Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate

Definition of "Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate"
  1. A document from the U.S. Department of Agriculture that verifies a U.S. shipment is free from harmful pests and plant diseases for the purposes of international imports
How to use "Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate" in a sentence
  1. Following inspection, the apple shipment was granted a Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate.
  2. Before exporting corn to another country, a Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate is required.
  3. Failure to provide a valid Phytosanitary Inspection Certificate can result in the shipment being denied entry.

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