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After interception of fruit containing pests and showing signs of disease

Turks and Caicos restrict fresh mango imports

The Plant Protection Division within the Department of Agriculture in the Turks and Caicos has announced that the importation of fresh mangoes is restricted effective immediately unless approval is given by the Department itself.

The restriction is due to the constant interception and findings of fruit larvae and signs of anthracnose (fungal) disease on imported mangoes. 

Companies and persons wishing to import fresh mangoes must provide the following cCertification from the exporting country that the mangoes are from an area free of fruit flies, They also need to have an approved application from the Department of Agriculture.

Source: caribbean.loopnews.com


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