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USDA Reviewing Information Collections on Imports of Mangoes, Blueberries, Wood

Tuesday, December 19, 2017
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The Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service is accepting comments through Jan. 17 on information collections associated with the importation of the following.

- Pine shoot beetle host material from Canada: compliance agreements (and information collected from any appeal process of such agreements), importer documents (written statements), and appeal of compliance and Canadian phytosanitary certificates

- Fresh mangoes from Jamaica into the continental U.S.: operational workplans, production site registrations, pest detection investigations, heat treatment monitoring and inspection, trust fund agreements, phytosanitary certificates with additional declarations, inspections, and emergency action notifications

- fresh blueberries from Morocco into the continental U.S.: registering production sites, inspecting crops, performing remedial actions, obtaining foreign phytosanitary certificates with declarations, submitting applications for permits and appeals if denied, submitting notices of arrival, and responding to emergency action notifications

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