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Canada updates import requirements for strawberry plants from the Netherlands

Propagative plant material for strawberries is allowed to be imported from the Netherlands into Canada, so long as it meets recently updated phytosanitary requirements.

Material that originates from any other country is "Not Authorised Pending a Pest Risk Analysis" (NAPPRA) and is prohibited from entering Canada regardless of whether it spends any length of time in an approved country. 

Regulated articles must meet the requirements outlined in this directive and any other requirements specified in the CFIA's Automated Import Reference System (AIRS). Origin-specific requirements are outlined below. Imported material is subject to inspection upon arrival to Canada.

For more information on the legislation, check the website of the Canadian government.


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