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§ 3591.11. Caribbean Fruit Fly Eradication Area.

3 CA ADC § 3591.11BARCLAYS OFFICIAL CALIFORNIA CODE OF REGULATIONS

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Title 3. Food and Agriculture
Division 4. Plant Industry
Chapter 3. Entomology and Plant Quarantine
Subchapter 5. Insect Pest Control
Article 2. Pest Eradication Areas
3 CCR § 3591.11
§ 3591.11. Caribbean Fruit Fly Eradication Area.
(a) Proclamation of Eradication Area. All of the Counties of Los Angeles, Santa Clara, and Ventura in the State of California within which the Caribbean fruit fly, (Anastrepha suspensa), is known to exist, are hereby proclaimed to be an eradication area with respect to said pest. As such, it is amenable to the provisions of Article 4 (sections 5761, 5762, 5763 and 5764) of Chapter 8, Part 1, Division 4 of the Food and Agricultural Code of California.
(b) Hosts. Fruit and soil under the drip line, whether in the ground or in a container, of the canopy of the plants:
Common Name
Botanical Name
Akee
Blighia sapida
Allspice
Pimenta dioica
Ambarella
Spondias cytherea
Atemoya
Annona cherimola X A. squamosa
Apple
Malus sylvestris, Malus domestica
Malus spp.
Autumn Maple Tree
Bischofia javanica
Avocado, except
Persea americana
commercial fruit
Balsam Apple
Momordica balsamina
Barbados Cherry
Malpighia glabra
Bell Pepper, except
Capsicum frutescens and
commercial fruit
Capsicum annuum
Birchberry
Eugenia ligustrina
Blackberry
Rubus hybrid
Box Orange
Severinia buxifolia
Brazil Cherry
Eugenia dombeyi
Cabeluda
Plinia glomerata
Calabur
Muntingia calabura
Calamondin
X Citrofortunella mitis
Carambola
Averrhoa carambola
Ceylon Gooseberry
Dovyalis hebecarpa
Cherry of the
Eugenia aggregata
Rio Grande
Clementine
Citrus reticulata
Cocoplum
Chrysolbalanus icaco
Custard Apple, Sugar Apple
Annona squamosa, Annona reticulata
Egg Fruit
Pouteria campechiana
Date Palm
Phoenix dactylifera
Fig
Ficus carica
Garcinia aristata
Garcinia aristata
Garcinia
Garcinia spp.
Governor's Plum
Flacourtia indica
Grapefruit
Citrus paradisi
Grumichama
Eugenia brasiliensis
Guava (all)
Psidium spp.
Guiana Plum
Drypetes lateriflora
Hog Plum
Spondias mombin
Imbe
Garcinia livingstonei
Jaboticaba
Myrciaria cauliflora
Jack Orangequat
Citrus nobilis 'unshu' x Fortunella sp.
Jambolan Plum
Syzygium cumini
Jamboisier Rouge
Eugenia pyriformis Cambess.
var.uvalha
Japanese Pear
Pyrus pyrifolia
Japanese Persimmon
Diospyros kaki
Java Apple
Syzygium samarangense
Kei Apple
Dovyalis caffra
Kieffer Pear
Pyrus pyrifolia x Pyrus communis
Kiwi
Actinidia chinensis
Kumquat
Fortunella crassifolia
Fortunella spp.
Kumquat (oval)
Fortunella margarita
Kumquat (round)
Fortunella japonica
Kumquat, Meiwa
Fortunella X crassifolia
Lime
Citrus aurantifolia
Limeberry
Triphasia trifolia
Limequat
X Citrofortunella floridana
Longan, except
Dimocarpus longan
commercial fruit
Loquat
Eriobotrya japonica
Lychee, except
Litchi chinensis
commercial fruit
Malay Apple
Syzygium lalaccense
Mandarin
Citrus reticulata
Mango
Mangifera indica
Mangosteen
Garcinia mangostana
Miracle Fruit
Synsepalum dulcificum
Mombin, Purple
Spondias purpurea
Mombin
Spondias spp.
Murraya
Murraya spp.
Natal Plum
Carissa grandiflora,
Carissa macrocarpa
Nectarine
Prunus persica
Orange
Citrus sinensis
Orange Jasmine
Murraya paniculata
Otaheite Apple
Spondias dulcis (=S. cytherea)
Panama Orange
Citrofortunella mitis
Papaya
C arica papaya
Paradise Apple
Malus pumila
Peach
Prunus persica
Pear
Pyrus communis
Persimmon
Diospyros virginiana
Pitomba
Eugenia luschnathiana
Plum
Prunus domestica
Plum, Japanese
Prunus salicina
Pomegranate
Punica granatum
Pond Apple
Annona glabra
Pummelo
Citrus maxima
Rangpur Lime
Citrus limonia
Raspberry
Rubus idaeus
Rose Apple
Syzygium jambos
Sapodilla
Manilkara zapota, Achras zapota
Satinleaf, Damson-plum
Chrysophyllum oliviforme
Sea-grape
Coccoloba uvifera
Shaddock
Citrus grandis
Snowflake Aralia
Trevesia palmata
Sour Orange
Citrus aurantium
Star Apple
Chrysophyllum cainito
Sugar Apple
Annona squamosa
Surinam Cherry
Eugenia uniflora
Sweet Lemon
Citrus limetta
Sweet Orange
Citrus sinensis
Syzygium
Syzygium spp.
Tangelo
Citrus paradisi x Citrus reticulata
Tangerine
Citrus reticulata Blanco
Temple Orange
Citrus sinensis x Citrus reticulata
Tomato, except
Lycopersicon esculentum (L.
commercial fruit
lycopersicum)
Triphasia
Triphasia spp.
Tropical Almond
Terminalia catappa
Velvet Apple or Velvet
Diospyros blancoi
Persimmon
Wampi
Clausena lansium
White Sapote
Casimiroa edulis
Wild Balsam Apple
Momordica charantia
Wild Cinnamon
Canella winteriana
Wild Coffee
Casearia hirsuta
Wild Dilly
Manilkara jaimiqui ssp. emarginata
Annona hybrid
Atalantia citriodes
Eugenia coronata
Eugenia ligustrina
Eugenia spp.
Ficus altissima
Garcinia xanthochymus
Manilkara roxburghiana
Myrcianthes fragrans
Myrciaria glomerata
Pseudanamomis umbellulifera
Rheedia aristata
Terminalia muelleri
Trevisia palmata
(c) Means and Methods. The following means and methods may be used in the eradication and control of said pest in said area.
(1) The use of insecticides, chemicals, or other materials as spray (including soil spray treatments), dust, bait, or in any other form as often as necessary to effect control or eradication.
(2) The removal and destruction of hosts and of the fruit of such hosts if such action is the only practical way of eliminating the infestation.
(3) The search for all stages of Caribbean fruit fly by visual inspection, the use of traps, or any other means.
(4) The removal and destruction of abandoned or unwanted plants bearing or capable of bearing hosts.
(5) The importation, rearing, liberation, and fostering of parasites and predators which attack the fly.
(6) The importation, rearing, or liberation of sterile forms of the Caribbean fruit fly.
Note: Authority cited: Sections 407 and 5322, Food and Agricultural Code. Reference: Sections 5761, 5762, 5763 and 5764, Food and Agricultural Code.
HISTORY
1. New section filed 9-12-2013 as an emergency; operative 9-12-2013 (Register 2013, No. 37). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 3-11-2014 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day. For prior history, see Register 84, No. 48.
2. Certificate of Compliance as to 9-12-2013 order transmitted to OAL 1-7-2014 and filed 1-23-2014 (Register 2014, No. 4).
3. Amendment of subsection (a) filed 11-3-2014 as an emergency; operative 11-3-2014 (Register 2014, No. 45). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 5-4-2015 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
4. Certificate of Compliance as to 11-3-2014 order transmitted to OAL 4-30-2015 and filed 6-2-2015 (Register 2015, No. 23).
5. Amendment of subsection (a) filed 9-29-2021 as an emergency; operative 9-29-2021 (Register 2021, No. 40). A Certificate of Compliance must be transmitted to OAL by 3-28-2022 or emergency language will be repealed by operation of law on the following day.
This database is current through 11/12/21 Register 2021, No. 46
3 CCR § 3591.11, 3 CA ADC § 3591.11
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