A landmark discussion paper authored by the Australian Farm Institute says plant biosecurity RD&E that underpins Australian agriculture and its access
to international markets must be prioritised and is best served by the establishment of a new research corporation. Watch or listen to the author of
the Paper, AFI Director Mick Keogh, join with Tanya Pittard from Grain Producers Australia, and Tania Chapman from Voice of Horticulture to discuss
the options of a plant biosecurity model that grows markets together. Recorded in Melbourne on April 20, 2016.




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