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USDA Reviewing Information Collections on Imports of Avocados, Apricots, Beans, Wood

Wednesday, January 18, 2017
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The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments through March 20 on the proposed extension of information collections associated with the following imports.

Avocados from Spain – information collection activities include an operational workplan, trust fund agreement, production site and packinghouse registration, agreements, box labeling and shipping documents, a phytosanitary certificate, and recordkeeping

Emerald ash borer host material from Canada – information collection activities include phytosanitary certificates, permit applications, notices, notifications, agreements, records, and certificates of inspection

Apricots from Spain – information collection activities include an operational workplan, trust fund agreement, production site and packinghouse registration, box labeling and shipping documents, a phytosanitary certificate, and recordkeeping

Fresh beans from Jordan – information collection activities include packinghouse registration, box labeling, and a phytosanitary certificate attesting that specified conditions have been met and that each consignment has been inspected and found free of certain listed pests

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