USDA Seeks Comment on Pest Risk Analysis for the Importation of Panamanian Fresh False Coriander Into the Continental United States
February 17, 2010
The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (APHIS) is advising the public that it has prepared a pest risk analysis that evaluates the risks associated with the importation into the continental United States of fresh false coriander from Panama. Based on that analysis, APHIS believes that the application of one or more designated phytosanitary measures will be sufficient to mitigate the risks of introducing or disseminating plant pests or noxious weeds via the importation of this commodity. APHIS is making the pest risk analysis available to the public for review and comment.
This action was published in the Feb. 9 Federal Register.
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