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EU plant health interceptions

14 December 2016

The European Commission has published its report for November 2016 on EU plant health interceptions.

Of note are the following interceptions:

Citrus Black Spot: two interceptions for Argentinian citrus and one interception for each of the following countries on citrus : Brazil, Chile, Mexico and Uruguay.

False Codling Moth: interception reported on capsicum from Kenya, Uganda and Zambia and anona from Malaysia.

The full report for November 2016 can be found here.

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