Things to follow in import  Import prohibited items




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THINGS TO FOLLOW IN IMPORT
Import prohibited items

The following items cannot be imported



  • Import prohibited plants: [import prohibited plants, area and pests]; [prohibited plants]; [import requirements for fresh fruits and fruit vegetables]

  • Emergency import restricted plants: [emergency import restriction measures]

  • Provisionally import permitted plants (limited to those that failed to comply with requirements): [notification by the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries]

  • Soil

  • Plants attached with soil (those in which organic matters such as peat moss, coco peat and bark are decomposed or corroded and plants placed in the matters used for plant cultivation are also included)

  • Plants mixed with other import prohibited items

  • A live pest

 The accompaniment of a phytosanitary certificate (Article 8 of Plant Protection Act)

Any person who imports plants and containers and packaging that contain or package the plants shall accompany a phytosanitary certificate issued by a government organization of the exporting country which conforms to the phytosanitary certificate form stipulated by the International Plant Protection Convention. Nevertheless, some may be exempted. [plants which do not require phytosanitary certificate]
 Import declaration and inspection (Article 12 of Plant Protection Act)

An importer, upon arrival of plants subject to plant quarantine inspection at sites designated by the Ordinance of Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries including ports, airports, or train stations, shall without hesitation declare to a head of NPQS regional office or branch office and undergo inspection.

(Failure to declare and delays in declaration shall be punished.) One may apply for inspection online: [Online application for import and export inspection]
 Post-entry quarantine inspection (Article 13 of Plant Protection Act)

If it is difficult to assess the presence of quarantine pests as a result of inspection conducted on imported seeds for planting or propagation such as seeds, seedlings and bulbs, post-entry quarantine orders may be issued to the owner or the agent to carry out inspection at the growing field or carry out inspection by cultivating all or some of the seeds in isolation. [Guidelines for post-entry quarantine inspection]


 Inspection preparation

If an importer of plants subject to plant quarantine inspection wishes to undergo inspection, the importer must take necessary measures for inspection such as transportation of plants subject to plant quarantine inspection and opening of the consignment according to the directions of a plant quarantine inspector. Nevertheless, this may not be applicable if the supervisor at the inspection site implements such measures based on the agreement between the consignor and supervisor.


 Plant quarantine inspection fee

NPQS does not charge any fees in relation to the plant quarantine service.


Import prohibited plants, import prohibited areas and import prohibited pests


  • Plants which have been produced, sent or visited a region where pests, as a result of pest risk analysis, recognized to have great damage on local plants if introduced to Korea are distributed under paragraph 1 (1) of Article 10 of the Act and which were designated by the Ordinance of the Ministry for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries.

  • Enforcement Regulation Table 1.


IMPORT PROHIBITED PLANTS, AREAS AND PESTS





Import Prohibited Plants

Import Prohibited Areas

Import Prohibited pests

1.

Rice, chaff, straw and the processed products

(excluding husked rice and unhulled rice determined and notified by Director General of NPQS)



The entire world

Ditylenchus angustus

Balansia oryzae-sativae




2.

Fresh fruits, fresh vegetable fruits, unripe beans of leguminous plants (excluding coconut, pineapple and unripe bananas)

The entire world excluding the following import permitted areas of each commodity


commodity

Import permitted areas

Persimmon

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

Japan: all areas New Zealand: all areas

Grape

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

Japan: all areas New Zealand: all areas

Kiwi

(Actinidia chinensis, Actinidiadeli


ciosa)

US: all areas excluding Hawaii

Japan: all areas

New Zealand: all areas

Siberian gooseberry

(Actinidia arguta)



New Zealand: all areas

Grapefruit

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

Japan: all areas excluding Kyushu and Ryukyu

Unshu mandarin, Lemon

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

Japan: all areas excluding Kyushu and Ryukyu

New Zealand: all areas

Lime

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

Citron

Japan: all areas excluding Kyushu and Ryukyu


Sweet persimmon

/Pumpkin


Japan: all areas

New Zealand: all areas

Durian

Thailand: all areas

Sweet cherry

Tomato


Strawberry

Japan: all areas

Avocado

US: all areas excluding Hawaii, Texas and Florida

New Zealand: all areas

Pomegranate

Iran: all areas excluding provinces of Sistan and Baluchistan

Uzbekistan: all areas

Cowberry

Nepal: all areas

Indonesia: all areas

Melon

US: all areas excluding Hawaii

Japan: all areas

New Zealand: all areas

Oriental melon

Japan: all areas

Uzbekistan: all areas




Ceratitis capitata

Ceratitis quinaria

Ceratitis rosa

Bactrocera aquilonis

Bactrocera carambolae

Bactrocera correcta

Bactrocera dorsalis species complex

Bactrocera halfordiae

Bactrocera jarvisi

Bactrocera latifrons

Bactrocera neohumeralis

Bactrocera papayae

Bactrocera tau

Bactrocera trivialis

Bactrocera tryoni

Bactrocera tuberculata

Bactrocera cucurbitae

Bactrocera tsuneonis

Bactrocera umbrosa

Bactrocera zonata

Anastrepha fraterculus]

Anastrepha ludens]

Anastrepha suspensa

Anastrepha serpentina

Anastrepha obliqua

Rhagoletis cerasi

Rhagoletis cingulatae

Rhagoletis completa

Rhagoletis indifferens

Rhagoletis fausta

Rhagoletis pomonella

Rhagoletis suavis

Zonosemata electa

Anastrepha distincta

Anastrepha pseudoparallela

Anastrepha striata

Bactrocera cucumis

Bactrocera fraunfeldi

Bactrocera kraussi

Bactrocera murrayi

Bactrocera opiliae

Cydia pomonella

Cydia funebrana

Grapholita inopinata

Grapholita prunivora

Grapholita prunivorana

Anarsia lineatella

Conotrachelus nenuphar

Cryptophlebia leucotreta

Carpomya pardalina


3.

Walnut fruits and kernels

 Asia: Lebanon, Myanmar, Syria, Afghanistan, Jordan, Iraq, Iran, Israel, India, China, Turkey, Pakistan

 Europe: all areas

 Africa: all areas

 North America: Canada, the US, Mexico

 South America: Bolivia, Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Colombia, Peru

 Oceania and Pacific region: Australia, New Zealand

 Russia, Ukraine, Turkmenistan, Belarus, Moldova, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Tadjikistan, Kyrgyz, Georgia, Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia


Cydia pomonella

4.

Seeds of potato and tomato

 Asia: Afghanistan, China (only applicable to cities of Hebei, Heilongjiang, Jiangsu, and Qingahi), India (only applicable to states of Himachal Pradesh and Maharashtra)

 Europe: Belarus, Germany, Poland, Russia, UK (only applicable to England and Wales regions)

 Africa: Egypt and Nigeria

 North America: the US (only applicable to Kansas, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Nebraska, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Wisconsin, and Wyoming)

 Central America: Costa Rica

 South America: Argentina, Chile, Peru, Venezuela

 Oceania: New Zealand


Potato spindle tuber viroid

5.

Fresh stem and leaves, and underground parts of fresh plants of Ipomoea, Calystegia, Convolvulus, Dioscorea, and Cuscuta; and underground parts of fresh plants of cassava

 Asia: Laos, Malaysia, Bangladesh, Vietnam, Brunei, Myanmar, Singapore, Sri Lanka, Indonesia, India, China, Cambodia, Thailand, Pakistan, Philippines, Japan (only applicable to ), Maldives, Cocos Island, Christmas Island, Pescadores, British Indian Ocean Territory

 Africa: all regions

 North America: the US, Mexico, West Indies

 South America: Guyana, Venezuela, Brazil, Suriname, Peru, Department of French Guiana, Paraguay

 Oceania: Australia, Papua New Guinea, Micronesia, Melanesia, Polynesia, Hawaiian Islands


Cylas formicarius

Euscepes postfasciatus

6.

Stem and leaves, and process products of plants of Hordeum spp., Triticum spp., Secale spp., Agropyron spp. Triticosecale spp. (excluding those processed using the methods notified by Director General of NPQS)

 Asia: Iraq, Israel, Iran, Turkey, Syria

 Europe: all areas

 Africa: Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia

 North America: all areas (excluding West Indies)

 Oceania and Pacific region: New Zealand

 Georgia, Latvia, Kazakhstan, Russia, Ukraine



Mayetiola destructor

7.

Fresh stem and leaves of plants of Solanaceae and Ipomoea, and underground parts of fresh plants

The entire world excluding those import permitted areas of each commodity.


Commodity

Import Permitted Regions

Fresh stem and leaves of plants of Solanaceae

Japan: all areas excluding islands of Hokkaido and Kyushu

Fresh stem and leaves of plants of Ipomoea, and underground parts of fresh plants of Solanaceae and Ipomoea,

Japan: all areas excluding islands of Hokkaido and Kyushu

The US: all areas excluding states of Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, New York, Utah, Nebraska, California, Montana, Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, North Dakota, Kansas, Wyoming, Delaware, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Nevada

Australia: all areas excluding Victoria and West Australia




Synchytrium endobioticum

Potato spindle tuber viroid



Globodera rostochiensis

Globodera pallida

Leptinotarsa decemlineata

Peronospora tabacina


8.

Fresh fruits of plants of Solanaceae

 Asia: Taiwan, Arab Emirates, Lebanon, Myanmar, Syria, Jordan Iraq, Iran, Israel, Turkey, Yemen

 Europe: all areas

 Africa: Libya, Algeria, Morocco, Egypt, Tunisia

 North America: Guatemala, Mexico, the US, the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Jamaica, Canada, Cuba, Haiti, Honduras, Nicaragua, Puerto Rico, Costa Rica

 South America: Brazil, Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Venezuela

 Oceania and Pacific region: Australia

 Armenia, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Moldova, Lithuania, Georgia,


Peronospora tabacina

9.

Plants of Maloideae, Prunus, and Rubus for planting including seedlings, cuttings and scions (excluding seeds), and fresh fruits (excluding plants of Prunus)

The entire world (excluding Japan and Taiwan)

Erwinia amylovora

Apple proliferation Phytoplasma

Plum pox virus


10.

Plants of Rutaceae, Cuscuta spp. and Artocarpus heterophyllus for planting such as seedlings, cuttings, and scions. (excluding seeds)

 Asia: China, India, Taiwan, Indonesia, Philippines, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand, Nepal, Yemen, Bhutan, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, Japan (only applicable to the region south of Okinawa at latitude 27° 58' N and Kikai Jima), Bangladesh, Cambodia, Laos, Vietnam, Sri Lanka, Iran

 Africa: Mauritius, Region Reunion, Comoros, Ethiopia Kenya, Madagascar, South Africa, Swaziland, Zimbabwe, Burundi, Cameroon, Tanzania, Central Africa, Malawi, Rwanda, Somalia, Tunisia

 North America: the US (only applicable to Florida, Louisiana)

 South America: Brazil

 Oceania and Pacific region: Papua New Guinea, and East Timor





11.

Plants of grape for planting such as seedlings, cuttings, and scions. (excluding seeds)

 Asia: Taiwan

 Europe: France, Germany, Italy, Serbia-Monte Negro, Croatia, Slovenia, Spain

 North and Central America: the US, Canada, Mexico, Costa Rica

 South America: Argentina, Venezuela, Paraguay, Brazil



Grapevine flavescence doree phytoplasma

Xylella fastidiosa

12.

Avocado, Pineapple, Litchi, Indigofera hirsute, Taeda pine, Pinus elliottii, kidney bean, okra, watermelon, radish, bitter melon, hot pepper, tomato, pumpkin, melon, leek, gardenia seeds, canna, tea tree, coffee, ginger, alfalfa, pepper, sweet potato, sugar cane, soybean, corn, peanut (excluding seed of peanut that do not have shell), betel palm, coconut palm, Curcuma longa, carrot, Underground parts of fresh plants of black nightshade, Musa, Rutaceae, Calathea spp. Anthurium, Beta, Dioscorea spp., Pyrus, Philodendron spp., Maranta spp., Stromanthe spp., Ctenonthe spp., Persea spp., Strelitzia spp., Jasminum, Rhapis spp., Heliconia spp.

 North America: the US, Canada, Mexico

 Central America: all areas

 South America: all areas

 Africa: all areas

 Asia: India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Pakistan, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Brunei, Israel, Lebanon, Oman, Singapore, Yemen

 Europe: Belgium, France, Germany, Portugal, Italy, Netherlands, Poland, Slovenia

 Oceania and Pacific region: Australia (excluding Tasmania), Palau, Guam, Micronesia, Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Polynesia, Fiji, Hawaiian Islands


Radopholus citrophilus

Radopholus similis

13.

Seedlings and wood of plants of Pinus spp., Larix, Cedrus

(excluding processed woods designated and processed by Director General of NPQS)



 Asia: Japan, China, Taiwan, Vietnam

 North America: the US, Canada, Mexico

 Europe: Portugal


Bursaphelenchus xylophilus and insect vectors of the distributed area including Monochamus alternatus, Monochamus carolinensis

Cronartium colesoporioides



14.

Acer macrophyllum, Aesculus californica, Arbutus menziesii, Arctostaphylos manzanita, Calluna vulgaris, Camellia spp., Fraxinus excelsior, Griseliria littoralis, Hamamelis virginiana, Heteromeles arbutifolia, Lithocarpus densiflorus, Lonicera hispidula, Maianthemum racemosum(Smilacina racemosa), Photinia fraseri, Pieris formosa, Pieris formosa ×Pjaponica, P.floribunda×P.japonica, Pieris japonica, Pseudotsuga menziesii var. menziesii, Quercus spp., Frangula californica, Rhododendron spp., Rosa gymnocarpa, Sequoia sempervirens, Trientalis latifolia, Umbellularia californica, Vaccinium ovatum, Viburnum spp, Acer pseduoplatanus, Aesculus hippocastanum, Adiantum aleuticum,Adiantum jordanii, Castanea sativa, Fagus sylvatica, Frangula purshiana(= Rhamnus purshiana), Kalmia spp., Laurus nobilis, Magnolia doltsopa, Parrotia persica, Pieris spp., Salix caprea, Syringa vulgaris, Taxus baccata for planting such as seedlings (including rootstock), cuttings and scions (excluding seeds), and woods that have barks attached.

 Europe: Germany, Netherlands, UK, Spain, Belgium, France, Sweden, Italy, Denmark, Norway, Ireland, Slovenia, Poland, Switzerland

 North America: The US (only applicable to Marin, Monterey, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Santa Cruz, Sonoma, Alameda, Solano, Mendecino, Humboldt, Contra Costa, Lake, San Francisco County in California: Curry County in Oregon: and Nassau County in New York)





Phytophthoraramorum

NOTE:


1. Among import prohibited plants in the Table above, those import prohibited plants whose risk management options against pests that live on the plants have been submitted in accordance with paragraph 2 (2) of Article 10 of the Act, and whose risk management options has been confirmed, as a result of pest risk analysis conducted on the validity, and notified by the Minister for Food, Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries to have no concern over damages on domestic plants, will be exempted.
2. Among import prohibited areas under 1, 2, 7 and 9 of the above Table, North Korea is not included.
Import restriction measures


Measures

Prohibited areas

Prohibited plants

Implementation dates

Reason

Import prohibition of fresh tomato

Yonaguni-shima, Japan

Fresh tomato

Nov. 24, 2004

Occurrence of fruit fly

Import prohibition of potato

Idaho, USA

Potato

Apr. 27, 2006

Occurrence of Pale cyst nematode (PCN)

Seedling, cutting and scion of grape from Switzerland

Switzerland

Plants for planting such as seedling, cutting and scion of grape

May 9, 2006

Outbreak of Flavescence dorée phytoplasma (FD)

Import restriction measures against relevant host plants

See Attachment 1

Add relevant plants


Applicable to shipment on and after Apr. 17, 2008

Occurrence of Phytopthora ramorum

Add relevant plants (9 species)

Applicable to shipment on and after Apr. 6, 2010

Import prohibition of host fruit trees

Region M

The whole province of Santiago (including all regions that belong to Santiago)



Fresh fruits including grape, kiwi, lemon and orange

Apr. 9, 2008

Occurrence of Mediterranean fruit fly

Import prohibition of host plants

Aomori and Mie on Honshu Island, Japan

Underground parts of fresh plants of Solanaceae

May 14, 2008

Outbreak of potato cyst nematode

Import prohibition of host plants

All parts of Chile

Seed and seedlings as well as raw wood and sawn wood of Pinus radiata

Applicable to shipments on and after Oct. 1, 2008

Outbreak of pine tree disease

Import prohibition of host plants

Texas, the USA

potato

Applicable to phytosanitary certificate issued on and after Dec. 3, 2008

Occurrence of Zebra chip

Import prohibition of host fruit trees

Asia: China etc.

North America: Some parts of the US

South America: Guinea etc.

Oceania: Australia etc.



Sweet persimmon

Applicable to shipment as of Feb. 6, 2009

Detection of oriental fruit fly

Import prohibition of host plants

South Carolina, USA

Plants for planting including seedlings, cuttings and scions of Rutaceae, Cuscuta spp. and Artocarpus heterophyllus (excluding seeds)

Applicable to shipment as of Apr. 22, 2009

Occurrence of citrus greening disease

Georgia, USA

Same as above

Applicable to shipment as of Jul. 1, 2009

Occurrence of citrus greening disease

Virgin Island, USA

Same as above

Applicable to shipment as of Jun. 2, 2009

Occurrence of citrus greening disease

Import prohibition of host plants

Tokyo, Japan

Plants for planting including seedlings, cuttings and scions of Prunus (excluding seeds)

Applicable to shipment as of May 14, 2009

Occurrence of plum pox

Import prohibition of host plants

Maine, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, Ohio and Wisconsin in the USA (added)

Fresh stem and leaf of plants of Ipomoea, and underground parts of fresh plants of Solanaceae and Ipomoea

Applicable to shipment as of Jul. 12, 2009

Occurrence of Potato Spindle Tuber Viroid (PSTVd)

Import prohibition of host plants

Viana Do Castelo District, Braga District and Vila Real District in Portugal

Plants for planting including seedlings, cuttings and scions of grape (excluding seeds)

Applicable to shipment as of Jul. 13, 2009

(Import prohibition was lifted in some areas as of Jul. 23, 2009.)



Outbreak of Flavescence dorée phytoplasma (FD)

Import prohibition of host plants

Import prohibited areas

(Please see subparagraph 12 of Annex 1 of Enforcement Regulations.)



Add Anubias in the list of import prohibited plants under subparagraph 12 of Annex 1 of Enforcement Regulations

Applicable to shipment as of Jul. 27, 2009

Outbreak of Radopholus similis

Import prohibition of host plants

Yucatan, Nayarit, Jalisco, Qunintana Roo, Campeche and Colima in Mexico; Belize, Cuba, The Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico

Plants for planting including seedlings, cuttings and scions of Rutaceae, Cuscuta spp. and Artocarpus heterophyllus (excluding seeds)

Aug. 9, 2009

Jan. 7, 2010

Apr. 26, 2010

(added)


May 18, 2010

Occurrence of citrus greening disease

Import prohibition of host plants

Escondido region, San Diego of California, USA

Citrus, kiwi, avocado, grape, melon, persimmon, pomegranate

Applicable to phytosanitary certificate issued on and after Sep. 24, 2009

Occurrence of Mediterranean fruit fly

Import prohibition of host plants

Santa Monica, LA County and Fallbrook, San Diego County of California, USA

Citrus, kiwi, avocado, grape, melon, persimmon, pomegranate

Applicable to phytosanitary certificate issued on and after Nov. 9, 2009

Occurrence of Mediterranean fruit fly

Import prohibition of host plants

Hainan, Gwangxi and Gwang-dong

Import prohibited plants under subparagraph 12 of Annex 1 of Enforcement Regulation

Applicable to shipment as of Feb. 23, 2010

Detection of Radopholus similis

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