Producer Guide to the National Voluntary Farm-Level Biosecurity Standard for the Grains and Oilseeds Industry - A Guide for Implementing Proactive Biosecurity into Farm Management
Appendix D: References and Web-Links

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Input Procurement Practices

Seed quality and pest issues around canola for both weed species and diseases like clubroot and fusarium have heightened industry awareness. There are a number of more detailed resources that are available and that can provide rationale for standard best management practices. The following current industry and government references are examples of the resources available.

Managing Equipment Movement

Considerable attention has been given to the potential spread of clubroot and/or soybean cyst nematode, depending on crop production and location in Canada. The best management practices and consideration for these biosecurity risks provide important guiding principles for the evaluation and management of other potential pests as well. Current relevant industry and government references include the following:

Variety, Field and Crop Selection (Including Rotation)

For further information on best or beneficial management practices, consider the following:

In-Field Monitoring and Control Practices

For further information on best or beneficial management practices, go to the following links:

Managing People Access and Movement

For further information on best or beneficial management practices, refer to the following:

Storage, Handling and Transport

For further information on best or beneficial management practices, consider the following:

Management Plan Development, Updating and Renewal

For further information on best or beneficial management practices, go to the following links:

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