Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the colony of Barbados, British West Indies

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Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the colony of Barbados, British West Indies
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UNITED STATES DEPiRTjivT
BUREAU l O EITOiOLOGY AIID
-.shington,


OF A.C-FICTJLT-J:
PL~ri i uA11'^T I
D. C.

LIBRARY
STATE PLANT BOAR


April


1, 1937.


IivPORT RESTRI CTIOIlS


oF ThE


COLO Y OF BARBADOS, BRITISH ZST IIlDIES


B. E. P. Q.--433


PLANT-tAPuTT-'.





















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UNITED STATES DPALTiv'I.,NT OF AC-GRI CULTURE
BUREAU OF ITO'iOLOGY A14D PLkNT QArK TINi
WASHIXGTON, D. C.



B. E. P. Q,. -- 433 April 1, 1937.



PL^1T-7:I : IMPORT ^RSTRICTIO3TS

OF TWE

COLONY OF BkRAl-CDOS, BRITISH ;'ST INDIES


This summary of the plant-quarantine import restrictions of
the Colony of Barbados, British West Indies, has been propaered for the
information of nurserymen, plant-quararitine officials, and others
interested in the exportation of plants and plant products to that
Colony.

It was prepared by Harry B. Shav, Plant quarantine Inspector,
in Charge, Foreign Information Service, Division of Foreign Pl-int
Quarantines, from the original texts of the Plant Pest and Disease
(Importation) Act, 1932, and of the Orders of August 29, 1929, and
September 17, 1931, which embody the effective phytosanitary import
restrictions of the Colony of Barbados, and reviewed by the Director
of Agriculture of that Colony.

The information contained in this circular is believed to be
correct and complete up to the time of preparation, but it is not intended
to be used indep-ndently of, nor as a substitute for, the original texts,
and it is not to be interpreted as le.ally authoritative.







LEE A. STROCI!r
IChief, Bura of ntomolo and Plant aarantine.
Chief, 3urea,:uof En~tomolo&Tr and Plant Quarantine.

















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OF THE


COLONY OF 3AL-BAOS,


BiSIC LEGISL.TIOIT


The Trade Act


1910, Sections 45 and. 46.


Plant Pest


and Disease


(Importation)


Act, October 22,


SUi.AiiARY


Importation Prohibited


SUGARCAN&


CUTTINGS: .Importation from eny source


prohibited to prevent


the introduction of injurious pests and diseases.


(Plant Pest


Disease


(Importation) Act,


1S32, art. 3.)


stems,


leaves, or any part


prohibited to prevent the


(Act of 1932,


except


introduction of
art. 3.)


the seed:


Importation


injurious pests and


CITRUS A D


SAANGO STOCKS:


Importation prohibited


to prevent


the introduc-


tion of coccids, nematodes, and lepidopterous and coleopterous stem


borers, and also
1932, art. 3.)


the withertip,


scab, and gur:m-osis


diseases. (Act of


ANA STOOLS (ijusa); Importation prohibited t
of Castnea licus Drury and the banana weevil
sordidus Germ.). (Act of 1932, art. 3.)


o prevent


or root borer


(Cosmopolites


IRE SH FRUITS:


Importation


prohibited from Argtntina, Azores,


Be.r.ude,


Brazil, France, Hawaii, Italy, Jamaica, Ladeoira, Sicily, S;:ain, and th-
Union of South Africa, to prevent the introduction of the ,editerranzan
fruit fly (Cerntitis cantata ;ied.). (Act of 1932, ert. 3.)


SEED COCO-iUTS FOR PRo0PAGiTICj:
introduction of the red ring-


Goodey).


COTTONSEZD


(Act


"' AL:


Importation prohibited to prevent the
disease (Aohelenchoides cocophilus (Cobb)


of 1932, art. 3.)


Importation prohibited to prevent the introduction


(Order of Aug. 29, 1929.)


1932.


diseases.


and


BAN


the introduction


VvEST INDIES


GRAL I IJAE,
Io


of pink bollworm and


other cotton pests.





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Importation Restricted


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COTTONSEED, SLE-D COTTON, OR COTTON LINT: May be imported only under
an import permit issued by the Director of Agriculture, a precaution
against the introduction of the pink bollworm and other cotton pests.
(plant Pest and Disease (Importation) Act, 1932, art. 5.)


lried seeds or


grain,


dried


sterns or leaves,


and manufactured


G RAi .i'cl-A-E d
articles:


Importation subject to the provisions


3, i.e. its entry will be refused
any injurious plant parasite. (Ac


if the produce


t of 1932,


of article 12, paragraph
t. is likely to introduce


art. 4.)


TUBERS, BT
permit


ULBS,


CUTTINGS,


ROOTED PLANTS,


AND APIAL PLAJ.TS:


issued by the Director of Agriculture


against the introduction
1932, art. 3.)


of injurious


pests a


An import


required as a precaution
,nd diseases. (Act of


SOIL, COVERING, WRAPPING, o
grown: iay be imported
Director of Agriculture,
pests and diseases. (Ac


LIVING SPECIi.E..NS OF INSECTS:


r other material


in which a plant has


only under an import permit issued by the


Lt the introduction of
art. 11.)

imported only with thE


been


to proven
t of 1932,


May be


injurious


e written


permission


INSECTS,


PLANTS,


of the Director


of Agriculture.


OR OTHER .ARTICLEjS OR


exempted from the provisions of
with the written permission of
1932, art. 15.)


(Act of 1932,


SCL IETIFIC PURPOSES:


the Act of 1932,
the Director of A


and may b
.gri culture


art. 11.)

Are
>e imported
(Act of


Phytosanitary Certificate Desirable

Although no certificate is required by law for shipments of plants,
fresh fruit, and vegetables from the United States, certificates will
be appreciated by the Department of Agriculture of barbados. It is,
therefore, recommended that either a State or Federal certificate be


procured and transmitted with each shipment


Import Permit


An import permit is required for
and parts of plants into Barbados. Suc]
in advance by the prospective importer,


of these products.


Required


the importation of plants
. a permit should be applied for
who will receive a copy for


transmittal to the shipper.


Heo'vever,


the importer


is allowed to enter


such a shipment, even though he does not apply for a permit until


the


that action is practicable.


h


shipment arrives, whenever