Title 7--Agriculture, Chapter III--Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Part 319--Foreign plant quarantine notices

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Title 7--Agriculture, Chapter III--Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Part 319--Foreign plant quarantine notices additional quantity limits for plants imported for propagation purposes
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B.E.P.Q.
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Additional quantity limits for plants imported for propagation purposes
Foreign plant quarantine notices
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2 p. : 27 cm.
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English
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Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Washington, D.C
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- United States   ( lcsh )
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"Effective May 11, 1942."
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"Amending P.Q.C.A. 278, Revised."
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"Avery S. Hoyt, Acting Chief"--P. 2.

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University of Florida
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B. Z. P. q-~ 523, EfAfective OAR~~ May 11, 1942
Amending P. Q,. C. A. 279, Revised


TITLE 7 -AG.RICULTUJRE
CWATR III BUREAU OF ETOMIOLOGY MUTf PLANT q.UAR&1TTINE
PART 319 FOREIGN PLaiXNT QU,d ITIKE NOTICES


ADDITIONALL QUAN TITY LIMITS FOR PLANTS IMPORTED FOR PROPAGAtTION PURPPOSES


Chapter III, Title 7, Code of' Federal Regulations, f3l9.37-14a OPqcA 278, Revised, July 124, 19310 is hereby amended effective May 11, 1942, by adding the following items to the list of' representative genera for which quantity limits have been determined; and effective July 1, 19142, by increasing by 25 percent the quantity limitations specified in 319-37-14a both as to the original list and as to this supplemental list:

319.37-114a Administrative instructions; limitations on specia.1-permit plant material entered for proghgation purposes under 319.37-14
YLRLY YEARLY
GENUS LIMITS GEIiTS IIikITS
lAbutilon plants 100 Burser,7x plants 25,0
Acanthaceae if2504" Cactus it5, 000
Acidanthera corms 1#006 Calathee. tubers 11000
&diantum plants 250 Callicarpa plants 100
Adlumia roots 250 CEallun,- t 250
Aloe vera (medicinal) plants 5,000 Calochortus corms 10,000
Aloe (ornamental) plants 250 Calystegia plants 250
Amaxyllidaceae per genus 1,000 CyctusU100
A&herstia plns100 Capnla250
Ananas 250 Ctppanula 1,000
AndiraI 100 C,-raga-na 100
Annona H250 Cardwelli,7 tubers 250
Anthemis divisions 250 Cpssia plants 100
Antholyza bulbs 1,000 Cestrun it 200
Aponogeton plants 500 Clcthra it100
Arla I500 Clivia 500
Aralia cuttings 2,500 Cocliaeun It 100
Araceae plants 250* Colocasiz! tubers 1,000
Aristea bulbs 1,000 Convolvulus pl1an ts 250
,, rumdo (reed) pl1an ts 250 Cordyline 11 250
Avocado ft2,000 C o ,i ar ia I?250
Bab i ana 'bulbs 1,000 Cornus 250
Bessera 1110,000 Cramnbe bulbs 5,000
Bombax plants 500 Crescentie. plants 250
Bougainvillea 250 Crinum bulbs 1,000
Bomarea II250 Crocosxma tt 1,000
Brodiaica bulbs 10,000 Croton plants 500
Bromelinceae plants& suc. 250 Cry,,ptocoryne it500
BromcJliads plants 250w' Curcuxna 1250
Brosimum (breadnut) "100 Cycadaceac 250"
Brownea 100 Cycas 250
Brunfelsia 100 Cyperus 250
Bryophyllun 250 Dabo-ecip.I 500
Bulbocodium' corms 10,000 Dan ae 1,000
Per genus.




UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA

YEARLY 2 11111111111111111111111111111111 IN 111111111111111111 YEARLY
GMiUS LIMITS G E10 S 3 1262 09312 2173 LIMiTS
Datura plant s 250 TvIon"rda* plants 250
Davidia 100 Monstera it 250
Dianthus 100 Moraea bulbs 1,000
Dicentra divisions 250 Montric&trdia. plants 250
Dieffenbachia plant s J j 000' '14 y q s Q t 6 250
yr. 100
Dierama s 000 1-cAii a*
Diospyros scions 1,000 Nandina 250
Disanthus plants .100 -Nepnthc 250
Echinacea 50 -Iie I illia 250
E-pigaea 100 Nelumbium roots 500
Erythrina, 100 Nepenthes plants 500
UM '000 ul,-- 5,000
Erythroni bulbs 109 Nerine b'
Eluche'ris 500 Nerfum s 100
Euge nia plants- a00 Nomocharis 500
;
Birycles bulb s l')000 Omphalodep .1 1 250
., :, 100 100
egus lants- 'Ormosia
Far ciuh,-.Lr i a 250 Orthrosanthus rh'izome s -1,000
Fern .25Q Parthenium 5,000
e r ea 1,000
Ficus' 250 P't
Galtonia bulbs 006
101 Php.e dran,, s s a 500
Gardenia plants 1,000 Phaeomeria plants 250
Gei'ssorhiza- bulbs 10000 Philodendron it 500
Geni-pa plants 100 P i nu s it 100
Gr6visia 11 250 Plumieria 200
Gaiacum 100 Polygonatum 250
Gypsophila 250. Poterium 250
Haemanthus bulbs 250 Prunus '200
Hav orthia plants 250 P-Lilmonarie'.* .250
Heliconia Pylus 250
Heli.opsis 250 Ra'ondi-), 1,000
Hermodactylus roots 1,000 Rhodohypoxis 250
Hippeastrum bulbs 5 1 000 Rudbeckia 250
'Homerip. 11,000 Sandersonia bulbs 1,000
Inga plants 100 Schizolobium p lan t s 100
Ismene bulbs 10,000 Selaginella 100
Ixiolirion 11 SeAccio 250
Ixora plamts 1,000 Shortia 500
Jacaranda 100, Silone tt 250
Juglans 100 Stapelicae .250
X e rl- i a 100 Stenomesson bulbs 59000
Koelreuterip.. 100 Stbrculia plants 100
Lant ana lV000 Strelitzia 250
Loucocrinum bulbs 500 Succulents it '250*
Lomat ia p lant s 1)000 Tnbebuia 100
Lonchocaxpus stems 10 '00.0 Thymus 250
Lupinus plants 5CO Tillandsia 250
Maianthemum 250 Tree fern 250

0 Tropaeolum 250
K ,,ngif era 1100 v.Caccinium 100
M,-., i h o t ulbs 1 000
250 Veltheim'ia
Mar i vi 250. vitis plants .100
Meconopsis 1,000 Warszewiczia 100
Michelia Zephyranthes bulbs l.,000
)T:-$i'at 317
CFR 319-37-14; sec. 7 1: U.S. c. 16P
Dote c-At WashingtoIlh, D. C d V-qf-Mfqv, 1942.
AVERY S. HOYT' in Chief