, 48t 5 14th Rev Effective December 12, 1945
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301.72- Administ tive instructions: modification of certification
__ntb for secied articles.,--Pursuant to the authority conferred
u t hief of the au of Entomolocy and Plant -u-rantine by the sec-
prooo*o 30. oticb of .hivrantine'No. 72, on account of the
w rirwea beetle], the certification requirernent of ff 301.72-4 and
72-5 of the regulations revised effective December 12, 1945 (10 F. R.
5), are hereby modified as to the interstate movement of the following
icles tnd materials enumerated in 30r.72-3:
(a) Certificates may be issued for the interstate movement of the
f ing materials under the conditions specified below:
(1) Soil, sand, gravI, clay, peat, or muck, when taken from a depth
o t l t 2 feet below the existing, surface, and when entirely free fron
- rf t a-depth of 2 feet.
(2) san gravel, when washed, processed, or otherwise treated to
Satisfaction of the inspector,
(b) All certification requirements are waived for the following arti-
s and materials when free from soil and when they have not been exposed
to infestation or when sanitation practices are maintained as prescribed by
or to the satisfaction of the inspector:
(I ) Hy and straw, except that peanut hay is not exempt.
(2) Uncleaned grass, grain, and legume seed.
(3) Seed cotton, cottonseed, and haled cotton lint and linters.
(4) Scrap metal and junk.
(5) Forest products such as cordwood, stump wood, logs, lumber,
t, pests, poles, and cross ties.
(6) Brick, tile, stone, and cinders.
(7) Concrete slabs, pipe, and builing blocks.
(8) Implements, machinery, equipment, and containers.
RE('UIATED ARTICI:E3 NOT AFFrD Y
(c) Certification is required for the following repulated articles
and materials enumerated in 301.72-3:
(I) All soil, sand, gravel, clay, peat, or muck, whether moved in-
dependently or in connection ith, or attached to nursery stock, plants,
products, articles, or things,
(2) Compost, manure, moss, and leafm6ld.
(3) Nursery stock,
(4) Prass sod,
(5) lantcrowns or roots for propagation.
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(6) Potatoes (Trish), when freshly harvested.
(7) True bulbs, corms, tubers, and rhizomes o+' ornamental plants,
when freshly harvested or uncured.
(8) Peanuts in the shell.
(9) Peanut hay.
This revision supersedes B.E.P.Q. 485, thirteenth revision, which
became effective November 28, 1944.
These instructions shall be effective on and after December 1,
and shall remain in effect until further modified or r-etoked4,:-
(Sec. 8, '37 Stat. 318, 39 Stat. 1165, 44 -Stat. 250; 7 USC. 1940 d
161;-7 CFR 301.72, as revised effective December 12, 19*,j1O F. R,
Done at Washingtbn, D. C., this 10th day of December 1945.o
A7V'ERY S. HOYT
Acting Chief, Bureau of Entamo
and Plant quarantine