3437 European Grapevine Moth (Lobesia botrana)

State Interior Quarantine

 

A.Pest.European Grapevine Moth (Lobesia botrana).

 

B.Areas Under Quarantine.

 

Napa and Solano Counties

 

City of Napa: Beginning at the intersection of Atlas Peak Rd and Westgate Dr; then, starting southeasterly along Westgate Dr to its intersection with Milliken Creek; then, starting easterly along Milliken Creek to its intersection with an imaginary line at 38.368691 latitude and - 122.232464 longitude; then, southeasterly along the imaginary line to its intersection with Monticello Rd at 38.358544 latitude and -122.200515 longitude; then, southeasterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with 38.337827 latitude and -122.170352 longitude; then, southerly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Wild Horse Valley Rd and the Napa County boundary line; then, southwesterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with the Napa County boundary line at 38.2775149 latitude and - 122.1906820 longitude; then, starting southeasterly along the Napa County boundary line to its intersection with an imaginary line at 38.272815 latitude and -122.212282 longitude; then, southwesterly along the imaginary line to its intersection with the boundary line of Skyline County Park at 38.270097 latitude and -122.234236 longitude; then, starting southerly along the boundary line of Skyline County Park to its intersection with Madrone Dr; then, starting easterly along Madrone Dr to its intersection with Cedar Dr; then, northerly along Cedar Dr to its intersection with Imola Av; then, westerly along Imola Av to its intersection with West Imola Av; then, westerly along West Imola Av to its intersection with South Jefferson St; then, northerly along South Jefferson St to its intersection with Jefferson St; then, starting northerly along Jefferson St to its intersection with Trancas St; then, northeasterly along Trancas St to its intersection with Big Ranch Rd; then northerly along Big Ranch Rd to its intersection with an unnamed road at 38.330997 latitude and -122.291274 longitude; then, northeasterly along the unnamed road to its intersection with an imaginary line beginning at 38.332553 latitude and- 122.287811 longitude; then, northeasterly along the imaginary line to its intersection with the Napa River at 38.334344 latitude and -122.284101 longitude; then, northeasterly along the Napa River to its intersection with an unnamed road at 38.339669 latitude and -122.286005 longitude; then, easterly along the unnamed road to its intersection with Silverado; then, northerly along Silverado to its intersection with Hardman Av; then northeasterly along Hardman Av to its intersection with an unnamed road at 38.348765 latitude and -122.270314 longitude; then northerly along the unnamed road to its intersection with another unnamed road at 38.353186 latitude and -122.272663 longitude; then northeasterly along the unnamed road to its intersection with Atlas Peak Rd; then northeasterly along Atlas Peak Rd to the point of the beginning.

 

Napa and Sonoma Counties

 

Yountville, Rutherford and St. Helena: Beginning at the intersection of State Hwy 128 and Deer Park Rd; then, starting northeasterly along Deer Park Rd to its intersection with Sunnyside Rd; then, starting southeasterly along Sunnyside Rd to its intersection with Quail Ln; then, starting northeasterly along Quail Ln to its northernmost point; then, northeasterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Moore Creek at 38.544751 latitude and -122.381326 longitude; then, starting southerly along Moore Creek to its intersection with Chiles Pope Valley Rd; then, southerly along Chiles Pope Valley Rd to its intersection with Lake Hennessy; then, starting northeasterly along the shore of Lake Hennessy to its intersection with Sage Canyon Creek; then, starting northeasterly along Sage Canyon Creek to its intersection with Fir Canyon Creek; then, starting southeasterly along Fir Canyon Creek to its southeastern most point; then, southwesterly along an imaginary line to an unnamed road at 38.4466822 latitude and -122.2739098 longitude; then southwesterly along the unnamed road to its intersection with Soda Canyon Rd; then, starting southwesterly along Soda Canyon Rd to its intersection with 38.438943 latitude and -122.292900 longitude; then southeasterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with an unnamed road at 38.436983 latitude and -122.289885 longitude; then, southerly along the unnamed road to its intersection with 38.435817 latitude and -122.289883 longitude; then, southerly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Old Foss Valley Rd and an unnamed road at 38.433143 latitude and -122.289728 longitude; then, starting southerly along the unnamed road to its intersection with 38.427264 latitude and -122.292942 longitude; then, southwesterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with Soda Canyon Rd at 38.418844 latitude and -122.296141 longitude; then, starting southerly along Soda Canyon Rd to its intersection with Chimney Rock Rd; then, starting southwesterly along Chimney Rock Rd to its intersection with Ridge Dr; then, southeasterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with the northernmost point of Loma Vista Dr; then, starting southeasterly along Loma Vista Dr to its intersection with Soda Creek; then, southwesterly along Soda Creek to its intersection with Shady Oaks Dr; then, starting southwesterly along Shady Oaks Dr to its intersection with Silverado; then, northwesterly along Silverado to its intersection with Oak Knoll Av; then, starting southwesterly along Oak Knoll Av to its intersection with Big Ranch Rd; then, southeasterly along Big Ranch Rd to its intersection with Oak Knoll Av; then, southwesterly along Oak Knoll Av to its intersection with Solano Av; then southeasterly along Solano Av to its intersection with Orchard Av; then, starting southwesterly along Orchard Av to its intersection with Dry Creek Rd; then, starting northwesterly along Dry Creek Rd to its intersection with an imaginary line at 38.368397 latitude and -122.377388 longitude; then, southwesterly along the imaginary line to its intersection with Mount Veeder Rd at 38.359961 latitude and -122.388304 longitude; then, starting northwesterly along Mount Veeder Rd to its intersection with Lokoya Rd; then, starting northwesterly along Lokoya Rd to its intersection with 38.373888 latitude and -122.431877 longitude; then, northwesterly along an imaginary line to its intersection with the Napa County boundary line at 38.379305 latitude and - 122.447894 longitude; then, southwesterly along the Napa County boundary line to its intersection with Lokoya Rd at 38.368632 latitude and -122.457436 longitude; then, starting northwesterly along Lokoya Rd to its intersection with Cavedale Rd; then, starting northeasterly along Cavedale Rd to its intersection with Trinity Rd; then, starting northeasterly along Trinity Rd to its intersection with Dry Creek Rd; then, starting northeasterly along Dry Creek Rd to its intersection with Wall Rd; then, starting northwesterly along Wall Rd to its intersection with the Napa County boundary line; then, starting northeasterly long the Napa County boundary line to its intersection with Timberline Dr and Langtry Rd; then, starting northeasterly a long Langtry Rd to its intersection with Spring Mountain Rd; then, starting southeasterly along Spring Mountain Rd to its intersection with the St. Helena city boundary; then, starting northeasterly along the St. Helena city boundary to its intersection with State Hwy 128; then, northwesterly along State Hwy 128 to the point of the beginning.

 

C. Articles and Commodities Covered.The following are declared to be hosts and possible carriers of Lobesia botrana.

 

1. All nursery stock, plants, plant parts, including green waste, and plant products capable of propagation, except seed extracted from fruit of:

 

Scientific Name †††††††††††††††††††††† Common Name

Actinidia chinensis ††††††††††††††††† Kiwi fruit or Chinese Gooseberry

Berberis vulgaris††††††††††††††††††††† European Barberry

Clematis vitalba †††††††††††††††††††††† Old-Man's-Beard or Travellerís Joy

Daphne gnidium ††††††††††††††††††††† Spurge Flax

Dianthus spp. †††††††††††††††††††††††††† Carnation

Diospyros kaki †††††††††††††††††††††††† Persimmon

Galium mollugo †††††††††††††††††††††† False Babyís Breath or White Bedstraw

Hypericum calycinum †††††††††††† St. Johnís Wort or Aaronís Beard

Ligustrum vulgare †††††††††††††††††† European Privet

Olea europaea †††††††††††††††††††††††† Olive

Prunus spp. ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Stone Fruit (e.g. apricot, cherry, plum)

Punica granatum †††††††††††††††††††† Pomegranate

Rhus glabra ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Smooth Sumac

Ribes spp. †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Currant, Gooseberry

Rosmarinus officinalis ††††††††††† Rosemary

Rubus spp. †††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Blackberry, Dewberry

Silene vulgaris †††††††††††††††††††††††† Bladder Campion

Trifolium pratense †††††††††††††††††† Red Clover

Urginea maritime†††††††††††††††††††† Sea squill

Vitis spp. ††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††††† Grape

Ziziphus jujuba ††††††††††††††††††††††† Jujube

 

2. Any other articles which are infested or exposed to infestation by Lobesia botrana.

 

3.Possible carriers shall include all appliances used in the growing, harvesting, processing and hauling of the host plants and plant parts and any green waste residues including but not limited to tractors, trailers, trucks, planting, picking and pruning equipment and processing machinery and any other article, thing 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 the Lobesia botrana.

 

4. Exemptions. The following articles are exempt from the provisions of this subsection:

 

(a)†† Seed extracted from fruit;

(b)†† Privately-owned indoor decorative houseplants; and,

(c)†† Dying or dead plant material (green waste) that has been processed or handled or treated in a manner approved by the Secretary to eliminate live life stages of the European Grapevine Moth and is moved directly to a city or county sanitary landfill or State licensed compost facility within the quarantine area.

 

D.Restrictions.

1.Articles and commodities covered in subsection (c)(1), (2) and (3) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except as provided in (a), (b), (c), (d) or (e) below:

 

(a)†† If accompanied by a certificate issued by an authorized agricultural official affirming that the articles and commodities originated from a site or facility which is apparently free from European Grapevine Moth.

(b)†† If accompanied by a certificate issued by an authorized agricultural official affirming that the articles and commodities have been inspected or treated in a manner approved by the Department and is apparently free from European Grapevine Moth.

(c)†† If purchased at a retail sales location and accompanied by a sales receipt.

(d)†† If the article or commodity was produced outside the area under quarantine and is being moved through the area under quarantine by direct route and without delay in vehicles or containers which prevent exposure to infestation of the article or commodity to European Grapevine Moth.

(e)†† If the article or commodity covered is moved under the terms of a special permit as authorized under Title 3, Section 3154 of the California Code of Regulations.

 

2. Articles and commodities covered in subsection (C)(3) are prohibited movement within or from the area under quarantine except if cleaned and treated to the satisfaction of the Department or county agricultural commissioner.

 

European Grapevine Moth (Lobesia botrana) QUARANTINE MAP

Napa and Solano Counties

 

††††††††††† City of Napa Quarantine Map

 

Napa and Sonoma Counties

††††††††††† Yountville, Rutherford and St. Helena Quarantine Map