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  Moving from Massachusetts to Florida
From: Kirk Martin <kwmartin at earthlink.net> on 1969.12.31 at 16:00:00(15940)
Hello,

Moving to Gainesville Florida in August. I read that an certificate of inspection is required
to move plants across the border? I'm planning to move a number of carnivorous plants (Sarracenia, Nepenthes and a few odds and ends (Amorphophallus and Geotropus also).

Does anyone have any advice on what to do or not to do to safely bring plants along and not get stopped/detained/locked-away. I already know citrus plants and dogwoods are a no-no.

Thanks,

Kirk Martin

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From: "Sherry Gates" <TheTropix at msn.com> on 2007.07.05 at 14:41:45(15946)
Hi Kirk and everyone,
Maybe the best place to start for the inspection information would
be your local Agriculture Extension office.

Best of luck on your move!

Sherry

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From: "Lisa Tetzlaff" <rylaff at cox.net> on 2007.07.06 at 04:42:26(15952)
Well, you are correct. Here is the info straight from the Division.

http://www.doacs.state.fl.us/pi/plantinsp/pi_reg_summary.html
Lisa

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From: don7T1 at webtv.net on 2007.07.06 at 12:43:27(15956)
I would suggest that you MAIL them to yourself--Don

Have A Great Day !!! TakeCare...

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From: "Lisa Tetzlaff" <rylaff at cox.net> on 2007.07.07 at 05:27:09(15957)
NOt a bad idea at all.
Lisa

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