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The Australian Pesticides and Veterinary Medicines Authority (APVMA) has recently updated the minor use permit issued for a registered agvet chemical product for the control of Anthracnose disease in olives.

Permit PER87332 (version 2) for Aero fungicide use on Anthracnose on olives has been updated to:

  • include spray drift restraints and buffer zones;
  • update crop damage and export of treated produce statements in accordance with current formatting standards;
  • extend the permit expiry date to 31 May 2029.

The permit holder is Hort Innovation, and it applies in all Australian states and territories except Victoria.Download the permit and access the full details here.

You can also access all minor use permits for use on olives on the APVMA website here. Type ‘olives’ into the search bar for the full list of relevant permits.