flI E STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
AGGRIUTURAL RESEARCH ADMINISTRATION
OF ENTOMOLOGY AND PLANT QUARIE
DOIvESTIC QUARANTINE NOTICES
GYPSY MOTH AND BROWN-TAIh MOTH QUARANTINE;ADMINISTRATIVE
INSTRUCTIONS; ARTICLS EXCEPT FROM CERTIFICATION
t to the authority conferred upon the Chief of the Bureau of Ento-
arartine by the second proviso of the gypsy moth and brown-
quarantine (7 CFR, 1945 Supp., 301.45), the administrative instructions
certain articles from certification (7 CFR, 1946 Supp., 301.45a; B. E.
.Q. 1861, thare hereby further revised to read as follows:
Ad i ative instructions; articles exempt from certification.
Ticles the interstate movement of which is not considered to
" t. aris of g moth or brown-tail moth dissemination, are hereby
en r the requirements of the regulations of the quarantine:
Ac~ia uttings (Acacia sp)r
Bks, when crushed, dried, and shredded.
Bw stings (Bmms sem :rvirens).
California peppertree cuttings Schinus molle).
Clubnoss (sometimes called "ground pine" (copodium spp.).
D __sA m.)..
Eucalypt c (Ecalts lobulu s).
Everree silax cuttings (Smdilax lance olata).
Fuchsia (Fchsia spp.).
Galax cutTgsTa~ aphylla).
Gex'anii (Peleroni sppa'
Heather' cuttings (E~c spp. Calluna sppo0).
Heliotrope (Heljiotropu s'ppj)
a speci-mers, when dried, pressed, and treated, and when so
labeled on the outside of each container.
Jtusalem-cherry (Solanum capsicastrumS. pseudocapsicum,
Leaves of deciduous or evergreen trees that have been treated or dyed.
Mist-letoe (Phoradeadron flavescens, Viscum album, etc.).
Oreonhuckleberry cuttings (IT accinilun ovatum).
P rb ex'ry (Mitchella repens,.
Sl cttings, known to the trade as lemon cuttings,
airry lants (Fraaria spp.).
unbe s Pyrola spp.).
aies, when waxed, polished, or otherwic
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