As per Protocol of Phytosanitary Requirements for the Export of Table Grapes from Australia to China between the General Administration of Quality Supervision, Inspection and Quarantine of the People’s Repulic of China and the Australian Government Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry.
Light Brown Apple Moth
For Light Brown Apple Moth (LBAM), (Epiphyas postvittana), the registered vineyard shall be monitored visually and with trapping from the bud period to harvest period once every two weeks. When the number of LBAM in each block exceeds following threshold by visual inspection, biological or chemical control measures shall be adopted according to the recommended treatment management thresholds for Epiphyas postvittana (LBAM): when more than 10 LBAM caterpillars per 100 branches  or 100 bunches at pre-flowering, 5 LBAM caterpillars per 100 shoots or 100 bunches at flowering to veraison and less than 5 LBAM caterpillars per 100 shoots or 100 bunches from veraison to harvest are detected. At least one trapping device should be placed in each block of registered vineyards, no more than 5 adult LBAM should be detected in each trapping device from veraison to harvest. In case of failure to meet these treatment management conditions, no grapes from the vineyard in this season shall be exported to China.
Grape leaf rust mite/Bunch mite/Black plague thrip/Tubular black thrip/Long-tailed mealybug
For grape leaf rust mite (Calepitrimerus vitis), bunch mite (Brevipalpus californicus), black plague thrip (Haplothrips froggatti), tubular black thrip (Haplothrips victoriensis), and long-tailed mealybug (Pseudococcus longispinus), the vineyard shall be monitored once every two weeks during the bud period to the harvest period of grapes. In case of pests or corresponding symptoms detected during monitoring, biological or chemical control measures shall be adopted.
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