Horticulture - Exports
Canadian Fruit Tree Export Program (CFTEP)
The CFTEP is an audit based program which uses integrated pest risk management measures as the basis for the phytosanitary certification of fruit trees. The CFTEP is a stand-alone program. However, it is also designed to be compatible with the Canadian Nursery Certification Program (CNCP).
- D-08-05: Canadian Fruit Tree Export Program (CFTEP) for Malus, Pyrus, Chaenomeles, Cydonia and Prunus spp.
Canadian Greenhouse Certification Program (CGCP)
The CGCP is a phytosanitary certification program for greenhouses that export low-risk indoor foliage and flowering plants to the U.S. The CGCP allows designated greenhouses to export greenhouse plants to the U.S. under an export certification label in lieu of a traditional CFIA Phytosanitary Certificate.
- D-96-12: Greenhouse Certification Program for Export of Greenhouse-grown plants to the United States (U.S.)
- CNCP and CGCP - Questions and Answers
The United States – Canada Greenhouse-Grown Plant Certification Program (GCP) is replacing the CGCP. The transition to the new GCP program will begin in 2017. The CGCP export certification option will continue to be available until the end of the two-year transition period. At the end of the transition period, the CGCP will be cancelled.
United States – Canada Greenhouse-Grown Plant Certification Program (GCP)
The GCP is an export certification option for authorized facilities to ship greenhouse-grown plants to the United States using an export certification label in lieu of a CFIA issued Phytosanitary Certificate. The GCP is a systems approach that utilizes integrated pest risk management measures to prevent the movement of regulated pests with certified plants. The GCP will be launched in 2017 and will replace the Canadian Greenhouse Certification Program (CGCP).
Canadian Nursery Certification Program (CNCP)
The CNCP is a phytosanitary certification program for Canadian nurseries and greenhouses that ship nursery stock to the United States (U.S.) or to other Certified Facilities (CF) within Canada. The CNCP uses a Phytosanitary Management System (PSMS) to minimize pest risks so that plants consistently meet U.S. import requirements. The program offers an alternative to traditional phytosanitary certification for shipments to the U.S.
- Phytosanitary certificates
- Plant protection directives - export
- U.S. import requirements for fresh peppers
- Change in procedures for obtaining CITES documentation for plants and plant material
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