CHERRY FRUIT FLY
State Interior Quarantine
A quarantine is established effective July 18, 1950, as amended June 16, 1964, against the following pests, its hosts, and possible carriers.
A. Pest. Western cherry fruit fly (Rhagoletis indifferens). The larva or maggot of the fly of the family Tephritidae feeds inside the cherry fruit causing severe losses in value of the crop.
B. Area Under Quarantine. The entire County of Siskiyou and portions of Humboldt, Shasta, and Trinity counties bounded by a line drawn as follows: Beginning at the northwest corner of Siskiyou County; then, east along the north boundary of Siskiyou County to the Siskiyou Modoc County line; then, south along the east boundary of Siskiyou County to the Shasta County line; then, east along the north boundary of Shasta County to the Lassen County line; then, south along the east boundary of Shasta County to State Highway 299; then, generally westerly along State Highway 299 to the Redding City limit line; then, along the northern most portion of the Redding City limit line back to State Highway 299; then, continuing generally westerly along State Highway 299 to the point where the highway crosses the Trinity River; then, generally westerly along the north shoreline of the Trinity River to its intersection with the north line to Township 4 north (Humboldt Base); then, west along the north line of Township 4 north to the east line of Range 2 east (Humboldt Meridian); then, north along the east line of Range 2 east to the north line of Township 11 north (Humboldt Base); then, east along the north line of Township 11 north to the west boundary of Siskiyou County; then, northerly along the west boundary of Siskiyou County to the point of beginning.
1. Fresh fruit of all domestic and wild varieties of cherries.
2. Soil from under cherry trees and within the drip line.
1. Infested Property Defined. As used in this regulation, an "Infested Property" shall mean a property on which the pest herein quarantined against exists or has been known to exist in any living state of development.
2. Cherry-Fruits and Soil Prohibited Movement From Infested Properties. Cherry-fruits, and soil as such or in association with plants are prohibited movement from any infested property, otherwise no restrictions are placed by this regulation on the movement of restricted articles between points within the area under quarantine involving no movement outside thereof.