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Facial Eczema Monitoring

Latest results from around New Zealand

2020-2021 Season

2019-2020 Season


2018-2019  Season

NOTE: This report is the final one for this year.  Please continue to monitor counts locally if they remain high.  Thank you again for providing data for the reports this season


2017-2018 Season

This week’s facial eczema report is the last for 2018. A BIG thank you to everyone who contributed spore counts.  We wouldn't be able to provide this valuable report without your help.

Please note:  Due to high counts, the y-axis for several graphs have been changed to Log2 scale in order to ensure the results around the threshold can still be interpreted.

Please note:  Due to high counts, the y-axis for several graphs have been changed to Log2 scale in order to ensure the results around the threshold can still be interpreted.

Please note:  Due to high counts, the y-axis for the EAST COAST, SOUTH WAIKATO, NORTH WAIKATO and LOWER NORTH ISLAND graphs have been changed to Log2 scale in order to ensure the results around the threshold can still be interpreted.


2016-17 Season

Monday 8th May: The recent prolonged cold snap has resulted in decreased soil temps and reduced facial eczema spore counts. As a result of these significant drops, FE reporting has been discontinued as from today. We recommend that any districts with continuing higher counts deal with them locally. 

Thank you all very much for your contributions

(This is the last FE report for 2016.  There will be no report sent out the week between Christmas and New Year.  Reporting will resume again on Thursday 5th January.)

Starts Thursday 1st December 2016 – and then every following Thursday until the end of the season.


 2015-16 Season

Thursday 19th May 2016 - Due to unforeseen circumstances, there will be no report for this week.

Note: Please note this is the first week, so not many counts have been received. This will increase over the season.