UIT STAS DIAP h.r OF AGRICPLRE
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
"ashington, D. C.
Tune 4, 1935
B. E. P. Q.--376
(Supersedes P. Q. C. A.--277 issued April 22, 1930)
MITRY OF NARCISSUS BULPS FOR PIOPAGATION
On the belief that the Narcissus varieties Golden Spur, -
peror, and Victoria were present in the country in sufficient quanti-
ties to meet essential propagation needs, and followinC similar action
with respect to other plant varieties subsequent to the promulgation
of Qu~antine TI'o. 37, it was ordered April 15, 1927, that no further
special perrm-its would be issued authorizinI( their entry. For the same
reason similar action wvas taken on April 10, 12.), with respect to the
varieties Glory of Sassenheim and Sprinrf 1lory.
To meet an emergency caused by a shortage of these varieties
for planting puoroses they were on April 22, 1930, again authorized
entry, until further notice, in quantities not to exceed 100,00 bulbs
per variety to each pEAmittee, Since this emergen y no lonrrer exists,
further special permits will not be issued authorizing the entry of the
five varieties listed and therefore they may not enter for any purpose
until after December 15, 1936, after which date they will be aditted
under regulation 3 of the Nursery Stock, Plant, and Seed Quarantine
No. 37 without limitation as to quantity wid utilization.
L7 A. STRONG,
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant quarantine.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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