UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Washington, D. C.
B. E. P. Q. 469, Supplement No. 3.
September 16, 1939.
PLANT-QUARANTIhE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
KINGDOM OF ITALY
ITALIAN EAST AFRICA
Italian East Africa includes the territories of Addis
Ababa, Amara, Eritrea, Galla and Sidama, Harar, and Italian
According to the List of Prohibited Articles published
by the International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union, edi-
tion of January 1938, the plant-quarantine import restrictions
of Italian East Africa are the same as those for the Kingdom
Decree No. 230, of March 15, 1939, prohibits the im-
portation of unspun cotton into Italian East Africa.
The importation of cottonseed is permitted only when
authorized by the "Ente per il cotone dellt Africa italiana."
The application for import permit must indicate the locality
into which the seed is to be imported, the varieties and quantity
of seed imported, and the regions in which it is to be sown.
STATE PLANT BOARD
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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Cottonseed mast be shipped in sacks sealed by the
phytopathological service of the country of origin and be
accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate indicating origin.
Cottonseed may be imported only through the customs
offices of Aiscia, Assab, Chisimaio, Gambela, Massawah,
Mogadiscio, and Tessenei.
Chief, Burenu of Entomology and Plant Quarantine.