Appendix 5: Presence of soil-borne quarantine pests regulated under directive D-08-04 in the continental United States

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May 24, 2017

The following has been updated: Wisconsin is now regulated for blueberry maggot (Rhagoletis mendax).

The following table indicates the states from which the CFIA restricts the importation of material with soil due to the presence or possible presence of specific soil pests in all or part of the state.

Note: This data is based on information provided by the U.S. Department of Agriculture at the time of the latest version. Pest occurrence records may be updated at any time without notice.

Not known to be present in the United States:

Alabama X X X
Alaska X X
Arizona X X
Arkansas X X X
California X X X X X
Colorado X X X
Connecticut X X X
Delaware X X X
District of Columbia X X X
Florida X X X
Georgia X X X
Idaho X X X X X
Illinois X X X
Indiana X X X X
Iowa X X
Kansas X X
Kentucky X X X
Louisiana X X X
Maine X X X
Maryland X X X
Massachusetts X X X
Michigan X X X
Minnesota X X
Mississippi X X
Missouri X X X
Montana X
Nebraska X X
Nevada X X X
New Hampshire X X X
New Jersey X X X
New Mexico X X X X
New York X X X X
North Carolina X X X
North Dakota X X
Ohio X X X
Oklahoma X X
Oregon X X X X X
Pennsylvannia X X X
Rhode Island X X X
South Carolina X X X X
South Dakota X X
Tennessee X X X
Texas X X X X
Utah X X X
Vermont X X X
Virginia X X X
Washington X X X X
West Virgina X X X X
Wisconsin X X X X
Wyoming X X X
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