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  • I shall also mention that other airport activities conducted by CBPAI such as the inspection of Fruits and vegetables and Cut Flowers count on our laws/rules and taxonomic support to successfully regulate the imports. REFER to percentages in pie charts.
  • I shall also mention that other airport activities conducted by CBPAI such as the inspection of Fruits and vegetables and Cut Flowers count on our laws/rules and taxonomic support to successfully regulate the imports. REFER to percentages in pie charts.
  • I shall also mention that other airport activities conducted by CBPAI such as the inspection of Fruits and vegetables and Cut Flowers count on our laws/rules and taxonomic support to successfully regulate the imports. REFER to percentages in pie charts.
  • Now lets look at the Mimai Inspection Station a little closer.

Sistema de inspección, regulaciones y procedimientos para la importación de flores y productos agrícolas de Colombia. Sistema de inspección, regulaciones y procedimientos para la importación de flores y productos agrícolas de Colombia. Presentation Transcript

  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine USDA-APHIS-PPQ Sistema de Inspección, Regulaciones y ProcedimientosPara la importación de Flores y Productos Agrícolas de Colombia
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Bienvenidos Fernando E. Lenis Agrónomo / Entomólogo fernando.e.lenis@aphis.usda.gov
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Miami un Súper Puerto de Cuarentena Agrícola“La capital mundial de los cruceros " y “ La puerta de entrada de la Américas” Estadísticas anuales Arribo de barcos: 2,489 Tonelaje de cargo: 7.42 millones Trafico de pasajeros: 4.33 millones
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Puerto Marítimo “Port Everglades”Arribo de barcos: 4,079Tonelaje de cargo: 21.6 millonesVolumen de contenedores anual: 5.21 millonesde toneladasTrafico de pasajeros: 3.67 millionesImportante para el transporte de petroleoCruceros
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine El Aeropuerto Internacional de Miami UPS USDA/PPQFumigacion Aduana/CBPFRESCO LAN TAMPA ARROW AA
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine 2010-2011 US Importación de Perecederos
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine 2010-2011 US Flower Imports
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine 2010-2011 U.S. Frutas & Vegetales
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine El Puerto Marítimo de Miami
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine El Puerto Marítimo de Miami El Puerto de Miami contribuye mas de $17 billones y mas de 176 mil trabajos (directa o indirectamente) a la economía del Sur de la Florida.El Puerto de Port Everglades genera aproximadamente $14 billiones enactividad economica y alrededor de143,000 empleos en todo el Estado.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Puerto Marítimo de Miami Top 10 Import CommoditiesRango Producto Tons 1 Cargo NOS or FAK 2,545,981 2 Stone, Clay, Cement, Tile, Bricks, Concrete 838,182 3 Beverages (alcoholic): Beer, Wine, Spirits 155,664 4 Apparel and Other Finished Textiles 138,105 5 Fruits and Vegetables Refrigerated 126,403 6 Beverages (non-alcoholic) 76,021 7 Lumber and Wood: Plywood, Poles, Boards 62,682 8 Fabricated Wood Products 62,556 9 Iron, Steel, and Other Metal Products 57,459 10 Paper/Non-Printed Paper: Newspapers, Towel 42,304
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Puerto Maritime de Miami Top 10 Import Countries Rango Pais Tons 1 China 832,886 2 Italy 565,728 3 Hong Kong 438,479 4 Honduras 404,586 5 Brazil 396,835 6 Spain 369,788 7 Colombia 331,178 8 Netherlands 305,509 9 Dominican Republic 243,200 10 Guatemala 199,470
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineEsfuerzos para Excluir Plagas Cuarentenarias en el Puerto Marítimo de MiamiPuerto marítimo ( Productos de interés Agrícola) • Loza, Piedra, Arcilla, Cemento, Concreto 678,732 TONS • Frutas y Vegetales 339,946 TONS • 6 Madera procesada y en bruto 66,247 TONS Mas de 20,000 contenedores de lozapor año
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Quien es quien? El aeropuerto Int’l de Miami es el líder en la carga internacional de América latina y el Caribe, procesando el 83% de todas las importaciones, y el 81% de todas las exportaciones de estas regiones. consiste de:Flores Pescado Frutas Verduras Repuestos para automovil Ropa
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Miami Plant Inspection Station (MIS)
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine USDA Operación Marítima
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Actividades de Inspección Agrícola• Inspección de material propagativo.• Programa contra el contrabando e investigación (SITC)• Entreno de los especialista agrícolas (BAST)• Inspección de barcos en transito entre Hawaii y Puerto Rico.• Convenios con la industria para la destrucción de basura internacional.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine USDA-APHIS-PPQ Actividades de Inspección Agrícola• Servicio Taxonómico• Certificación de barcos para el tratamiento de fruta al frió.• Determinación de análisis de riesgo, vías de entrada, protocolos de muestreo etc.• Contacto y educación con otras agencias estatales y federales acerca de las regulaciones de APHIS.• Tratamientos cuarentenarios.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Certificación de exportaciones y CITES En el 2011 el departamento de exportación expidió: Certificados Fitosanitarios (PPQ-577) Certificados de exportación de productos agrícolas procesados (PPQ-578): 255 Certificados Fitosanitarios de re (PPQ-579): 10,117
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine En que se basa la Restricción de Productos?Plant Protection andQuarantine (PPQ)restringe los productos,basado en el riesgo deintroducción de insectos,enfermedades, malezas ocontaminación asociadascon los productosagrícolas y sus derivados.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Permisos de Importación- Material Propagativo Canadiense- Flores Ornamentales (Cortadas) con fruta- Permiso Departamental para Material Prohibido de Investigacion- Algodon- Permisos Generales para plantas CITES y ESA- Maiz Indio, y plantas relacionadas- Material Propagativo (incluyendo semillas)- Material de Post Entry- Arroz y materiales relacionados con el arroz- Caña de azucar y material relacionado con la caña de azucar- Permisos de Transito
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Es un permiso necesario para la importación de flores a los Estados Unidos?Efectivo Septiembre 25, 1997, USDA no requerirá permisospor escrito para la importación de flores de corte bajo laautoridad 7 CFR 319.74, a no ser que las flores tengan frutas oestén reguladas por CITES.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine El Proceso de Inspección Arrivo al puerto de entrada Sujeto a Inspeccion Destruir NO SI Retornar al pais de origen Retencion Solicitud para Inspeccion TratamientoLiberado Inspeccion Liberado Reune requisitos de SI entrada NO
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Inspección La intensidad de la inspección depende de el historial de riesgo y el tipo de material siendo inspeccionado.ALTO índice de intercepciones resultan en inspección mas intensiva.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Envíos aéreos y marítimos
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Contenedores marítimos/TEUs Verificación de sellos, B/L y numero de contenedor •Abiertos bajo supervisión de un oficial
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Contenedores marítimos/TEUs•Inspección del contenedory verificación de contenido
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Flores y Follaje Definición RegulatoriaFlores y Follaje son la parte dela planta incluyendo la florde corte y follaje (incluyendoramas o tallos y cualquier frutaque este con ellos) la cual seráutilizada para decoración oornamentación y la intenciónde su uso no es para comer opropagación.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Evitando Problemas ANTES de Exportar•Requieren permiso de importación?•Quien es responsable por obtener el permiso?•Son todas las flores permitidas?•Necesitan un Certificado Fitosanitario?•Necesitan Certificado de Origen?•Necesitan certificado CITES o ESA?•Necesitan tener marcado el país de origen?•A quien puedo contactar para verificar la admisibilidad a los Estados Unidos?
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Flores y Follaje – CITES-ESASE REQUIRE UN PERMISO GENERAL DELUSDA-APHIS-PPQ para artículos de corte cubiertopor CITES o ESA y importado por individuos ocompañías para negocio o comercio.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Exención◆ Flores frescas, frutas, ramas con fruta, y tallos para consumohumano o utilizados como hierbas son regulados como frutas yvegetales11 Ejemplo: flor de banano, callis de roselle,flor de calabaza.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Exención◆ Material de plantas procesado (descurtido, tratado química-mente, seco, o tenido)2 y artículos (decorativos oornamentales) manufacturados de plantas o productos deplantas, se regulan como Productos Misceláneos y Procesados.2 Ejemplo: conos, flores, frutas, racimos de frutas, hojas,raíces.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Proceso de Admisión1. Determinar si los artículos son admisibles o prohibidos2. Determinar si se debe inspeccionar o autorizar su movimiento - Desembarcadas en el primer puerto de llegada - Cargo residual destinado a otro puerto3. Revisar si se necesita un permiso de importación - Se requiere un permiso para flores cubiertas por CITES/ESA 4. Identificar el nivel de riesgo en el manual - Programa Nacional de Liberación Rápida - CFRP 5. Determinar el numero de muestras - Unidad de inspección - No. de muestras de cada unidad de inspección
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Paginas de Referencia en el Web• GRIN (banco de datos taxonómicos que identifican plantaslistadas en: CITES, ESA y como Malezas Federales Nocivas (FNW)http://www.ars-grin.gov/npgs/tax/2. Banco de datos de plantas parasiticashttp://www.omnisterra.com/bot/pp_home.cgi3. Banco de datos CITEShttp://www.cites.org/eng/resources/species.html4. Lista de Malezas Federales Nocivas (FNW)http://www.aphis.usda.gov/ppq/permits/fnwsbycat-e.PDF5. Lista de plantas protegidas por ESAhttp://ecos.fws.gov/tess_public/TESSWebpage
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Combinación de Flores y País para la liberación rápida
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine CFRP - Monitoreo• Inspección al azar.• Determinar cual es “la flor del dia”.• Si no hay flor del día programada el agente puede hacer lo siguiente: 1. Presentar todos los documentos necesarios a CBP-AI en el centro de operaciones. 2. Presentar todos los documentos necesarios a un oficial de CBP-AI en el deposito/aerolínea. Los documentos son sellados “RELEASED UNDER THE CUT FLOWER RELEASE PROGRAM”
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Que es considerado un Bouquet de Rosa? Son elegibles los envíos no comerciales?
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineProblemas comunes:•Falta de factura•Facturas que no declaran el producto•Falta de permiso/certificados•Producto prohibido•Discrepancia de cantidad•Muestras que no son presentadas•Problemas con las etiquetas•Facturas con descripción parcial de los BQTS, COMBOS•Flores con fruta y sin permisos•Facturas y Etiquetas que no concuerdan•Muestras pre-seleccionadas
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Solución a los problemasFacturas con descripción completa de cada tipode bouquet/follaje tropical etc.Cajas con etiquetas identificando cada bouquet yel nombre/numero de la finca.Facturas identificando cada finca de origen de lasflores.Cajas debidamente identificadas con el nombredel producto, finca y numero de guía.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Servicio de IdentificaciónEspecialistas localesSistema DigitalEspecialistas NacionalesSmithsonianUniversitiesBeltville (Centro deInvestigación)Miami – Heteroptera – Coleoptera
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Soporte Taxonómico Taxonomic Specialists 8 - Entomologists 2 - Pathologists 1 -Botanist1 -National 1-NationalColeoptera Thysanoptera Malacologist Nematologist CITES Specialist Specialist Specialist
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Servicio de identificación de plagas In FY 2011, ten Miami Specialists identified 43,934 specimens from CBP and PPQ activities in Miami and other ports i.e. baggage, air and sea cargo, domestic traps, Plant Inspection Stations, Mail etc.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Plaga Cuarentenaria Plagas Cuarentenarias son pestes de importancia economica que no ocurren en areas geograficas especificas, o que estan siendo oficialmentecontroladas en esa area. El determinar que una plaga es cuarentenaria, requiere que un analisis de riesgo sea conducido para identificar el daño que la plaga produce y pueda causar.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine INSPECTIONPEST FREE INTERCEPTION Pest interceptions and their Inspectors delayedRELEASE for next inspection impact at the port of entry. Inspections delayed HOLD Review paperwork Order segregation of commodity Issue a 523 Stamp invoices Seal commodity Contact OPS Deliver EAN TRACK and pest 708 TRACK I II Data entry AQAS Print 309 & deliver pest to USDA
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineTRACK Interception dropped of at USDA TRACK I Interception Recorded II on local database Interceptions separated by taxonomic discipline Interceptions distributed to specialists Identification process started Unable to id locally Prepare pest for Urgent submission to SEL Lab Assistant/ Clerk/ Technician Enter update on AQAS Deliver package to Fed Ex Able to identify locally Results to support personnel Enter data into AQAS
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineTRACK I TRACK II. Contact CBP for results Infested.Pest Free Call pest ID Receive e-report NO ACTION ACTION Treatment Call for release available and seal YES No RELEASE Contact Fumig. Call CBP seal Re-export Destroy Movement Deliver Contact Contact CBP to Incineration safeguarding Fumigation Co. Contact CBP*Track II does not include all steps involved in the process. It is used in this form to safeguarding illustrate the chain reaction of activities when a pest is found.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Sistema de Análisis de RiesgoNivel 1. Determinar si el organismo escuarentenario. Este proceso categoriza si una taxaes o no es de significacion cuarentenaria para losEstados Unidos (reune la definicion internacional deplaga cuarentenaria) considerando la distribuciongeografica conocida y el impacto economico yambiental esperado. Si la biologia de la taxa espoco conocida, nosotros extrapolamos informacionde taxa relacionada. Este sistema sencillo nospermite tomar decisiones rapidas de acuerdo aarreglos internacionales de comercio.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Opciones de mitigación de plagas NAP Fumigación Incineración Re exportación Fumigación al Vacio
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine PPQ MIAMI FUMIGATION DIVISION
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineFumigaciones en Miami FY 2008-2011
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineNumero de Cargamentos Fumigados en toda la Nación FY 2011
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Área de Fumigación en MIA
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Fumigando Contenedores - NAP
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Fumigación de Contenedores
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Termite Doctor
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Carga en TransitoBasicamente el transito de flores/plantas y otra carga regulada espermitido bajo la responsabilidad dela aerolinea que le transporta. Laaerolinea tiene que aplicar yobtener un permiso de transito enMiami. El permiso tambien sepuede obtener para otros productosrestringidos “de caso en caso”. Laaerolinea tiene que contactarnosantes de aceptar y transportarenvios en transito para obtenerlos permisos con anticipacion.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Plagas en Flores
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineFlores de Mayor Intercepciones por Volumen Importado FY 2011 Producto Tallos % Infestado Bouquet, Mixed 599,122,125 2.84 Dianthus 365,136,608 1.09 Chrysanthemum (pom-pon) 291,711,592 2.28 Alstroemeria 234,526,649 1.28 Dianthus (mini) 195,424,096 0.21 Chrysanthemum 123,197,258 2.66 Hydrangea 84,625,390 0.66 Rosa 931,342,555 1.10 Gerbera 36,045,494 2.70 Bouquet, Rose 214,626,736 4.55
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineFlores de Mayor Intercepciones por Volumen Importado FY 2012 Producto Tallos % InfestadoBouquet, Mixed 342,125,541 0.63Dianthus 191,479,453 0.37Chrysanthemum (pom-pon) 173,238,868 0.66Alstroemeria 128,012,892 1.55Dianthus (mini) 106,593,779 0.18Chrysanthemum 64,714,599 2.23Hydrangea 41,092,333 1.12Rosa 465,380,605 0.56Gerbera 16,693,532 0.65Bouquet, Rose 127,384,871 0.63
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Porcentaje de Infestación Flor FY 2011 FY 2012*Bouquet, Mixed 2.84 0.63Dianthus 1.09 0.37Chrysanthemum (pom-pon) 2.28 0.66Alstroemeria 1.28 1.55Dianthus (mini) 0.21 0.18Chrysanthemum 2.66 2.23Hydrangea 0.66 1.12Rosa 1.10 0.56Gerbera 2.70 0.65Bouquet, Rose 4.55 0.63* De Octubre 2011 a Marzo 30, 2012
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Flores de Mayor Porcentaje de Infestación FY 2011 Producto Tallos % InfestadoAnastatica 11,322 93.62Anemone 2,075 79.52Bromelia 640 68.75Adenanthos 310 32.26Myrica 235 31.91Hortensia 1,944 26.39Trachelium 34,055 25.90Dendranthema 1,183,677 21.76Oncidium 1,838 17.41Ananas 67,002 5.67
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Flores de Mayor Porcentaje de Infestación FY 2012 Producto Tallos % Infestado Anastatica 5,964 42.76 Pinus 923 32.50 Bouquet, Carnation 376,618 24.54 Papyrus 420 23.81 Bromelia 1,460 20.55 Cyperus 80,669 19.44 Dendranthema 523,032 16.39 Matthiola 21,404 13.08 Ammi 8,375 9.55 Musa 2,209 9.05
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Flores de Mayor Porcentaje de Infestación FY 2012 Producto Tallos % Infestado Anastatica 5,964 42.76 Pinus 923 32.50 Bouquet, Carnation 376,618 24.54 Papyrus 420 23.81 Bromelia 1,460 20.55 Cyperus 80,669 19.44 Dendranthema 523,032 16.39 Matthiola 21,404 13.08 Ammi 8,375 9.55 Musa 2,209 9.05
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Porcentaje de infestación Flor FY 2011 FY 2012*Anastatica 93.62 42.76Pinus 79.52 32.50Bouquet, Carnation 68.75 24.54Papyrus 32.26 23.81Bromelia 31.91 20.55Cyperus 26.39 19.44Dendranthema 25.90 16.39Matthiola 21.76 13.08Ammi 17.41 9.55Musa 5.67 9.05* De Octubre 2011 a Marzo 30, 2012
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Flores de Mayor Intercepciones por Volumen Importado FY 2011 – FY 2012* Numero de Intercepciones*FY 2012 Oct – April1,2012
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Flores de Mayor Intercepciones por Volumen Importado FY 2011 – FY 2012* Numero de Intercepciones*FY 2012 Oct – April1,2012
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Noctuidae sp.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine New pest 6 Thripidae, species of 6 Agromyzidae, species of 6 Lepidoptera, species of 4 Tetranychus sp. (Tetranychidae) 3 Ancognatha scarabaeoides Erichson (Scarabaeidae) 3 Tortricidae, species of 3 Miridae, species of 3 Cecidomyiidae, species of 3 Empoasca sp. (Cicadellidae) 2 Alternaria alstroemeriae E.G. Simmons & C.F. Hill (Hyphomycetes) 2 Thrips sp. (Thripidae) 2 Spodoptera sp. (Noctuidae) 1 Hesperiidae, species of 1 Epitrix sp. (Chrysomelidae) 1 Calidivitrina sp. (Vitrinidae) 1 Sennius sp. (Bruchidae) 1 Bruchinae, species of (Chrysomelidae) 1 Tetranychidae, species of 1 Copitarsia decolora (Guenee) (Noctuidae) 1 Cornu aspersum (Müller) (Helicidae) 1 Lymantriidae, species of 1 Nysius sp. (Lygaeidae) 1 Tortricinae, species of (Tortricidae) 1 Plusiinae, species of (Noctuidae) 1 Pseudococcidae, species of 1
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineCopitarsia sp. (Noctuidae)Epitrix sp. (Chrysomelidae) Copitarsia decolora (Noctuidae) Neohydatothrips samayunkurThrips palmi Karny (Thripidae) (Thripidae)Aleyrodinae, sp of (Aleyrodidae) Chaetocnema sp. (Chrysomelidae)Neohydatothrips sp. (Thripidae) Empoasca sp. (Cicadellidae)Xestocephalus sp. (Cicadellidae) Oxycarenus hyalinipennis (Oxycarenidae)Delphacidae, sp of Actinote SP. (Nymphalidae)Liriomyza sp. (Agromyzidae) Phlaeothripidae, sp ofNysius sp. (Lygaeidae) Thripidae, sp ofChalcidoidea, sp of Gargaphia sp. (Tingidae)Plusiinae, sp of (Noctuidae) Thysanoptera, sp ofPseudococcidae, sp of Proba vittiscutis Satl (Miridae)Miridae, sp of Chrysomelidae, sp ofTineidae, sp of Geometridae, sp ofTettigoniidae, sp of Tetranychidae, sp ofCrambidae, sp of
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and QuarantineCopitarsia sp. (Noctuidae)Epitrix sp. (Chrysomelidae) Copitarsia decolora (Noctuidae) Neohydatothrips samayunkurThrips palmi Karny (Thripidae) (Thripidae)Aleyrodinae, sp of (Aleyrodidae) Chaetocnema sp. (Chrysomelidae)Neohydatothrips sp. (Thripidae) Empoasca sp. (Cicadellidae)Xestocephalus sp. (Cicadellidae) Oxycarenus hyalinipennis (Oxycarenidae)Delphacidae, sp of Actinote SP. (Nymphalidae)Liriomyza sp. (Agromyzidae) Phlaeothripidae, sp ofNysius sp. (Lygaeidae) Thripidae, sp ofChalcidoidea, sp of Gargaphia sp. (Tingidae)Plusiinae, sp of (Noctuidae) Thysanoptera, sp ofPseudococcidae, sp of Proba vittiscutis Satl (Miridae)Miridae, sp of Chrysomelidae, sp ofTineidae, sp of Geometridae, sp ofTettigoniidae, sp of Tetranychidae, sp ofCrambidae, sp of
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Liriomyza huidobrensis y L. trifoliiLos adultos son una mosquitas negras yamarillas muy pequeñas, brillantes, conun triangulo amarillo en el protórax.L. huidobrensis es mas mas grande ynegra que L. trofolii la cual es masamarilla. La especie puede serdiferenciada por la coloración alrededordel ojo. El ojo de L.huidobrensis estacasi totalmente rodeado de negro. El ojode L. trifolii esta rodeado de amarillo consolo un poquito de negro detrás de este.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Noctuidae sp.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Liriomyza huidobrensis y L. trifoliiLos adultos son una mosquitas negras yamarillas muy pequeñas, brillantes, conun triangulo amarillo en el protórax.L. huidobrensis es mas mas grande ynegra que L. trofolii la cual es masamarilla. La especie puede serdiferenciada por la coloración alrededordel ojo. El ojo de L.huidobrensis estacasi totalmente rodeado de negro. El ojode L. trifolii esta rodeado de amarillo consolo un poquito de negro detrás de este.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Miridae sp. Noctuidae sp.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Ancognatha scarabaeoides Copitarsia sp.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Noctuidae sp. Miridae sp.
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine Copitarsia sp. Noctuidae sp.
  • United States Department of Agriculture Animal States Department of Agriculture United and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantine Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service Plant Protection and Quarantinehttp://www.aphis.usda.gov/about_aphis/programs_offices/plant_protection/index.shtml
  • United States Department of AgricultureAnimal States Department of AgricultureUnited and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and QuarantineAnimal and Plant Health Inspection ServicePlant Protection and Quarantine En nombre del Departamento de Agricultura de los Estados Unidos Muchas Gracias Esta Presentación fue creada por Fernando E. Lenis USDA-APHIS-PPQ