Plant-quarantine import restrictions of the Republic of Turkey
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United States -- Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
United States Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Administration, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine
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Plant quarantine -- Law and legislation -- Turkey ( lcsh ) Dried fruit -- Quarantine -- Turkey ( lcsh )
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Dried fruits certification.
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"September 20, 1948."
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TRTJ STATES DEPARTIVENT OF AGRIQULTURE
Agicuitural Research Administrat ion
Bureau of Entomology end Plant Quarantine Washington 25, D. C,
$T .1 September 20, 1948
B.E.P.Q.-451, Supplement No. 3
PLANT-QUARANTINE IPOR! RESTRICTIONS (F TBE
REPUBLIC CF TURKEY
Certification of Dried Fruits Required
The International Bureau of the Universal Postal Union reports in Circular No. 156 of July 27, 1948, that Turkish authorities consider both drie and fresh fruit as forming parts of plants, and therefore, these products must be accompanied by phytosanitary oertfiiates indicating origin as well as freedom from pests upon their importation into Turkey.
This pronouncement by Turkish authorities extends the
certification requirement for fresh fruit in Supplement No. 1 to dried. fruit also.