Oregon Quarantine and Pest Information

Oregon Grape Quarantine

The Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) updated its grape quarantine rules in 2010 and added vine mealybug and the European grapevine moth to the already listed grapevine fanleaf virus, grapevine leafroll associated viruses, corky bark and phylloxera. The quarantine places restrictions on the importation of all parts of the grapevine into Oregonincluding the harvested fruit.  The ODA has provided a letter for use by Oregon winemakers in communicating the requirements of the quarantine to California winegrowers prior to importing grapes.

Oregon and Washington Grape Compliance Agreement

Just prior to harvest in 2010 the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and Washington State Agriculture Department (WSDA) officials signed an agreement allowing harvested grapes to be imported into Oregon without the accompanying phystosanitary certificate stipulated in the above mentioned Oregon Grape Quarantine. All other grapevine plant parts however, must adhere to the Oregon Grape Quarantine.

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