Treatment requirement of noninfested Holland narcissus bulbs as a condition of entry revoked

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Treatment requirement of noninfested Holland narcissus bulbs as a condition of entry revoked
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Strong, Lee A
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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United States Department of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine (Washington, D.C )
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the bulbs as to foliage or by lifting them, and to observe the cultural practices and sanitary measures employed in an effort to redtice the bulb nematode infestation to the minimum. The field examinations revealed an' most complete absence of bulb nematode infestations in the narcissus plan
In view of this condition and the sanitary -measures practiced, which in repeated field examinations. during the growing season, supplemented by irv spection and certification of the bulbs at the time of shipment, it.ia':,so long as the above conditions exist, that the bulb uemettode risk inc to the importation of Holland narcissus bulbs does not justify'the conti tion of the requirement that all importations of these bulbs be given t-"'' water treatment as a condition of entry. This requirement, therefore, v
not be in ef f ect on and I af ter August 15, 1939. On and after that date such importations, in accordance with the provisions of replation 7 af Nursery Stock, Plant, and Seed Quarantine No. 37, shall be accompanied bX,4 certificate certifying that the bulbs have been thoroughly inspected at't)JO,
time of packing and found or believed to be free of injurious plant d'J;ri and insect pests. Finally, upon arrival at theAmerioan ports of entr
shipments will be examined by inspectors of the Bureau of-Entomolegy and Quarantine and this examination will inolude the cutting of suspioious-lo bulbs when necessary to determine their freedom from infestation by the nematode. Any shipments found to be infested will be given the latest proved treatment or rejected.

LEE A. STROKG, 0
Chief, Bureau of-Entomology apa Plant ggaLrank%0&__