Re: Phytosanitary Certificates
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- Subject: Re: Phytosanitary Certificates
- From: Rick Tasco/Roger Duncan <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 18 Feb 1997 14:18:16 -0700 (MST)
> Clarence states: << Answer: It varies from State to State. >>
> Thanks for your response Clarence. This is exactly why I am trying to > gather information for as many states as possible, because I realise
> that this is a state matter, not a federal one.
Sorry Graham, but you're not totally correct. As Sharon once said
"There are no absolutes".
The phytosanitary certificate IS a FEDERAL form, not a state form, and
each state can set their own standards as to how they AUTHORIZE and
DISTRIBUTE the FEDERAL phytosanitary certificate.
In California, it is not even a state matter, it is a COUNTY matter.
Each county in California has their own agricultural commissioner and
they set their own schedules and fees for phytos, etc.
Looks like your job has just been made a lot harder, if you're including
California! And there may be other large major agricultural producing
states like this??
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