Biosecurity refers to measures to prevent and manage pests and diseases from your production areas. Biosecurity measures are implemented to reduce the likely hood and minimize the spread risk.
On-farm practices can easily be incorporated into everyday farm practices, such as biosecurity gate signage, regular monitoring and surveillance of crops, using a visitor register, and cleaning risk-exposed equipment (Car tyres, shoes, etc.).
Here are a few West Australian-specific resources that the vegetablesWA Regional Development Officers have compiled that are useful for biosecurity planning and implementation.