posting seeds to USA

Steven Hart
Tue, 07 Mar 2017 12:32:51 PST
That is the correct procedure for Australia ! 

DAFF AQIS ICON Search data base gives a list of botanical names that are either allowed or not & any specific Spp requirements. 
We do require endangered specials permits for some Spp & all requirements are listed. 
For all allowed seeds you only need to list botanical name & number of seeds on individual packets & seeds be free of any fruiting husk. 

To anyone who thinks it's a good idea to mark seeds as something else like research material etc. if not declared as seeds it is a breach of customs law & your seeds will often be destroyed.

Steven Hart 
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> On 8 Mar 2017, at 12:43 am, JANET MILLER <> wrote:
> When I send iris seeds to America/Canada/Australia etc all I do is stick on a customs declaration label, make sure that everything is correctly labelled then post as 
> usual via Royal Mail large letter post. 
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