Interceptions in Jersey 1990
The Department of Agriculture and Fisheries of the States of Jersey (GB) has summarized the interceptions of plants imported into Jersey in 1990.
In 1990, a total of 52 consignments were intercepted and either returned, destroyed or treated. Most common reasons for interceptions were the infestation of various plant species by Frankliniella occidentalis and the absence of phytosanitary certificates.
Only one consignment was intercepted due to an infestation by an EPPO A1 quarantine organism.: Liriomyza huidobrensis on red lettuce from Spain.
Department of Agriculture and Fisheries of the States of Jersey (1991-04)