinic – a building that houses the Plant Pathology team of the Botanic Gardens and Centennial … Read More
Diagnostics, diseases, PlantClinic, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Botanic gardens stories
In a recent webinar, Phil Hurle, Horticultural Manager with the Australian National Botanic Gardens (ANBG) shared the gardens’ experience managing Armillaria luteobubalina (Australian honey fungus).
“We’re … Read More
Armillaria luteobubalina, Australian National Botanic Gardens, Botanic gardens, myrtle rust, video, Webinars
Botanic gardens stories, Pests, diseases & weeds, Webinars
Melbourne Gardens, one of two sites of the Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, contains around 8000 plant taxa originating from 98% of the world’s countries.
Safeguarding these … Read More
Biosecurity, Botanic gardens, Melbourne Gardens, Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria, Webinars
Botanic gardens stories, Pests, diseases & weeds, Surveillance & reporting, Webinars
In his recent webinar, Dr Brett Summerell, Director of Research and Chief Botanist at the Botanic Gardens and Centennial Parklands, spoke about biosecurity in the botanic gardens of Sydney: the Royal … Read More
Australian Botanic Garden, Blue Mountains Botanic Garden, Botanic gardens, Hygiene, PlantClinic, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, Webinars
Branch Out presenter and producer Vanessa Fuchs and PlantClinic Senior Research Scientist Dr Edward Liew. Image: Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Branch Out is an award-winning podcast … Read More
Branch Out Podcast, diseases, PlantClinic, podcast, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney
Image supplied by Auckland Botanic Gardens.
The Auckland Botanic Gardens are leading the way in biosecurity awareness in botanic gardens. In May 2019, they launched a … Read More
Have you considered that surveillance activities may be occurring in a botanic garden or arboreta near you?
In addition to this network, a project has been … Read More
Botanic gardens stories, Surveillance & reporting
Plant biosecurity is the actions individuals, industries, governments and others take to keep plant pests and diseases from entering or moving around Australia. The goal … Read More
Biosecurity, Botanic gardens, Health