Methyl bromide fumigation approved as a condition for certification of pineapples under Hawaiian fruit and vegetable Qua...

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Title:
Methyl bromide fumigation approved as a condition for certification of pineapples under Hawaiian fruit and vegetable Quarantine no. 13
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Book
Language:
English
Creator:
Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine ( Washington, D.C )
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B.E.P. Q.589 Efectve May 31, 1950





TIO A~O7D S % CONDITION FOR OCFWN2JO11 I OF P~kPLES UN EA WAIXN F1RUT !,ND VEGffYL?L QTJA2RL.NTLE NO. 3

In ac oanc ith 7 CF1R 301.13-4 (b) of the regu-lati one suipplemental
to awaianFrut ad Vegetable Quarantine N~o. 1.3, me -.hyl bromV .e fuidAGa-tionappledti the following manner, is hereby designated as an adin:Jnistrtivly apr~ ed procedure that meets the requirements for the certi fictio ofpineapples for interstate movement from Ha.waii.

Alp ovedaopher~ic fumigation, --Treatment Is to be given in an
ap~pove atosperi fumigtion vault with a oirculat!.ng f an, 'or a
I~biodof6 hours, with a dosage of 2 pounds of' methyl bromide per~ 1,000 oubd ee of sjae) including the Load.

Fmgtion vaults and4 equipment zmust be approved for that purpose by he urlauof' Entomology end Plant Quarantine. Both fumitgationo and u'bequnt and-ling of the fruits must be under supervis~lon of a plant quaanineinpector of that Bureau. Fumigated fruit must be aefaguard281 against entation. during the period prior to shipment in a manner satifacoryto the inspector.

Certiicaton of pinea.pples for interstate movement Vill bo based on bothte ratment and compliance with the prescribed post-treatnont


All ots of treatment and prescribedl post -treatmlent safeguards, othe thn te services of the supervising inspector, shall be borne by te onerof the fruit, or 'his representative.

Wiethe -pescr~ibed treatment is judged from experimental tests3
to e sfefor use with pineappl.es, the Department assumes no reapono .biliy~fr an daa~esustained through or In the course of treatment.

Thisappova shall be effective May 31, 1950.

(Se 8Y 37 Stat. 318, as amended, 7 U. S. C. 161; 7 CFR '301.13-4(b)

Done at Washington, D. C.., this 16th da~y of 1M1y, 1950.




Chief, Bureau of Entomology and PatQarantine





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