phytosanitary


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phy·to·san·i·tar·y

 (fī′tō-săn′ĭ-tĕr′ē)
adj.
Undertaken or intended to ensure that an imported plant or collection of plants is free of specified pests: phytosanitary measures.

phytosanitary

(ˌfaɪtəʊˈsænɪtərɪ)
adj
(Botany) of or relating to the health of plants
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The Government, in view of the Ministry of Agriculture's desire to alleviate the financial burden on agricultural entities for the destruction of plants infected with harmful organisms, endorsed the amendment to the Losses for the use of phytosanitary measures for partial compensation.
They called for stricter phytosanitary controls and for the possibility of "putting a stop to this unacceptable act of bringing competing products from the north while being aware that most of these products come from our own occupied lands".
LAHORE -- Hundreds of Pakistan rice containers have been stuck up for more than a week at Zimbabwe ports on the issue of Phytosanitary protocols.
Carrion sale in the Osh bazaar was stopped with effort, said Head of the State Veterinary and Phytosanitary Inspectorate Kalys Jumakanov during the meeting of the Inspectorate's board members.
He has also asked that they increase the responsibility of phytosanitary inspection that issues the phytosanitary certificates, as well as chambers of commerce which play an important role in issuing documents on the domestic origin of products.
The new IPA Master Plan lays out measures and activities that seek to help overcome challenges, promote the power of the country to absorb IPA funds and remove obstacles to more efficient use of this money, said Deputy Prime Minister Bujar Osmani, who together with Agriculture Minister Ljupco Nikolovski visited a successful project implemented with IPA funds fitting the Phytosanitary Laboratory of the Institute of Agriculture with modern equipment.
Although a regional regulation on seeds and phytosanitary measures has been elaborated, ECOWAS countries are still enforcing their national phytosanitary legislations, which are nearly the same in all West African countries - they all aim at ensuring plant health by applying preventive and curative measures to prevent the introduction and spread of pests in their territory by controlling the import and export of plant materials and disseminating appropriate pest management techniques to boost agricultural production.
While seed companies strive to comply with various international phytosanitary requirements, it becomes burdensome and confusing when different countries have different requirements for the same pest.
Despite its regulatory significance, the only phytosanitary treatment available is a generic phytosanitary irradiation dose of 150 Gy that is accepted for all Tephritidae but that was developed without any data on radiotolerance of A.
Russia's agricultural watchdog Rosselkhoznadzor announced last week that Russia could start supplying wheat to Venezuela by the end of this year if the two sides agree on food safety and phytosanitary requirements for grain imports.
In spite of dire need for a 'National Sanitary and Phytosanitary Authority Act' to drive exports of agricultural products it is moving at a slow pace.
and China have agreed on a phytosanitary protocol that could allow the first commercial imports of American milled rice to that country by this spring.