National Plant Board Statement on e-Commerce.
List of State Statutes Pertaining to Genetically Engineered Plants & Plants Pests.

The U.S. Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service, Plant Protection and Quarantine Program (USDA APHIS PPQ) and the plant health agencies in each of the 50 states, regulate the shipment of nursery and greenhouse stock in an effort to minimize the spread of harmful insects, diseases, and other pests. The Federal & State Quarantine Summaries is designed as a reference tool for nursery stock growers, brokers, purchasers, and others involved in the buying selling, and interstate transport of nursery and greenhouse plant crops… MORE >

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State Current as of: Word PDF
AL November 2015 msword.gifWord pdflogo.gifPDF
AK March 2016 msword.gifWord pdflogo.gifPDF
AR July 2013 Word PDF
AZ March 2014 Word PDF
CA August 2015 Word PDF
CO March 2015 Word PDF
CT March 2016 Word PDF
DE August 2015 Word PDF
FL August 2015 Word PDF
GA November 2013 Word PDF
HI September 2009 Word PDF
IA June 2014 Word PDF
ID April 2016 Word PDF
IL March 2014 Word PDF
IN April 2012 Word PDF
KY August 2015 Word PDF
KS March 2014 Word PDF
LA January 2016 Word PDF
MA April 2016 Word PDF
MD June 2015 Word PDF
ME August 2014 Word PDF
MI May 2015 Word PDF
MN December 2012 Word PDF
MO September 2014 Word PDF
MS June 2014 Word PDF
MT April 2016 Word PDF
NC March 2016 Word PDF
ND March 2016 Word PDF
NE March 2014 Word PDF
NH June 2015 Word PDF
NJ August 2015 Word PDF
NM August 2014 Word PDF
NY April 2014 Word PDF
NV May 2015 Word PDF
OH May 2014 Word PDF
OK August 2015 Word PDF
OR April 2014 Word PDF
PA March 2016 Word PDF
PR November 2008 Word PDF
RI February 2015 Word PDF
SC March 2011 Word PDF
SD August 2015 Word PDF
TN November 2013 Word PDF
TX August 2015 Word PDF
UT March 2014 Word PDF
VT April 2014 Word PDF
VA March 2016 Word PDF
WA January 2015 Word PDF
WI August 2014 Word PDF
WV August 2015 Word PDF
WY August 2015 Word PDF
The following links to non-NPB member laws and regulations are provided for your convenience. More information may be available by contacting these entities directly:
USDA Plant Pest Program Information
Guam Plant and Non-Domestic Animal Quarantine Regulations