Thank you for interest in the adopt a trap for surveillance of tomato potato psyllid. To find out more about this project and what’s involved for participants read the information on tomato potato psyllid.
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The Biosecurity and Animal Welfare branch of the Department of Industry, Tourism and Trade (DITT) is participating in a nation-wide project, led by the Department of Primary Industries and Regional Development (WA) to improve early detection and reporting of TPP.
By participating in the project, volunteers consent to the department collecting personal information such as name, address and contact details.
Your information will only be used to facilitate the DITT TPP project and to be contacted in any future TPP projects. DITT will otherwise only disclose your information if its required or authorised by law.
Information that will be provided to the lead agency will include the total of number traps distributed, surveillance region covered, number of traps returned by diagnosis, TPP counted on traps and associated test results.
DITT will only retain your personal information for the duration necessary for the project unless there is a legal requirement to maintain it for a longer period.