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GENERAL PLANT PRODUCT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

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GENERAL PLANT PRODUCT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS

    SUMMARIES OF EXTERNAL QUARANTINES

    Compiled for:

    Public Distribution

    Published: August 2009

    IDAHO STATE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

    DIVISION OF PLANT INDUSTRIES

    SUMMARIES OF EXTERNAL QUARANTINES

    Current as of August 2009

    2270 Old Penitentiary Road

    PO Box 790

    Boise, ID 83701-0790

    Telephone: (208) 3328620

    Fax: (208) 3342283

For additional information on Idaho quarantine rules, or to request copies of the rules, please contact the address

    listed above. Idaho State Department of Agriculture (ISDA) rules and other information may also be accessed

    through the ISDA Home Page via the Internet at http://www.agri.idaho.gov. Pest Survey and Quarantine summary

    information may be found under the Publications section.

Lloyd Knight, Administrator Phone: (208) 332-8620

    2270 Old Penitentiary Road, P.O. Box 790 Fax: (208) 334-2283 Boise, ID 83701-0790 E-mail: Lloyd.Knight@agri.idaho.gov

Michael E. Cooper, Bureau Chief Phone: (208) 332-8620

    2270 Old Penitentiary Road, P.O. Box 790 Fax: (208) 334-2283 Boise, ID 83701-0790 E-mail: Mike.Cooper@agri.idaho.gov

NORTHERN AND SOUTHWESTERN IDAHO

Emilee Douglas, Program Manager Phone: (208) 475-0339

    3904 East Flamingo Ave., Suite B Fax: (208) 442-2819 Nampa, ID 83687 E-mail: Emilee.Douglas@agri.idaho.gov

NORTHERN IDAHO

Christine Braumiller, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 265-2092

    469058 Hwy 95, Suite C Fax: (208) 265-2092

    Sagle, ID 83860 E-mail: Christine.Braumiller@agri.idaho.gov

Mark Barnes, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 892-3630

    333 East Palouse River Dr. Ste. 103 Fax: (208) 892-3630 Moscow, ID 83843 E-mail: Mark.Barnes@agri.idaho.gov

SOUTHWESTERN IDAHO

Julia Chavez-Reynoso, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 475-0339

    3904 East Flamingo Ave., Suite B Fax: (208) 442-2819 Nampa, ID 83687 E-mail: Julia.Chavez@agri.idaho.gov

Brad Saito, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 475-0339

    3904 East Flamingo Ave., Suite B Fax: (208) 442-2819 Nampa, ID 83687 E-mail: Brad.Saito@agri.idaho.gov

Karen Warren, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 475-0339

    3904 East Flamingo Ave., Suite B Fax: (208) 442-2819 Nampa, ID 83687 E-mail: Karen.Warren@agri.idaho.gov

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Nick Deeds, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 0339

    3904 East Flamingo Ave., Suite B Fax: (208) 442-2819

    Nampa, ID 83687 E-mail: Nick.Deeds@agri.idaho.gov

EASTERN IDAHO

Garry West, Program Manager Phone: (208) 736-2195

    434 Shoshone St. W. Fax: (208) 736-2198

    Twin Falls, ID 83303 E-mail: Garry.West@agri.idaho.gov

Shelley Conner, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 736-2195

    434 Shoshone St. W. Fax :( 208)736-2198

    Twin Falls, ID 83303 E-mail: Shelley.Conner@agri.idaho.gov

Rodney Andreasen, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 736-2195

    434 Shoshone St. W. Fax: (208) 736-2198

    Twin Falls, ID 83303 E-mail: Rod.Andreasen@agri.idaho.gov

LeRoy Cook, Agriculture Investigator, Senior Phone: (208) 525-7023

    1120 Lincoln Rd. #C Fax: (208) 525-7023

    Idaho Falls, ID 83401 E-mail: Leroy.Cook@agri.idaho.gov

    General Plant Product Entry Requirements:

Nursery Stock Shipping Requirements: All incoming nursery stock must be accompanied by an inspection

    certificate signed by the regulatory agency of the state of origin. The list of the contents and origin of the items must be attached to the package or container. Further certification may be required for some nursery stock originating in areas covered by a state or federal quarantine.

    Nursery stock: Includes all botanically classified plants or any part thereof, such as herbaceous plants, bulbs, sod, buds, corms, culms, roots, scions, grafts, cuttings, fruit pits, seeds of fruits, forest and ornamental trees and shrubs, berry plants, and all trees, shrubs, vines, and plants collected in the wild that are grown or kept for propagation or sale. The term does not include field and forage crops, seeds of grasses, cereal grains, vegetable crops and flowers, bulbs and tubers of vegetable crops, vegetables or fruit used for food or feed, cut trees or cut flowers unless stems or other portions thereof are intended for propagation. However, state law still requires nurseries, florists and landscapers with a physical presence in Idaho to be licensed. Idaho will honor nursery and florist

    licenses issued by states that also accept an Idaho nursery and florist license.

Feed, Seed, Fertilizer, and Soil and Plant Amendments: All commercial feed, seed, fertilizer, and soil and

    plant amendments in bulk or packaged, offered for sale or distributed in Idaho must be properly labeled and registered or licensed with the ISDA. For all unregistered products, please file a report with the Boise office listing the Product, Brand Name (if any), Manufacturer, Consignor, Consignee, Destination, and any pertinent label information.

Honey Bees: Non-resident beekeepers must register with the ISDA before bringing bees into the State to an

    Idaho destination. A certificate of health may be required from the state of origin showing the absence of American foulbrood. Colonies without a health certificate may not be allowed to enter, unless prior arrangements for an inspection have been made. This does not apply to shipments of packaged bees. Shipments transiting the state are exempted from any pre-clearance requirements, however the colonies must be netted or in refrigerated containers.

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Internet Links: “HotLinks” to registration forms, State of Idaho laws and quarantine rules, and federal

    quarantines are imbedded in electronic versions of this document. Idaho registration forms, laws, and rules maybe

    found on the Department Website at: http://www.agri.idaho.gov/. Federal Quarantines may be found by

    searching the federal register at: http://ecfr.gpoaccess.gov/cgi/t/text/text-idx?c=ecfr&tpl=%2Findex.tpl for Title 7 Agriculture, Part 301 Domestic Quarantines.

    PLANT COMMODITY LIST:

ALLIUM SPP. - 02.06.07

    ALMOND(Prunus dulcis) - 02.06.15, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX

    ANNUAL BLUEGRASS (Poa annua) - 02.06.14

    APPLE (Malus spp.) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38

    APRICOT (Prunus armeniaca) - 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    ASTER (Aster sp.) (Plants) - 02.06.11

    BEANS (Phaseolus sp.) - 02.06.06, 02.06.10 ,02.06.11, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST

    NEMATODE

    BRASSICA sp. - 02.06.13

    BROCCOLI (Brassica oleraceae) - 02.06.13

    BROOMCORN (Sorghum bicolor) - 02.06.11

    CABBAGE (Brassica oleraceae var. capitata) - 02.06.13

    CAULIFLOWER (Brassica oleraceae var. Botrytis) - 02.06.13

    CHERRY, BLACK (Prunus serotina) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHERRY, CHOKE (Prunus virginiana) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHERRY, PIN (Prunus pensylvanica) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHERRY, SAND (Prunus pumila) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHERRY, SOUR (Prunus cerasus) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHERRY, SWEET (Prunus avium) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX CHIVE (Allium schoenoprasum) - 02.06.07

    CHRYSANTHEMUM (Chrysanthemum morifolium) (Plants) - 02.06.11

    COMPOST - 02.06.24, 02.06.10, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE CORN (Zea mayes) - 02.06.11

    COTTONSEED - 02.06.02.500

    CRABAPPLE (Malus sp.) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38

    DAHLIA (Dahlia variabilis) (Plants) - 02.06.11

    EGGPLANT - 02.06.10, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    FABA BEAN (Vicia faba) - 02.06.32

    GARLIC (Allium sativum) - 02.06.07

    GLADIOLUS (Gladiolus sp.) (Plants) - 02.06.11

    GERANIUM (Pelargonium sp.) (Plants) - 02.06.11

    GRAIN - 02.06.22

    GRAPES (Vitis vinifera) - 02.06.20

    GREENHOUSE STOCK - 02.06.24

    HAWTHORNE (Crataegus sp.) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38

    HAY - 02.06.22

    HOLLYHOCK (Plants) (Alcea sp.) - 02.06.11

    HOPS (Humulus sp.) - 02.06.05

    HUMUS - 02.06.10, 02.06.22, 02.06.24

    LEEK (Allium ampeloprasum) - 02.06.07

    LENTIL (Lens culinaris) - 02.06.32

    MANURE - 02.06.10, 02.06.22, 02.06.24, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE MINT (Mentha sp.) - 02.06.18

    NECTARINE (Prunus persica nectarina) - 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX NOXIOUS WEEDS - 02.06.22

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NURSERY STOCK (all) - 02.06.22, 02.06.24, 02.06.29, SEE SHIPPING REQUIREMENTS NOTED ON PREVIOUS

    PAGES. SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINES FOR GYPSY MOTH, IMPORTED FIRE ANTS, PINE SHOOT BEETLE, BLACK STEM RUST, PALE CYST NEMATODE

    ONION (Allium cepa) - 02.06.07

    PEAS (Pisum spp.) - 02.06.10, 02.06.32, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    PEA, TANGIER (Lathyrus tingitanus) - 02.06.32

    PEACH (Prunus persica) - 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX

    PEAR (Pyrus communis) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38

    PEPPER (Capsicum sp.) - 02.06.10, 02.06.11, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    PINES (Pinus spp.) - SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINES FOR GYPSY MOTH, IMPORTED FIRE ANT, AND PINE SHOOT

    BEETLE

    PLUM (Prunus spp.) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX

    PLUM, AMERICAN WILD (Prunus alleghaniensis) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC

    QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX

    PLUM, BEACH (Prunus maritima) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR

    PLUMPOX

    PLUM, EUROPEAN (Prunus domestica) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR

    PLUMPOX

    PLUM, JAPANESE (Prunus salicina) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38 , SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR

    PLUMPOX

    POTATOES (Solanum tuberosum) - 22-501, 02.06.10, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST

    NEMATODE

    PRUNE (Prunus domestica) - 02.06.08, 02.06.15, 02.06.38, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PLUMPOX

    QUINCE (Cydonia oblonga) - 02.06.08, 02.06.38

    RAPESEED (Brassica spp.) - 02.06.13

    ROUGH STOCK BLUEGRASS (Poa trivilais) - 02.06.35

    SHALLOT (Allium ascalonicum) - 02.06.07

    SOD, GRASS - 02.06.10, 02.06.22, 02.06.24

    SOIL, SAND AND GRAVEL - 02.06.10, 02.06.22, 02.06.24

    SORGHUM (Sorghum vulgare) - 02.06.11

    STRAW - 02.06.22

    SUDAN GRASS (Sorghum sudanense) - 02.06.11

    TOMATO (Solanum lycopersicum) - 02.06.10, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    TOMATILLO (Physalis philadelphica) - 02.06.10, SEE FEDERAL DOMESTIC QUARANTINE FOR PALE CYST NEMATODE

    VETCH (Vicia sp.) - 02.06.32

22-501 Seed Potatoes Review the Idaho Seed Potato Law

Materials Regulated: Potatoes for planting.

Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, and all foreign countries.

Restrictions: All potatoes for planting in the state of Idaho by any person from any state, territory, or country

    shall be certified and shall be accompanied by a certificate of inspection including the description of the grade, the

    findings of all inspections of each lot of seed, noting the name and amount of disease observed, and generation of

    the potatoes and shall show that the potatoes were packed, sealed, and tagged under the certification standards of

    the state, territory, or country in which they were produced. The potatoes may not have a disease content that

    exceeds the standard for the last generation of certified seed potatoes according to the Idaho rules of certification

    as authorized under chapter 15, title 22, Idaho Code. Potatoes imported from any other state, country, or territory

    shall be certified and also be in compliance with other applicable rules of the department pertaining to potatoes.

02.06.02.500 Cottonseed (Full Rule)

Regulated Article: Whole Cottonseed

Regulated Areas: All states, Canada and other foreign countries.

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    Restrictions: Any whole cottonseed being shipped into Idaho for animal feed must be accompanied by a certificate of analysis stating the level of aflatoxin contained within the shipment. Whole cottonseed must have an aflatoxin level of less than 20 parts per billion (ppb) if being fed to dairy cattle. By special permit whole cottonseed with an aflatoxin level greater than 20 ppb but less than 300 ppb may be fed to beef cattle (currently no such permits are in place in Idaho).

02.06.05 Hops (Humulus sp.) (Full Rule)

Regulated Pests: Verticillium wilt (Verticillium albo-atrum) or any other species or strains found to be

    pathogenic to hops and powdery mildew caused by all developmental stages and biotypes of the fungus Sphaerotheca macularis (=S. humuli).

    These restrictions apply to Humulus sp. being imported into Bonner and Kootenai Counties in the state of Idaho. However, Humulus sp. being imported into any portion of the state must provide certification for freedom from powdery mildew as stated below.

Regulated Materials: Rootstocks and plant materials of the genus Humulus sp. including rhizomes, strap cuttings,

    or greenwood cuttings. Also, machinery, tools, trellis poles, wire, anchor irons and equipment used in the production of Humulus species.

    Regulated Areas: Regulated materials are enterable only from Idaho, Oregon, Colorado and Washington into Bonner and Kootenai counties.

Restrictions:

    1) A desired clone must be grown under observation at a state or federal hop research facility in Idaho, Washington, Colorado or Oregon for two (2) consecutive years or growing seasons with no evidence of Verticillium wilt or powdery mildew.

    2) Only rooted aerial stem cuttings or apical meristems derived from clones having undergone the two (2) year observation period may be imported into the control area.

    3) Colonies derived from eligible clones may serve as sources of eligible rootstocks but only after two (2) consecutive growing seasons in a commercial yard or nursery within the control area.

    4) Eligible clonal stocks must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate when imported into the control area of Bonner and Kootenai Counties.

    A copy of the original certification document shall be forwarded to the Idaho State Department of Agriculture, Division of Plant Industries, P.O. Box 790, Boise, Idaho, 83701-0790, immediately by first class mail or by facsimile transmission to (208) 334-2283. The certificate must affirm freedom from Verticillium wilt

    and powdery mildew and compliance with (1), (2), and (3) above.

02.06.06 Bacterial Diseases of Beans (Full Rule)

Specifically:

    1) Halo Blight, caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. phaseolicola (Burkholder 1926) Young, Dye & Wilkie

    1978, (synonym P. phaseolicola [Burkholder 1926] Dawson 1943);

    2) Common blight caused by Xanthomonas campestris pv. phaseoli (Smith 1897) Dye 1978, (synonyms X.

    phaseoli [Smith 1897] Dawson 1939, X. phaseoli var. fuscans [Burkholder 1930] Starr and Burkholder 1942);

    3) Brown spot, caused by Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae, van Hall 1902, (synonym P. syringae, van Hall

    1902) only strains virulent to Phaseolus sp.;

    4) Bacterial wilt, caused by Corynebacterium flaccumfaciens (Hedges 1922) Dawson 1942;

Or any variations or new strains of these bacteria, which are recognized as virulent to and seedborne in Phaseolus

    spp., and are a potential threat to seed production.

Regulated Articles: Beans ( Phaseolus sp.)

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Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, and all foreign countries.

    Restrictions: Bean seed from west of the continental divide must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate or official field inspection form from the state of origin based on field and windrow inspections and;

1) Pass laboratory examination of seed sampled in Idaho by department personnel.

    2) All fields planted must be submitted to the department for inspection.

    3) Other seed may only enter the state to be planted on departmentally approved trial grounds (2 ac.) and must

    pass laboratory examinations as stated above.

    4) Experimental plots (maximum 1 lb. of seed) may be planted in an approved trial ground without laboratory

    examination.

2.06.07 Onion White Rot (Sclerotium cepivorum) (Full Rule)

Regulated Articles: Transplants of onion, garlic, leek, chive, shallot, and other Allium.

    Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, all foreign countries, and those counties in Idaho not listed below in this section.

Restrictions: Only bulbs, sets, or seedlings of all Allium species grown from seed within the boundaries of the

    local white rot control areas (counties of Ada, Bingham, Blaine, Boise, Bonneville, Canyon, Cassia, Elmore, Gem, Gooding, Jefferson, Jerome, Lincoln, Madison, Minidoka, Owyhee, Payette, Power, Twin Falls, and Washington in Idaho, and Malheur County in Oregon) will be accepted into said area. True seed may be imported.

02.06.08 Apple Maggot (Rhagoletis pomonella) and Cherry Fruit Fly (Rhagoletis cingulata complex

    including R. indiferens and R. fausta) (Full Rule)

    Regulated Articles: All fresh fruit of apple (including crabapple), cherry (except cherries that are commercial fruit), hawthorn (haw), pear (except pears that are commercial fruit from California, Idaho, Oregon, Utah, and Washington), plum, prune, quince, and rose hips are regulated under quarantine for apple maggot.

Regulated Areas: All states where apple maggot, (Rhagoletis pomonella) or cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis cingulata

    complex including R. indiferens and R. fausta) are known to be present.

    Requirements: Fresh apples and cherries that were grown in areas under quarantine may be shipped into Idaho under the condition and terms of the quarantine and a permit applied for by the state of origin’s Department of Agriculture. A state wishing to ship fresh apples into the state of Idaho should contact the ISDA for details.

Exemptions:

    1) Commodities in original unopened containers, each bearing labels or other identifying marks evidencing

    origin may be shipped into Idaho from any point within the area under quarantine.

    2) Apples exposed to controlled atmosphere storage for a continuous period of ninety (90) days, during which

    period the temperature within the storage room is maintained at thirty-eight degrees Fahrenheit (38?F) (3.3?C)

    or less, may be admitted into Idaho provided said storage room or building is approved by the proper

    authorities in the state of origin as a controlled atmosphere facility. Each lot or shipment of such apples

    entering Idaho must be accompanied by a certificate from the state of origin evidencing that the fruits are in

    their original unopened containers.

    3) Apples held in cold storage for a continuous period of forty (40) days or more, during which period the

    temperature within the storage room is maintained at thirty-two degrees Fahrenheit (32?F) (0?C) or less, may

    be admitted into Idaho provided each lot or shipment is accompanied by a certificate from the state of origin

    evidencing that the fruits are in their original unopened containers.

    4) No restrictions are placed by this rule for entry into Idaho of fruits which, upon arrival, are frozen solid and

    are under refrigeration to assure their solid frozen state.

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02.06.10 Pale (Potato) Cyst Nematode (Globodera pallida) (Full Rule)

    Materials Regulated: Potato cyst nematode, potatoes, eggplant, pepper, tomatillo, tomato, for planting, root crops, garden and dry beans; all nursery stock; soil, compost, humus, muck, peat, and manure, and products on or in which soil is commonly found, including grass sod and plant litter; hay, straw and fodder; equipment or means of conveyance used in an infested or associated field that can carry soil if moved out of the field; and any product or means of conveyance not listed above that, in the opinion of a State or Federal inspector, present a risk for the movement of this pest.

    Regulated Areas: Specific fields located in Bingham, Bonneville, and Jefferson Counties as listed on the USDA Federal PCN Website.

    Restrictions: No regulated plant material may be grown on or removed from an infested field. Some plant parts may be allowed to be removed from an infested field under permit. Equipment must be cleaned of all soil prior to being removed from an infested or associated field, unless exempted by permit. Please see the USDA Federal PCN Website for further information.

02.06.11 European Corn Borer (Ostrinia nubilalis (Hubner)) (Full Rule)

Regulated Articles:

    1) Corn, broomcorn, sorghum and sudan grass plants and all parts thereof (including shelled grain and stalks,

    ears, cobs, and all other parts, fragments, or debris of said plants);

    2) Beans in the pod and pepper fruits in lots of 10 lbs. or greater;

    3) Aster, chrysanthemum, hollyhock, dahlia (except tubers without stems, geranium, gladiolus (except corms

    without stems).

    Regulated Areas: AL, AR, CO, CT, DE, GA, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NB, NH, NJ, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, VT, VA, WV, WI, WY, the District of Columbia, and any other areas found to be infested.

    Restrictions: Certificate of inspection from state of origin stating that these plants are not known to be infested with European corn borer or a fumigation certificate or statement that plant material is from an area not known to be infested with European corn borer.

     *Seedling plants or divisions without stems of the previous year's growth may be imported without above certification. Shelled grain certificate of treatment stating that the grain has passed through a one-half (1/2) inch or smaller size mesh screen.

02.06.13 Brassica sp., Rapeseed, Cabbage, Broccoli, Brussel sprouts, Cauliflower (Full Rule)

Regulated Pest: Blackleg (Leptosphaeria maculans)

Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, all foreign countries.

Regulated Articles: All seeds of Brassica sp., rapeseed, cabbage, broccoli, brussel sprouts and cauliflower in

    packages of greater than two pounds and not produced in Idaho.

Restrictions: All Brassica seeds to be planted in Idaho shall meet the following requirements:

    1) Brassica seeds shall be treated with an EPA and state registered fungicide for the control of blackleg

    (Leptosphaeria maculans) and

    2) Brassica seed lots produced outside of Idaho shall be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate stating that

    the seed is free (zero tolerance) from blackleg, based on a laboratory test of a minimum of one and three-

    tenths (1.3) ounces or ten thousand (10,000) seeds.

    3) Industrial rapeseed and edible type of rapeseed (i.e. canola) may only be planted in designated regions of the

    state. Please see the Rapeseed Rules for specific information.

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02.06.14 Annual Bluegrass (Poa annua) (Full Rule)

Regulated Articles: Seeds of turf grass for seed increase.

Regulated Areas: The entire state of Idaho.

    Requirements: Turf grass seed planted for seed increase in Idaho shall comply with the following requirements:

    1) Submit an official laboratory analysis confirming freedom from annual bluegrass based on a five (5) gram

    sample for bentgrass or redtop, a twenty-five (25) gram sample for bluegrass, or a fifty (50) gram sample for

    other grasses; or

    2) Submit an official sample for laboratory testing.

    3) Upon receipt by the Director of an official seed laboratory analysis showing freedom from annual bluegrass,

    sequentially numbered tags will be issued for each bag.

02.06.15 Peach Yellow Virus, Peach Rosette Virus, & Little Peach Virus (Full Rule)

Regulated Articles: Peach, nectarine, apricot, almond, plum and prune.

    Regulated Areas: AL, AR (except the counties of Benton, Clark, Columbia, Garland, and White), CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, IN, KY, MD (except the counties of Worcester and Somerset), MA, MI, MS, NJ, NY, NC, OH, OK, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, WV, and the District of Columbia.

    Requirement: Certificate that they were produced from disease-free buds and rootstocks in a disease-free area.

02.06.18 Mint (Full Rule)

Regulated Pests: Verticillium wilt (Verticillium albo-atrum Reinke and Barth) and (V. dahliae Kleb) and the Mint

    Stem Borer (Pseudobaris nigrina).

Regulated Materials: Rootstocks of the genus Mentha sp. and machinery, tools and equipment used in the

    production of Mentha species.

Regulated Areas: All states including Canada, and any foreign country.

Requirements:

    1) Only those plants originating from an approved greenhouse under the supervision of the state department of

    agriculture of the originating state may be imported into Idaho.

    2) Shipments must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate from the state of origin, a copy of which must

    be filed with the Idaho State Department of Agriculture.

02.06.20 Grape pests (Full Rule)

Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, and all foreign countries.

Regulated Articles: All grapes (Vitus sp.) and all hybrid grapes not rooted in sterile media.

    Requirements: European or Wine Grapes - Certification for freedom from virus diseases. All other Grapes - fumigation or heat treatment for pests harmful to grapes. Treatment to be marked on container or package.

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02.06.22 Noxious Weeds (Full Rule)

Including:

Early Detection/Rapid Response:

    Brazilian Elodea (Egeria densa P.), Giant Hogweed (Heracleum mantegazzianum), Hydrilla (Hydrilla verticillata),

    Policeman’s Helmet (Impatiens glandulifera), Squarrose Knapweed (Centaurea squarrosa), Syrian Beancaper

    (Zygophyllum fabago), Tall Hawkweed (Hieracium piloselloides), Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes M.)

    Yellow Devil Hawkweed (Hieracium glomeratum).

Control:

    Black Henbane (Hyoscyamus niger), Bohemian Knotweed (Polygonum bohemicum), Buffalobur (Solanum

    rostratum), Common Crupina (Crupina vulgaris), Dyer’s Woad (Isatis tinctoria), Eurasian Watermilfoil (Myriophyllum spicatum), Giant Knotweed (Polygonum sachalinesnse), Japanese Knotweed (Polygonum

    cuspidatum), Johnsongrass (Sorghum halepense), Matgrass (Nardus stricta), Meadow Knapweed (Centaurea

    pratensis), Mediterranean Sage (Salvia aethiopis), Musk Thistle (Carduus nutans), Orange Hawkweed (Hieracium

    aurantiacum), Parrotfeather Milfoil (Myriophyllum aquaticum), Perennial Sowthistle (Sonchus arvensis), Russian

    Knapweed (Acroptilon repens), Scotch Broom (Sytisus scoparius), Silverleaf Nightshade (Solanum laeagnifolium)

    Skeletonleaf Bursage (Ambrosia tomentosa), Small Bugloss (Anchusa arvensis), Toothed Spurge (Euphorbia

    dentata), Vipers Bugloss (Echium vulgare), Yellow Hawkweed (Hieracium caespitosum).

Containment:

    Canada Thistle (Cirsium arvense), Dalmation Toadflax (Linaria genistifolia ssp. Dalmatica), Diffuse Knapweed

    (Centaurea diffusa), Field Bindweed (Convolvulus arvensis), Hoary Alyssum (Berteroa incana), Houndstongue

    (Cynoglossum officinale), Jointed Goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica), Leafy Spurge (Euphorbia esula), Milium

    (Milium vernale), Oxeye Daisy (Chrysanthemum leucanthemum), Perennial Pepperweed (Lepidium latifolium).

    Plumeless Thistle (Carduus acanthoides), Poison Hemlock (Conium maculatum), Puncturevine (Tribulus

    terrestris), Purple Loosestrife (Lythrum salicaria), Rush Skeletonweed (Chondrilla juncea), Saltcedar (Tamarix

    ssp.), Scotch Thistle (Onopordum acanthium), Spotted Knapweed (Centaurea maculosa), Tansy Ragwort (Senecio

    jacobaea), White Bryony (Bryonia alba), Whitetop (Cardaria draba), Yellow Starthistle (Centaurea solstitialis),

    Yellow Toadflax (Linaria vulgaris).

    Regulated Areas: The United States, Canada, and all foreign countries.

Regulated Articles:

    1) Construction equipment, road building and maintenance equipment, and implements of husbandry.

    2) Motorized vehicles such as, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, and other off-road vehicles and non-motorized

    vehicles such as bicycles and trailers.

    3) Grain and seed.

    4) Hay, straw and other material of similar nature.

    5) Nursery stock including plant material propagated for the support of aquarium, pet, or horticultural activities.

    6) Feed and seed screenings.

    7) Fence posts, fencing and railroad ties.

    8) Sod.

    9) Manure, fertilizers and material of similar nature.

    10) Soil, sand, mulch, and gravel.

    11) Boats, personal watercraft, watercraft trailers, and items of a similar nature.

Requirements:

    1) It shall be the duty of every person, before removing any article from any place that is infested with

    noxious weeds or before moving the article onto any public roadway, to enclose, clean, or treat the article

    in a manner that will prevent the spread of noxious weeds.

    2) No article containing noxious weed propagules shall be sold or furnished to any person within this state,

    until it has been treated in a manner sufficient to eliminate all noxious weed propagating capability except

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