The development of a national, grape-industry strategy for the implementation of a national standard for grapevine certification - Phase 1
The lack of a national standard for the health of planting material in Australia means that growers have no guarantee that the planting material being supplied to them by nurseries is disease free or of a certain provenance.
Phase 1 of this project will address the regulatory and organisational framework required to underpin a new standard for grapevine planting material. The standard must be a single science-based system founded on HACCP quality assurance principles that covers the entire supply chain, as well as customer-focused, independently audited, transparent, and allow for continuous improvement. This includes engaging with all stakeholders to define the outcomes, developing a common language, developing a strategy and business model for acceptance and adoption across the entire sector and setting out a roadmap for implementation.
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