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nana7b

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WTB/WTT Flying Dragon seedlings.
« on: December 31, 2017, 02:28:00 PM »
I have several fig varieties and Che mulberry cuttings if you are interested in trading.

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Re: WTB/WTT Flying Dragon seedlings.
« Reply #1 on: December 31, 2017, 09:21:57 PM »
nana7b, you will have to find a trade for the Flying Dragon tree you want from ONLY people within the state of Texas.  It is illegal to ship any part of citrus into Texas from anywhere outside of the state of Texas.  See below:

TITLE 4. AGRICULTURE
Part I. Texas Department of Agriculture
Chapter 5. Quarantines
Citrus Seed, Citrus Budwood, and Citrus Nursery Stock Quarantine
4 TAC sec.5.152, sec.5.153
The Texas Department of Agriculture proposes amendments to sec.5.152 and
sec.5.153, concerning restricted shipments of Citrus Seed, Citrus Budwood, and
Citrus Nursery Stock. The department proposes amendments sec.5.152 and sec.5.153
to include the State of California. Currently, citrus seeds, citrus budded
nursery stock or seedlings, citrus budwood, or any part of any citrus tree or
seedling may not be shipped, carried, or in any way transported by any means
into the State of Texas. Florida is the only state allowed to ship into this
state under certain conditions. It is necessary to amend the restricted shipment
section and the restrictions on citrus seed shipment section to include
California as a state from which citrus products may be imported because
California is a disease-free source of certified citrus budwood and citrus seed
for Texas producers. 

 

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Re: WTB/WTT Flying Dragon seedlings.
« Reply #2 on: January 03, 2018, 07:05:00 AM »
Thank you for clarifying Millet.

 

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