In the EU, lists of regulated plants and other articles have been amended due to risk of quarantine pests. The lists shall be used from 11 of April 2022. Take a look, how this might impact import and trade.
Lists of EU quarantine pests and regulated non-quarantine pests has been changed from 11 April 2022. This may affect the import and trade of host plants and other regulated goods.
The first EU guidelines for planning surveys of new and quarantine plant pests have been published in April 2020 by EFSA Plant health panel. Official surveys have been in place in EU Memeber States for two decades based on international standards. “How to organise a national detection survey?” is a question I have been often asked and provided answers.
The new year 2020 has a magic set of digits. It is bringing a unique awarness raising global campaign as the International Year of Plant Health. All this reminds me of the poem “Nothing twice” by Wislawa Szymborska. Nothing can ever happen twice.In consequence, the sorry fact isthat we arrive here improvisedand leave without theContinue reading “Once or twice”
European Union has implemented stricter phytosanitary rules for imports of several species of fruits, including apples. Since 1st of September 2019 a phytosanitary certificate has been required for import from all third countries for apples. Quarantine pests, which must be absent from apple fruits, were listed in Annex I to the Directive 2000/29/EC and specialContinue reading “How to import apples to the EU?”
The European Union implements the new plant plant health regime on 14 of December 2019. The news affects all proffesional growers, traders, distributors, importers and exporters of plants and other regulated goods, as well as those, who buy plants online or travel internationally.
Do you know that some plants need a passport to travel across the European Union? Internationally, a phytosanitary certificates have been agreed to be documents, which confirm, that plants in transfer of state borders are healthy and do not threaten the plant health in a country of destination. Regulated plants from third countries may notContinue reading “Welcome to the green blog”
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