FASTA will boost biosecurity initiatives to solidify Australia's strong reputation in pest management

Updated August 15 2023 - 1:12pm, first published August 14 2023 - 1:30pm
Queensland 's Agricuture Minister Mark Furner with his federal counterpart Murray Wyatt, Hort innovation CEO Brett Fifield, Hort Innovation Chair Julie Bird and
Gavin Scurr from Pinata Farms. Picture supplied.
Queensland 's Agricuture Minister Mark Furner with his federal counterpart Murray Wyatt, Hort innovation CEO Brett Fifield, Hort Innovation Chair Julie Bird and Gavin Scurr from Pinata Farms. Picture supplied.

The largest and most ambitious trade initiative in Australian horticulture has been given the green light with a host of partners signing on to an historic $130 million program, the Fresh and Secure Trade Alliance.

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