Administrative instructions prescribing method of treatment of certain fruits from Mexico

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Administrative instructions prescribing method of treatment of certain fruits from Mexico
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Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine ( Washington, D.C. )
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542s l& -t. 2 Effective November 20, 1952

U3N=T STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AGRICULTURAL RESEAJVH ANISTRATIONr BW*A~U OF ENTOL1OGY AND PIAINT QUARANTINE FOREIGN QUARANTINE NOTICES


AMEN.WNT OF ADMINISTRATIVE INSTRUCTIONS PRESCRIBUM )ETHOD
OF TRETMENT OF CERTAIN FRUITS F~ROM MEXICO

Puruat to the authority conferred upon the Chief of' the Bureau of Entomology MaAQuaran~tine by 1 319.56-2 of the regulations supplemental to the Fruit and
lQtaztine (Notice of Quarantine No. 56, 7 CFR 319.56), the administra1 4r 0flos (7 CPR Supp. 319.56-2g) prescribing methods of treatment of
g efruit, tangerines, and Manila mangoes from Mexico are hereby amended
floving r'espects:

-Stion 31956-2g (a) (1) is amended to read as follows:

( ther of the approved vapor-heat schedules of treatment specified in
(b) of this section will meet the treatment requirements imposed under 'a condition of the issuance of permits for (i) the importation from
oally-sound oranges, free of leaves and other plant debris, or
th oration from Mexico during the 5-month period beginning November 1 and
t ollawing Ma rch 31, of commercially -sound tangerines, with tight skins
fo air pockets or puffiness, and free of leaves and other debris.

2 eetio 319.56-2g(a) (4 Is amended to read as follows:

(2ohe approved vapor-heat schedule of treatment specified in paragraph
of thi section will meet the treatment requirements imposed under
9 as a condition of the issuance of permits for the importation from ao cuercially-ecund grape fruit and Manila mangoes, free of leaves and
'pm debris.

1 T purpose of' the foregoing amendment is to authorize an additional schedule r t treatment, previously authorized for oranges only, as a condition for
of' permits for the importation from Mexico during the 5-month period
...vember 1 and ending the following arch 31, of commercially-sound
with tight skins and free from air pockets or puffiness, and free of
a other debris. Accordingly, the foregoing amendment relieves restricn in effect. In order to be of maximum benefit to shippers, the new
Nation should be made effective as soon as possible. Therefore, pursuant to
o4 of the Administrative Procedure Act (5 U. S. C. 1003) it is found upon
04 cusethat notice and public procedure on the foregoing amendment are unnecesimpracticable, and contrary to the public interest, and since this amendment i restrictions it may properly be made effective under said section 4 less days after Its publication in the Federal Register.
(e 5, 37 Stat. 316; 7 U. S. C. 159)
'Me~ aed entsall be effective November 20, 1952.
at:Wahinto..D. C., this 20th day of November, 1952.
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