UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT 'O ATCT7TTTT.E
AGRICT'TTURAL RESEARCH ADMUITSTRATION
Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine Washington 25, D). C.
B. E. P. Q.--465, Supplement No. 2 September 16, 1943.
PLANT-QUA'RANTIE PORT RESTR7ICTION OF
FRENCH ETTATOPRIAL AFRICA ITPORTATION OF COTTON, COTTOTTSEEDS, AND PLANTS PPOHIPITED ORDER NO. 46 OF JANUARY 9, 1943
Foreign Commerce Weekly for June 14, 1943, reports that raw
cotton, cottonseeds, plants, and their containers, including earth or compost, are prohibited entry into French Equatorial Africa for importation, storage, or transit, excent by the Service of Cotton Selection, to prevent introduction of 'Irilt."
Cottonseeds imported by the Service of Cotton Selection may enter only through the port of Pointe-Noire and the river port of Brazzaville, and must be sealed in sacks and accompanied by a certificate of origin visaed by the Phytopathologic Service attesting that the seeds have been disinfected at the time of departure. Such certificates are to be countersigned by the consular apent of the country of origin in French Equatorial Africa.
S. A. ROTWE ,
Actin Chief, Bureau of Entomoloy and Plant Quarantine.
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