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World Trade Organization

G/SPS/N/KOR/98/Add.17

9 April 2008

(08-1618)


Committee on Sanitary and Phytosanitary Measures

Original: English


NOTIFICATION OF EMERGENCY MEASURES
Addendum
The following communication, received on 26 March 2008, is being circulated at the request of the Delegation of the Republic of Korea.
Phytosanitary Measures to Prevent the Introduction of Sudden Oak Death Disease
The National Plant Quarantine Service (NPQS), Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries in the Republic of Korea, has modified the "Tentative phytosanitary measures to prevent the introduction of Sudden Oak Death (SOD) Disease".
This measure is applied to any propagative materials such as nursery stocks (including root stock), cuttings and scions(except seeds and fruits), and woods (including logs) with bark of host or associated plants.
Add the following plants to the associated plants:
Corylopsis spicata, Physocarpus opulifolius, Magnolia denudata × Magnolia salicifolia, Magnolia liliiflora, Magnolia kobus, Magnolia salicifolia, Magnolia × thompsoniana (M. tripetala x M. virginiana)
Update the scientific name of host and associated plants:

Host plants

Rhamnus californica  Frangula californica (= Rhamnus californica)

Michelia doltsopa  Magnolia doltsopa (= Michelia doltsopa)


Associated plants

Mahonia aquifolium  Berberis diversifolia (= Mahonia aquifolium)

Michelia wilsonii  Magnolia ernestii (= Michelia wilsonii)

Michelia maudiae  Magnolia maudiae (= Michelia maudiae)


The importation of these host plants from the prohibited areas is prohibited. For the importation of these associated plants from the prohibited areas and these associated plants from the regulated areas, phytosanitary certificate with the following additional declaration will be required for the consignment shipped on and after 17 April 2008.
"The shipment was inspected and found free of Phytophthora ramorum".
In case of the United States, the name of the State and County are required on the Phytosanitary Certificate as additional information.

Attachment
Full List of Plants and Areas Related with Sudden Oak Death


  1. Plants

Any propagative materials such as nursery stocks (including root stocks), cuttings and scions, etc. (except seeds and fruits) and woods (including logs) with bark.


Host Plants

Associated Plants

Acer macrophyllum (Bigleaf maple)

Acer pseduoplatanus (Planetree maple),

Adiantum aleuticum (Western maidenhair fern),

Adiantum jordanii (California maidenhair fern),

Aesculus californica (California buckeye),

Aesculus hippocastanum (Horse chesnut),

Arbutus menziesii (Madrone),

Arctostaphylos manzanita (Manzanita),

Calluna vulgaris (Heather; Ericaceae),

Camellia spp.,

Castanea sativa (Sweet chestnut),

Fagus sylvatica (European beech),

Frangula californica (= Rhamnus californica),

Frangula purshiana (= Rhamnus purshiana) (Cascara),

Fraxinus excelsior (European ash),

Griseliria littoralis (Griselinia),

Hamamelis virginiana (Witch hazel),

Heteromeles arbutifolia (Toyon),

Kalmia spp,

Laurus nobilis (Bay laurel),

Lithocarpus densiflorus (Tanoak),

Lonicera hispidula (California honeysuckle),

Maianthemum racemosum (Smilacina racemosa, False Solomon's seal),

Magnolia doltsopa (= Michelia doltsopa),

Parrotia persica (Persian ironwood),

Photinia fraseri (Red tip or Fraser's Photinia),

Pieris spp,

Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii (Douglas fir),

Quercus spp.,

Rhododendron spp. (Rhododendron),

Rosa gymnocarpa (Wood rose),

Salix caprea Floderus,

Sequoia sempervirens (Coast redwood)

Syringa vulgaris (Lilac),

Taxus baccata,

Trientalis latifolia (Western starflower),

Umbellularia californica (California bay laurel, pepperwood, Oregon myrtle),

Vaccinium ovatum (Evergreen huckleberry),

Viburnum spp.


Abies concolor (Whate fir),

Abies grandis (Grand fir),

Abies magnifica (Red fir),

Acer circinatum (Vine maple),

Acer davidii (Striped bark maple),

Acer laevigatum (Evergreen maple),

Annona spp,

Arbutus unedo (Strawberry tree),

Arctostaphylos columbiana (Manzanita),

Arctostaphylos uva-ursi,

Ardisia japonica (Ardisia),

Berberis diversifolia (= Mahonia aquifolium),

Calycanthus occidentalis (Spicebush),

Castanopsis orthacantha (Castanopsis),

Ceanothus thyrsiflorus (Buleblossom),

Cinnamomum spp. (Camphor tree),

Clintonia andrewsiana (Andrew's clintonia bead lily),

Cornus kousa x C. capitata (Cornus Norman Haddon),

Corylopsis spicata (spike witch hazel),

Corylus cornuta (California hazelnut),

Distylium spp,

Drimys winteri (Winter's bark),

Dryopteris arguta (California wood fern),

Empetrum spp,

Eucalyptus haemastoma (Scribbly gum),

Euonymus kiautschovicus (Spreading euonymus),

Frangula spp,

Fraxinus latifolia (Oregon ash),

Garry elliptica (Silk tassel tree, coast silktassel tree),

Gaultheria shallon (Salal, Oregon wintergreen),

Hamamelis mollis,

Hamamelis × intermedia (H. mollis & H. japonica) (Hyrid witchhazel),

Ilex spp,

Leucothoe axillaris(Fetter-bush, dog hobble),

Leucothoe fontanesiana (Drooping leucothoe),

Loropetalum chinense (Loropetalum),

Manglietia spp

Magnolia denudata × salicifolia,

Magnolia ernestii (= Michelia wilsonii),

Magnolia grandiflora (Southern magnolia), Magnolia kobus,

Magnolia liliiflora (= M. quinquepeta) (purple magnolia),

Magnolia x loebneri (Loebner magnolia),

Magnolia maudiae (= Michelia maudiae),

Magnolia salicifolia (= M. proctoriana) (Anise magnolia),

Magnolia stellata (Star magnolia),

Magnolia x soulangeana (Saucer magnolia)

Magnolia × thompsoniana (M. tripetala x M. virginiana),

Nerium spp,

Nothofagus oblique (Southern or Roble beech),

Osmanthus decorus (= Phillyrea decora; = P. vilmoriniana) (Osmanthus),

Osmanthus delavayi (Delavay tea olive),

Osmanthus fragrans (Sweet olive),

Osmanthus heterophyllus (Holly olive),

Osmorhiza berteroi (Sweet Cicely),

Parakmeria spp,

Physocarpus opulifolius (Ninebark),

Pittosporum undulatum (Victorian box),

Prunus laurocerasus (English laurel cherry)

Prunus lusitanica (Portuguese laurel cherry),

Pyracantha koidzumi I (Formosa firethorn),

Rosa spp.

Rubus spectabilis (Salmonberry),

Schima spp. (Somak, puspa),

Taxus brevifolia (Pacific yew),

Taxus x media,

Torreya californica (California nutmeg),

Toxicodendron diversilobum (Rhus diversiloba) (Poison oak),

Tsuga spp,

Vancouveria planipetala (Redwood ivy).




  1. Areas

Prohibited Areas

Regulated Areas

Germany, the Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain, Belgium, France, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Slovenia, Poland, Switzerland, and the United States(California State: Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara,  Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Alameda, Solano, Mendocino, Humboldt, Contra Costa, Lake, San Francisco Counties; Oregon State: Curry County; New York State: Nassau County)

the United States (California, Oregon, and Washington States excluding the prohibited area)

Importation of the host plants from the prohibited areas is prohibited.


Additional declaration ("The shipment was inspected and found free of Phytophthora ramorum") on phytosanitary certificate is required for the importation of:



In case of the United States, the name of the State and County are required on PC as additional information.


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