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Commodity Import Report (CIR)

Abyssinian Mustard (Above-ground parts) from Mexico into All Ports
The CIR contains current import regulation information for the selected Commodity Import (a specific commodity approved from a designated country, or region, into one or more designated ports). A flag ( Access Restricted to APHIS/CBP ) indicates information that is intended for and available to an APHIS/CBP audience only.
Brassica carinata Commodity Summary Guide Page Country Summary

Import Requirements
1 Admissible Plant Parts: Above-ground parts
2 Admissible Ports: All Ports
3 Import Permit Required: An Import Permit is required. To obtain a permit, go to e-Permits.
4 Subject to Inspection: This commodity is subject to inspection at the port of entry and all general requirements of 7 CFR 319.56-3.
5 Commercial Consignments Only
6 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Consignments must satisfy only one of the mitigation strategy options listed below.
7 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Option 1
  7.1 Phytosanitary Certificate: If the consignment is from Mexicali and is a commercial consignment, it must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate issued by the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) of Mexico stating the materials originated in the municipality of Mexicali, Baja California, an area where Copitarsia spp. is not known to occur based on official survey. If the phytosanitary certificate is absent, require T101-n-2. If the product is in passenger baggage, a phytosanitary certificate is not required, however, thoroughly inspect the vegetables for pests. PROHIBIT ENTRY if pests are found.
  7.2 Condition of Entry Treatment: T101-n-2 (Methyl Bromide Fumigation) Waive treatment T101-n-2 if accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate stating the materials originated in the municipality of Mexicali, Baja California, an area where Copitarsia spp. is not known to occur based on official survey.
8 Pest Mitigation Strategy: Option 2
  8.1 Phytosanitary Certificate: If the consignment is from areas other than Mexicali and is a commercial consignment, it must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate issued by the National Plant Protection Organization (NPPO) of Mexico stating the consignment has been inspected and found to be free of Copitarsia larvae and adults. If the phytosanitary certificate is absent, require T101-n-2. If the product is in passenger baggage, a phytosanitary certificate is not required, however, thoroughly inspect the vegetables for pests. PROHIBIT ENTRY if pests are found.
  8.2 Condition of Entry Treatment: T101-n-2 (Methyl Bromide Fumigation) Waive treatment T101-n-2 if accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate stating the materials were inspected and found free of Copitarsia spp.
9 Reference Information: To be treated in accordance with the Plant Protection and Quarantine Treatment Manual (https://www.aphis.usda.gov/import_export/plants/manuals/ports/downloads/treatment.pdf).
Commodity Information
10 For additional commodity information and images, visit https://npgsweb.ars-grin.gov/gringlobal/taxonomydetail.aspx?id=7642  
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