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A review of Producers’ Recovery Activities. The Four Phases of Plant Biosecurity Management. Agricultural producers must be engaged in numerous plant biosecurity activities. Preparedness. Response. Mitigation. Recovery.

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A review of producers recovery activities

A review ofProducers’ Recovery Activities

The Four Phases of Plant Biosecurity Management


A review of producers recovery activities

Agricultural producers must be engaged in numerous plant biosecurity activities . . .

Preparedness

Response

Mitigation

Recovery


And work with numerous other individuals in every phase of the model

. . . and work with numerous other individuals in every phase of the model.

Agricultural

producers

Other producers and local community groups

Extension Service,local government

& businesses

NPDN

(Regional

Diagnostic

Network)

State

Government

AHPIS

(Federal

Government)


Recovery

Recovery . . .

. . . is a lengthy, concerted effort to return the local community to normal operations after the plant biosecurity event has been effectively contained and controlled.

Preparedness

Response

Recovery

Mitigation


Key words to remember

Key words to remember:

a lengthy, concerted effort to return to normal operations

recovery


Producers recovery activities may include

Producers’ recovery activitiesmay include:

  • Destroying diseased plants, vines, or trees

  • Cleaning affected equipment and facilities

  • Obtaining government subsidies

  • Bringing the affected land back into production


References

References

Schoelz, J. (2003, December). What can we learn from past and current epidemics of plants? Paper presented at the Missouri Summit on Agroterrorism. University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

Biosecurity Who is Responsible? Retrieved from the University of Tennessee at Knoxville: www.utextension.utk.edu/publications/spfiles/SP604.pdf

Crop Biosecurity: Are We Prepared? (APSnet, 1999). Retrieved from the American Phytopatholgical Societyhttp://www.apsnet.org/online/feature/BioSecurity/ Top.html


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