How You Can Help Prevent the Spread of Phytophthora Root Rot
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Everyone has the potential to inadvertently spread Phytophthora root rot, even just walking on muddy tracks in the bush. So what should you do to prevent its spread and when should you do it?
As it will never be possible to record and advise the public where all Phytophthora root rot infections are, simple actions are recommended that can be applied by anyone and everywhere. These simple actions are listed below:
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The following are available from Parks and Wildlife Service Offices or national park visitor centres:
Contact: Protection Officer - Vegetation (Phytophthora)Tim Rudman
Biodiversity Conservation Branch
GPO Box 44
HOBART TAS 7001
Phone: 03 6233 3912
Fax: 03 6233 3477
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