Phytosanitary requirements established for the import of oil palm seeds from Honduras

Published Mar 26, 2024

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Peru's National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) has introduced compulsory phytosanitary measures for importing sprouted oil palm seeds (Elaeis guineensis) from Honduras, as outlined in Directorial Resolution No. D000012-2024-Midagri-Senasa-DSV, announced on March 24 in El Peruano. This initiative is designed to safeguard Peruvian agriculture by reducing the risk of introducing quarantine pests through these imports, ensuring a higher level of agricultural protection.
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The National Agrarian Health Service (Senasa) has established mandatory phytosanitary requirements for the importation of sprouted seeds of oil palm (Elaeis guineensis) from Honduras. This measure, made official through Directorial Resolution No. D000012-2024-Midagri-Senasa-DSV and published on March 24 in El Peruano, is intended to guarantee an adequate ...
Source: AgroPeru
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