25, D. C.
March 18, 1952
'STATE NURSERY-STOCK SHIPPING EQUIREMENTS AND PIANT
.MS PD REGULATIONS AFECTING INTERSTATE SHIPMENTS
Aion contained in this summary was compiled from material
plant quarantine official of New Hampshire and has been
It is issued for the convenience of plant quarantine in-
s, transportation agents, truckers, and others concerned
movement of plants, plant products. and other materials
regulation on account of plant pests.
for New Hampshire gives the general requirements for ship-
Ik into that State. An appendix furnishes information on
rements for mailing plants, as well as terminal-inspection
summary does not include digests of nursery-stock and
requirements relating to the movement of plants entirely
ion contained in this circular is believed to be correct
o the time of preparation, but it is not intended to be
y of or as a substitute for the original texts of the
it is not to be interpreted as legally authoritative.
ration address the State Entomologist, Insect and Plant
on and Control, State Department of Agriculture, Durham,
to State requirements, shippers will need to take into
licable plant quarantines of the United States Department
In most instances these quarantines regulate the inter-
specified plants, plant products, and other articles
egulated areas. However, some of these quarantines regu-
te movement of certain articles into designated protected
such quarantines may be obtained from the Bureau of
ant Quarantine, Washington 2%, D. C.
Chief Bureau of Entomology and
Summary of General Nursery-Stock Shipping Requirements
(N. H. Rev. L. (1942), ch. 225, secs. 5-6)
iftion of Nursery Stock.--All woody plants and parts thereof capable
'opagation, whether wild, cultivated, or greenhouse-grown; and straw-
plants. The inspection certificate is not required for cut flowers
)r herbaceous plants or bulbs.
-al Shipping Requirements.--All nursery stock moving into New Hampshire
.d beer on each package an unexpired certificate to the effect that the
,nts have been inspected and appear to be free from all dangerous in-
i or diseases.
If nursery stock is brought into New Hampshire without an inspection
.ficate, it must be returned by the consignee to the 'consignor at the
r's expense, or the consignee must call the State inspector to inspect
New Hampshire maintains no State plant quarantines affecting inter-
The foregoing summary was reviewed and approved on February 4, 1952,
G. Conklin, State Entomologist.
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