USDA Announces the Importation of Two Hybrids of Unshu Orange from the Republic of Korea into the Continental United States

USDA Announces the Importation of Two Hybrids of Unshu Orange from the Republic of Korea into the Continental United States

http://www.regulations.gov/#!docketDetail;D=APHIS-2013-0085

Summary

We are proposing to amend the regulations concerning the importation of citrus fruit to allow the importation of commercial consignments of two Unshu orange hybrids from the Republic of Korea into the continental United States. These hybrids would be eligible for importation into the continental United States subject to the existing conditions for the importation of Unshu oranges from the Republic of Korea. We would also make one minor change to the existing regulations by adding an explicit statement that only commercial consignments of Unshu oranges would be eligible for importation into the continental United States. The proposed changes would remove the prohibition on the importation of Unshu orange hybrids that can safely enter the United States, provided that certain conditions are met, and would codify an existing requirement.

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