EPPO Platform
on PRAs

EPPO Platform on PRAs

Background

A survey conducted by EPPO showed that many Pest Risk Analyses are produced at the national level and that providing a database to present them would be useful for EPPO countries, to increase awareness on new pests and share knowledge.

The beta version of this database was tested by users in early 2018 and a subsequent version was made publicly available in September 2018.

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

Purpose

This platform aims to share information on activities on evaluation of pest risk in the EPPO region. It includes national PRAs produced by EPPO countries (e.g. Express PRAs, quick scans, interception PRAs, commodities PRAs) on all pests including invasive plants in any language. Countries 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.

List of 10 latest PRAs made publicly available

Title Country Institut Posted
Express-PRA for Neonectria neomacrospora Germany Julius Kuehn-Institut 2020-03-27
Express PRA for Carrot torradovirus 1 (strain ‘celery’) Germany Julius Kuehn-Institut 2020-03-27
Rapid Pest Risk Analysis (PRA) for: Xylella fastidiosa - February 2020 United Kingdom Departement for environment, food and rural affairs 2020-03-20
Quick scan Cacopaurus pestis Netherlands Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority 2020-03-20
Quick scan Meloidogyne silvestris Netherlands Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority 2020-03-20
Quick scan Litylenchus crenatae Netherlands Netherlands Food and Consumer Product Safety Authority 2020-03-20
Stratégies de lutte contre le charançon rouge du palmier France Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail 2020-03-20
Analyse de risque phytosanitaire portant sur la berce du Caucase France Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail 2020-02-19
Avis de l'Anses relatif « aux connaissances nécessaires à la gestion du risque des écorces sensibles au nématode du pin » France Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation, de l’environnement et du travail 2020-02-19
EPPO Study on bark and ambrosia beetles on non-coniferous wood EPPO European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization 2020-02-10