Plant parts - dried

Scientific Name

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Plant parts - dried ( )

Barbados (BB)

Barbados (BB)

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Plant parts - dried

  - Cut flowers / Foliage - dried No
NPPO details:
​Plant Protection Plant Quarantine, Ministry of Agriculture​
Relevant web addresses:

Export Criteria

Criteria Criteria Required?
Import Permit Yes
Phytosanitary Certificate Yes
Additional Declaration/Endorsement No
Protocol Market  

General Requirements

​​This ICR applies for the importation of plant material by participants of the World Flower Show 2017 only.​

Consignments are to be free from pests, soil, weed seeds, extraneous material and infections by plant pathogens.

Copy of the Import permit must be presented at the time of making appointment. 

The import permit number is to be included in the import permit section of the Phytosanitary certificate.​

The import conditions are applicable to:
- Bottle brush wood pieces (Calistamon spp)
- Dried Lotus flowers (Nelumbo lutea)
- Bunches of Gum nuts (Eucalyptus globus)
- Burnt banksia stems (Banksia baxteri cone)
- Stems of Coral fern (Dicranopteris linearis)
- Stems Woody pear (Xulomelum angustifolium)
- Peace lily (Spathliphyllum spp) 
- Stems of Teak pods (Flindersia australis)
- Stems of Golden shower pods (Classia fistula)
- Stems of Billybutton (Craspedia spp) 
- Stems of Tetragona gum nuts (Eucalyptus tetragona)                           
- Stems of Pauciflora gum nuts (Eucalyptus pauciflora)  
- Stems of Corokia (Corokia magnoliophyte)
- Dried Foliage (Dryandra formosa)
- Dried Flowers (Banksia baxteri)
- Dried Flowers (Banksia menziesii)             
- ​Dried Flowers (Banksia prionotes)
- ​Dried Flowers (Banksia ericifolia)
- ​Dried Flowers (Banksia spinulosa)
- Dried Flowers (Berzelia lanuginosa)
- Dried Flowers (Chamelaucum megalopetalum)
- Dried Stems, foliage, flowers (Acacia purpurea)
- Dried Stems, foliage, flowers (Acacia bailegana)
- Stem of Grass tree (Xamthorrhoea glauca)
- Stem, foliage (dried) of Bull oak (Casuarina equisetifolia)
- Foliage – bleached, dried of Kelp (Ecklonia radiata)
- Flowers dried of Kangaroo paw (Anigozathhus spp)
- Dried Nuts (Eaculaptus tetragona) 
- Dried Nuts (Eucalyptus macrocarpa)
- Dried Nuts (Eucalyptus pulverulenta)
- Flowers – dried of Red flowering gum (Corymbia ficifolia)
- Foliage – dried of Red devil (Leucadendron salignum)

All plant material must be properly packaged and sealed. Each carton should carry the consignee's distinguishing marks (i.e name, address etc.) and must be clearly market 
"WORLD FLOWER SHOW, BARBADOS, 2017".


Treatment

​Consignments are to be treated with appropriate fumigant at manufacturer's approved label rates.

Exporter to provide evidence attesting to the treatment and to present to the department at time of inspection.

Exporters must attach the fumigation certificate with the consignments.

Details of treatment to be endorsed on the Phytosanitary certificate in the treatment section and any supporting documentation should be attached to the certificate.


Additional Declaration/Endorsements


Reference

​Import permit dated 6 April 2017 and 30 January 2017


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Reviewed Uploaded: 30/05/2017