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Monitoring

A good monitoring strategy is essential for early detection of Psa-V symptoms and helps growers to minimise the spread and impact of the disease. Growers are strongly encouraged to monitor orchards regularly and report suspicious findings to their Packhouse Psa Manager or directly to KVH to confirm the symptoms are typical of Psa-V. Any person who identifies potential symptoms of Psa-V on an orchard for the first time must report to KVH within 48 hours of identification.

Mandatory Monitoring 

As part of the National Psa-V Pest Management Plan (NPMP) growers in all regions are required to carry out regular monitoring on their orchards.

Mandatory monitoring and reporting requirements for 2017 are outlined below.

  • Exclusion regions—one round for all orchards between 15 September and 15 October (reporting to KVH due 31 October)
  • Containment regions—one round for all 'Not Detected' orchards between 15 September and 15 October (reporting to KVH due 31 October)
  • Recovery regions—one round for all 'Not Detected' orchards between 15 September and 15 October (reporting to KVH due 31 October)

Note - Growers with Psa-V positive orchards are expected to carry out regular monitoring to identify and remove infection. However, reporting to KVH is not required.

The additional monitoring requirements for orchards located in the Whangarei Controlled Area are as follows: Four monitoring rounds are required in 2017 with reporting to KVH due

  •  6 October
  • 27 October
  • 10 November
  • 1 December
     

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Monitoring resources

 

Kiwifruit Vine Health

Suite 3, Level 1, Customhouse Building
314 Maunganui Road, Mount Maunganui
(entrance cnr Totara and Rata Street)
PO Box 4246, Mount Maunganui, 3149
New Zealand

Tel:  0800 665 825
Fax: 07 574 7591

Email: info@kvh.org.nz