Plant protion profiles from Asia-Pacific countries

RAP PUBLICATION 2007/08

Plant protion profiles from Asia-Pacific countries

ASIA AND PACIFIC PLANT PROTECTION COMMISSION
and
FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
REGIONAL OFFICE FOR ASIA AND THE PACIFIC
Bangkok, 2007

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© FAO 2007

For a copy of this publication, please write to:

Piao Yongfan
FAO Regional Office for Asia and the Pacific
Maliwan Mansion, 39 Phra Atit Road
Bangkok 10200
THAILAND
Tel: (+66) 2 697 4268
Fax: (+66) 2 697 4445
E-mail: yongfan.piao@fao.org


Table of contents

Foreword

by the Assistant Director-General and FAO Regional Representative for Asia and the Pacific

List of Acronyms

1. Analysis of plant protection information exchange among APPPC member countries

1.1 Background information

1.2 Analysis of the 2005 APPPC country reports

1.3 Conclusion and recommendations

2. Development of APPPC Plant Protection Profiles

2.1 Development of draft Plant Protection Profiles format

2.2 Regional consultations

2.3 Update of Country Plant Protection Profiles

3. Country Plant Protection Profiles

3.1 AUSTRALIA

3.2 CAMBODIA

3.3 CHINA, PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF

3.4 INDIA

3.5 INDONESIA

3.6 KOREA, DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF

3.7 LAO PEOPLE’S DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

3.8 MALAYSIA

3.9 MYANMAR

3.10 PAKISTAN

3.11 PHILIPPINES

3.12 SRI LANKA

3.13 THAILAND

3.14 VIET NAM

4. Future use of Plant Protection Profiles

Annex I Membership and partnership status of APPPC and FAO member countries in Asia and the Pacific in international conventions and agreements

Annex II Details of analysis of 2005 country reports

1. Introduction

2. Outbreaks of Major Pests

2.1 General Reporting According to

2.2 Crop with Pest Outbreaks

2.3 Causal Organism

2.4 New Invasive Species

3. Integrated Pest Management

3.1 National IPM Policy

3.2 IPM Programmes

3.3 Results from IPM Research

3.4 International Cooperation

3.5 Development of Pest Control 

3.6 Pest Control Extension

4. Plant Quarantine

4.1 NPPO Structure and Organization

4.2 Implementation of ISPM  ISPM 15: Wood Treatment

4.3 ISPM 2/11: Progress of Risk Assessment

4.4 ISPM 19: List of Regulated Pests

4.5 ISPM 10: Pest-free Places

4.6 Use of IPP for Information Exchange Meeting Participants

4.7 Phytosanitary Capacity Evaluation

4.8 Proposals for RSPMs and ISPMs

5. Pesticides

5.1 List of Regulations and Legislation

5.2 Status of Ratification and Implementation of Rotterdam Convention, Challenges and Opportunities

5.3 Implementation of International Code Guidelines of Conduct

5.4 Monitoring and Management of Pesticide Residues

5.5 Development and Application Status of Biopesticides Including Botanical Pesticides

5.6 List of Banned/Prohibited Pesticides (Year, Insecticides, Fungicide, Herbicide)

5.7 Name and Address of National Authority for Pesticide Registration

6. Development of International Cooperation Projects or Programme for Plant Protection

7. Name of National Plant Protection Organization

8. Conclusion

Table 1: Report Guideline Topics Covered by the Country Reports in 2005

Table 2: Department Affiliation of

Table 3: Responsibilities of Official and Training ?NPPO?

Table 4: Conclusion (in the Country Reports 2005)

Annex III Agenda and list of participants of the Pilot Consultation on Development of Profiles for the Exchange of Plant Protection Information among APPPC Members (December 2006)