301.85 GOLDEN NEMATODE

Federal Domestic Quarantine

 

A. Pest. Golden nematode, Globodera rostochiensis (=Heterodera rostochiensis).

 

B. Regulated Areas. See 301.85-2a.

 

C. Regulated Articles.

 

1. Soil, compost, humus, muck, peat, and decomposed manure, separately or with other things.

 

2. Plants with roots, except soil-free aquatic plants.

 

3. Grass sod.

 

4. Plant crowns and roots for propagation.

 

5. True bulbs, corms, rhizomes, and tubers of ornamental plants.

 

6. Irish potatoes and other root crops.

 

7. Small grains and soybeans.

 

8. Hay, straw, fodder, and plant litter of any kind.

 

9. Ear corn, except shucked ear corn.

 

10. Used crates, boxes, and burlap bags, and other used farm products containers.

 

11. Used farm tools.

 

12. Used mechanized cultivating and used harvesting machinery.

 

13. Used mechanized soil-moving equipment.

 

14. Any other products, articles, or means of conveyance, of any character whatsoever when it is determined by an inspector that they present a hazard of spread of golden nematode and the person in possession thereof has been so notified.

 

D. Restrictions.

 

1.        Certificate or Permit Required. Unless exempted in 301.85-2b, any regulated article in subsection (C) above which is moved interstate from any regulated area described in 301.85-2a must be accompanied by a Federal certificate, limited permit, or restricted destination permit.

 

2.        Attachment and Disposition of Certificates or Permits. Every container or, if there is none, the regulated article itself, shall have a certificate, limited permit, or restricted destination permit securely attached to the outside thereof when offered for movement from a regulated area, except, that when the regulated article is adequately described on a certificate or permit attached to the waybill or other shipping document, the attachment of a certificate or permit to each container or the article itself is not required.

 

In all cases, certificates or permits must be furnished by the carrier to the consignee at destination of the shipment.

 

3.        Issuance of Certificates. Certificates may be issued for movement of restricted articles that are eligible for certification to any destination under all Federal domestic plant quarantines applicable to such articles.

 

4.        Issuance of Limited Permits. Limited permits may be issued for movement of restricted articles, not eligible for certification for golden nematode, to specified destinations for limited handling, utilization, or processing, or for treatment in accordance with the Federal treatment manual, when the requirements of other applicable Federal domestic quarantines have been met.

 

5.        Issuance of Restricted Destination Permits. Restricted destination permits may be issued for movement of restricted articles to any destination permitted under all applicable Federal domestic plant quarantines (for other than scientific purposes) if such articles are not eligible for certification under all such quarantines, but would otherwise qualify for certification for golden nematode.

 

6.        Issuance of Scientific Permits. Scientific permits may be issued by the Director, Plant Pest Control Division, for interstate movement of regulated articles for scientific purposes under conditions prescribed in each specific case by the Director.

 

7.        Articles Originating Outside of Regulated Areas. No certificate or permit is required for movement of regulated articles originating outside of the regulated areas and moving through or reshipped from a regulated area when the point of origin is clearly indicated, their identity has been maintained, and they have been safeguarded against infestation while in the regulated area.

 

8.        Movement of Live Golden Nematodes. Live golden nematodes are prohibited movement interstate except under permit from the Director, Plant Pest Control Division, and the permit must be attached to the outside of the container. The arrival of any such shipment should be immediately reported to the California Department of Food and Agriculture, Sacramento.

 

E. Disposition. Restricted articles arriving in violation of this quarantine should be refused admittance into California under authority of and in accordance with Sections 6301, and 6521 to 6524, inclusive, Agricultural Code, at the option and expense of the owner.

 

301.85-2a REGULATED AREAS

 

The following areas of the State of New York are designated as regulated areas:

 

1. Generally infested area:

 

Cayuga County.

The area in the town of Mentz

That portion of land in the town of Mentz, which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on Thompson Road, marked by latitude/longitude coordinates: 43.0361, -76.6506 then West to 43.0356, -76.6580, then North to 43.0363, -76.6580, then West to 43.0363, -76.6595, then South to 43.0355, -76.6594, then West to 43.0355, -76.6614, then North to 43.0378, 76.6630, then West to 43.0377, -76.6654, then South to 43.0324, -76.6654, then West to 43.0324, -76.6665 on Tow Path Road, continuing South on Tow Path Road to 43.0301, -76.6668, then Southeast on Tow Path Road to 43.0291, -76.6608, then Northeast on Tow Path Road to 43.0308, -76.6593, then North to 43.0310, -76.6594, continuing Northeast to 43.0334, -76.6545, then North to 43.0351, -76.6547, continuing East to Thompson Road 43.0353, -76.6506, then North on Thompson Road to Beginning point.

Nassau County. The entire county.

 

Orleans County. The towns of Barre and Clarendon.

 

Seneca County.

The area in the town of Tyre

That portion of land in the town of Tyre which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on west side of Crusoe Creek , marked by latitude/longitude coordinates: 43.0165, 76.7320, then West to 43.0196, -76.7400, then South to 43.0179,

-76.7405, then West to 43.0189, -76.7471, then South to 43.0150, -76.7488, then East to 43.0147, -76.7469, then South to 43.0114,

-76.7479, then East to 43.0092, -76.7384, then South to 43.0058, -76.7376, continuing East to Crusoe Creek at 43.0080, -76.7298, then North along Crusoe Creek to beginning point.

Steuben County.

The area in the towns of Prattsburgh and Wheeler

Town of Prattsburgh

(A) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection of Butts Road and GPS coordinates 42.51526, -77.34065 then west to coordinates 42.515, -77.34183, then southwest to coordinates 42.514187, -77.343394 then north to coordinates 42.517449, -77.343369 then east to coordinates 42.51744, -77.34063 then south to beginning point at the intersection of Butts Road and GPS coordinates 42.51526, -77.34065.

(B) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection of Rosy Hill Road and GPS coordinates 42.5268, -77.34996 then southwest to coordinates 42.5257, -77.35164 then north to coordinates 42.52613, -77.35173, then northwest to coordinates 42.52618, -77.35613 then north to coordinates 42.53049, -77.35622 then northeast to coordinates 42.53116, -77.35543 then north to coordinates 42.53342, -77.35577 then east to coordinates 42.53342, -77.35577 then south to point at the intersection of Rosy Hill Road and GPS coordinates 42.5268, -77.34996.

(C) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection of Burke Road and GPS coordinates 42.565311, -77.342225 then southwest to coordinates 42.559387, -77.348188 then west to coordinates 42.559380, -77.348940 then north to coordinates 42.560299, 77.350111 then north to coordinates 42.565330,

-77.350083 then east to coordinates 42.565320, -77.347324 then south to coordinates 42.563879, -77.347732 then east to coordinates 42.563775, -77.346060, then north to coordinates 42.565308, -77.345554 then east to point at the intersection of Burke Road and GPS coordinates 42.565311, 77.342225.

(D) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at GPS coordinates 42.55212, -77.34029; then south to coordinates 42.54724, -77.34002; then west to coordinates 42.54719, -77.34591; then north to coordinates 42.5521, -77.34581, then east to beginning point at GPS coordinates 42.55212, -77.34029.

(E) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection of NY State Route 53 and GPS coordinates 42.50362, -77.28569 then east to coordinates 42.50342, -77.27982 then north to coordinates 42.507023, -77.279491 then west to coordinates 42.5073, 77.28597 then south to beginning point at intersection of NY State Route 53 and GPS coordinates 42.50362, -77.28569.

(F)That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point east of Fairgrounds road at GPS coordinates 42.54013, 77.27184 then east to coordinates 42.53909, -77.26995 then north to coordinates 42.54472, -77.26729 then west to coordinates 42.54473, -77.27235 then south to coordinates 42.54266, -77.274; then southeast to beginning point at coordinates 42.54013, -77.27184.

(G) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection Butts and Walker Roads at GPS coordinates 42.515065, -77.333373 then south along Walker Road to coordinates 42.505017, -77.341046 then west to coordinates 42.505031, -77.347189 then north to coordinates 42.507573, -77.346247 then northeast to coordinates 42.508127, 77.345860 then north to coordinates 42.509437, -77.344628 then northeast to coordinates 42.511963, -77.341544 then northwest to coordinates 42.512556, 77.341535 then north to coordinates 42.513617, -77.340663 then northwest to coordinates 42.514821, -77.340908 then north to coordinates 42.515139, -77.340667 then east to beginning point at intersection Butts and Walker Roads at GPS coordinates 42.515065, -77.333373.

(H) That portion of land in the town of Prattsburgh which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point at the intersection of Walker Road and GPS coordinates 42.504810, -77.341195 then south to intersection of Walker and Wraight Roads at coordinates ; 42.500415, -77.344465 then west to coordinates 42.500379, -77.346201 then northeast to coordinates 42.502987,

-77.344250 then east to coordinates 42.502882, -77.343723 then north to coordinates 42.504838, -77.342257 then east to beginning point at intersection of Walker Road and GPS coordinates 42.504810, 77.341195.

Town of Wheeler

That portion of land in the town of Wheeler which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point southwest of Everett Road marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 42.485366, -77.356217, then south to coordinates 42.483093, -77.356336, then west to coordinates 42.483108, -77.358032 then south to coordinates 42.479890, -77.358191 then west to coordinates 42.479988, -77.364862, then north to coordinates 42.480394, 77.364889 then northeast to coordinates 42.481619, -77.361547, then east to beginning point coordinates 42.485366, -77.356217.

Portions of the towns of Cohocton, Dansville, and Fremont.

 

 

 

Suffolk County.

The areas in the towns of Brookhaven, East Hampton, Huntington, Southampton, Southold and Riverhead in Suffolk County as described as follows:

One area in the Town of Brookhaven in Suffolk County as described as follows:

(A) That portion of the land in the Town of Brookhaven and the hamlet of Manorville bounded as follows: beginning at a point marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 40.854223, 72.824083; then proceeding northeast 442' along South Street to coordinates 40.854556, 72.822558; continuing northeast 1086' along South Street to coordinates 40.855021, -72.818682; then proceeding east 413' to coordinates 40.855118, -72.817193 at the intersection of South Street and Wading River Rd.; then proceeding northwest 714' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.856889, -72.818302; then continuing northwest 695' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.858604, -72.819402; continuing northwest 497' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.859819, -72.820219; continuing northwest 221' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.860358, -72.820587; continuing northwest 203' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.860861, -72.820907; continuing 194' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.861338, 72.821215; continuing 212' along Wading River Road to coordinates 40.861863, -72.821547; proceeding northwest 30' to coordinates 40.861892, -72.821648; then heading 45' west to coordinates 40.861879, -72.821808; then heading 183' southwest along the south ramp of the Long Island Expressway to coordinates 40.861774, -72.822457; the heading west 179' parallel with the south ramp of the Long Island Expressway to coordinates 40.861748, -72.823104; then continuing west 182' to coordinates 40.861786,

-72.823759; continuing west 299' parallel with the south ramp of the Long Island Expressway to coordinates 40.861825,

-72.824837; then proceeding 201' southeast to coordinates 40.861729, -72.825553; continuing southwest 88' to coordinates 40.861567, -72.825791; then heading south 83' along a wood line to coordinates 40.861338, 72.825789; continuing south 116' along a wood line to coordinates 40.86102, -72.825746; continuing southeast 96' along a wood line to coordinates 40.860763, -72.825671; then heading 92' southwest along the wood line to coordinates 40.860523, -72.825778; then heading 47' south along the wood line to coordinates 40.860393, -72.825771; then heading southeast 194' along the wood line to coordinates 40.859943, -72.826145; continuing 87' southwest along the wood line to coordinates 40.859719, -72.826251; continuing 200' southwest along the wood line to coordinates 40.859213, -72.826533; then heading southeast 112' along the wood line to coordinates 40.858909, -72.826465; then heading east 232' along the wood line to coordinates 40.858939, -72.825625; then heading south 828' along the wood line to coordinates 40.856676, -72.825344; then heading east 246' along the northern boundary of a horse farm to coordinates 40.856786, -72.824467; then south 940' along the boundary of a horse farm to the point of beginning at coordinates 40.854223, -72.824083.

Town of East Hampton in Suffolk County as described as follows:

(B) The town of East Hampton in its entirety with the exception of the area bounded as follows: beginning at a point on the south side of Long Lane marked by latitude/ longitude coordinates 40.970798 -72.206141; then south-southwest along a farm road to coordinates 40.968204 -72.208280; then southeast to coordinates 40.967239 -72.205925; then northeast to the south side of Long Lane at coordinates 40.969766 -72.203767; the northwest along the south side of Long Lane to the point of beginning at coordinates 40.970798 -72.206141.

Three separate areas in the town of Huntington in Suffolk County as described as follows:††

(C) That portion of the land in the town of Huntington and the hamlet of Melville bounded as follows: Beginning at a point marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 40.776727, -72.420232; then proceeding southwest 788' along Broad Hollow Road to coordinates 40.774661, -72.421079; then heading east 2354' along Huntington Quadrangle Road to coordinates 40.774845,

-72.412581; then heading south 2095' parallel to Maxess Rd. to coordinates 40.769105, -72.412192; then heading southeast 250í along BaylissRoad to coordinates 40.768918, -72.411323; then heading 2734' north to coordinates 40.776422, -72.411481; then heading east 1820' to coordinates 40.776745, -72.404922; then heading north 233' along Pinelawn Road to coordinates 40.777383, -72.404847; then heading west 4267'to the starting point at coordinates 40.776727, -72.420232.

(D) That portion of the land in the town of Huntington and the hamlet of Melville bounded as follows: beginning at a point marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 40.795408, -72.408068; then proceeding south 1645' along the west boundary of White Post Farms to coordinates 40.790923, -72.407372; then proceeding east 1110' along the south boundary of White Post Farms and a housing development to coordinates 40.791009, -72.403366; then heading north 2033' parallel to Bedell Place to coordinates 40.796560, -72.404124; then heading southwest 1170' along Old Country Road to the starting point at coordinates 40.795408,

-72.408068.

(E) That portion of the land in the town of Huntington and the hamlet of Dix Hills bounded as follows: beginning at a point marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 40.790416, -72.34100; then proceeding southeast 306' along Deer Park Road to coordinates 40.789601, -72.340729; continuing southeast 272' along Deer Park Road to coordinates 40.788884, -72.340453; continuing southeast 530' along Deer Park Road to coordinates 40.787492, -72.339901; then proceeding northeast 1002' along the south boundary of the DeLalio Sod Company to coordinates 40.788334, -72.336456; then proceeding northwest 541' along the east boundary of the DeLalio Sod Company and the Garden Depot to coordinates 40.78973, -72.337117; continuing northwest 554' along the east boundary of field 15-C-21 to coordinates 40.791180, -72.337714; then proceeding southwest 952' along the north boundary of field 15-C-21 to the starting point at coordinates 40.790416, 72.34100.

(F) Town of Riverhead in Suffolk County in its entirety.

Town of Southampton in Suffolk County as described as follows:

(G) That area in the town of Southampton bounded by a line beginning at latitude/longitude coordinates 40.88011 -72.36056 on the Atlantic shoreline in the village of Southampton: Moving northwest along Baronís Lane to its intersection with Wickapogue Road; then west along Wickapogue Road to its intersection with Old Town Road; then north-northwest along Old Town Road to its intersection with Hampton Road; then northeast along Hampton Road to its intersection with David Whites Lane; then north-northwest along David Whites Lane to its intersection with the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Railroad; then west along the Montauk Branch of the Long Island Railroad to its intersection with North Sea Road; then southeast along North Sea Road to its intersection with West Prospect Street; then west along Prospect Street to its intersection with Halsey Street; then south along Halsey Street to its intersection with Hill Street; then west along Hill Street to its intersection with Halsey Neck Lane; then south along Halsey Neck Lane to its intersection with Great Plains Road; then east along Great Plains Road to its intersection with Coopers Neck Lane; then south on Coopers Neck Lane to its intersection with Meadowmere Lane; then west on Meadowmere Lane to its intersection with Halsey Neck Lane; then north on Halsey Neck Lane to its intersection with Boyeson Road; then northwest on Boyeson Road to its intersection with Captainís Neck Lane; then north on Captainís Neck Lane to its intersection with Ox Pasture Road; then west on Ox Pasture Road to its intersection with Lee Avenue; then north on Lee Avenue to its intersection with Hill Street; then west on Hill Street to its intersection with Tuckahoe Lane; then north on Tuckahoe Lane to its intersection with County Road/ Route 39; then northeast along County Road/ Route 39 to its intersection with Henry Road; then north-northeast along Henry Road to its intersection with Majors Path; then north along Majorís Path to its intersection with North Sea-Mecox Road; then east along North Sea-Mecox Road to its intersection with Long Springs Road; then north along Long Springs Road to its intersection with Edge of Woods Road; then east on Edge of Woods Road to its intersection with the high tension electrical utility access road; then northeast along the high tension electrical utility access road to its intersection with 7 Ponds Towd Road; then northwest along 7 Ponds Towd Road to the southeast corner of the agricultural field with the USDA designation of 38-C-07 at point 40.933272 -72.377273; then 650í west along the south boundary line of 38-C-07 to point 40.933061 72.379587 located at the southwest corner of the field; then 300í north along the west boundary line of field 38-C-07 to point 40.933872 -72.379750 located at the northwest corner of the field; then 690í east along the northern boundary line of field 38-C-07 to the northeast corner of the field that intersects with 7 Ponds Towd Road at point 40.934107 -72.377240; then north along 7 Ponds Towd Road to its intersection with Water Mill Towd Road; then southeast along Water Mill Towd Road to its intersection with the high tension electrical utility access road; then northeast along the high tension electric utility access road to its intersection with Brick Kiln Road; then southeast along the high tension electrical utility access road to its intersection with Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike; then south on Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike to its intersection with Narrow Lane; then northeast along Narrow Lane to its intersection with Sagg Road; then north along Sagg Road to its intersection with Merchantís Path; then northeast along Merchants Path to its intersection with Ranch Court; then southeast and east along Ranch Court until it becomes East Woods Path; then northeast along East Woods Path to its intersection with Wainscott Harbor Road; then south-southeast along Wainscott Harbor Road to its intersection with Montauk Highway; then west along Montauk Highway to its intersection with Town Line Road; then southeast along Town Line Road to the Atlantic shoreline; then southwest along the Atlantic shoreline to the point of beginning at coordinates 40.88011 -72.36056.

Town of Southold in Suffolk County as described as follows:

(H) The town of Southold in its entirety with the exception of the area bounded as follows: beginning at a point on the east side of Depot Lane marked by latitude/ longitude coordinates 41.014903 -72. 486677; then southeast along Depot Lane to coordinates 41.014547 -72.486007; then northeast along a farm road to coordinates 41.016049 -72.485006; then southeast to coordinates 41.015355 -72.483682; then north-northeast to coordinates 41.015894 -72.483265; then east-southeast to Route 25 at coordinates 41.015775 -72.482896; then north-northeast along Route 25 to coordinates 41.015934 -72.482824; then northwest along a driveway to coordinates 41.016218 -72.483472; then proceeding northwest to coordinates 41.016422 -72.483730; then north-northeast along the property line to coordinates 41.016736 -72.483449; then northwest along the boundary with the cemetery to coordinates 41.019565 -72.488714; then southwest along a tree line to coordinates 41.018402 -72.489795; then southeast along a farm road to coordinates 41.015969 -72.485656; then southwest to Depot Lane to the point of beginning at coordinates 41.014903 -72.486677.

Wayne County.

The areas in the town of Savannah

(A) That portion of land in the town of Savannah which lies in an area bounded as follows: Beginning at a point on Taylor Road, marked by latitude/longitude coordinates 43.0796, -76.7221, then West to 43.0794, -76.7271, then south to a point on Savannah

Spring Lake Road at coordinates 43.0765, -76.7268, continuing East on Savannah-Spring Lake Road to intersection with Taylor Road, then North on Taylor Road to Beginning point.

(B) Beginning at the Northeast corner, 43.0598, -76.7324, continuing West to 43.0610, 76.7359, then South 43.0602, -76.7364, then West 43.0606, -76.7379, continuing South to Railroad Road 43.0593, -76.7390, then East on Railroad Road to 43.0572, -76.7322, then North to Beginning point.

(C) Beginning at Northeast corner 43.0559, -76.7193, continuing West along Conrail Rail Road Tracks 43.0562, -76.7301 then South to 43.0506, -76.7329, then East to 43.0456, -76.7233, then North to 43.0504, -76.7226, continuing East to 43.0503, -76.7202, then North to Beginning point.

(D) Beginning at Northeast corner, 43.0325, -76.223, continuing West to 43.0349, 76.7383, then South to State Route 31, 43.0233, -76.7446, continuing East on State Route 31 to Crusoe Creek, 43.0204, -76.7280, then North along Crusoe Creek Road, 43.0306

 

2. Suppressive area: None 

 

301.85-2b EXEMPTED ARTICLES

1.        The following articles are exempt* from the certification and permit requirements of the Golden Nematode Quarantine if they meet the applicable conditions set forth below and have not been exposed to infestation after cleaning or other handling as prescribed.

 

a.        Small grains if harvested in bulk or directly into approved containers, and if the small grains and containers thereof have not come into contact with the soil; or, if they have been cleaned to meet State seed sales requirements.

 

b.       Soybeans (other than for seed), if harvested in bulk or directly into approved containers, and if the soybeans and containers thereof have not come into contact with the soil.

 

c.        Unshucked ear corn, if harvested in bulk or directly into approved containers, and if the corn and containers thereof have not come into contact with the soil.

 

d.       Used farm tools, if cleaned free of soil.

 

2.        The following articles are exempt from the certification and permit requirements of this subpart if they meet the applicable conditions prescribed in subparagraphs (a) through (b) of this paragraph and have not been exposed to infestation after cleaning or other handling as prescribed in said subparagraphs: Provided, that this exemption shall not apply to any class of regulated articles specified by an inspector in a written notification to the owner or person in possession of the premises that the movement of such articles from such premises under this exemption would involve a hazard of spread of the golden nematode:

 

a.        Irish potatoes (other than for seed), if graded at an approved grader or washed free of soil, and packaged in approved containers. Provided, however, that potatoes from noninfested fields may be shipped to Puerto Rico in new burlap bags.

 

b.       Root crops (other than Irish potatoes and sugar beets), if moved in approved containers.

 

c.        Hay, straw, fodder, and plant litter, if moved in approved containers.

 

3.        Containers of the following types are approved for the purposes of this section:

 

a.        New paper bags; and consumer packages of any material except cloth or burlap.

 

b.       Crates, pallet boxes, trucks, and boxcars, if free of soil.

 

4.        Soil samples for processing, testing, or analysis may be moved interstate from the regulated area (without a certificate or permit) only to approved laboratories or only in emergencies under authorization from the Plant Protection Division, USDA.

 

* The articles hereby exempted remain subject to applicable restrictions under other quarantines.

 

ADDITIONAL INFESTED AREAS
APPENDIX A††††††  06-10-04

New York:
Cayuga County. Portion of the county near the town of Port Byron.