tThfl1T=,D STATES DEPART3- 02 A3RIQULTUJR. AGRI CU J1URAL zS&ZARCHT AD4INISMA21TIO 3IJRtA 02? ::TO' OXY JAOD ?LZT LU42,LTINE
UBRARYMarch 27, 1951
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The information contained in this I summary was compiled from material
~reeivd fom h pantquarantine .of'icial 6ff Yrebraska and has been approvea by him. It is iisued for thie onvenience of plant quarantine insmectors, shippers, transportation agent truckdks, and others concerned in.1theinterstate moyernent of plants, f~1ant products, and other materials subject to State'regultonn acunt off -plant, pests.
The summary fpr,.-ebraska gives t1lie general requirements for shipping Alursery stock int~o that State. An appni furdses information on postoffice. re qui rements,'for' mailing plants as weil &as terminal-inspection procedure. Thi s summary, dbes not include digests -6f, nursery-stoc% and plant ,.earantine requirements. relating to the movement' of plants 'entirely wi thin
The iLnformation contained in this circular is believed to be*correct and co-mpolete up to the time of preparation, 'out it is not intended to be used independently of ox' as a substitute for the original texts 'of the regulations,nd it is no-t* to be interpreted as *legally autho ritiative.' Fo detailed information address the.State _Lnt~mologist, bureau of Plant Industry, Stat~e fleparthent,.of Agriculture and Inppetion, Lin('oln, N~ebraska.
In addition td' State6.requirements, ship),mers- will need to take into
consideration applicable '~atqurnie of the United State lDepartment
of,&griculture. In rno'st'instances thesip quarantines regulate' the interstate movement. O' specified& plaiits, plant. pro du~ts, ana other articles from designated regula ted areas. How ever, some'of these quarant .in es 'regulate tbhe interstate movement, of certain.articles 5,nto designated protected
*areas. Qopies'of such quarantines may be obtained from the Bureau of En.tomolJogy and Plant Quarantine, Washington 25, Dl. C.
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UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Summary of General Nursery-Stock Shipping Requirements
(Comp. Stat. 1ebr..1929, as amended 1937, secs 2-1007 to 2-1029)
Definition of ITursery Stock.--All field-g;rown trees, shrubs, vines, cuttings, grafts, scions, buds, fruit pits and other seeds of fruit and ornamental trees and shrubs, herbaceous perennials, peonies, iris, narcissus and tulip bulbs,: and other plants and plant products grown or kept for propagation, except field, vegetable, and flower seeds, bedding plants,
annual and biennial plants, and florists greenhouse plants, flowers, or, cuttings, commonly known as greenhouse stock.
General *Shiping Requirements.--3ach shipment of nursery stock moving into Tebraska must be marked with the names and addresses of consignor and consignee, general nature of the contents, and'locality where grown, and.bear
a copy of a valid inspection certificate of- the State of origin. Carriers must notify the Department of Agriculture and Inspection of arrival of uncertified nursery stock, and the consignee is required to report and hold. unopened for inspection any shipment of uncertified or imported nursery stock. Th'e Department is authorized to inspect any shipment of nursery stock, urhether or not certified, and if necessary treat or return such stock.
Any nonresident nurseryman or dealer should file a copy of his State inspection certificate with.the State Entomologist of Nebraska anid secure a nonresident permit. A nonresident nurseryman must pay a fee of $10 except that in .States that do not charge fees to Febraska nurserymen the permit is free. A dealer must pay a fee of 410 and is required to. furnish affidavit that he will deal only in certified stock and that 'he will maintain with the Department a list -of sources of such stock. Landscape architects and tree movers are classified as dealers. An agent is required to secure a permit, through his principal, at a fee of $1. Permits expire on July 1 following date of issue, unless otherwise provided.
Nebraska maintains no State plant quarantines affecting interstate shipments.
The foregoing summary was checked and approved on August 8, 1949, by R. J. Walstrom, then State Entomologist.