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PHYTOSANITARY TREATMENT AND ADDITIONAL DECLARATION OF VARIOUS COMMODITIES EXPORTABLE TO ALGERIA FROM INDIA

 

To safeguard the country’s agricultural economy and the biodiversity from the ravages of exotic pests, every country has specified phytosanitary conditions so as to mitigate these pests OR otherwise impose restrictions/prohibitions based on scientific justifications. Moreover, every country periodically conducts/reviews the Pest Risk Analysis (PRA) of a commdity before its import and lays down phytosanitary conditions. Most of the countries issues Import Permit or Import Licence incorporating the phytosanitary requirement including the treatment(s). Exporters should procure these requirements and provide to the Treatment Provider. However, some of the important phytosanitary measures required by these countries have been compiled for ready reference with the advice to ascertain the country’s current regulations for details, its completeness and authenticity.

 

  1. EPPO SUMMARIES OF PHYTOSANITARY REGULATIONS

 

This summary of the phytosanitary regulations of Algeria forms part of the EPPO publication Summaries of Phytosanitary Regulations. It has been prepared by the EPPO Secretariat from the original text of the Algerian regulations. Its content is identical to that of EPPO’s computer database PRS. PRS is provided with a user-friendly interface for retrieval of this information in relation to consignments of specific commodities exported to Algeria from any country. Users are strongly advised to consult PRS in the first instance, and to refer to this printed summary only for an overall view. The original text of the Algerian regulations is also supplied with PRS, as a computer text file.

 

This summary has been submitted to the NPPO of Algeria for review, and is believed to contain complete and up-to-date information. Nevertheless, it does not constitute a legally approved substitute for the original text of the Algerian regulations. If in doubt, users should refer to the original text.

The summary is presented in the following sequence:

 

  1. General requirements
  2. Commodity requirements for:
  3. Plants
  4. Bulbs and tubers
  5. Seeds
  6. Cut flowers and branches
  7. Fruits and vegetables
  8. Squared wood
  9. Non-squared wood
  10. Bark
  11. Soil/growing medium
  12. Stored products
  13. Other

 

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