The Landscape Institute is concerned with plant health and invasive plant species. We aim to raise awareness and understanding among our members about plant health and biosecurity issues.
Through liaison with liaison with bodies such as Defra, FERA, the Tree Council, and the Scottish Centre of Excellence, the LI’s plant health and biosecurity group has helped curate information, produce training events and technical resources, and keep members up to date with the latest developments in biosecurity.
Biosecurity toolkit for landscape consultants
Developed in partnership with the Society of Garden Designers (SGD), the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI), this toolkit provides guidance for every stage of a project, from assessment and planning to design, contract administration, and landscape management.
Plant health considerations for planting schemes
Forest Research has produced this guidance to help landscape practitioners and others responsible for planting schemes to identify and select plant providers who follow good biosecurity practice.
TIN 01/15: Pest and disease threats to plants
An accessible summary of information and resources to help landscape practitioners better recognise and understand common pests and diseases, and modify their practice to mitigate their spread.
Biosecurity newsletter archive
Plant health and biosecurity updates dating from spring 2015 to summer 2019.