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Re: Alert: Proposed USDA Noxious Weeds Program

  • Subject: Re: [IGSROBIN] Alert: Proposed USDA Noxious Weeds Program
  • From: maria guzman <mirror@3RIVERS.NET>
  • Date: Sat, 13 Apr 2002 07:19:24 -0600

This was discussed on Alpine-L and appears to be something of an
exaggeration.  In fact a classic Conspiracy Theory.  I'll see if I can
retrieve the relevant comments.


>Please forgive the cross posting but this is a very important issue.
>Also I'm no longer subscribed to some of these lists and would
>appreciate it if this information gets passed on to as many plant
>oriented groups as possible.
>J.L. Hudson published an article in the April issue of Espinas y
>Flores (the SDCSS Newsletter) indicating that the USDA is proposing
>required permits and inspections of all seeds and plants being
>transported across state lines (in the US). Hudson has a website with
>some opinion at:
>The proposal can be accessed at:
>Phil Bunch

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