Control: Plant Health Regulation
National and international trade in horticultural produce and planting material carries with it the risks of disseminating pathogens. Control of these risks by using plant health regulation is attempted by domestic legislation and international co-operation. The latter is fostered under an International Plant Protection Convention of 1951. Three forms of plant health regulation are described in this chapter, which although they are treated separately, are in practice closely interrelated.
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