Pest Risk Analysis for Prodiplosis longifila for SSA countries
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Heidy Alcira Gamarra Yañ ez, Norma Mujica, Pablo Carhuapoma, Jurgen Kroschel, Jan Kreuze. (30/1/2019). Pest Risk Analysis for Prodiplosis longifila for SSA countries. Lima, Peru: International Potato Center (CIP).
Pest Risk Analysis (PRA) includes three stages: initiation, pest risk assessment and pest risk management. Initiating the PRA process involves identifying pests and pathways of concern and defining the PRA area. Pest risk assessment provides the scientific basis for the overall management of risk. Pest risk management is the process of identifying and evaluating potential mitigation measures which may be applied to reduce the identified pest risk to acceptable levels and selecting appropriate measures. This document includes a summary of the findings of initiation, a pest risk assessment and records the pest risk management process for the identified issue. It is consistent with the principles, terminology and guidelines provided in the IPPC standards for pest risk analysis.
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