The assessment of risk posed by exotic pests listed in this
industry biosecurity plan was carried out using a pest risk
assessment protocol based on that used in Biosecurity
Australia (2009), Plant Health Australia (2013) and Murdoch
et al. (2002).
Oil palm is the major commodity crop for Malaysia. It is important to ensure its sustainability by improving yield as well as protecting the crop from pest and diseases.
The implementation of The Malaysian Oil Palm Industry Biosecurity Plan will be our first step in protecting and preventing invasive pests, diseases or weeds from entering our country, thus securing the future of the oil palm industry in Malaysia.
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