EPPO Platform
on PRAs

EPPO Platform on PRAs

Purpose

This platform is maintained by the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization (EPPO). It was launched in September 2018. It aims to share work done on the evaluation of pest risk. It includes national Pest Risk Analyses (PRAs) produced by EPPO countries (incl. quick scans, commodities PRAs) on all pests including invasive plants in different languages. Users may also share draft PRAs, or plans for future PRAs.

Please note that only part of the information is public and more information is available to registered users (e.g. draft PRAs, PRAs from non-EPPO countries).

EPPO is not responsible for the content and conclusions of the PRAs prepared by other entities and presented in this platform.

Go to EPPO website to read more on EPPO activities on PRA


What's new

 The Database is regularly updated with new documents being posted. As of March 2022, more than 1700 documents are available.


List of 10 latest PRAs made publicly available

Title Country Institut Posted
Commodity risk assessment of Acer palmatum plants grafted on Acer davidii from China EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-25
Pest categorisation of High Plains wheat mosaic virus EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-25
Pest categorisation of Aulacaspis tubercularis EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-25
Commodity risk assessment of Malus domestica plants from Turkey EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-24
Commodity risk assessment of Jasminum polyanthum unrooted cuttings from Uganda EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-24
Pest categorisation of Malacosoma disstria EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-24
Pest categorisation of Sirex nitobei EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-24
Commodity risk assessment of grafted plants of Malus domestica from Moldova EU European Food Safety Authority 2022-05-24
Importation of Sage (Salvia officinalis) for consumption from Kenya into the United States and Territories - A Qualitative, Pathway Initiated Pest Risk Assessment United States of America USDA 2022-05-23
Importation of fresh sugar apple (Annona squamosa) and atemoya (Annona × atemoya) fruit for consumption from Lebanon into the United States - A Qualitative, Pathway Initiated Pest Risk Assessment United States of America USDA 2022-05-23