Recently, Huangpu, Dalian, Nanning, and Shenzhen Customs successively detected Leptosphaeria maculans, Pseudomonas syringae pv. Maculicola, and Avena ludoviciana Durien from imported Canadian rapeseed. ), genus of non-China species (Xanthium sp.), Amaranthus palmeri S. Watson, and other quarantine pests.
In order to prevent the introduction of harmful organisms, according to the “People’s Republic of China Entry and Exit Animal and Plant Quarantine Law” and its implementation regulations, “Inbound and Outbound Grain Inspection and Quarantine Supervision and Management Measures” and other relevant regulations, the General Administration of Customs has revoked the serious problem of Richardson International Limited of Canada. Registration of its related companies, suspension of its rapeseed imports, and notification to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.
In order to protect China’s agricultural production and ecological security, according to the “Regulations on Early Warning and Rapid Response Management of Entry-Exit Inspection and Quarantine”, a warning notice to strengthen the quarantine of imported Canadian canola seeds is issued: