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Old 04-23-2012, 08:14 PM   #14 (permalink)
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Originally Posted by barnetmill View Post
In the US some states on the major interstate highways have agricultural inspection points for certain items. For example I know you are not suppose to bring in citrus products to my state of Florida. Do you have simlar restrictions between your provinces in Australia? Prior to the high cost of gas (petrol) many people here would drive coast to coast for vacations and to see family.
Recently our visitors from Victoria declined taking bananas home because they can't take fruit over the boarder
We used to have tick gates at various points in country areas = an inspection point for livestock passing through, at that point also, any produce had to be declared.
In recent years East Coast Aust has had trouble with a disease on frangipani trees. And another major concern is a thing called Myrtle Rust.
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