1 edition of Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas. found in the catalog.
Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas.
by Secretariat of the International Plant Protection Convention, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome
Written in English
|Series||International standards for phytosanitary measures, Publication -- no. 4, Publication (Secretariat of the International Plant Protection Convention) -- no. 4.|
|Contributions||Secretariat of the International Plant Protection Convention.|
|LC Classifications||SB950.76.I57 R46 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||15 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||15|
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ISPM 4 Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas ISPM International Plant Protection Convention 1. General requirements for pest free areas (PFAs) Determination of a PFA The delimitation of a PFA should be relevant to File Size: KB. Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas ISPM 4 ISPM the role and responsibilities of the producers and traders of the country where the PFA is situated.
The activities would be reviewed and evaluated regularly and the results could form part of the plan. Specific requirements of different types of PFA. 09/ Pest-Free Areas 1 Pest-Free Areas The following table lists countries and associated areas that meet the APHIS requirements for designated pest-free areas in accordance with 7 CFR Table 1 Pest-Free Areas Country Pest(s) Pest-free Area Argentina Mediterranean fruit fly (Medfly) Cer-atitis capitata and Anastrepha spp.
fruit fliesFile Size: KB. Requirements for the establishment of pest free areas ISPM No. 4 International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures No. 1 to 24 ( edition) 39 The application of phytosanitary measures to maintain pest freedom status is only justified in a PFA, or any portion of aFile Size: KB.
International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures No. 1 to 24 ( edition) 7 Pest free areas Countries shall recognize the status of areas in which a specific pest does not occur. On request, the countries in whose territories the pest free areas lie shall demonstrate this status based, where available, on procedures developed within theFile Size: 1MB.
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By physically keeping pests out, you can. Under the regulations in §APHIS requires that determinations of pest-free areas be made in accordance with the criteria for establishing freedom from pests found in International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) No.
4, “Requirements For the Establishment of Pest Free Areas.”. ISPM No. 10 () Requirements for the establishment of pest free places of production and pest free production sites. ISPM No. 11 () Pest risk analysis for quarantine pests, including analysis of environmental. Pest free areas Countries shall recognize the status of areas in which a specific pest does not occur.
On request, the countries in whose territories the pest free areas lie shall demonstrate this status based, where available, on procedures developed within the framework of the IPPC.
Emergency action. Under the regulations in §APHIS requires that determinations of pest-free areas be made in accordance with the criteria for establishing freedom from pests found in International Standards for Phytosanitary Measures (ISPM) No. 4, “Requirements for the Establishment of Pest-Free Areas.”.
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Meat and poultry SSOPs. The SSOPs for meat and poultry plants must meet the following regulatory requirements: 1. The plant has written SSOPs File Size: KB. Areas Approved by APHIS as Free of Specified Pests Country Pest(s) Area Venezuela South American cucurbit fly (Anastrepha grandis) The Paraguana Peninsula, located in the State of Falcon, bounded on the north and east by the Caribbean Ocean, on the south by the Gulf of Coro and an imaginary line dividing the.
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