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Ii PLANT-CQJIARANTINE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
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rem,, "Basic Legislation
.i ree of April 16, 1887, article 7.
.++ .... ..Importation of Plant and Seeds Restricted
(Ordinance of Apr. 9, 1915)
Phytosanitary Certificate Required
i, ti.cle 2. Every shipment of seeds or plants imported into the
114E.*lO must be accompanied by a certificate of origin declaring those
iilauts to be frpe from any cryptogamic disease or infectious agent.
r|.53Siou!tu ral units known to be infected by cryptogamic or other dis-
P ieiats. will be treated at the expense of the importer or, if necessary,
PROVINCE OF KATANGA
,:. Importation of Plants and Seeds Restricted
=;] ~(Ordinance No. 1, Jan. 10, 1931)
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If 'Phytosanitary Certificate Required
III1;"A l Osisaaoe prescribea that efl Iwe9s, tbmr, ft plant
K: offered for importation into the Province must be supported by a oertift-
| Oteot, issued by the official authorities of the country of origin, de-
l daring those products to be free from cryptogamic diseases and insect
Seeds, tubers, or plants found infected therewith will be treated
: at the importer's expense or, if necessary, destroyed.
Chiisf,$ Dura of Entomology and. Plant Qparantine.
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