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ISPM 35. Systems approach for pest risk management of fruit flies (Tephritidae)

Adopted 2012













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    PT 7: Irradiation treatment for fruit flies of the family Tephritidae (generic). Annex 7 to ISPM 28: Phytosanitary treatments for regulated pests
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    This standard presents as annexes phytosanitary treatments evaluated and adopted by the Commission on Phytosanitary Measures (CPM). It also describes the requirements for submission and evaluation of the efficacy data and other relevant information on a phytosanitary treatment that can be used as a phytosanitary measure and that will be annexed to this standard after its adoption. The treatments are for the control of regulated pests on regulated articles, primarily those moving in international trade. The adopted treatments provide the minimum requirements necessary to control a regulated pest at a stated efficacy. The scope of this standard does not include issues related to pesticide registration or other domestic requirements for approval of treatments (e.g. irradiation).

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