Draft review of import conditions for brassicaceous vegetable seeds for sowing into Australia

We finalised the Review of import conditions for brassicaceous vegetable seeds for sowing.

We initiated a review of import conditions of four vegetable seed policies: Apiaceae (e.g. carrot, celery and parsnip), Brassicaceae (e.g. broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower), Cucurbitaceae (e.g. cucumber, melon, pumpkin) and Solonaceae (e.g. capsicum, eggplant and tomato).

The review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds is the first of the four vegetable families to be finalised.

Brassicaceous vegetable crops include broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, mustard, radish, rocket, turnip, wasabi and watercress.

We released a draft report for the review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds on 14 February 2018, for public consultation.

The consultation period closed on 19 April 2018.

All submissions were considered in finalising the review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds.

You can read the final report as well as our responses to stakeholder comments on the draft report.

We finalised the Review of import conditions for brassicaceous vegetable seeds for sowing.

We initiated a review of import conditions of four vegetable seed policies: Apiaceae (e.g. carrot, celery and parsnip), Brassicaceae (e.g. broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower), Cucurbitaceae (e.g. cucumber, melon, pumpkin) and Solonaceae (e.g. capsicum, eggplant and tomato).

The review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds is the first of the four vegetable families to be finalised.

Brassicaceous vegetable crops include broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, mustard, radish, rocket, turnip, wasabi and watercress.

We released a draft report for the review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds on 14 February 2018, for public consultation.

The consultation period closed on 19 April 2018.

All submissions were considered in finalising the review of brassicaceous vegetable seeds.

You can read the final report as well as our responses to stakeholder comments on the draft report.