Modification of mexican fruit worm quarantine regulations

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B. E. P. Q.-.Q. 64. Revision of Regulation 7.
Effective November 16, 1936.




United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE


MODIFICATION OF MEXICAN FRUIT WORM
QUARANTINE REGULATIONS


INTRODUCTORY NOTE
The following revision of regulation 7 of the Mexican fruit-worm quarantine
authorizes the Chief of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine to
make such modifications as may be considered necessary with respect to the
duration and dates of commencement and termination of the host-free period
within the regulated area.
LEE A. STMUNG.
Chief, Bureaue of Entomolog/y and Plant Quarantinc.


AMENDMENT NO. 2 TO REVISED RULES AND REGULATIONS
SUPPLEMENTAL TO NOTICE OF QUARANTINE NO. 64
(Approved Nov. 14, 1936; effective Nov. 16, 1936)
Under authority conferred by the Plant Quarantine Act of August 20. 1912
(37 Stat. 315), as amended, it is ordered that regulation 7 of the revised rules
and regulations supplemental to Notice of Quarantine No. 64, on account of
the Mexican fruit worm, which were promulgated on August 12, 1932, be, and
the same is hereby, amended to read as follows:

Regulation 7. Conditions Required in the Regulated Areas
The interstate movement of grapefruit, oranges, and other restricted citrus
fruit from the regulated areas under permit issued by the United States Depart-
ment of Agriculture will be conditioned on the State of Texas providing for
and enforcing the following control measures in manner and by method ap-
proved by the United States Department of Agriculture, namely:

SCION A. HOST-FREE PEIOD
A host-free period shall be maintained each year beginning in the month of
March and continuing for 7 months, subject to such modification as to duration
and dates of commencement and termination as may be authorized by the
Chief of the Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine on presentation of
evidence that such modification is necessary or desirable and does not involve
increase of risk of propagating the Mexican fruit worm.
Prior to the commencement of such host-free period each year. all citrus
fruit except lemons and sour limes shall be removed from the trees for shipment.
storage, or sale. and all other host fruits shall be destroyed either following
removal from the trees or by destruction of the trees themselves.
No host fruits shall be permitted to develop in groves or to exist elsewhere
within a regulated area at any time during such host-free period except as
follows: (1) Citrus fruits developing on the trees in such stages of immaturity
that. in the Judgment of an inspector, they are not susceptible to infestation
hy the Mexican fruit worm; and (2) citrus fruits in storage, or on retail sale
for immediate consumption, stored, or maintained under such conditions and
for such periods of time as shall be approved by an inspector.
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SECTION [I. INSPECTION .::..
A system of inspection shall be carried (in throughout the year to provide
for the efficient enforcement of sections A and(l C of this regulation and for the .'
prompt discovery of anlly infestations which occur and for the enforcement of
such conmlitions in lntl laro'uln citrus groves and packing and preserving plants
as shall prevent the possibility of fruit wornm development therein. 7..
SECTION C. INFESTED ZONES
Upon the determiniatioiin of a Mexican fruit-worm infestation within a regu-
lated area. ilan infested zone shall be designated by the State of Texas in a ii
imlnner approved by the United States Department of Agriculture and all host
fruits ill susceptible stages of maturity pliroduced within such zone and remain- i
inlt in thle regulated area shall be (destroyed( or p1)rocessed in such a manner as l
ti render them free from infestation. ',i
This amendment shall be effective on and after Novemnber 16. 1936. l
(aDone at the city of Washington this 14th day of November i
.1926. :1
Witness my hand and the seal of the United States Department ,:
(of Agriculture. .
Vgfj R. G. Tuowz.L,
z Acting Secretary of Agriculture.


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