Summary of state nursery-stock shipping requirements and plant quarantines and regulations affecting interstate shipments

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Summary of state nursery-stock shipping requirements and plant quarantines and regulations affecting interstate shipments South Carolina
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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 25, D. C.


B. 3. P. Q. 57--42t Revised Juno 9, 1953

SUMMARY OF STATE NURSERY-STOCK SHIPPING REQUIRhINTS AND PLANT
QUARANTINES AHD REGULATIONS AFFECTI.,G INTERSTATE SHIPiIENTS

SOUTH CAROLINA

The information contained in this summary was compiled from material
received from the plant quarantine official of South Carolina and has been
approved by him. It is issued for the convenience of plant quarantine in-
spectors, shippers, transportation agents, truckers, and others concerned
in the interstate movement of plants, plant products, and other materials
subject to State regulation on account of plant pests.

The summary for South Carolina gives the general requirements for
shipping nursery stock into that State, as well as digests of the State
plant quarantines and. regulations affecting interstate shipments. An .p-
pendix furnishes information on post-office requirements for mailing
plants, as well as terminal-inspection procedure. This summary does not
include digests of nursery-stock or plant-quarantine requirements relat-
ing to the movement of plants entirely within the State.

The information.eontained in this circular was prepared by Juliet H.
Carrington, Division of Plant Quarantines, and is believed to be correct
and complete up to the time of preparation, but it is not intended to be
used independently of or as a substitute for the original texts of the
regulations and quarantines, and it is not to be interpreted as legally
authoritative. For detailed information address the Entomologist, State
Crop Pest Commission, Clemson, South Carolina.

In addition te State requirements, shippers will need to take into
consideration applicable plant quarantines of the United States Department
of Agriculture, In most instances these quarantines regulate the inter-
state movement of specified plants, plant products, and other articles
from designated regulated areas. However, some of these quarantines regu-
late the interstate movement of certain articles into designated protected
areas. Copies of such quarantines may be obtained from the Bureau of
Entomology and Plant Quarantine, Washington 25, D. C.



/s/ Avery S. 'Hoyt
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine






South Carolina nursery-stock
shipping requirements
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SOUTH CAROLINA

Summary of General Nursery-Stock Shipping Requirements
(Nursery Regulations, approved Dec. 1, 1942F

Definition of Nursery Stock.-Fruit, nut, shade, and ornamental trees

and shrubs; vines, bulbs, roots, tubers, and all other plants and parts

of plants for propagation purposes.

General Shipping Requirements,--Nurserymen wishing to move nursery stock

into South Carolina must file a valid inspection certificate signed by

the responsible inspection official of the State of origin, with the

South Carolina State Crop Pest Commission. Dealers should file an af-

fidavit giving the names of nurseries from which they expect to buy nur.-

sery stock to ship into the State and have each such firm file with the

Commission a duplicate nursery-inspection certificate of the State in

which it is located, All shipments of nursery stock moving into South

Carolina must be accompanied by a valid inspection certificate of the

State of origin. Nurserymen in States requiring permit tags, invoices,

or fees from South Carolina nurserymen must meet like requirements in

shipping nursery stock into South Carolina, ,

The South Carolina State Entomologist issues weekly lists of viola-

tors of South Carolina requirements during the shipping season =ad at

longer intervals during the remainder of the year so that purchasers may

be informed as to firms that fail to comply with the law.





South Carolina plLnt
quarantin'-s

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Sumimary of State Plant _uarntines


Camellia Flow.r Bjjli1ht
(Quarantine, revised effective Nov. 1, 1951)


Related areas

California:

Georgia:


Louisiana:




North Carolina:


Oregon:


Entire State

That property known as 3629 Tuxedo Road, Tuxedo Park
Community, Atlanta, as described

Caddo Parish-Thlat part of the city of Shreveport
described; Orleans Parish-That part of the city of
New Orleans described; and Ouachita Parish--iThose
portions of the city of Monroe described

Brunswick County-That part described, including Orton
Plantation

Entire State


Prohibited Products.--Balled and potted camellia plants; cut camellia
flowers.

Conditions of Movement.-No balled or dotted camellia plants with soil
attached, cut camellia flowers, or plants with flower buds showing any
traces of color may be moved from the regulated areas into South Carolina.

Barerooted camellia plants with flower buds showing no trpce of color
will be admitted into South Carolina from the regulated areas under
proper certificate from the State of origin.



Citrus
(ITursery Regulations, approved Dec. 1, 1942)

The movement of citrus-fruit stock into South Carolina is prohibited
except by special permit.





South Carolina plant
quarantines



Phony Peach
(Quarantine Order No. 1, revised Feb. 15, 1953)

Regulated prodiucts.--.All almond, apricot, nectarine, peach, and plum
nursery stock.

Conditions governing shipment.-Transportation of the regulated products
from any regulated area into, within, or from South Carolina is permitted
only when there is securely attached to the outside of each shipment a
valid nursery-inspection certificate of the State of origin, bearing the
name and address of the consignor of such regulated products,.

Requirements for certification,.-Certificates or permits shall be issued
only on the following conditions: (1) Each nursery in the phony-peach
infected areas shall apply to the State plant quarantine official for
approval of the proposed nursery-growing site on or before August 15 of
each year; (2) selected nursery sites shall be at least 300 yards from
wild plum, 1/2 mile from phony-infected commercial orchards, and 1/2 mile
from urban areas; (3) the 1/2-mile environs of the nursery site shall be
inspected prior to October 1, and all phony trees found shall be removed
prior to November 1; (4) all budding shall be restricted to the slipbud
method; and (5) propagation of the regulated products by means of rooted
cuttings is prohibited.

There are no restrictions on the movement of regulated products to the
U. S. Department of Agriculture or to other recognized institutions for
scientific purposes, except that a special permit must be secured for the
movement of such products into or within South Carolina.

Regulated areas

Alabama: Entire State

Florida: Entire State

Georgiag Entire State

Arkansas: Counties of Arkansas, Ashley, Bradley, Chicot, Columbia,
Orittenden, Cross, Desha, Drew, Hempstead, Howard,
Jefforson, Johnson, Lafayette, Lee, Lincoln, Little
River, Miller, Monroe, Nevada, Phillips, Pike, St. Francis,
Sevier, Union, Woodruff

Louisianai Parishes of Bienville, Bossier, Caddo, Claiborne, De Soto,
Jackson, Lincoln, Morehouse, Hatchitoches, Ouachlta,
Red River, Union





South Carolina plant
quarantines'


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Regulated areas

Mississippi:






Missouri;

North Carolina:


South Carolina$



Tennessee:


Texas:


(Cont.).


Entire State exceDt counties of Benton, Bollver, Calhoun,
Choctaw, Clay, De Soto', Grenada, Humphreys, Issaquena,
Itawamba, Jasper, Kemper, Leflore, Lowndes, Madison,
Marshall, Montgomery, Noxubee, Oktibbeha, Panola,
Pontotoo, Qpitman, Sharkey, Tallahatchie, Tate, Tippah,
Tishomingo, Winston, Yalobusha

County of Dunklln

Counties of Anson, Cumberland, Gaston,- Hoke, Polk,
Rutherford

Counties of Aiken, Allendale, Barnwell, Cherokee,
Chesterfield, Zdgefield, Greenville, Laurens, Lexington,
Orangebur--:, Saluda, Spartanburg, Sumter, York

Counties of Dyer, Fayette, Hardemnen, Hardin, LauclerOale,
McNairy ;

Counties of Anderson, Bexar, Camp, Cherokee, Henderson,
Limestone, McLennan, Milam, Panola, Rusk, San Augustine,
Smith


Phony Peach (Cont.)





South Carolina plant
quarantines

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Seed Potatoes
(Regulation 16Q, revised Jan. 9, 1939)

Certified seed potatoes may not be moved into South Carolina unless

there is. attached to each container a valid certification tag of the

State of origin and unless the containers, if sacks, are closed by a lead

seal or mechanical sealer. I

Certified seed-potato tags will be recognized only when issued by

the authorized agency of the State or Territory of origin and upon deter-

mination that (1) the. source of the foundation stock has been approved by

the certifying official, (2) the stock so certified was inspected at least

twice while growing and again at time of shipment and found within the

tolerances allowed for potato insect pests and plant diseases as specified

in the regulation, (3) identity of such certified seed potatoes was main-

tained during storage and shipment, and (4) tags show certification that

the foregoing requirements have been met.

All other seed potatoes entering South Carolina must have a tag

prominently attached to the container stating that the potatoes are non-

certified, and no statement on the tag shall imply that the potatoes are

of superior quality, certified, or registered.





South Carolina plant
quarantines


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Swc etpotato Weevil
(Quarantine, revised Ja=.30, 1953)

Restricted products.-Sweetpotato roots or tubers, plants, vines, or parts
thereof; vines or roots of all plants belonging to the genus Ipomoea; or
such other plants as may be found to be hosts of the weevil.

Conditions governing movement--Restricted products may not be moved from
any regulated area through, into, within, or from South Carolina unless
each container has attached a valid inspection certificate affirming that
(i) such material is apparently weevil-free and (2) was produced, packed,
and handled in such manner and under such conditions as to eliminate risk
of spread of the weevil,

Conditions govering issuance of certificates:-(l) Ho certificate shall
be issued for the movement of restricted products from the regulated area
in South Carolina into any State which prohibits such movement.

(2) Sweetpotatoes from the regulated areas will be admitted into South
Carolina only when accompanied by State-of-origin certification that su-ach
sweetpotatoes were fumigated with methyl bromide; and the shipper must
notify the South Carolina State Crop Pest Commission at time of shipment
of fumigated sweetpotatoes, giving consignee, destination, size, and date
of shipment.

Regulated areas


Alabama:

Florida:



Georgia:



Louisiana:





Mississippi:


South Carolina:


Counties of Baldwin, 2scambia, and Mobile

Entire State except the following counties: Bay,
Calhoun, Franklin, Gulf, Hamilton, Holmes, Madison,
Wakulla, Walton, and Washington

Counties of Ben Hill, Brantley, Coffee, Decatur, Dooly,
Dougherty, Grady, Miller, Mitchell, Pierce, Seminole,
Telfair, Thomas, Toombs, and Wheeler

Parishes of Sabine, Natochitoches, and all those
parishes south of and including Vernon, Rapides,
Polnte Coupee, East Feliciana, West Feliciana,
East Baton Rouge, St. Helena, Livingston, Tangipahoa,
Washington

Counties of Forrest, George, Green, Harrison, Jackson,
Lamar, Marion, Pearl River, Pike, Stone, and Walthall.


Those parts of Charleston County described





South Carolina plant
quarantines




Sweetpotato Weevil (Cont)

Regulated areas (Cont.)

Texas: Counties of Angelina, Aransas, Atascosa, Austin,
Bandera, Bastrop, Bee, Bell, Bexar, Blanco, Bosque,
Brazoria, Brazos, Brooks, Burleson, Burnet, Caldwell,.
Calhoun, Cameron, Cass, Chambers, Cherokee, Colorado,
Comal, Concho, Coryell, Crane, Crockett, Deaf Smith,
De Witt, Dimmit, Duval, Edwards, Falls, Fayette,
Fort Bend, Frio, Galveston, Gillespie, Goliadt
Gonzales, Grimes, Guadalupe, Hamilton, Hardin, Harris,
Hays, Hidalgo, Hill, Houston, Irion, Jackson, Jasper,
Jeff Davis, Jefferson, Jim Hogg, Jim Wells, Karnes,
Kendall, Kenedy, Kerr, Kimble, Kinney, Kleberg,
Lampasas, La Salle, Lavaca, Lee, Liberty, Limestone,
Live Oak, Llano, McOulloch, McLennan, McMullen, Mason,
Matagorda, Maverick, Medina, Menard, Milam, Montgomery,,
Nacogdoches, Newton, Nueces, Orange, Panola, Parmer,
Pecos, Polj, Presidio, Reagan, Real, Reeves, Refugio,
Robertv, Sabine, San Augustine, San Jacinto,
San Patrioio, San Saba, Schleicher, Shelby, Smith, Starr,
Sutton, Terrell, Travis, Trinity, Tyler, Upton, Uvalde,'
Val Verde, Van Zandt, Victoria, Walker, Waller,
Washington, webb, Wharton, Willacy, Williamson, Wilsona
Wood, Zapata, Zavala













The foregoing summary was reviewed and approved on May 15, 1953, by
Mr. J. A. Berly, Entomologist.




- ..- - Louisiana plant
* New page quarantines
:B.E.P.Q. 578-19: 9 New quarantine
3 Louisiana :

Oak Wilt
(Quarantine, effective Mar. 23, 1953)

Prohibited products.-Rooted trees, seedlings, and propagative parts,

except seed, of oak (Quercus spp.), Chinese chestnut (Castanea mollissima),

tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus), and bush chinquapin (Castanopsis

sempervirens).

Conditions governing movement.-(l) The prohibited products may not be

moved into or within Louisiana from the infected area.

(2) Movement of the prohibited products from all States other than those

specified as being in the infected area is prohibited unless each such

shipment is accompanied by a valid inspection certificate of the State of

origin.


qUAAdUTIi'ED AREA

1. Infected area

Entire States of Arkansas, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas,
Michigan, Minnesota, iiissouri, Nebraska, North Carolina,
Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia,
Wisconsin; and any State in which oak wilt may be found
hereafter

2. Restricted area

All States other than those listed above that do not
maintain restrictions against the movement of the
prohibited products into such States from the
designated infected States or areas




The foregoing summary was reviewed and approved on May 6, 1953, by
S. J. McCrory, State Entomologist, Louisiana Department of Agriculture
and Immigration.


June 9, 195 Is/ Avery S. Hoyt
Approved Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant ;uar-antine




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