Episode 7: Boosting urban plant health and the power of social capital with Dr Jessica Lye

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The Good, The Bad and the Bug-ly, a Podcast series by the Urban Plant Health Network

Episode 7: Boosting urban plant health and the power of social capital with Dr Jessica Lye.


Keeping your garden healthy and free of pests and diseases can help to protect the fresh food produced in Victoria. Dr. Jessica Lye from Cesar Australia talks about the importance of protecting the Melbourne food bowl and how social capital is a key tool in spreading the word about what is unusual in your garden. 

For more information visit the Urban Plant Health Network and Cesar Australia.

If you see something unusual, call the Exotic Pest Plant Health line on 1800 084 881 or take a photo and upload it to the MyPestGuide Reporter

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