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Notificaciones oficiales de plagas

Las Organizaciones Nacionales de Protección Fitosanitaria de la región de la NAPPO proporcionan las Notificaciones oficiales de plagas. Dichas notificaciones tienen la finalidad de cumplir con la norma de la Convención Internacional de Protección Fitosanitaria sobre Notificación de plagas, aprobada por la Comisión Interina de Medidas Fitosanitarias en marzo de 2002:

USA Flag Guignardia citricarpa (Citrus Black Spot): APHIS Updates the Quarantine Area in Florida
Publicada: 08/05/2019
Persona de contacto: Not available

Effective immediately, the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is adding eight sections in Charlotte County, nine sections in Lee County, 28 sections in Hendry County, and five sections in Collier County to the citrus black spot (CBS) quarantine area in Florida. This action is in response to the confirmation of CBS during annual surveys conducted by APHIS and the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services, Division of Plant Industry (DPI). The quarantine is updated annually at the completion of our residential and grove surveys for CBS.  The expansion marks the first time that CBS has been detected on a residential property since the disease was first found in Florida in 2010.

APHIS is applying safeguarding measures and restrictions on the interstate movement or entry into foreign trade of regulated articles from the quarantine. Regulated articles from quarantine areas are subject to all interstate movement conditions outlined in a Federal Order that APHIS issued on March 16, 2012. The requirements of the Federal Order are parallel to DPI's state-interior quarantine.

A list of the current CBS quarantine areas, Federal Orders, and APHIS-approved packinghouse procedures may be found at:

http://www.aphis.usda.gov/planthealth/blackspot

In 2010, CBS was first identified in the Collier and Hendry Counties of Florida. Symptoms of CBS are most evident on mature fruit and typically remain latent on leaves with little to no symptom development until after the leaves die. Fresh citrus fruit that is moved interstate from the CBS quarantine areas must be packed in commercial citrus packinghouses operating under a compliance agreement with APHIS and the fruit must be processed using APHIS-approved methods. Citrus plant parts other than fresh fruit are prohibited from movement outside the quarantine area.

Under IPPC Standards, Guignardia citricarpa is considered to be a pest that is present, only in some areas in Florida, and subject to official control to limit its spread in the United States.



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