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ITIITED STATES DEPARTmENT OF AGRICUj2LThC
Bureau of Entomnology and Pla-t Quarantine
Wishin-:;ton, D. C.
B. E. P. q. 471, Supplement No. 2.
February 23, 1940.
PLANT QUAPRANTINE I!-.0RT STPPLICTJ01TS
TM ION OF SOUTH AnHICA
Restrictions on the Importation of Potatoes
By proclamation No. 155 the Governor-General of the Union
of South Africa has amended the Schedule of Proclamation No. 286
of 1936 by the insertion of the following paragraph:
"(c) A certificate from the Department of Agriculture
of the declared country of origin, or a certificate
from some official institution in that country which
th6 Minister has agreed to recognize, stating that the
crop from which the potatoes were deri-cd was officially
inspected in the field and that the degree of freedom
from virus diseases was sufficiently high to ensure the
suitability of the progeny for seed purposes, and stating
further that the said crop was not grown in the vicinity
of any unhealthy potato crops or other plants infected
with potato virus diseases."
Effective 'ebruxary 1, 1940.
STATE PLANT BOARD
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
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