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UNITED STATES EPARTMNT OF AGRICULTURE
I, Agricultural Research Administration
| Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington 25, D. C
B. 3. P. Q. 404o, 2d Revision May 29, 1952
Supplement No. 1
PLANT QUARANTINE IMPORT RESTRICTICiNS
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i Notification No. F.16-5(l)/43-A, as corrected up to January 28, 1952,
C of the Department of Education, Health and Lands of the Government of
: India, and promulgated for the purpose of prohibiting, regulating, and
a:' restricting the Import of live fungi into India, contains the follow-
ing according to a dispatch from the American Embassy in New Delhi:
| 1. In this order, "fungus" means any living fungus in culture media
....: or on living plants or any fungus spores or mycelium intended to be so
1* cultured, but excludes dried specimens not intended to be so used.
. 2. No fungus shall be imported into India unless
(a) It is consigned to the Head of Division of Mycology, Indian
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, Forest Mycologist, Forest
Research Institute, Dehra Dun; or
(b) It is accompanied by a special permit, in accordance with the
form Set forth in the Schedule to this order, authorizing such impor-
tation issued by the Head of Division of Mycology, Indian Agricultural
Research Institute, New Delhi or Forest Mycologist, Forost Research
Institute, Dehra Dun.
Provided that a permit shall not be refused in respect of any fungus
which is not, in the opinion of the Head of Division of Mycology, Indian
Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi or Forest Mycologist, Forest
Research Institute, Dehra Dun, likely to cause infection to any crop.
Wote: The permit must be obtained in advance of sending the ardor.
Thetubes or other container of the fungus must be clearly and dis-
tinctly marked with the name of the fungus, which should agroo with
the name on the Import permit.)
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