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ISPM 34. Design and operation of post-entry quarantine stations for plants

Adopted 2010












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    Many countries of the Asia-Pacific region share long land borders across which many consignments of plants, plant products and other regulated articles pass through land border entry points. While long-distance trade in large consignments exists and uses the established regulatory systems, a large proportion of cross border trade concerns the local trade of large numbers of small consignments which require specific border region import regulatory systems. Dealing with the trade of small amounts of plant material is a major problem at many land border entry points. This trade is increasing and the associated risks need to be addressed. This standard offers guidance for the harmonization of procedures for land border points of entry to deal with the specific problems arising from local trade and encourages cooperation between neighbouring countries. The measures described should substantially decrease any risk of plant pest entry through local trade. This standard was endorsed by the twe nty-sixth session of the Asia and Pacific Plant Protection Commission (APPPC) held in New Delhi, India in August-September 2009. Regional standards for phytosanitary measures are part of the plant protection programme of the Commission's contracting parties to support regional harmonization and facilitate trade of commodities by member countries.
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    ISPM 21. Pest risk analysis for regulated non-quarantine pests
    Adopted 2004
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    This standard provides guidelines for conducting pest risk analysis for regulated non-quarantine pests. It describes the integrated processes to be used for risk assessment and the selection of risk management options to achieve a pest tolerance level.
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    ISPM 11. Pest risk analysis for quarantine pests
    Adopted 2013
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    The standard provides details for the conduct of pest risk analysis (PRA) to determine if pests are quarantine pests. It describes the integrated processes to be used for risk assessment as well as the selection of risk management options. It also includes details regarding the analysis of risks of plant pests to the environment and biological diversity, including those risks affecting uncultivated/unmanaged plants, wild flora, habitats and ecosystems contained in the PRA area. Some explanatory comments on the scope of the IPPC in regard to environmental risks are given in Annex 1. It includes guidance on evaluating potential phytosanitary risks to plants and plant products posed by LMOs. This guidance is intended to clarify issues related to the PRA for LMOs. Some explanatory comments on the scope of the IPPC in regard to PRA for LMOs are given in Annex 2. Specific guidance on conducting PRA for plants as quarantine pests is provided in Annex 4.

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