Opinion

International flights bring biosecurity baddies

By Allan Dingle, Qff President
February 16 2022 - 4:00am
With Queensland announcing the reinstatement of quarantine-free international travel recently, the number of biosecurity incursions is expected to increase, says QFF president Allan Dingle. Photo by Shutterstock/EQRoy.

Biosecurity incursions are one of Queensland agriculture's greatest business risks with exotic pests, diseases and weeds having a potentially crippling impact on both plant and animal production systems, and animal health and wellbeing across the state.

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