The Russian Animal and Plant Administration reported the results of quarantine pest sampling of imported plant products
By: Date: 2022-07-29 Categories: foodwarning Tags: ,
Food partner online news On July 28, the veterinary and Plant Health Supervision Bureau of the Russian Federation detected 15 quarantine pests in 90 high-risk plant products imported into Russia from July 18 to 24, 2022. The reference information is as follows:
 
Bacterial angular spot of pumpkin:1 case;
 
Tomato Brown rugose fruit virus:4 cases;
 
Tomato spotted wilt virus:1 case;
 
Zebra virus:1 case;
 
Callosobruchus spp.:6 cases;
 
Cuscuta spp.:5 cases;
 
Frankliniella schultzei (Trybom):1 case;
 
American Australian Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (MoNilinia fruticola (winter) honey):9 cases;
 
Carposina sasakii Matsumura:1 case;
 
Puccinia horana henn.:3 cases;
 
Grapholitha molesta (busck):23 cases;
 
Ipomoea lacunosa L.:1 case;
 
South American tomato moth (TUTA absoluta (Meyrick)):3 cases;
 
Mediterranean fruit fly (ceratis capitata (Wiedemann)):7 cases;
 
California western flower thrips( калифорнийский) трипс (Frankliniella occidentalis PERG):24 cases.
 
In order to prevent the infected high-risk plant products from harming Russian agriculture, illegal products are prohibited from entering Russia.