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Cutting quarantine??

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Eric Estrada:
Hi gardening peeps, Iím hoping to sell pomegranate cuttings on the sales section of the forum. Iím in California. Will I have any issues sending to certain states? Any info helps as itíll be my first time selling. Thanks  8)

K-Rimes:
The only one that I believe has quarantine restrictions is Arizona but I believe that is just related to plants with soil? You're just sending "sticks", could be anything.

Galatians522:
To do it strictly by the book you would need to get a phyto sanitary certificate. You can probably find out more from the California Department of Agriculture.

nattyfroootz:
You likely won't have any issues on the California end although if you did it at large enough quantity you'd want a nursery permit and the permits to ship to states that have ag restrictions. (Snail master permit, Sudden Oak Death, etc.) but not really necessary if you are doing small amounts.  I had a package get abducted by the USDA in Missouri even though I had permits, no idea what happened there. Super weird. Otherwise it's pretty easy shipping plants around with no permits.

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