Plant protection survey report .: A101-11E-PDF

"Pest surveys are required to maintain claims of "pest-free" status of an area, to detect new populations of quarantine pests, and to delimit populations of quarantine pests with limited distributions in Canada. Pest surveys are also an integral part of control and eradication programs. Surveys provide information in support of all regulatory programs: import, export, and domestic. In all cases, reliable and accurate pest distribution data provides the basis for sound regulatory decisions." - Preface, issue 2009, p. i.

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Publication information
Department/Agency Canada. Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
Title Plant protection survey report .
Publication type Series
Language [English]
Other language editions [French]
Format Electronic
Note(s) Issued also in French under title: Rapport des enquêtes de la protection des végétaux.
Publishing information Ottawa : Plant Health Surveillance Unit, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, [2009]-
Chronology Began with: 2009?
Frequency Annual
Catalogue number
  • A101-11E-PDF
Subject terms Plant diseases
Pests
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