import to canada

clusty1March 28, 2013

Hey,

Certain sellers do not provide a phytosanitary certificate.
Think I will have any issues with Canadian customs even if the plants are shipped with no plants? (import is from Thailand)

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diggy500

hi Clusty
you can get an import permit if you are worried about seizure...it's about 25 dollars and is good for 5 years..and yes, if they find it, they will keep it..

    Bookmark   April 14, 2013 at 9:26AM
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