Dutch elm disease quarantine

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Title:
Dutch elm disease quarantine notice of quarantine no. 70
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2 p. : ; 23 cm
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English
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United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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U.S. G.P.O.
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Washington
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Rev. Jan. 1, 1935

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University of Florida
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B. E. P. Q.--Q. 71o Jinvised SImay 1,1935


United States Department of Agriculture
BUREAU OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARANTINE



DUTCH ELM DISEASE QUARANTINE

NOTICE OF QUARANTINE NO. 70


INTRODUCTORY NOTE
Provision was originally i:inide i thiis qu;rlalntinet' for tihe importation from
Europe of elm veneer logs if free froin bark and wood-infesting insects, and
with a prescribed hot-water treatment required before release. It has been
found, however, that the complete removal of all vestiges of bark, which alone
would eliminate both adult and larval stages of the scolytid beetles known to
be instrumental in spreading the Dutch elm disease, has not been effectively
accomplished in the majority of shipments presented for entry under this pro-
vision. Both nalult and larval stages ,,41f scolytils hl:ive been found in bark
remnants on these elmi burl logs. even where bark removal evidently had been
attempted before shipment. Under these circumsiitaices it seems hopeless to
expect a bark nrtmoval complete enouizh to eliminate these carrier insects from
the deep crevices of gnarled and twisted hurls, and since the presence of such
insects in any stage, in any number, at any Iport. is regarded as involving a
definite danger of further introduction of the D)utch telii disease, this quaran-
tine has been revised to exclude all elm veneer l,,ogs froin Euroipeain sources.
LEEn A. STRONG,
Chief, Bureau of Enfomolofy iuid Plant Quarantine.


NOTICE OF QUARANTINE NO. 70 ON ACCOUNT OF THE DUTCH
ELM DISEASE (REVISED)
(Approved Dec. 20, 1934; effective Jan. 1. 19:51

Having foundI that an injurious plant disease, kniwn as tlie 1)iutch clI dis-
ease, due to the fun.rus Graphium ulmi Schwa 'rz, nort lictrt 'Cuf1rT widely Ipreva-
lent or udistriluinted within and throu;.,hout thi' Unitil Slitt'.-,. exists in variois,
countries of the ('Oitiinent ot Ero nqt., I, Henry A. Walllr.e. Scretl;1ry if A.gri-
culturte, Ijursu.int to the lprovisionsi oif the Pl'nit i.ll;il'i ilra A11t A lt A .liL.lst 20.
lill:. (37 Stat. 315 -is aimeindtld. have (deteri- ,ii.ud tlit it is nec'ess;iry to pro-
hibit or restrict the impolrtation into the Ui itiil Slattcs from the Couitinent
itf Eu role oIf certain la,,its anid plaint produ I t s hliceii.iiifttr s'C,'-ili'dI. in or'ler
to prevent thle introdultiun into l4li' Unite.1 Stlit'. ,t s;id ,lis.,,,d.
Noiw. therefore. l1y virtue if theli s.aiil I'l;int Qu ra iiitiinc Ac.t. tlhi- 1u1i1ic" liwiar-
ring required tht'reby havin-r l .InI dly liholl, riotire is hlir''ly Hiv<.n ;is willow :
The inil;ortatlion into tlit United Stats. frin thlie ('ointint t ot' 'Eun r lit, of tlhe
following articles is lrolidbitlcd : (a) Seedis. lea.iyts. ;il:il ut illttiii.gs. :11iil s i'ons
of elm and relattedl plants; (1i) logs of elm and related plants; (r) lumber,
limber, or venTeer (f s lch l.'ants if lIbn-k is liresent on ilitiit ; <(I) crat,.. NIxehs.
harrels, packing cases :nd other cii.ntainurs. andl the(r articl'hs innnufa iflure l
in whole or in part of the wo',d of elnm or rt'lited l'ahnts, if thie elmin wood ior
woodl ,if related plants Is not free from bark.
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xi';it'tilij.'so to he ailtve pr lhibitiosL mWy lie auitlo rizel for eutry ;uder
Ions ui..y entry nnde
Ir'niliti under sui'h t'eulitilis and ri..unlations as the Secretary of Agriculture
naty lre'-crilH. ,ir \v hn tlie partitiilatr article or material has been or is to be
so trcitatel. iirt'lit'd, iir irct'sse'cd thatli;, in the judgment of the Secretary of ';
Aygricultire. its uir'Ftricied entry involves no risk of pest introduction.
'1w lk' xprr's 'n lm or relite'd pkl;ints". as used herein, means plants of allU
- eci.us wi il g'lnera ,1l lie family I'li.iiecae. including the genera Ulmnws, Celis,
ZeIk/ora. A tm'/lotJi Al'f(hatlnthc. lharbi'ya. Chactatrhnc, Chaetoptelea, Gw-ira ....
nicrit. Hlolupitlht. Lzonillt, Ptrax.poniift, Philloslylont, Platnera, Pterocelti, ,
Tr''mnn. :tI till .[0.ecit rh the reof.
Tils n1itir c(' ft tiiniuritiltl revises and snU)persedes Notice of Quarantine No. 70, ,
ffeet ivr GOclibtr 21, 19,.;, and shall he effective on and after Janpary 1, 1985.
l),pine at the city of Washington this 20th day of December
101:13 4.
\ Witness iiy hltandl and the seal of the United States Depart-
=nin 'it of Agri ulture.
H. A. WALLACE,
^ ~Secretary of AgricOlture.


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