TATh PLANT BOARD
UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Bureau of Entomolog? and Plant Caarantine
Washington, D. C.
July 1, 1939.
B. E. P. Q.--479, Supplement No. 1.
PLANT-QUARANTINE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS OF THE
COLONY AND PROTECTORATE OF KENYA
(Government Notice No. 851, November 21, 1938) Importation of Soil Prohibited The importation into the Colony and Protectorate of Kenya of any
rooting medium for plants which consists either wholly or in part of
soil, whether or not it is attached to any plant, is prohibited.
Fruit To Be Certified No consignment of fruit grown in countries other than Zanzibar,
Tanganyika Territory, and Uganda shall be permitted to enter the Colony unless accompanied by a certificate signed by an officer of the exporting country, to the effect that a percentage (to be stated) of the
packages in the consignment has been examined by him and has been found
to be free from insect pests.
Additions to Restricted Seeds The following items are to be added to the list of restricted
seeds in article 1 of the Plant Protection Ordinance of September 2,
1937 (page 2, B. E. P. q.--479), namely,
Barberry (Berberis vulgaris). Buckthorn (Rh'jrmnus cathartica).
Chief, Beauof Entomology(& lant Quarantine.
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