UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTLM1J
Bureaua of Entomology and Plant Qu -rantine
Washington, D. C.
March 11, 1930.
PLANT QUARANTINE IMP1ORT RESTRICTIONS
GRAND DUCHY OF LUXEMBOURG
B. E. P. Q.--399
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Entomology and Plant quarantine
Washington, D. C.
3. E. P. Q.--389 Miarch 11, 1936.
PLANT-QUARANTINE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS ,
GRA1,D DUCHY OF LUXEIBOURG
The Nachrichtenblatt fur den Deutschen Pflanzenschutzdienst
XV: 1, January 1935, summarizes the decision of the Grand Duke of
December 4, 1934. The summary, in translation, reads as follows:
SPECIAL IMPORT AUTHORIZATION REQUIRED
A special authorization is required for the importation of
the following articles: Potatoes, cereals of all kinds, fruits
and vegetables of all kinds, greenhouse and open-air plants and
AUTHORIZED PORTS OF ENTRY
Importation may be made only by rail and on the following
highways: Diedenhofen-Friesingen, Diedenhofen-4ondoft, Deutsch-
Oth-Esch-Alz, Trier-Wasserbillig, Rennig-Rennich, Arlori-Steinfort,
Arlon-Oberpallen, Athus-Rodingen, Bastnach-Donkols, St. Bith-
Wemperhardt, Stavelot-Wemperhardt, and Perl-Schengen.
P-HYTOSAITITARY CERTIFICATE REqUIRED
However, the phylloxera regulations promulgated by the Order
of August 20, 1996, prescribe that trees and plants from abroad
must be accompanied by a certificate of competent authority affirm-
ing that they proceed from nurseries that are free from injurious
insects and plant diseases. Otherwise, they are subject to inspec-
tion, and infested shipments may be reladen for return to the
country of origin, disinfected, or burned.
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CERTIFICATE REQUIRD FOR POTATOES, TOMATOES, AND EG-GPLANTS
The Order of September 24, 1923, prescribes that potatoes, and
the fruits and plants of tomatoes and eggplants will be admitted to
entry and transit only when accompanied by a certificate issued by the
phytopathological service of the country of origin, affirming that
those products proceed from a district free from the Colorado potato
beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say) and from the potato wart
(Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb.) Perc.). Products grown in, and
shipped from, a locality at least 20 Ian from any infestation of
Leotinotarsa are considered to be from an exempt district.
LEE A. STRONG,
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.