Peat to Russia

Common Name: Peat, including peat crumb, agglomerated or not agglomerated

Conditions: Phytosanitary import permit not required. Phytosanitary certificate required. TC 2703 00 000 0

Last updated: 1 December 2011

Growing Media to Russia

General Requirements: Please note these requirements are in addition to the relevant additional declarations listed in section 3.5; Commodity Class Requirements. 

Conditions: Phytosanitary import permit not required. Phytosanitary certificate required. Refer Section 4.5.

Last updated: 28 September 2012

Russia General Requirements

General Information

For enquires about this standard email the Plant Exports Group:

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For urgent enquiries phone, fax or email the Plant Exports Group

 Scope

The requirements listed in this ICPR apply to product of New Zealand only, unless specifically stated.

This standard specifies Russia’s phytosanitary requirements. If a commodity or commodity group is not identified within this ICPR exporters should contact:

  • Russia directly in order to ascertain requirements
    or
  • Ministry for Primary Industries New Zealand (Plant Exports)

Please note, the determination and provision of phytosanitary requirements, for a commodity not identified within an ICPR, is undertaken on a cost recovery basis. A link to the list of Plant Exports Fees and Charges is available on

Users of this document are strongly advised to review all sections of the ICPR for the determination of a commodity’s phytosanitary requirements.

Phytosanitary Legislation

The following legislation controls the importation of plants and plant materials into Russia (reference: http://www.aqis.gov.au/phyto/asp/ex_COUNTRY.ASP?ID=707);

Federal Law of the Russian Federation on the State Regulation of Foreign Trade Activities

Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, 1931-08-23, on phytosanitary protection of the borders of the USSR.

Decree of the Council of People's Commissars of the USSR, 1934-11-20, on Protection of the territory of the USSR against the entry and spread of agricultural and forest pests.

Decree of the Council of Ministers of the USSR, no 656 on Measures for the Improvement of the Organization of Plant Quarantine in the USSR, 1979-07-06.

Law on the State Border of the USSR of 1982-11-24.

Charter of Plant Quarantine in the USSR, 1987-05-18.

Regulations on phytosanitary control of materials and transport vehicles under quarantine crossing the state border of the USSR adopted in 1988.

Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation No 268 of 1992-04-23 "On the State Plant Quarantine Inspection Service of the Russian Federation".

List of pests, plant diseases and weeds of quarantine significance for the Russian Federation, 1992-10-06

Law of the Russian Federation No 4730 of 1993-04-01 on the State Border of the Russian Federation.

Regulations for the protection of the territory of the Russian Federation territory against quarantine pests, plant diseases and weeds, 1994-06-17.

Customs Code of the Russian Federation, 28-05-2003 http://www.tks.ru/codex/

Decision 318 of 18-06-2010: Regulation on a Procedure of Phytosanitary Quarantine Control on Customs Territory of the Customs Union

Order N 456 of 29-12-2010: Rules Providing for Import of Plant Quarantine Regulated Products into The Russian Federation, and their Storage, Transportation, Processing and Use

General requirements

Prohibitions

Prohibited imports:

  • Regulated articles infested by quarantine pests (see lists of Quarantine Pests).
  •  Plant pathogens, living insects, mites and nematodes (except samples for scientific purposes).
  • Soil, plants (including bulbs and tubers) accompanied by soil.
  • Plants for planting (including seeds) of fruit, forest and ornamental crops from all countries where the pests mentioned in the quarantine pest lists (Section 2.4) occur (except materials for scientific purposes).
  • Fruits and vegetables (in quantities exceeding 5 kg) transported by mail and by passengers
  • Seeds and planting material transported in luggage, hand luggage and mail, without being accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate.
  • Seeds of Striga spp.
  • Litter made from materials of plant origin at imports of fruit and vegetables
  • Fruit and vegetables for use as vegetable bed material
  • Grain imported for processing must not be used for any other end purposes (i.e. sowing)

Regulated articles:

The Russian Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (VPSS) publishes a list of quarantine products that are subject to state phytosanitary quarantine control.

The list is available at: http://www.fsvps.ru/fsvps-docs/ru/laws/tsouz/tsouz_fitocontrol_list.pdf

Where “From…” is used before a TC the requirements are not applied to all commodities that are classified in accordance with this code. In these cases it is necessary to be guided by more detailed description of the specific commodity in the code’s group.

Products included in this ICPR have been extracted from the VPSS official document on products that are subject to quarantine and phytosanitary regulations.

This list consists of two categories:

  1. Quarantine products with high pest risk
    • Phytosanitary certificate required.
    • Import permit not required.
    • Subject to inspection on arrival.
  2. Quarantine products with low pest risk
    • Phytosanitary certificate not required.
    • Import permit not required.
    • Subject to inspection on arrival.

Products are grouped in accordance with Russia’s Codes of Customs Nomenclature of Foreign Economic Activity of the Russian Federation (Russia’s VED Tariff Code) available here: http://www.tks.ru/db/tnved/tree

All regulated articles must be imported through specified customs offices.

Phytosanitary Import Permits

Import permits:

Import permits are not required for plants and plant products.

Labeling:

Each package must be marked with:

  • Product type;
  • Country of origin;
  • Exporter and/or re-exporter name;

Planting seed, planting material

  • Must also include location and/or production site details

Contact details:

Federal Service for Veterinary and Phytosanitary Surveillance (Rosselkhoznadzor)
Ministry of Agriculture
Orlikov pereulok, 1/11
107139 Moscow 84
Russian Federation
Tel: (+7) 095 975 43 47
Fax: (+7) 095 207 51 11
info@svfk.mcx.ru or info@gov.mcx.ru

Phytosanitary Certificates

  1. All exports categorised by the Customs Union as quarantine products with high pest risk must be accompanied by a phytosanitary certificate.
  2. Phytosanitary certificates must be issued prior to loading the vessel or aircraft. Phytosanitary certificate issuance dates must therefore be the same or earlier than the Bill of Lading date.
  3. Replacement phytosanitary certificates are not accepted by Russia. Certificate requesters who require a replacement certificate must contact their IVA who will work with MPI Plant Exports (plantexports@mpi.govt.nz) to provide a cover letter detailing the reasons for the replacement and the amendments made. This will be done on a cost recovery basis.
  4. If the products are not included in this ICPR, the import permit and phytosanitary certificate for these products (material, cargo) may be issued on the official request of the national plant protection organisation of the importing country.
  5. For wood packaging and other forest product requirements of the Russian Federation go to: http://www.biosecurity.govt.nz/exports/forests/standards/russia.htm
  6. Transport means and transport facilities such as containers, used for shipments of quarantine products, as well as those which may carry quarantine pests, are subject to mandatory cleaning and disinfection if needed, in compliance with the rules and norms for ensuring plant quarantine according to Article 9 of the Federal Law # 99-FZ “on Plant Quarantine enacted July 15, 2000”.

Quarantine Pests

Acroptilon

Monochamus nitens

Ambrosia artemisiifolia

Monochamus saltuarius

Ambrosia psilostachya

Monochamus sutor

Ambrosia trifida

Monochamus urussovi

Anoplophora glabripennis

Mycosphaerella dearnessii

Atropellis pinicola

Neovossia indica = Tilletia indica

Bemisia tabaci

Pantoea stewartii subsp. stewartii (=Erwinia stewartii)

Bidens pilosa

Peach latent mosaic viroid

Bursaphelenchus xylophilus

Peach rosette mosaic nepovirus

Callosobruchus spp

Phthormaea operculella

Carposina niponensis

Phymatotrichopsis omnivore

Cenchrus pauciflorus

Phytophthora fragariae

Ceratitis capitata

Plum pox potyvirus

Ceratocystis fagacearum

Popillia japonica

Cherry rasp leaf nepovirus

Potato Andean latent tymovirus

Cochliobolus heterostrophus race T = Bipolaris maydis

Potato Andean mottle comovirus

Conotrachelus nenuphar

Potato yellowing alfamovirus

Cuscuta spp.

Potato Т trichovirus

Dendroctonus micans

Premnotrypes spp.

Dendrolimus sibiricus

Pseudaulacaspis pentagona

Diabrotica virgifera

Puccinia horiana

Diaporthe helianthi = Phomopsis helianthi

Quadraspidiotus perniciosus

Didymella ligulicola

Ralstonia solanacearum =Pseudomonas solanacearum

Dinoderus bifoveolatus

Rhagoletis pomonella

Epitrix cucumeris

Solanum carolinense

Epitrix tuberis

Solanum elaeagnifolium

Erwinia amylovora

Solanum rostratum

Frankliniella occidentalis

Solanum triflorum

Globodera pallida

Spodoptera littoralis

Globodera rostochiensis

Spodoptera litura

Grapevine flavescence doree phytoplasma

Stenocarpella macrospora = Diplodia macrospora

Grapholita molesta

Stenocarpella maydis = D. maydis

Helianthus ciliaris

Striga spp.

Hyphantria cunea

Synchytrium endobioticum

Ipomoea hederacea

Synoxylon spp.

Ipomoea lacunosa

Thecaphora solani (=Angiosorus solani)

Iva axillaris

Thrips palmi

Liriomyza huidobrensis

Trogoderma granarium

Liriomyza sativae

Trogoderma spp.

Liriomyza trifolii

Viteus vitifoliae

Lymantria dispar (asian race)

Xanthomonas ampelina

Meloidogyne chitwoodi

Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzae

Monochamus galloprovincialis

Xanthomonas oryzae pv. oryzicola

Monochamus impulviatus

Xylophilus ampelinus

MPI Specified Maximum Pest Limits (MPL’s)

For all commodities exported to Russia requiring phytosanitary certificates, MPL's are:

Quarantine pests* specified by Russia

Please note; for all seed commodities exported to the Russian Federation requiring MPI phytosanitary certificates, the following level has been set by MPI to facilitate exports while still meeting the importing country’s minimum requirements for soil.
0.5%
Soil (seed for sowing) 0.1% by weight

A mixture of soil in potatoes and other tuberous plants and root vegetables shall not exceed more than 1 % of the weight of the product
 

*Quarantine pests for Russia include organisms identified within:

  • Quarantine Pests of this standard
  • Additional declarations
  • Phytosanitary import permit

Note: Where an importing country does not specify any quarantine pests within the above, the MPL of 5% is to be applied for all injurious pests. Refer Section 2.2.1 of Phytosanitary Inspection Standard.

Inspection on Arrival

At point of entry, seed and planting material consignments may have their phytosanitary certificate inspected and may be subject to visual inspection.

Sampling Rate

Not specified by Russia

Ports of Entry

Not specified by Russia

Transit Requirements

Not specified by Russia

Last updated: 28 September 2012

Disclaimer

The information in this standard is provided on the following basis. The phytosanitary requirements found in this standard may be used as the basis of export certification. However, requirements may be changed by importing countries at any time at short notice or with no notice to New Zealand. This information is provided strictly on the basis that the Crown, the Ministry of Agriculture & Forestry, its statutory offices, employees, agents and all other persons responsible for or associated with the compilation, writing, editing, approval, or publication of the imformation:

1. disclaim any and all responsibility for any inaccuracy, error, omission, lateness, or any other kind of inadequacy, deficiency or flaw in, or in relation to, the information; and

2. without limiting (1) above, fully exclude any and all liability of any kind on the part of all of them, to any person or entity that chooses to rely on this information

Compliance with this standard is not to be taken as a guarantee that any particular goods will be granted access to any overseas market.