APVMA Permits for Almonds
Permits can often have restriction on permitted users and states in which the permit is current.
For the current list of chemical permits for use in the almond industry please use the search permit portal on the APVMA website: https://portal.apvma.gov.au/permits
To ensure the permit will cover your required use, read APVMA Understanding off-label permits
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This Guide has been prepared for the industry and should be viewed as a living document. It is accurate and up-to-date today but the rate of change in crop care technology (products, permits, registrations, chemistry, electronic support programs etc) is such that the Guide will require constant revision. Between reprints it will be the responsibility of growers to access and implement the latest information and recommendations. Useful sources of such information are included in the Guide.
The Guide provides information on almond pests and diseases that can be managed and monitored by orchard managers. The Guide does not include discussion of a-biotic tree stresses (poor nutrition, soil problems, toxicities and deficiencies, irregular watering, heat, flooding, frost etc), but growers should recognise these factors may influence the onset or severity of the pests and diseases that are discussed. The Guide does not include information on viruses, viroids or phytoplasmas, or on disorders with unknown causes since the management of these is either undefined or is required before planting. Steps taken by growers before planting greatly influence the effectiveness of orchard management thereafter. Site selections, soil suitability, irrigation plans, choice of planting material, evaluation of planting material quality and health are critical steps in the establishment of good orchards.
Feedback: The authors of this Guide congratulate the almond industry on supporting the updating of the original 2006 document, through the provision of useful technical information, and funding. Users of the Guide have provided important feedback to the industry on the Guide’s usefulness, format, completeness and gaps.