- No import ban for plants that are cultivated under controlled conditions; for plants cultivated by companies that have a long-term and sustainable relationship with growers in the EU; for seeds, seedling material, graft wood and in vitro material; and for Ficus, Cycas, Ligustrum, Lonicera, Jasminum and Acer.
- To request the Commission to state the criteria on the basis of which plants are included in this list; to mention the pests and diseases on this list that for these plants pose a very high risk for the EU territory; and to announce how many interceptions there have been in recent years.
- To hold a plea for a more specific list, better adapted to the phytosanitary risks with refinement to plant species, gender, variety and country/region of origin.
- To argue in favor for the possibility to be able to carry out a possible risk analysis of plants on this list, coming from third, further to be specified, countries or regions, in a quick and timely manner.
- Senior Agronomist/Horticulturist and Agronomy/Horticulture Manager
- Growers & Assistant Growers
- Plant Biologist
- Ripening Officer Bananas / Exotics
- Grower and Nurser
- Farm Manager
- Floriculture Production Planning Manager
- Agricultural Mechanic / Crop Sprayer Operator
- Technical Services Manager
- Quality Controller
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EU Commission reveals the final import list this week
"Import bans must be proportional and based on actual risks"
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