ARCHIVED - D- 95-09: REPEALED - Importation of Dried Plant Material

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Directive D-95-09 described the phytosanitary import requirements for certain dried plant materials. Very few of the commodities listed in the directive had specific import requirements and, following review by the Plant Protection Division, it was determined that these requirements were available elsewhere in various commodity-specific directives. The basic requirement that products must be free from soil, soil-related matter and pests is in effect for all imported products and is communicated to stakeholders through the CFIA's Automated Import Reference System, and does not warrant a directive.

As such, directive D-95-09 is repealed.

Gregory Wolff
Chief Plant Health Officer
Plant Health and Biosecurity Directorate
Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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