STATE PLANT BOARD
IT~IED STATES DEPARITML1T OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Entomology and Plait Quarantine
WASHINGTON, D. 0.
B. E. P. q.
July 20, 1939.
PLANT- qUARAKTIE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
BRITISH COL0OY OF BERi.IUDA
UIITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Bureau of Entomologr and Plant Quarantine
Washington, D. C.
B. E. P. c.
July 20, 1939.
PLALT-QUARA1NTIEE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
BRITISH COLOW OF BERMUDA
This revision of the digest of the plant-quarantine
import restrictions of the Colony of Bermuda was rendered
necessary by the repeal of the Regulations of April 28, 1936,
and their supersession by those approved May 17, 1939, under
the bylaws made by the Bermuda Board of Agriculture, March 7,
It was prepared by Harry B. Shaw, Plant Quarantine
Inspector, in charge of Foreign Information Service, Division
of Foreign Plant Quarantines, from the above-cited revised
regulations, and reviewed by the Director of Agriculture for
The information contained in this circular is believed
to be correct and complete up to the time of preparation, but
it is not intended to be used independently of, nor as a
substitute for, the original texts, and it is not to be
interpreted as legally authoritative.
Avery S. Hoyt, /
Acting Chief, Bureau of Entomologr and Plant Quarantine.
PLANT-QUARANTInE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS
The Boards Act, 1929.
(Bylaws approved May 17, 1939)
Article 1. "Plant Importation" means ary plant or part
of a plant brought into the Colony by axr means whatsoever, but
does not include cut flowers, vegetables for consumption, or
true seed, except where this is expressly stated.
Notice of Arrival
Art. 8 (1) Prescribes that owners or consignees of
plant importations or their agents hall notify the Director of
Agriculture or the Plant Pathologist of the landing of such a
(2) Plant importations arriving by parcel post
shall not be delivered without the permission of a plant protec-
Cut Flowers and Fresh Vegetables
Art. 9. In the case of cut flowers and fresh unfrozen
vegetables arriving from the United States of America during the
period June 1 to September 30, the owner or consignee, or the
agent of either, shall notify the Director or Plant Pathologist
as early as practicable of the landing thereof.
Special Permit for Imports by Aircraft
Art. 10. No plant of any kind, including fresh unfrozen
vegetables and cut flowers, shall be imported by aircraft unless
accompanied by a special permit previously obtained from the
Director: or Vlant Pathologist.
Art. 11. Provides for the destruction, fumigation, or
other treatment of any plant importation or any imported fresh
vegetables or cut flowers if such action is deemed by the plant
protection officer to be desirable.
Art. 12. The importationof the following is prohibited:
3ANANAS, PLAITAIITS (Musa spp.): All parts except the fruit.
CARROTS (Daecu; carntaL.): In the raw or untreated state.
CORH Oa UAIZ (Zea Ueys L.): BROOMOCOR AhD OTHER SORGHUMS: All
arts except the loose grains.
LILIES (Lili n spp.): All parts except the flower and seed.
POTATOES (Solanum tuberosum I.) from Great Britain, Ireland,
ITorthern Ireland, Europe, Newfoundland, St. Pierre, and
SWEETPOTATOES (Ipomoea spp.) including morning-glory, sweetpotato
vine, etc.: Plants and tubers from all countries.
Art. 13. Importation of the following is conditionally
BANAHTA FRUITS: Must be imported without wrapping, cover, or packing
of any kind.
NARCISSUS spp. (daffodils, jonquils, etc.): All parts except the
flower must be accompanied by a special permit previously
obtained from the Director or Plant Pathologist. The permit
will be granted only when he is satisfied that adequate
precautions will be taken to prevent the introduction of
bulb flies and nematodes.
EARTH OR SOIL AND PLANTS GR0TING IN SOIL: Must be accompanied
by a special permit previously obtained from the Director
or Plant Pathologist, which permit shall be granted only
with respect to certain types of plants which cannot be
imported free from soil and which cannot already be
obtained in the desired quantity in Bermuda.
PLANTS, FRESH UNFROZEN VEGETABLES, AND COMMERCIAL SHIPMENTS OF CUT
FLOWERS, imported from the United States of America during the
period June 1 to September 30, may not be imported unless
they meet the requirements of the United States Federal
Quarantine No. 48 with respect to Japanosc beetle
(Popillia japonica) and arc accompanied by certificates to
this effect issued by an authorized official of the United
States Department of Agriculture.
Art. 14. Relates to plants grown in Bermuda, exported
therefrom and offered for reimportation.
MAY PLANTS MAN BE IMPORTED BY THE BOARD OF AGRICULTURE
Art. 15. Nothing in these bylaws shall prevent the Board
from importing any species of plants by any means whatsoever.
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Ii 3 I B1111111111162li1111 11111 IllillN 1 111111 lB II 6 I 1
3 1262 09245 5731