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DOMETIC Q ULUTI12 NOTI CES
TIoRU ITS =11Ti11G ORTAIN ARTI CLES F70M CERTIFY CATION
OJIPA1 OF WHI FRI1ZED BTL REGVLATIONS
owing administrative instructions exempt from certification
a number of articles regialated by the quarantine on account
ged beetles (Qgarantine io. 72) when such articles'have been
d., and maintained under conditions that prevent them from
5, 1951, there was published in the Federal Register (16 P.R.
e of proposed amendment of administrative instructions exempt-
egulated articles from the certification requirements of
nd 301,72-5 of the regulations supplemental to Notice of
72 relating to white-fringed beetles (7 CFR, Supp., 301.724
SAfter due consideration of all relevant matters presented
to the authority conferred upon the Chief of the Bureau of
P ant Quarantine by the second proviso of the white-fringed
ine (7 CT, Supp., 301.72), revised administrative instruc-
eby adopted as follows:
Administrative instructions exempting articles from
* (a) The following articles are hereby exempt from the cer-
(,uirements of H 301.72-4 and 301.72-5 when they are free from
ey have not been exposed to infestation, and when sanitation
maintained as prescribed by or to the satisfaction of the
and strrw, except that peanut hay is not exempt.
leaned grass, grain, and legume seed.
d cotton and cottonseed.
est products, such as cordwood, stump wood, logs, lumber,
s, poles, and cross ties.
ck, tile, stone, concrete slabs, pipe, building, blocks, and
atoes (Irish), when freshly harvested, erown in the regulated
in County, Alabaa..
tification will be required for the following articles and
1 o c t, maure, peat, muck, clay, sand, or gravel, whether
denly f o in connection with or attached to nursery stock,
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plants, products, articles, or things kprocessed clay ahd washf
cessed sand and gravel are not regulated).
(2) Nursery stock.
(3) Grass sod.
( ) Plant crowns or roots for propagation.
(5) Potatoes (Irish), when freshly harvested, other than
in the regulated area in Baldwin County, Alabama.
(6) True bulbs, Corms, tubers, and rhizomes of ornamental
'rhen freshly harvested or uncured.
(7) Peanut shells and peanuts in shells.
(s) Peanut hay.
(9) Scrap metal and Junk.
(Sec. 9, 37 Stat. 318, as amended; 7 U. S. C. 161)
The foregoing revised administrative instructions shall b,
tive on May 16, 1951, and on that date shall supersede 3.E.P.4
Revision, which was effective June 14, 1950 (7 CPR 301.72a, 15
Done at Washington, D. C., this 24th day of April 1951.
Chief, Bureau of Entbmology and Plaj