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Re: Re: HIST: SEED -- and how hard is it to shiprhizomes to other countries?

  • Subject: Re: [iris-talk] Re: HIST: SEED -- and how hard is it to shiprhizomes to other countries?
  • From: Rochelle <rochelle@rudduck.com>
  • Date: Tue, 21 May 2002 22:21:23 +1000

Thanks Jan
I will contact Quarentine to investigate the phytosanitation proceedure
Does anyone know what this is and if it affects seed?

on 21/5/02 8:31 PM, Jan Clark at janclarx@hotmail.com wrote:

> Gesine and Rochelle - seed can be sent from the US to Australia so long as
> it is correctly labelled, clean and dry, with no contaminants.
> It cannot however be sent to the US without the SENDER getting a
> phytosanitation certificate.
> Rhizomes cannot be sent either way without a phytosanitation certificate,
> available after inspection of the goods by quartantine.
> It thus becomes an expensive business.
> Cheers, Jan in Australia

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