3424. BACTROCERA ZONATA

State Interior Quarantine.

A quarantine is established against the following pest, its hosts, and possible carriers.

A. Pest. Bactrocera zonata (Peach fruit fly)

B. Quarantine Area.

Effective July 28, 2006, all enforcement activities for Bactrocera zonata have ceased.
There are no areas in California regulated for this pest.

C. Articles and Commodities Covered. The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of peach fruit fly:

See Additional Host Material, Appendix A

1. All fruits, vegetables, or berries of the following:

Scientific Name                  Common Name

Abelmoschus esculentus              Okra
Aegle marmelos                              Indian bael
Annona cherimola                           Cherimoya
Annona muricata                             Soursop
Annona reticulate                            Custard apple, annona
Annona squamosa                          Custard apple
Careya arborea                               Patana oak, kumbhi
Carica papaya                                  Papaya, common
Citrofortunella japonica                  Calamondin orange
Citrullus lanatus                                Watermelon
Citrus aurantilifolia                          Sour lime
Citrus aurantium                              Sour orange
*Citrus limon                                    *Lemon
*(except commercially produced clean and waxed smooth lemon)
Citrus medica                                  Citron
Citrus maxima                                 Pummelo
Citrus nobilis                                    King orange, Tangor
Citrus paradisi                                  Grapefruit
Citrus reticulata                                Mandarin (tangerine)
Citrus sinensis                                  Orange, sweet
Coccinia grandis                              Gourd, ivy
Cucumis melo                                  Cantaloupe
Cucumis sativus                               Cucumber
Cucumis utilissimus                         Melon, long
Cydonia oblonga                              Quince
Elaeocarpus angustifolius               Blue marbletree; New   Guinea-quandong
Elaeocarpus grandiflorus                 Lily of the valley tree
Elaeocarpus madopetalus               Ma-kok-nam
Eriobotrya japonica                           Loquat
Eugenia brasiliensis                         Brazil cherry
Eugenia uniflora                                Surinam cherry
Felijoa sellowiana                              Pineapple guava
Ficus benghalensis                           Banyan fig
Ficus carica                                         Fig, common
Ficus macrophylla                             Moreton Bay fig
Ficus retusa                                        Glossy leaf fig
Ficus rubiginosa                                Port Jackson fig
Ficus spp.                                            Fig
Fortunella japonica                            Kumquat
Grewia asiatica                                  Phalsa
Lagenaria siceraria                        Bottle or calbash gourd  (= L. vulgaris)               
Luffa acutangula                             Ribbed or ridged gourd, Luffa
Luffa aegyptiaca                             Smooth loofah, sponge gourd
Lycopersicum esculentum           Tomato
Madhuca indica                              Mahua, mowra-buttertree
(=Bassia latifolia)
Malus spp.                                        Apple
Malus (=domestica) sylvestris      Apple, common
Mangifera foetida                            Bachang mango
Mangifera indica                             Mango
Mangifera odorata                          Kuine
Manilkara emarginata                   a Sapodilla
Manilkara hexandra                       Balata sapodilla
Manilkara zapota                            Sapodilla
Momordica balsamina                   Balsam apple hawthorn
Momordica charantia                      Balsam pear, bitter melon, bitter gourd
Momordica cochinchinensis         a Balsam apple
Ochrosia elliptica                             Bourbon orange
Persea americana                           Avocado
Phoenix dactylifera                         Date palm
Prunus americana                          American plum
Prunus armeniaca                          Apricot
Prunus avium                                   Sweet cherry
Prunus cerasifera                             Plum
Prunus domestica                            European prune (plum)
*Prunus dulcis                                    *Almond
  *(except harvested almonds with dried husks)
Prunus ilicifolia                                   Cherry, hollyleaf
Prunus lusitanica                                Portuguese laurel cherry
Prunus lyonii                                       Catalina cherry
Prunus persica                                   Peach
Prunus persica var. nectarine           Nectarine
Prunus salicia x Prunus  cerasifera    Methley plum

Prunus salicina                                  Japanese plum
Psidium cattleianum                        Strawberry guava
Psidium cattleianum littorale          Red strawberry guava
Psidium cattleianum lucidum         Yellow strawberry guava
Psidium guajava                               Guava
Punica granatum                               Pomegranate
Putranjiva roxburghii                       Wild Olive, Indian amulet plant
Pyrus communis                               Pear
Pyrus pashia                                      Kaenth
Pyrus pyrifolia                                  Pear, sand
Solanum aculeatissimum               a Nightshade
Solanum auriculatum                     Wild tobacco
Solanum melongena                     Eggplant
Solanum muricatum                       Pepino
Solanum pseudocapsicum           Jerusalem cherry
Solanum seaforthianum                Brazilian nightshade
Solanum verbascifolium               Mullein nightshade
Syzygium aquea                             Water apple, watery roseapple
Syzygium cumini                             Java plum, jambolana
Syzygium jambos                           Rose-apple
Syzygium malaccense                   Malay-apple
Syzygium samarangense              Java apple, water apple
Terminalia bellirica                          Myrobalan
Terminalia catappa                          Tropical or Indian almond
Terminalia chebula
Ziziphus mauritiana                          Chinese-date, jujube

2. Soil within the drip area of plants producing, or which have produced fruit, vegetables, or berries as listed in (c)(1) above;

3. Any other product, article, or means of conveyance when it is determined by the Secretary or county agricultural commissioner to present a hazard of spreading live life stages of peach fruit fly and the person in possession thereof has been so notified;

D. Restrictions.

1.     At the wholesale level, articles and commodities covered in Section (c) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except as provided in (A) or (B) below:

a.     If the article or commodity has been treated in a manner approved by the department to eliminate peach fruit fly, is transported in a manner to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly, and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming compliance with this subsection; or,

b.     The article or commodity is moving for treatment for peach fruit fly or processing and in a manner approved by the department to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming such movement has been authorized under this subsection.

2.     At the wholesale level, articles and commodities covered in Section (c) which have been commercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when accompanied by a shipping document indicating the point of origin and destination and moved in compliance with (A), (B) or (C) below:

a. If the article or commodity is moving directly through the area under quarantine without delay and by a direct route in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to peach fruit fly while en route through the area; or,

b. The article or commodity is destined to a wholesale or retail establishment within the quarantined area and, if moving between 9:a.m. and sunset, is transported in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to peach fruit fly; or,

c. The article or commodity is destined to a commercial processing facility.


3. At the retail level, articles and commodities covered which have been commercially produced are prohibited movement from or within the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has a sales slip or other comparable document showing the commodity was purchased from a commercial establishment.

4. Articles and commodities covered which have been non-commercially produced within the area under quarantine, including “backyard” production, are prohibited movement from the premises where grown except under written authorization of the department or county agricultural commissioner.

5. Articles and commodities covered which have been non-commercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has signed a statement showing the commodity, amount, origin, destination, and date of transportation.

6. Within the area under quarantine, no wholesale or retail establishment shall handle, sell, or offer for sale any article or commodity covered unless such commodities at all times are maintained in a manner approved by the department to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly.  No commodity covered shall be held for sale or sold from a truck, trailer, or other mobile vehicle.

ADDITIONAL HOST MATERIAL

APPENDIX A                                                   10-16-06

 

The following host material presents a hazard of spreading live Peach fruit fly and should be regulated in the same manner as other Peach fruit fly host material.  Authority for regulating intrastate shipments of the following additional host material is found in Section 6521 of the California Food and Agricultural Code.

Jujube (Ziziphus spp.)

 

B

3424. BACTROCERA ZONATA

State Interior Quarantine.

A quarantine is established against the following pest, its hosts, and possible carriers.

A. Pest. Bactrocera zonata (Peach fruit fly)

B. Quarantine Area.

Effective July 28, 2006, all enforcement activities for Bactrocera zonata have ceased.

There are no areas in California regulated for this pest.

C. Articles and Commodities Covered. The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of peach fruit fly:

1. All fruits, vegetables, or berries of the following:

Scientific Name                  Common Name

Abelmoschus esculentus              Okra
Aegle marmelos                              Indian bael
Annona cherimola                           Cherimoya
Annona muricata                             Soursop
Annona reticulate                            Custard apple, annona
Annona squamosa                          Custard apple
Careya arborea                               Patana oak, kumbhi
Carica papaya                                  Papaya, common
Citrofortunella japonica                  Calamondin orange
Citrullus lanatus                                Watermelon
Citrus aurantilifolia                          Sour lime
Citrus aurantium                              Sour orange
*Citrus limon                                    *Lemon
*(except commercially produced clean and waxed smooth lemon)
Citrus medica                                  Citron
Citrus maxima                                 Pummelo
Citrus nobilis                                    King orange, Tangor
Citrus paradisi                                  Grapefruit
Citrus reticulata                                Mandarin (tangerine)
Citrus sinensis                                  Orange, sweet
Coccinia grandis                              Gourd, ivy
Cucumis melo                                  Cantaloupe
Cucumis sativus                               Cucumber
Cucumis utilissimus                         Melon, long
Cydonia oblonga                              Quince
Elaeocarpus angustifolius               Blue marbletree; New   Guinea-quandong
Elaeocarpus grandiflorus                 Lily of the valley tree
Elaeocarpus madopetalus               Ma-kok-nam
Eriobotrya japonica                           Loquat
Eugenia brasiliensis                         Brazil cherry
Eugenia uniflora                                Surinam cherry
Felijoa sellowiana                              Pineapple guava
Ficus benghalensis                           Banyan fig
Ficus carica                                         Fig, common
Ficus macrophylla                             Moreton Bay fig
Ficus retusa                                        Glossy leaf fig
Ficus rubiginosa                                Port Jackson fig
Ficus spp.                                            Fig
Fortunella japonica                            Kumquat
Grewia asiatica                                  Phalsa
Lagenaria siceraria                        Bottle or calbash gourd  (= L. vulgaris)               
Luffa acutangula                             Ribbed or ridged gourd, Luffa
Luffa aegyptiaca                             Smooth loofah, sponge gourd
Lycopersicum esculentum           Tomato
Madhuca indica                              Mahua, mowra-buttertree
(=Bassia latifolia)
Malus spp.                                        Apple
Malus (=domestica) sylvestris      Apple, common
Mangifera foetida                            Bachang mango
Mangifera indica                             Mango
Mangifera odorata                          Kuine
Manilkara emarginata                   a Sapodilla
Manilkara hexandra                       Balata sapodilla
Manilkara zapota                            Sapodilla
Momordica balsamina                   Balsam apple hawthorn
Momordica charantia                      Balsam pear, bitter melon, bitter gourd
Momordica cochinchinensis         a Balsam apple
Ochrosia elliptica                             Bourbon orange
Persea americana                           Avocado
Phoenix dactylifera                         Date palm
Prunus americana                          American plum
Prunus armeniaca                          Apricot
Prunus avium                                   Sweet cherry
Prunus cerasifera                             Plum
Prunus domestica                            European prune (plum)
*Prunus dulcis                                    *Almond
  *(except harvested almonds with dried husks)
Prunus ilicifolia                                   Cherry, hollyleaf
Prunus lusitanica                                Portuguese laurel cherry
Prunus lyonii                                       Catalina cherry
Prunus persica                                   Peach
Prunus persica var. nectarine           Nectarine
Prunus salicia x Prunus  cerasifera    Methley plum

Prunus salicina                                  Japanese plum
Psidium cattleianum                        Strawberry guava
Psidium cattleianum littorale          Red strawberry guava
Psidium cattleianum lucidum         Yellow strawberry guava
Psidium guajava                               Guava
Punica granatum                               Pomegranate
Putranjiva roxburghii                       Wild Olive, Indian amulet plant
Pyrus communis                               Pear
Pyrus pashia                                      Kaenth
Pyrus pyrifolia                                  Pear, sand
Solanum aculeatissimum               a Nightshade
Solanum auriculatum                     Wild tobacco
Solanum melongena                     Eggplant
Solanum muricatum                       Pepino
Solanum pseudocapsicum           Jerusalem cherry
Solanum seaforthianum                Brazilian nightshade
Solanum verbascifolium               Mullein nightshade
Syzygium aquea                             Water apple, watery roseapple
Syzygium cumini                             Java plum, jambolana
Syzygium jambos                           Rose-apple
Syzygium malaccense                   Malay-apple
Syzygium samarangense              Java apple, water apple
Terminalia bellirica                          Myrobalan
Terminalia catappa                          Tropical or Indian almond
Terminalia chebula
Ziziphus mauritiana                          Chinese-date, jujube

2. Soil within the drip area of plants producing, or which have produced fruit, vegetables, or berries as listed in (c)(1) above;

3. Any other product, article, or means of conveyance when it is determined by the Secretary or county agricultural commissioner to present a hazard of spreading live life stages of peach fruit fly and the person in possession thereof has been so notified;

.

 

D. Restrictions.

1.     At the wholesale level, articles and commodities covered in Section (c) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except as provided in (A) or (B) below:

a.     If the article or commodity has been treated in a manner approved by the department to eliminate peach fruit fly, is transported in a manner to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly, and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming compliance with this subsection; or,

b.     The article or commodity is moving for treatment for peach fruit fly or processing and in a manner approved by the department to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly and is accompanied by a written certificate issued by an authorized State or county agricultural official affirming such movement has been authorized under this subsection.

2.     At the wholesale level, articles and commodities covered in Section (c) which have been commercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when accompanied by a shipping document indicating the point of origin and destination and moved in compliance with (A), (B) or (C) below:

a. If the article or commodity is moving directly through the area under quarantine without delay and by a direct route in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to peach fruit fly while en route through the area; or,

b. The article or commodity is destined to a wholesale or retail establishment within the quarantined area and, if moving between 9:a.m. and sunset, is transported in an enclosed vehicle or container or completely enclosed by a covering to prevent exposure to peach fruit fly; or,

c. The article or commodity is destined to a commercial processing facility.


3. At the retail level, articles and commodities covered which have been commercially produced are prohibited movement from or within the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has a sales slip or other comparable document showing the commodity was purchased from a commercial establishment.

4. Articles and commodities covered which have been non-commercially produced within the area under quarantine, including “backyard” production, are prohibited movement from the premises where grown except under written authorization of the department or county agricultural commissioner.

5. Articles and commodities covered which have been non-commercially produced outside the area under quarantine are prohibited movement into the area under quarantine except when the person in possession has signed a statement showing the commodity, amount, origin, destination, and date of transportation.

6. Within the area under quarantine, no wholesale or retail establishment shall handle, sell, or offer for sale any article or commodity covered unless such commodities at all times are maintained in a manner approved by the department to preclude exposure to peach fruit fly.  No commodity covered shall be held for sale or sold from a truck, trailer, or other mobile vehicle.