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USDA Reviewing Information Collections on Imports of Fruits, Pine Products, Wheat

Friday, October 13, 2017
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The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments through Dec. 12 on the proposed revision and extension of the following information collections associated with the importation of the products indicated.

- fresh blueberry fruit from Morocco: application for import permits, appeal of denial or revocation of permit, emergency action notification, notice of arrival, registration of production sites, inspections of crops, remedial actions by production sites, phytosanitary certificate with an additional declaration stating that the regulatory requirements have been met and that the consignment was inspected prior to export and found free of Monilinia fructigena

- mangoes from Jamaica: phytosanitary certificate with an additional declaration that the conditions for importation have been met, operational workplans, production site registrations, pest detection investigations and reinstatement, heat treatment facility certifications, heat treatment monitoring and inspections, trust fund agreements, inspections, and emergency action notifications

- pine nursery stock and various pine products from Canada: phytosanitary certificates with an additional declaration, statements of origin and movement, compliance agreements, and processes of appeal

- wheat and related articles from regions affected with Karnal bunt: phytosanitary certificates with a declaration that the regulated articles originated in areas where Karnal bunt is not known to occur, notices of arrival, disinfection documents, and emergency action notices

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