Pest Risk Assessments
The purpose of a pest risk assessment is to estimate the likelihood of P. ramorum infestation. Below are a number of regional pest risk assessments.
- USDA APHIS Pest Risk Analysis: USDA. 2008. Risk Analysis for Phytophthora ramorum Werres, de Cock & Man in’t Veld, Causal Agent of Sudden Oak Death, Ramorum Leaf blight, and Ramorum dieback.
- Forest Service PRA 2003
- Oregon Pest Risk Assessment
- Canadian Pest Risk Assessment
- United Kingdom Pest Risk Analysis
- European Union Risk Analysis
- Norway Pest Risk Assessment
- Australia Biosecurity Advice
- Canadian Pest Risk Assessment: The Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) has assessed the risk Phytophthora ramorum poses to Canada. The Risk Assessment document is available by contacting the CFIA directly at: Plant Health & Production Division, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, 59 Camelot Drive, Ottawa, Ontario K1A 0Y9; Tel: 613/225-2342, Fax:613/228-66011-800/442-2342. For more information, here are some other useful links from Canada:
- CFIA home page
Hosts of Phytophthora ramorum, CFIA, July, 2003
CFIA regulatory information in English
CFIA’s Plant Health Risk Assessment Unit’s publication: Hosts of Phytophthora ramorum (with notes on geographical distribution and mating types) – Causal Agent of Sudden Oak Death
2009 CFIA Pest Risk Assessment
- CFIA home page
- United Kingdom: Pest Risk Analysis: The November 2007 Datasheet, which replaces the 15 October 2003 PRA for the UK, is a precursor to the production of the EU PRA and can be viewed here.
- European Union – Pest Risk Analysis: The overall objective of the project Risk Analysis for Phytophthora Ramorum (RAPRA) is to produce a European Pest Risk Analysis for Phytophthora ramorum including risk management strategies and contingency plans applicable to the pathogen within the European Union. In addition, the European Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO) produced a document on Pest Risk Management for Phytophthora kernoviae and Phytophthora ramorum in 2013 which estimates effectiveness of phytosanitary measures.