10 October 2007
This Industry Advice Notice is to update Industry Advice Notice 2007/33. Thailand Department of Agriculture has advised that they have clarified the prohibited products that require a phytosanitary certificate when exported from Australia.
Until the completion of a pest risk analysis (PRA) and establishment of new import protocols, the importation of;
- Products 1 – 5 require a phytosanitary certificate; and
- Products 6 – 27 do not require a phytosanitary certificate.
|1. Citrus seed||2. Corn seed||3. Sorghum seed|
|4. Tomatoes||5. Tomato seed|
|6. Apple||7. Avocado||8. Capsicum|
|9. Capsicum seed||10. Cherries||11. Cucumber|
|12. Egg plant||13. Grape||14. Kiwi fruit|
|15. Lychee||16. Mango||17. Melon|
|18. Nashi pears||19. Pears||20. Persimmons|
|21. Prunus spp||22. Passion fruit||23. Pumpkin|
|24. Quince||25. Rubus spp||26. Strawberry|
|27. Squash & Zucchini|
These conditions remain in force unless notified by your local AQIS officer or issue of another Industry Advice Notice (IAN).
The PHYTO database and EXDOC has been amended to reflect these changes.
Conditions for ‘restricted’ commodities (attachment A) on IAN 2007/33 still require inspection and issuance on a phytosanitary certificate.
AQIS Horticulture Export Program
Ph: 02 6272 4216
fax: : 02 6272 3745