DIDYMO BIOSECURITY ZEALAND PDF

DIDYMO BIOSECURITY ZEALAND PDF

To help prevent the spread of didymo (rock snot) and other organisms in New Zealand fishing waters anglers must always check, clean and dry their equipment . Didymosphenia geminata (Didymo) in New Zealand urity. Biosecurity New Zealand has since declared the entire South Island an Outbreak Control Area for didymo. This means rivers and lakes remain.

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Didymo in New Zealand: ten years on

To help prevent the spread of didymo rock snot and other organisms in New Zealand fishing waters anglers must always check, clean and dry their equipment when viosecurity items between waterways.

If you are bringing used freshwater fishing equipment into New Zealand it must be clean and completely dry.

Throughout New Zealand, the user of felt-soled waders or footwear is banned. Note that it is an offence to knowingly spread didymo.

Areas identified as being affected by didymo as of 1 May include:. The entire South Island has been declared a controlled biodecurity. Any items that have been in contact with water from South Island rivers, streams or waterways must be treated in the prescribed manner before being taken outside the South Island.

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Special conditions apply in the Fiordland National Park.

This licence must be applied for at least five days prior to the trip. A a map showing the controlled areas is available in a bisoecurity document on the DOC website.

These fishing controls require you to hold: The waters of Te Waikoropupu Springs were closed to fishing and other contact recreation from January to prevent the introduction of the invasive alga Didymo Didymosphenia geminata and other aquatic pests.

Didymo in New Zealand: ten years on | NIWA

To slow the spread of the invasive alga didymo, in New Zealand waterways, MAF Biosecurity New Zealand requires all used freshwater fishing equipment brought into New Zealand to be clean and dry.

A ban on using felt-soled waders or footwear incorporating or having attached a sole of felted, matted or woven fibrous material, when sports fishing came into effect on 2 October Read an article about the science of felt soled boots to stop the spread of didymo. In the News has summaries and links to recent new items relating to zzealand spread and control. Light-weight Scierra Ipac wading boots.

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Didymo in New Zealand – Wikipedia

General regulations By fishing water Licences: Fishing licences Backcountry licences Biosecurity: Fishing etiquette Boating etiquette Coarse fishing Salt-water fishing. Areas identified as being affected by didymo as of 1 May include: SouthIsland The entire South Island has been declared a controlled area.

dkdymo Te Waikoropupu Springs Closed The waters of Te Waikoropupu Springs were closed to fishing and other contact recreation from January to prevent the introduction of the invasive alga Didymo Didymosphenia geminata and other aquatic pests. Banned felt-soled boots Read an article about the science of felt soled boots to stop the spread of didymo. What Didhmo Can Do To Prevent Didymo outlines what anglers can and must do to ensure they don’t spread didymo In the News has summaries and links to recent new items relating to didymo spread and control.

The Biosecurity New Zealand website has: Aa zoomable map of the affected areas If you find didymo elsewhere, please call Biosecurity New Zealand on freephone 80 99