Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Republic of Czechoslovakia

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Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Republic of Czechoslovakia
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B.E.P.Q. ;
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1 leaf : ; 27 cm.
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English
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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
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- Czechoslovakia   ( lcsh )
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"November 26, 1934."
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"Lee A. Strong, Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine."

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UNITED STATES DEPART OF AdRICULTURE Bureau of Entomology and Plant Q uarantine TWashington, D. C.






B. E. P. Q.--3056, Supplement No. 1 N1ovember 26, 1934



PLANT-QUARANRLE WMORT RESTRICTIONS

OF E

REPUBLIC OF CZECHiOS1OVAKIA

The Order of October 13, 1953, Z 118,207/1933, of the IMinister of Agriculture of the Republio of Czeehoalovakia, defines the
1 440 "living plants", as -used in Article 1 of Section II, apreau-n
tius Againtst San Jose Scale", page 14t B. E. P. Q,.--366, as follows:

"'Living plants' are to be regarded as all living plants or
parts thereof which are physiologically living and not dry, Hlence,
such also are fresh clover, potatoes, beets, melons, purmkina, onions',
garlic, and other fresh vegetables,ine grapes, freah deciduous
fruits, cut flowers, bulbs, tubers, solons, seedlings, abrubs, and
bedding plants. However, thle term is not applicable to seeds or
cereals, although they too represent living parts of plants. The ineluaion of seeds under the term might involve serious difficulty,
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since even seeds would be subjected to phytopathological inspection,
which does not here accomplish the purpose and would be burdensome
to the grain and seed trade. The risk of introducing San Jose scale
through seeded is very small,," (&41l. Pfl est, VI: 5, Sept. 1,
1934, p. 100.)





LE11 A. S'ERONfrY
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Cuarantine.
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