COMMODITY REQUIREMENTS

APPENDIX 1: SPECIFIC COUNTRY/COMMODITY REQUIREMENTS General requirements All consignments of fresh cut flowers/foliage must be accompanied by a phytos...
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APPENDIX 1: SPECIFIC COUNTRY/COMMODITY REQUIREMENTS General requirements All consignments of fresh cut flowers/foliage must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate attesting that the consignment has been inspected and/or tested in accordance with appropriate official procedures and is considered to be free from quarantine pests specified by the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI). The phytosanitary certificate must also attest that the consignment conforms with the current phytosanitary requirements of MPI. The following additional declaration to the phytosanitary certificate applies: {AD1}

This is to certify that the cut flowers/foliage described herein have been inspected and/or tested according to appropriate official procedures and are considered to be free from the quarantine pests specified by MPI and to conform with the current phytosanitary requirements of MPI, including those for regulated non-quarantine pests.

Note: If the phytosanitary certificate is in accordance with the model phytosanitary certificate annexed to the revised (1997) text of the FAO IPPC the above additional declaration is not required. Specific requirements Where the plant material is propagable (as shown in relevant country:commodity schedules) the material must be subject to an appropriate devitalisation treatment rendering the material non-propagable. The following additional declaration to the phytosanitary certificate will apply. {AD2}

The [commodity] has been subject to an approved devitalisation treatment rendering it non-propagable.

Full details of the devitalisation treatment must be included in the “Disinfestation and/or Disinfection Treatment” area of the phytosanitary certificate. Details of the date, active ingredient, concentration, treatment duration and temperature must be recorded. Where plant material has been produced and prepared for export in accordance with the Singapore Assurance Certification Scheme: {AD3} This consignment was produced and prepared for export in accordance with the Singapore Assurance Certification Scheme.

Refer to specific country:commodity schedule for details of any further additional declarations that may be necessary.

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Scientific Name Achillea spp. Aconitum napellus Actinodium cunninghamii Actinotus helianthi Adenanthos obovatus Agapanthus africanus Ageratum loustonianum Aglaonema spp. Agonis flexuosa Allium giganteum Alpinia spp. Alstroemeria spp. Amaranthus spp. Amaryllis spp. Ammi majus Ananas bracteatus Anigozanthos spp. Anthurium andraeanum Antirrhinum spp. Arachniodes spp. Asclepia spp. Astartea fascicularis Astartea heteranthera Aster spp. Bacckea spp. Banksia ashbyi Banksia attenuata Banksia baxteri Banksia burdetti Banksia coccinea Banksia ericifola Banksia grandis Banksia hookerana Banksia menziesii Banksia occidentalis Banksia praemorsa

Common Name bunches of daises wolfs bane swamp daisy

Propagable Y N Y

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1

Specific ADs AD2

flannel flower basket flower african lily ageratum Chinese evergreen willow myrtle Giant allium ginger-lily alstroemeria amaranth amaryllis Queen Anne's lace mini pineapple kangaroo paw tail flower snapdragon leather fern milkweed Fascicularis myrtle Heteranthera myrtle aster camphor myrtle ashby's banksia slender banksia bird's nest banksia burdett's banksia scarlet banksia heath banksia giant banskia/bull bankisa hooker's banksia menzies banksia red swamp banksia cut leaf banksia

Y Y N N Y N N N N N N Y N N N N N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2

N

AD1

Y N N N N N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Banksia prionotes Banksia quercifolia Banksia sceptrum Banksia speciosa Banksia spinulosa Beaufortia sparsa Berzelia spp. Blandfordia grandiflora Boronia spp. Bouvardia spp. Bowenia serrulata Brodiaea laxa Brunia spp. Bupleurum spp. Calathea insignis Calathea sereina Callistemon speciosus Calocephalus francisii Campanula spp. Cassia fistula Cassinia aureanitens Caustis blakei Celosia argentea Ceratopetalum spp. Chamelaucium axillare Chamelaucium ciliatum Chamelaucium floriferum Chamelaucium uncinatum Chrysanthemum spp. Cirsium japonicum Clarkia spp. Coccoloba spp. Codiaeum spp. Conospermum amoenum

acorn banksia oak leaved banksia sceptre banksia showy banksia hairpin banksia red bottlebrush Christmas bells boronia bouvardia byfield fern brodiaea Brunia balloon pods

albany bottle brush button daisy bellflower golden rain koala fern celosia festival bush esperance waxflower stirling wax walpole wax Geraldton waxflower chrysanthemum Japanese thistle farewell to spring raisin de mer variegated laurel, croton blue smokebush

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N N N N N Y N N Y Y N N N Y N N Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Y Y N Y N N N U

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

U U

AD1 AD1

U

AD1

Y N N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Conospermum crassinervium Conospermum dorrienii Conospermum huegelii Conospermum incurvum Conospermum stoechadis Conospermum triplinervium Convallaria majalis Costus spicatus Craspedia glauca Craspedia globosa Crowea augustifolia Crowea exalata Crowea saligna Cryptandra scortechinii Curcuma alismatifolia Curcuma petiolata Cycas spp. Cymbidium spp. Davallia spp. Daviesia cordata Dasypogon bromeliisolias Delphinium spp. Dendranthema spp. Dendrobium spp. Dianthus spp. Dieffenbachia spp. Dioscorea discolor Dodonaea lobulata Doryanthes excelsa Dryandra cuneata Dryandra formosa Dryandra nobilis Dryandra patens

tassel smoke

Y

AD1

AD2

stirling smokebush smoke bush plume smokebush common smokebush tree smokebush

Y Y Y Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

lily of valley spiral flag billy buttons

N N N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1

N N N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N Y

AD1 AD1

N Y Y Y Y N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1

crowea exalata pink/exalata white lanceleaf crowea cotton bush hidden lily/siam tulip Thailand lily cycas orchid fern bookleaf saviour grass delphinium autumn-flowering chrysanthemum orchids carnations dumb cane ornamental yam hopbush gymea lily wedge leaf dryandra showy dryandra golden dryandra wandoo dryandra

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Dryandra polycephala Dryandra proteoides Dryandra quercifolia Echinops spp. except Echinops ruthencius Equisetum spp. except Equisetum arvense except Equisetum hyemale Eremurus spp. Erica spp. except Erica lusitanica Eriostemon spp. Eryngium spp. Euphorbia spp. except Euphorbia esula Eustoma spp. Freesia spp. Gahnia rifida Gahnia sieberiana Gaultheria spp. Gentiana spp. Gerbera spp. Gladiolus spp. Globba spp. Gloriosa superba Grevillea spp. Gypsophila paniculata Hakea cucullata Helichrysum diosmaefolium Heliconia spp. Helleborus spp. Hippeastrum spp. Hybanthus floribundus Hypocalymma robustum Hypocalymma spp.

many headed dryandra king dryandra oak dryandra globe thistle

N

AD1

N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited

horsetail

Y

AD1 Prohibited

desert candle heath

N Y

waxflower sea holly milkweed

Y N N

lisianthus fressia twine bush saw sedge salal gentian Transvaal daisy gladioli globba Gloriosa lily spider flower baby's breath cup leaf hakea everlasting

N N N Y N N N N Y N Y Y Y Y

AD1 AD1 Prohibited AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

false bird of paradise hellebore amaryliss shrub biolet pink ice

N N N Y Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Iris spp. except Iris foetidissima except Iris pseudocorus Isopogon spp. Ixia spp. Ixodia achilleoides Kunzea ericifolia Lathyrus sp. Leptocarpus tenax Leucadendron spp. Leucopogon pulchellus Leucopogon verticillatus Leucospermum spp. Liatris spp. Lilium spp. Limonium spp. Lomatia silaifolia Lycopodium cernuum Macropidia fuliginosa Macrozamia reidlei Matthiola spp. Melaleuca spp. Micromyrtus ciliata

iris

N

drumsticks African corn lily South Australian daisy kunzea vetchling seeded rush

Y N Y

AD1 Prohibited Prohibited AD1 AD1 AD1

Y N Y N Y Y N N Y N Y N N N Y Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N Y N Y Y Y Y Y N N N N N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

bearded heath tassle flower

blazing star lily statice crinkle bush coral fern black kangaroo paw zamia spine stock bottlebrush fringed heath myrtle Moluccella laevis bells-of-Ireland Monstera deliciosa fruit-salad plant Musa decora banana Myrica cerifera myrtle Myrica gale myrtle Myrica nagi myrtle Myrica pensylvanica myrtle Myrica rubia myrtle Narcissus spp. daffodil Nerine spp. nerine Nigella damascena love-in-a-mist Nigella orientalis nigella Nymphaea spp. tropical water lily Oncidium spp. orchids Ornithogalum thyrsoides star-of-Bethlehem Paeonia spp. peony MPI Standard 155.02.04: Import Health Standard For Cut Flowers and Foliage 13 December 2016 version

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Pandanus spp. Paphiopedilum spp. Persoonia longifolia Persoonia saccata Petrophile spp. Phalaenopsis spp. Philodendron selloum Phoenix spp. Phylica plumosa Physostegia spp. Pimelea rosea Polianthes tuberosa Polyscias spp. Polystichum spp. Protea spp. Pteridium esculentum Ptilotus exaltatus Pycnosorus globosus Ranunculus spp. except Ranunculus acris Restio tetraphyllus Rhapis humilis Rosa spp. except Rosa rubiginosa Rumohra spp. Ruscus hypophyllum Sabal palmetto Sandersonia aurantiaca Salvia spp. except Salvia reflexa Sanseviera guinensis Sedum spp. except Sedum acre Selaginella noellendaffii Selaginella uncinata Serruria spp. Solidago spp.

screw pine slipper orchid cherry bush geebung pixie mops moth orchid

buttercup

N N N N N N N N Y N Y N Y N Y N Y N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited

lady palm rose

N N Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited AD1 AD1 Prohibited AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

phoenix leaf green phylica obedient plant tuberose fern protea bracken fern mulla mulla

heather leaf fern cabbage palmetto Aurantiaca sage

N N N N Y

stone crop

Y N

selaginella blushing bride golden rod

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AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Solidaster spp. Stephanotis floribunda Strelitzia spp. Tapeinochilus ananassae Telopea speciosissima Templetonia retusa Thryptomene spp. Trachelium caeruleum Triteleia laxa Tulipa spp. Typha spp. Vallota speciosa Vanda spp. Verticordia acerosa Verticordia browneii Verticordia chrysantha Verticordia densiflora Verticordia eriocephala Verticordia grandiflora Verticordia grandis

bird-of-paradise flower torch flower waratah coral bush calyoina blue throatwort tulip cattails/bulrush Scarborough lily orchids feather flower

claw feather flower scarlet feather flower Verticordia mitchelliana rapier feather flower Verticordia monadelpha woolly feather flower Verticordia nitens Verticordia oculata murchison feather flower Verticordia picta painted feather flower Verticordia plumosa plumed feather flower pritzel's feather Verticordia pritzelii flower Verticordia roei roe's feather flower Verticordia serrata saw feather flower Xanthorrea australis steel grass Xanthorrea preissii blackboy spears Xerophyllum tenax bear grass MPI Standard 155.02.04: Import Health Standard For Cut Flowers and Foliage 13 December 2016 version

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AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y Y Y Y N N N N N Y Y Y Y Y Y Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y Y

AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y

AD1

AD2

Y Y N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2 AD2

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Australia Xylomelum angustifolium Xylomelum occidentale Zamia flordana Zantedeschia spp. Zingiber spp.

maliee pear

N

AD1

western woody pear seminole-bread calla lily ginger flower

N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Notes: 1. Species listed in bold font (strikethrough) and shaded grey: Cut flowers and foliage of the Myrtaceae family are considered to be host material for Myrtle Rust (Uredo rangelii). Due to detection of myrtle rust in Australia, these pathways are currently suspended – these products are prohibited from import into New Zealand.

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Canada Scientific Name Gaultheria spp. Pathway Suspended Xerophyllum tenax

Common Name salal

Propagable N

General ADs AD1

N

AD1

bear grass

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Colombia Scientific Name Agapanthus africanus Alstroemeria spp. Antirrhinum spp. Aster spp. Delphinium spp. Freesia spp. Gerbera spp. Liatris spp. Matthiola spp. Nerine spp. Rosa spp. Solidago spp. Solidaster spp. Zantedeschia spp.

Common Name African lily snapdragon aster delphinium fressia Transvaal daisy Blazing star stock nerine rose golden rod calla lily

Propagable U U N Y N N N N Y N Y N N N

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General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Specific ADs

AD2

AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Fiji Scientific Name Alpinia spp. Anthurium andraeanum Heliconia spp. Zingiber spp.

Common Name Ginger-lily tail flower false bird of paradise Ginger flower

Propagable N N N N

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Specific ADs

AD1

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from French Polynesia Scientific Name Aglaonema spp. Alpinia spp. Ananas bracteatus Calathea grandifloria Calathea insignis Coccoloba spp. Codiaeum spp. Costus spicatus Curcuma alismatifolia Curcuma petiolata Dieffenbachia Heliconia spp. Musa decora Pandanus spp. Phaeomeria magnifica Philodendron selloum Polyscias spp. Rosa spp. Sanseviera guinensis Tapeinochilus ananassae Zingiber spp.

Common Name Chinese evergreen ginger-lily mini pineapple

Propagable Y N N

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1

N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1

N N N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

torch flower

N N N N Y Y Y Y

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

ginger flower

N

AD1

raisin de mer variegated laurel, croton spiral flag Siam tulip Thailand lily dumb cane false bird of paradise banana screw pine

rose

Specific ADs AD2

AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

Note: All species listed above shall undergo mandatory on-arrival disinfestation treatment (fumigation with methyl bromide) to mitigate the risks of introducing the glassy-winged sharpshooter (Homalodisca vitripennis).

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from India Scientific Name Alstroemeria spp. Amaryllis spp. Anthurium spp. Chrysanthemum spp. Delphinium spp. Dendranthema spp. Dianthus spp. Echinops spp. Gerbera spp. Godetia spp. Gypsophila paniculata Helianthus spp. Lilium spp. Limonium spp. Rosa spp. Solidaster spp. Tuberose spp. Zantedeschia spp.

Common Name alstroemeria amaryllis chrysanthemum delphinium autumn-flowering chrys carnations globe thistle Transvaal daisy

Propagable N N U Y N Y

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Specific ADs

Y N N U Y U Y N Y N U N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

baby's breath sunflower lily statice rose

calla lily

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AD2 AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Mauritius Scientific Name Anthurium spp. Heliconia spp.

Common Name false bird of paradise

Propagable U N

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Mexico Scientific Name Achillea spp. Alstroemeria spp. Anigozanthos spp. Arachniodes spp. Aster spp. Delphinium spp. Eustoma spp. Freesia spp. Gerbera spp. Limonium spp. Matthiola spp. Nerine spp. Rosa spp. Sabal palmetto Solidago spp. Solidaster spp. Zamia flordana

Common Name alstroemeria leather fern aster delphinium lisianthus fressia Transvaal daisy statice stock nerine rose cabbage palmetto golden rod seminole-bread

Propagable U N U N Y N N N N N Y N Y N N N N

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Specific ADs

AD2

AD2 AD2

Note: All species listed in bold font within the shaded areas shall undergo mandatory on-arrival disinfestation treatment (fumigation with methyl bromide) to mitigate the risks of introducing Xylella fastidiosa and its vectors.

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from The Netherlands Scientific Name Aconitum napellus Allium spp. Alstro Alstroemeria spp. Amaranthus spp. Amaryllis spp. Amthogolum Asclepia spp. Aster spp. Bouvardia spp. Bupleurum spp. Carthamus spp. Celosia argentea Celosia spp. Cirsium japonicum Curcuma alismatifolia Delphinium spp. Dendranthema spp. Dianthus spp. Echinops spp. Eryngium spp. Euphorbia spp. Eustoma lisianthus Freesia spp. Gentiana spp. Gerbera spp. Gladioli spp. Gladiolus spp. Gypsophila paniculata Helianthus spp. Helleborus spp. Hippeastrum spp. Hypericum spp. Iris pseudacorus Ixia spp. Liatris spp. Liatris spicata

Common Name wolfs bane

alstroemeria amaranth amaryllis leather fern milkweed aster bouvardia baloon pods celosia Japanese thistle hidden lily delphinium autumn-flowering chrys carnations globe thistle sea holly milkweed praire gentian fressia gentian Transvaal daisy

Propagable N U U N N N Y Y Y Y Y U N U N Y N Y

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Specific ADs

Y N N N N N N N U N Y U N N U N N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

gladioli baby's breath sunflower hellebore

iris blazing star

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from The Netherlands Lilium spp. Limonium spp. Limonium sihuatum Lisianthus spp. Matricaria tanacetum Moluccella laevis Narcissus spp. Nerine spp. Nigella orientalis Ornithogalum thyrsoides Paeonia spp. Physostegia spp. Ranunculus spp. Rosa spp. Sanseviera guinensis Trachelium spp. Tulipa spp. Vallota speciosa Zantedeschia spp.

Lily statice

matricary bells-of-Ireland daffodil nerine nigella star-of-Bethlehem peony obedient plant buttercup rose

tulip Scarborough lily calla lily

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AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2 AD2

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Samoa Scientific Name Alpinia spp. Anthurium andraeanum Heliconia spp. Zingiber spp.

Common Name Ginger-lily tail flower false bird of paradise Ginger flower

Propagable N N N

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1

N

AD1

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand Scientific Name Adianthifonis Alpinia spp. Ananas bracteatus Anthurium spp. Arachniodes spp. Aranda spp. Aranthera spp. Bupleurum spp. Calathea insignis Calathea sereina Calathea spp. Cassia fistula Celosia spp. Chrysalidocarpus Chrysanthemum spp. Cirsium japonicum Codiaeum variegatum Costus spicatus Costus spp. Curcuma alismatifolia Cycas spp. Davallia spp. Delphinium spp. Dendrobium spp. (note: clean detached roots are permitted) Dianthus spp. Freesia spp. Gerbera spp. Globba spp. Gypsophila paniculata Helianthus spp. Heliconia spp. Iris pseudacorus Ixia spp. Lilium spp. Limonium spp.

Common Name ginger-lily mini pineapple leather fern orchid (hybrid) orchid (hybrid) baloon pods

golden rain celosia chrysanthemum Japanese thistle variegated laurel, croton spirul flag

Propagable U N N U N N N Y N N U N N U Y N N

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N U Y N Y N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Y N N Y Y U N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

N N Y N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

hidden lily cycas fern delphinium orchids

carnations fressia Transvaal daisy baby's breath sunflower false bird of paradise iris lily statice

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Note Note AD2

Note 3 AD2, Note

AD2 AD2 Note

AD2

AD2 AD2 Note

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand Lisianthus Mokara spp. Moluccella spp. Monstera deliciosa Musa decora Nymphaea spp. Oncidium spp. Paeonia spp. Philodendron selloum Phoenix spp. Pleomele reflexa Polystichum spp. Rhapis humilis Rhapis spp. Rosa spp. Rumohra spp. Solidago spp. Solidaster spp. Tapeinochilus spp. Trachelium spp. Vallota Vanda spp. Verticordia chrysantha Zantedeschia spp. Zingiber spp.

orchids fruit-salad plant banana tropical water lily orchids peony phoenix leaf fern lady palm rose heather leaf fern golden rod torch flower

orchids calla lily ginger flower

U N U N N N N N N N U Y N U Y N N N Y Y U N Y N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

Note

Note

AD2 Note 3 AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2

Notes : 1. Species listed in bold font and shaded grey: (a)

For consignments produced and prepared for export in accordance with the Singapore Assurance Certification Scheme, an additional declaration on the phytosanitary certificate is required: {AD3} “This consignment was produced and prepared for export in accordance with the Singapore Assurance Certification Scheme” or

(b)

Unaccompanied Consignments from Malaysia and Singapore. Unless consignments are prepared and exported in accordance with the Singapore Assurance Certification Scheme (AD3) these consignments must be treated

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on arrival prior to inspection. Only Methyl Bromide treatment is permitted. The rate to be used is that prescribed in Approved Biosecurity Treatments for Risk Goods Directed for Treatment BNZ-STD-ABTRT for treatment of insects (FVT1). Treatment must be completed within the metropolitan area and within 24 hours of arrival. Once a compliant treatment certificate is received the goods will be directed for inspection. (c)

Unaccompanied consignments from Thailand – treatment pre-arrival Unaccompanied consignments from Thailand must be pre-arrival treated with Methyl Bromide only with appropriate endorsement on phytosanitary certificate. The rate to be used is that prescribed in Approved Biosecurity Treatments for Risk Goods Directed for Treatment BNZ-STD-ABTRT for treatment of insects (FVT1).

2.

Accompanied orchids from Singapore Airport Duty Free do not require a standard Phytosanitary Certificate. A phytosanitary 'tag' sticker is attached to the carton. The sticker is numbered and issued by the Singapore AgriFood and Veterinary Authority (AVA). Accompanied orchids do not require the on-arrival treatment (note 1) but must be declared will be 100% inspected on-arrival.

3.

Chrysalidocarpus and Rhapis. If a fungicide treatment is applied the Malaysia and Singapore phytosanitary certificate must be endorsed with 'The Rhapis/Chrysalidocarpus foliage in this consignment has been treated using an approved fungicide treatment”

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from U.S.A. Scientific Name Amaryllis spp. Anigozanthos spp. Arachniodes spp. Aspidistra spp. Banksia speciosa Biacteantha biactreata Equisetum spp. except Equisetum arvense except Equisetum hyemale Erica spp. Gaultheria spp. Pathway Suspended Gerbera spp. Gladiolus spp. Helianthus spp. Iris pseudacorus Ixia spp. Leucadendron spp. Leucospermum spp. Limonium spp. Myrica spp. Protea spp. Rumohra spp. Solidago spp. Stephanotis spp. Typha spp. Xerophyllum tenax Zantedeschia spp.

Common Name amaryllis

Propagable N U Y U N U N

General ADs AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 Prohibited

Specific ADs

heath salal

Y N

AD1 AD1

AD2

Transvaal daisy gladioli sunflower iris

Y N U N N N N N Y Y N N Y N N N

AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1 AD1

AD2

leather fern banksia horsetail

statice myrtle protea heather leaf fern golden rod cattails bear grass calla lily

AD2

AD2

AD2 AD2

AD2

Note: All species listed in bold font within the shaded areas shall undergo mandatory on-arrival disinfestation treatment (fumigation with methyl bromide) to mitigate the risks of introducing Xylella fastidiosa and its vectors.

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APPENDIX 1 Specific Requirements: Cut Flowers from Vanuatu Scientific Name Anthurium sp.

Common Name tail flower

Propagable N

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General ADs AD1

Specific ADs

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