Peru: Phytosanitary requirements are established to import tomato seeds from 29 countries

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Published Mar 19, 2024

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Peru's National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) has established phytosanitary requirements for importing tomato seeds from 29 countries for a year. The shipment must have a phytosanitary import permit from Senasa and an official phytosanitary certificate from the country of origin. The containers should be new, clean, and properly labeled. Upon arrival in Peru, the shipment will be inspected and held until analysis results are available. Importers will bear the cost of these diagnoses.
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The National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) has established, for a period of 360 calendar days, the phytosanitary requirements for the importation of tomato seeds (Solanum lycopersicum) of origin and/or origin from 29 countries. Authorized countries of origin are Australia, Chile, China, North Korea, South Korea, United States, France, Guatemala, India, Israel, Italy, Japan, Kenya, Morocco, Mexico, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Thailand, Taiwan, Tanzania, Turkey, Germany, Netherlands, Denmark, Laos, Vietnam, Bolivia and Latvia. The shipment must have the phytosanitary import permit issued by Senasa, obtained by the importer or interested party, prior to certification and shipment in the country of origin. Likewise, the shipment will be accompanied by an official phytosanitary certificate from the country of origin and/or provenance in which the following is recorded as an additional declaration, see table: In addition, the containers will be new and first used, free of ...
Source: AgroPeru
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