GRDC leads $42m initiative to bolster grains biosecurity

The six-year National Grains Diagnostic and Surveillance Initiative will improve Australia’s ability to rapidly detect and accurately diagnose exotic pests and plant diseases.

A groundbreaking $42.7 million national biosecurity initiative led by the Grains Research and Development Corporation is set to transform the effectiveness and responsiveness of Australia’s grains biosecurity system.

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