Progressive containment programme

The progressive containment programme aims to stop a pest from spreading and/or contain it to a certain area.

Below is an example of the pest infestation curve which is used around New Zealand to help us figure out the best management option for pests. Where a pest sits on the curve tells us the most cost-effective way to control or eradicate it.


Pests managed under progressive containment

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