Re: Puerto Rico & plants
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- Subject: Re: Puerto Rico & plants
- From: David Franzman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Tue, 7 Nov 2000 11:17:44 -0600 (CST)
I would check as there are plant restrictions between Hawaii and California and
Hawaii is a state.
> At last report Puerto Rico is still protectorates of U.S. as are Guam,
> and the U.S. Virgin Islands in the Carribean. I don't believe there is
> any restrictions on plants or agricultural barriers between there and
> the Mainland of the USA. You could ask the Department of Agriculture for
> a more definitive answer to the question.
> Denis at Silver Krome
> Lester Kallus wrote:
> > Are there any restrictions on plant imports from Puerto Rico? I'll be
> > going there for a couple days next weekend. If there are no restrictions,
> > I might try to find some material to squeeze in. (I know, it's dumb given
> > the already bulging seams here.)
> > Now with that in mind - are there any particular spots of interest in San
> > Juan which I might find on a Saturday evening or Sunday afternoon? I may
> > have a bit of time on Monday morning too but will have to be at the airport
> > by noon time.
> > Les