D- 94-28: Repealed – Blueberry plants from Australia

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D-94-28: Blueberry Plants from Australia was developed in 1994 to outline a trial period for the importation of blueberry plants from Australia. This trial period was based on a Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) Pest Risk Analysis that was conducted in 1994 as a result of an importer request.

The CFIA has no record of having issued permits for this material; which indicates that there is no demand for this material. Given this lack of interest, the decision has been taken to cancel the trial and repeal the directive. Blueberry plants from Australia will be added to the list of commodities that are not approved pending pest risk analysis.

As such, D-94-28 is repealed

Gregory Wolff
Chief Plant Health Officer
Plant Health and Biosecurity Directorate
Canadian Food Inspection Agency

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