New hampshire summary of plant protection regulations




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NEW HAMPSHIRE
SUMMARY OF PLANT PROTECTION REGULATIONS

Updated June 2015


New Hampshire Department of Agriculture, Markets, and Food

State Lab Building

29 Hazen Drive

Concord NH 03301

Phone: (603) 271-2561; Fax: (603) 271-3692

Email: piera.siegert@agr.nh.gov


Piera Siegert State Entomologist

Prenotification of nursery stock shipments, when required, should be sent to the above address or fax number.


The information, as provided, is for informational purposes only and should not be interpreted as complete, nor should it be considered legally binding. Coordination with both your state and the destination state plant regulatory agency listed above may be necessary to stay up-to-date on revised requirements.

NURSERY STOCK DEFINITION
All hardy deciduous and evergreen trees and shrubs, brambles, woody vines, woody florist stock and herbaceous annuals and perennials, their roots, cuttings, grafts, scions, buds, fruit pits, seeds and plant parts thereof including any collected plants, for and capable of propagation.
GENERAL SHIPPING REQUIREMENTS
All shipments into New Hampshire must be accompanied by a valid authorized nursery inspection certificate affirming that the nursery stock is free of injurious plant pests or diseases. Certificates must include the names and addresses of the consignor and consignee.
NOXIOUS WEEDS
The following list of aquatic weeds is regulated by the Department of Environmental Services (RSA 487:15)
Butomous umbellate Flowering Rush

Cabomba caroliniana Fanwort

Egeria densa Brazilian elodea

Hydrilla verticillata Hydrilla

Hydrocharis morsus-ranae European Frogbit

Lythrum salicaria Purple loosestrife

Myriophyllum aquaticum Parrot Feather

Myriophyllum heterophyllum Variable Milfoil

Myriophyllum spicatum European Water-Milfoil

Najas minor European Naiad

Nymphoides peltata Yellow Floating Heart

Phragmites australis Common Reed

Potomogeton crispus Curly-leaf Pondweed

Trapa nutans Water Chestnut
The following list of upland terrestrial weeds is regulated by the Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food, Division of Plant Industry (RSA 430:55)

Acer platanoides Norway maple

Ailanthus altissima Tree of heaven

Alliaria petiolata Garlic mustard

Berberis thunbergii Japanese barberry

Berberis vulgaris European barberry

Celastrus orbiculatus Oriental bittersweet

Centaurea biebersteinii spotted knapweed

Cynanchum nigrum Black swallow-wort

Cynanchum rossicum Pale swallow-wort

Elaeagnus umbellate Autumn olive

Euonymus alatus Burning bush

Heracleum mantegazzianum Giant hogweed

Hesperis matronalis dame's rocket

Iris pseudacorus Water-flag iris

Lepidium latifolium perrenial pepperweed

Ligustrum obtusifolium Blunt-leaved privet

Lonicera x bella Showy bush honeysuckle

Lonicera japonica Japanese honeysuckle

Lonicera morrowii Morrow's honeysuckle

Lonicera tatarica Tatarian honeysuckle

Microstegium vimineum Japanese stilt grass

Polygonum cuspidatum Japanese knotweed

Polygonum perfoliatum mile-a- minute vine

Reynoutria x bohemica bohemia knotweed

Rhamnus cathartica Common buckthorn

Rhamnus frangula Glossy buckthorn

Rosa multiflora Multiflora rose
QUARANTINES OR ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS
HEMLOCK WOOLLY ADELGID QUARANTINE
PEST: Hemlock Woolly Adelgid (Adelges tsugae)
STATES REGULATED: AK, CA, CT, DE, GA, KY, MA, MD, ME, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OR, PA, RI, SC, TN, VA, VT, WA, WV.
MATERIALS REGULATED: Hemlock seedlings, nursery stock, logs, lumber with bark chips, and uncomposted bark.
RESTRICTIONS: All regulated articles and commodities having originated or previously been held in a quarantined area are prohibited entry into non-quarantined counties within NH (Coös, or Grafton) unless specifically authorized by the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food. Hemlock seedlings and nursery stock from non-quarantined areas shipped into non-quarantined counties within NH shall be accompanied by a state phytosanitary certificate, certificate of origin or other state-issued documentation. For more details on the quarantine (amended March 2014), and a list of quarantined counties, please refer to the website below:
http://agriculture.nh.gov/divisions/plant_industry/hemlock-woolly-adelgid.htm
WHITE PINE BLISTER RUST QUARANTINE
PEST: The fungus Cronartium ribicola which causes white pine blister rust.
STATES REGULATED: All
MATERIALS REGULATED: Plants of all species and varieties of Ribes.
RESTRICTIONS: Only the following species and varieties of currants and gooseberries shall be imported and planted:


  • Black Currant: “Crandall”, “Willoughby”

  • Red Currant: “Rondom”

  • White Currant: “White currant 1301”

  • Gooseberry and Gooseberry crosses: “Jahns Prairie”, “Captivator”, “Careless”, “Clark”, “Crown Bob”, “Downing”, “Howards Lancer”, “Sabine”, “Jostaberry”

Planting these varieties within New Hampshire shall be by permit approved by the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development, Division of Forests and Lands. For more information, please refer to the website below:


http://www.nhdfl.org/permits-and-applications/ribes-permits.aspx
EXTERIOR FIREWOOD QUARANTINE
PEST: Insects and diseases capable of being transported in firewood.
STATES REGULATED: All
MATERIALS REGULATED: Any untreated kindling, logs, timber, or other portions of a tree of any species or length, cut or split, or not cut or split but intended to be cut or split, into a form and size appropriate for use as fuel for fires in open pit, grill, fireplace, stove, or other wood burning furnaces or devices. Treated firewood must be certified by state or federal officials as heat-treated in a kiln to an interior wood temperature of 160 F for 75 minutes, and have contact information for the company, as well as standards used for heat treatment clearly marked on the label.
RESTRICTIONS: Untreated firewood shall not be imported into the State of New Hampshire from any other state, except as permitted below under a compliance agreement. Homeowners and firewood producers can obtain a compliance agreement from the NH Department of Agriculture, Markets & Food or the NH Department of Resources and Economic Development to import untreated firewood from the following areas:
Maine- Franklin, Oxford, Androscoggin, Cumberland, York

Vermont- All counties


http://agriculture.nh.gov/divisions/plant_industry/documents/exterior-firewood-quarantine.pdf


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