Phytosanitary inspection of woody plants for planting at european union entry points: A practical enquiry

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Eschen, René; Rigaux, Ludovic; Sukovata, Lidia; Vettraino, Anna Maria; Marzano, Mariella; Grégoire, Jean-Claude;
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1007/s10530-015-0883-6
  • Subject: Ecologie | Evolution des espèces | Quarantine species | Phytosanitary inspections | Invasive alien species | International standards for phytosanitary measures (ISPM) | European Union | International trade
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages | education | humanities | fungi | stomatognathic diseases

Phytosanitary import inspections are important to avoid entry of harmful pests on live plants. In the European Union (EU), all consignments of live plants must be inspected at the first point of entry, and plants allowed entry can be moved without further inspection amo... View more
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