Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Commonwealth of Australia


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Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Commonwealth of Australia
Series Title:
B.E.P.Q. ;
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2 p. : ; 27 cm.
Hoyt, Avery S
United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Washington, D.C
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- Australia   ( lcsh )


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"September 24, 1945."
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"Avery S. Hoyt, Acting Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine."

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September 24, 1945

B.,E.P.Q.-476, Sup-lement To. 5

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I" Accnrding to the Proclenim.ti,'ns and Stat',i.try Pulps cit-.c1 b'el-iw,
Proclpmptinn 2P, (azetted S'rntemb,:r 1c, 1975, -nd. the urantin.-
(Pl a.nt) regulations nromi.lgsatcd und,cr the urrpntine "ct lC.g- 1924
(Pla.,it. Division), been pmond a- follows:

Imnnrtetinn of All. Cactap.cea.e Prnhibitr'd

(Procla.mation To& 19?, Gzotted Arril 11, 1940)

1. The im-nrtap.tion into Auqtralip ofn an:, nlant (incl',.ding any ront,
pad, cutting, ir seed) rf th f'Pmil-'- Cr-ctpceapC,- is nrnhibited. ('Vote:
This Proclpmation revokes -nd sunersedes th.: ls.t nararaPn-h rn
S-opge Iof 3.T.P.Z.--476.)

Inmorta.tion of Posaceae Conditionally Prohibited-

(Procleamation 1io. 20P, Gnzetted January 30, 1941)

2. The innortation into AustrPlia, except with the permission of the
Minister, of all p-olants or parta of plants (including the fruit but
exempting the seeds) of the suborder or tribe Pomeae, or of the suborder
or tribe Pruneae, of the order ".osceae '-hich were grown in any
country in which pepr blight or fire blight (Bpcillus amylovoruq (Burr.)
Trev.) exists, is -orohibited. ( "-te: This Pr,'-.clamation revokes and
supersedes the seventh paragraph on page 2 of B.B.P.r.--4h-.)

Imnnrtation of Row Cotton Into the
State of 'Oueonsland Pro-hibited

(Proclamation 'To. 17P, Gpzetted Februpry 29, 194.3)

3. The imnortption from overseas into the Stap.te of Queezsl.nd of rpw
S cotton (lint and linters), except samnles of cotton for determiningg
S cotton standards, iR prohibited.

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Treatment Prescribe. for Raw Cotton Importations
into States Other than Queensland

(Statutory tules ".To. 43, February 28, l94o)

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4. Regulation 22A of the Quarantine (Plants) Regulations (page 7
B.E.P.Q.-J-76) is repealed and the following regulation inserted, in
its stead.:

"22A. The importation of raw cotton *'it or linters) which is sub-
ject to quarantine shall be subject to tne following conditions:

(a) The bples of raw cotton shall, on importation, be delivered
direct to the mills for manufacture;

(b) All coverings or wrap-ings and staves used in packing or
baling the raw cotton shall, when any bale is opened, be
removed from the cotton contained. therein a.nd burnt in
the mill n-oremises; and

(c) Txcept in the case of raw cotton importe- from the United
States of America, all cotton debris, waste matter, seed,
and other rapterial seperpted from the raw cotton during
nroceqsing by the first machines through which the cotton
passes shall be burnt in the mill premises or be crushed
between steel rollers in thoce premises."


Sunplement the sixth paragraph on page 2 of B.E.P.Q.-476 by in-
serting the words "COFFEE (Coffep spp.)" to make the psregraph read:

"COFFEE (Coffea snpp.) PLATS OR PAPTS THEREOF, including
fruits or -seFds (other than manufactured products thereof)
liable to infestation with .rny species of Hemileia from any
country in which Hemileia exists."

Avery S. Ho:,t
Acting Chief, 'Bureau of 2.ntomolor- and Plant 'Quarantine.