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Items no longer requiring a permit from Plant Quarantine, Trinidad and Tobago

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  • Rationale for Phytosanitary Requirements
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Last Updated
Aug. 29, 2020, 2:06 a.m.
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Plant Quarantine Services (PQS), Ministry of Agriculture, Land and Fisheries, Trinidad and Tobago has advised that as of January 1st, 2019, Plant Import Permits will no longer be issued for the following items: Dried Herbs and Spices that undergo sterilization; Oats; Roasted Nuts; Malted Barley; Parboiled Rice; Medium-density Fibre Board (MDF) and Particle Board; and Flour (not of vegetable origin). Phytosanitary Certificates will also not be required for the above items.

Contact for Info
Ms. Deanne Ramroop Deputy Director Research Crops (Ag) Ministry of Agriculture Land and Fisheries Research Division, Central Experiment Station, Caroni North Bank Road, Via Arima Post Office, Centeno, Trinidad and Tobago Phone: 1 868 642 6008 Mobile: 1 868 753 0949 Fax: 1 868 642 6008 Email: [email protected] Alternate Email: [email protected]
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