Prohibition of the Importation of Plants Order

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Published: 1971-09-23

Prohibition of the Importation of Plants Order
PLANTS PROTECTION [CH.250 – 3






LRO 1/2008 STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS

CHAPTER 250

PLANTS PROTECTION

PLANTAINS AND BANANAS ORDER

(SECTION 5)
[Commencement 4th May, 1918]

The following order has been made under the Act —
The importation of plantains and banana plants into

The Bahamas is absolutely prohibited.

PROHIBITION OF THE IMPORTATION OF PLANTS
ORDER

(SECTION 5)
[Commencement 23rd September, 1971]

1. This Order may be cited as the Prohibition of the
Importation of Plants Order.

2. The importation into the Bahama Islands from
any of the countries specified in the Schedule to this Order
of all varieties of citrus fruits, mangoes, avocados, fresh
vegetables and all fruits with soft pericarp (excluding
bananas and plantains) is hereby absolutely prohibited.

SCHEDULE (Paragraph 2)
Azores
Bermuda
Brazil
Chile
Columbia
Costa Rica
Cuba including the Isle of Pines
Dominica
Dominican Republic
Guatemala
Hawaii
Honduras
Jamaica
Madeira

O.G. 30.4.1918

S.I. 90/1971
S.I. 1/1972

Citation.

Prohibition of
importation of
fruits from
certain specified
countries.
Schedule.

CH.250 – 4] PLANTS PROTECTION






STATUTE LAW OF THE BAHAMAS LRO 1/2008

Mexico
Nicaragua
Panama
Peru
Puerto Rico
Salvador
Trinidad


PROHIBITION OF THE IMPORTATION OF PLANTS
(STATE OF CALIFORNIA) ORDER

(SECTION 5)
[Commencement 7th April, 1982]

1. This Order may be cited as the Prohibition of the
Importation of Plants (State of California) Order.

2. The importation into The Bahamas directly or
indirectly from any port or place in the State of California
in the United States of America of any plant (in which term
is included trees, shrubs, herbs, or vegetables; and cuttings,
bulbs, seeds, berries, buds and grafts; and the fruit or
product of any plant and the root, trunk, stem, branch or
leaf of any plant including emptied pods, husks or skins) or
any package in which any plant (as hereinbefore defined),
whether the same is intended for consumption as food or
otherwise or any paper or any other article which has been
packed with any plant as aforesaid is hereby prohibited
unless there is produced at the time of such importation a
certificate issued by the United States Department of
Agriculture or by the Department of Agriculture of the
State of California to the effect that the imported plant is
free from any harmful or dangerous disease or insect.


PLANTS PROTECTION (IMPORTS OF CITRUS
FRUIT, PLANTS AND OTHER PROPAGATIVE

MATERIAL FROM FLORIDA) ORDER

(SECTION 5)
[Commencement 4th November, 1993]

1. This Order may be cited as the Plants Protection
(Imports of Citrus Fruit, Plants and Other Propagative
Material from Florida) Order.

S.I. 1/1972.

S.I. 25/1982

Citation.

Conditional
prohibition of
importation from
the State of
California.

S.I. 73/1993.

Citation.
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