Interceptions in Sweden in 1990
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The National Board of Agriculture of Sweden has summarized the interceptions of plants imported into Sweden in 1990.
In 1990, a total of 201 consignments were intercepted and returned. Most common reasons for interceptions were the infestation of various plants by Frankliniella occidentalis and Liriomyza trifolii as well as phytosanitary certificate deficiencies.
National Board of Agriculture, Plant Protection Service, Sweden (1991-04)