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TITLE 7—Agriculture

Subtitle B—REGULATIONS OF THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (CONTINUED)

CHAPTER III—ANIMAL AND PLANT HEALTH INSPECTION SERVICE, DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

PART 319—FOREIGN QUARANTINE NOTICES

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Subpart—PREEMPTION

§319.1
Preemption of State and local laws.
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Subpart—REQUESTS TO AMEND THE REGULATIONS

§319.5
Requirements for submitting requests to change the regulations in 7 CFR part 319.
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Subpart—CONTROLLED IMPORT PERMITS

§319.6
Controlled import permits.
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—XXX

319.7
319.7   xxx
319.7-1
319.7-1   xxx
319.7-2
319.7-2   xxx
319.7-3
319.7-3   xxx
319.7-4
319.7-4   xxx
319.7-5
319.7-5   xxx
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Subpart—FOREIGN COTTON AND COVERS

Quarantine

§319.8
Notice of quarantine.
§319.8a
Administrative instructions relating to the entry of cotton and covers into Guam.

Regulations; General

§319.8-1
Definitions.

Conditions of Importation and Entry of Cotton and Covers

§319.8-2
Permit procedure.
§319.8-3
Refusal and cancellation of permits.
§319.8-4
Notice of arrival.
§319.8-5
Marking of containers.
§319.8-6
Cottonseed cake and cottonseed meal.
§319.8-7
Processed lint, linters, and waste.
§319.8-8
Lint, linters, and waste.
§319.8-9
Hull fiber and gin trash.
§319.8-10
Covers.

Special Conditions for the Entry of Cotton and Covers From Mexico

§319.8-11
From approved areas of Mexico.
§319.8-12
From the West Coast of Mexico.
§319.8-13
From Northwest Mexico.
§319.8-14
Mexican cotton and covers not otherwise enterable.

Miscellaneous Provisions

§319.8-16
Importation into United States of cotton and covers exported therefrom.
§319.8-17
Importation for exportation, and importation for transportation and exportation; storage.
§319.8-18
Samples.
§§319.8-19-20
[Reserved]
§319.8-21
Release of cotton and covers after 18 months' storage.
§319.8-22
Ports of entry or export.
§319.8-23
Treatment.
§319.8-24
Collection and disposal of waste.
§319.8-25
Costs and charges.
§319.8-26
Material refused entry.
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Subpart—SUGARCANE

§319.15
Notice of quarantine.
§319.15a
Administrative instructions and interpretation relating to entry into Guam of bagasse and related sugarcane products.
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Subpart—CITRUS CANKER AND OTHER CITRUS DISEASES

§319.19
Notice of quarantine.
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Subpart—CORN DISEASES

Quarantine

§319.24
Notice of quarantine.
§319.24a
Administrative instructions relating to entry of corn into Guam.

Regulations Governing Entry of Indian Corn or Maize

§319.24-1
Applications for permits for importation of corn.
§319.24-2
Issuance of permits.
§319.24-3
Marking as condition of entry.
§319.24-4
Notice of arrival of corn by permittee.
§319.24-5
Condition of entry.
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Subpart—CITRUS FRUIT

§319.28
Notice of quarantine.
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Subpart—PLANTS FOR PLANTING

§319.37
Prohibitions and restrictions on importation; disposal of articles refused importation.
§319.37-1
Definitions.
§319.37-2
Prohibited articles.
§319.37-2a
Taxa of regulated plants for planting whose importation is not authorized pending pest risk analysis.
§319.37-3
Permits.
§319.37-4
Inspection, treatment, and phytosanitary certificates of inspection.
§319.37-5
Special foreign inspection and certification requirements.
§319.37-6
Specific treatment and other requirements.
§319.37-7
Postentry quarantine.
§319.37-8
Growing media.
§319.37-9
Approved packing material.
§319.37-10
Marking and identity.
§319.37-11
Arrival notification.
§319.37-12
Prohibited articles and articles whose importation is not authorized pending pest risk analysis accompanying restricted articles.
§319.37-13
Treatment and costs and charges for inspection and treatment; treatments applied outside the United States.
§319.37-14
Ports of entry.
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Subpart—LOGS, LUMBER, AND OTHER WOOD ARTICLES

§319.40-1
Definitions.
§319.40-2
General prohibitions and restrictions; relation to other regulations.
§319.40-3
General permits; articles that may be imported without a specific permit; articles that may be imported without either a specific permit or an importer document.
§319.40-4
Application for a permit to import regulated articles; issuance and withdrawal of permits.
§319.40-5
Importation and entry requirements for specified articles.
§319.40-6
Universal importation options.
§319.40-7
Treatments and safeguards.
§319.40-8
Processing at facilities operating under compliance agreements.
§319.40-9
Inspection and other requirements at port of first arrival.
§319.40-10
Costs and charges.
§319.40-11
Plant pest risk assessment standards.
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Subpart—INDIAN CORN OR MAIZE, BROOMCORN, AND RELATED PLANTS

Quarantine

§319.41
Notice of quarantine.
§319.41a
Administrative instructions relating to entry into Guam of broomcorn, brooms, and similar articles.
§319.41b
Administrative instructions prescribing conditions for entry of broomstraw without treatment.

Rules and Regulations

§319.41-1
Plant products permitted entry.
§319.41-2
Application for permits.
§319.41-3
Issuance of permits.
§319.41-4
Notice of arrival by permittee.
§319.41-5
Condition of entry.
§319.41-6
Importations by mail.
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Subpart—RICE

Quarantine

§319.55
Notice of quarantine.
§319.55a
Administrative instructions relating to entry of rice straw and rice hulls into Guam.

Rules and Regulations

§319.55-1
Definitions.
§319.55-2
Application for permit.
§319.55-3
Ports of entry.
§319.55-4
Issuance of permits.
§319.55-5
Notice of arrival by permittee.
§319.55-6
Inspection and disinfection at port of arrival.
§319.55-7
Importations by mail.
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Subpart—FRUITS AND VEGETABLES

§319.56-1
Notice of quarantine.
§319.56-2
Definitions.
§319.56-3
General requirements for all imported fruits and vegetables.
§319.56-4
Approval of certain fruits and vegetables for importation.
§319.56-5
Pest-free areas.
§319.56-6
Trust fund agreements.
§319.56-7
Territorial applicability and exceptions.
§§319.56-8—319.56-9
[Reserved]
§319.56-10
Importation of fruits and vegetables from Canada.
§319.56-11
Importation of dried, cured, or processed fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes.
§319.56-12
Importation of frozen fruits and vegetables.
§319.56-13
Fruits and vegetables allowed importation subject to specified conditions.
§§319.56-14—319.56-19
[Reserved]
§319.56-20
Apples and pears from Australia (including Tasmania) and New Zealand.
§319.56-21
Okra from certain countries.
§319.56-22
Apples and pears from certain countries in Europe.
§319.56-23
Apricots, nectarines, peaches, plumcot, and plums from Chile.
§319.56-24
Lettuce and peppers from Israel.
§319.56-25
Papayas from Central America and South America.
§319.56-26
Melon and watermelon from certain countries in South America.
§319.56-27
Apples from Japan and the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-28
Tomatoes from certain countries.
§319.56-29
Ya variety pears from China.
§319.56-30
Hass avocados from Michoacan, Mexico.
§319.56-31
Peppers from Spain.
§319.56-32
Peppers from New Zealand.
§319.56-33
Mangoes from the Philippines.
§319.56-34
Clementines from Spain.
§319.56-35
Persimmons from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-36
Watermelon, squash, cucumber, and oriental melon from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-37
Grapes from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-38
Citrus from Chile.
§319.56-39
Fragrant pears from China.
§319.56-40
Peppers from certain Central American countries.
§319.56-41
Citrus from Peru.
§319.56-42
Peppers from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-43
Baby corn and baby carrots from Zambia.
§319.56-44
Untreated grapefruit, sweet oranges, and tangerines from Mexico for processing.
§319.56-45
Shelled garden peas from Kenya.
§319.56-46
Mangoes from India.
§319.56-47
Certain fruits from Thailand.
§319.56-48
Conditions governing the entry of baby squash and baby courgettes from Zambia.
§319.56-49
Eggplant from Israel.
§319.56-50
Hass avocados from Peru.
§319.56-51
Shepherd's purse with roots from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-52
Tomatoes with stems from the Republic of Korea.
§319.56-53
Fresh baby kiwi from Chile.
§319.56-54
French beans and runner beans from Kenya.
§319.56-55
Fresh pitaya from certain Central American countries.
§319.56-56
Fresh pomegranates from Chile.
§319.56-57
Sand pears from China.
§319.56-58
Bananas from the Philippines.
§319.56-59
Fresh citrus fruit from Uruguay.
§319.56-60
Mangoes from Australia.
§319.56-61
Litchi from Australia.
§319.56-62
Fresh beans, shelled or in pods, from Jordan.
§319.56-63
Fresh apricots from continental Spain.
§319.56-64
Avocados from continental Spain.
§319.56-65
Jackfruit, pineapple, and starfruit from Malaysia.
§319.56-66
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Subpart—WHEAT DISEASES

§319.59-1
Definitions.
§319.59-2
General import prohibitions; exceptions.
§319.59-3
Articles prohibited importation pending risk evaluation.
§319.59-4
Karnal bunt.
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Subpart—PACKING MATERIALS

Quarantine

§319.69
Notice of quarantine.
§319.69a
Administrative instructions and interpretation relating to the entry into Guam of plant materials specified in §319.69.

Rules and Regulations

§319.69-1
Definitions.
§319.69-2
Freedom from pests.
§319.69-3
Entry inspection.
§319.69-4
Disposition of materials found in violation.
§319.69-5
Types of soil authorized for packing.
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Subpart—COFFEE

§319.73-1
Definitions.
§319.73-2
Products prohibited importation.
§319.73-3
Conditions for transit movement of certain products through Puerto Rico or Hawaii.
§319.73-4
Costs.
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Subpart—CUT FLOWERS

§319.74-1
Definitions.
§319.74-2
Conditions governing the entry of cut flowers.
§319.74-3
Importations for experimental or similar purposes.
§319.74-4
Costs and charges.
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Subpart—KHAPRA BEETLE

§319.75
Restrictions on importation of restricted articles; disposal of articles refused importation.
§319.75-1
Definitions.
§319.75-2
Restricted articles.
§319.75-3
Permits.
§319.75-4
Treatments.
§319.75-5
Marking and identity.
§319.75-6
Arrival notification.
§319.75-7
Costs and charges.
§319.75-8
Ports of entry.
§319.75-9
Inspection and phytosanitary certificate of inspection.
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Subpart—GYPSY MOTH HOST MATERIAL FROM CANADA

§319.77-1
Definitions.
§319.77-2
Regulated articles.
§319.77-3
Gypsy moth infested areas in Canada.
§319.77-4
Conditions for the importation of regulated articles.
§319.77-5
Disposition of regulated articles denied entry.


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