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Thread: Lowii x ventricosa...where?

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (@nd! @ Sep. 18 2005,1:55)]as long as there are phytosanitary certificates there is absolutely no problem
    truthfully I dont know if they even check if there any certificates
    and there is no quarantine as far as I know.
    Nepenthes require CITES certificates, hybrids included. Most countries require a phytosanitary certificate. Some countries require some sort of import permit.

    As Hamish mentioned, N. ventricosa x lowii was made a while back with a few different clones floating around from cuttings. N. lowii x ventricosa was made more recently but by now the original batch of seedlings have mostly all sold. Exotica has one for Auction this month..
    I have not seen any cuttings of these around yet but imagine they will one day. Problem is the CITES and other documents to ship to other countries. I would contact Arie. He would know better what's required to import into Israel.

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    so if anyone has the plant and it is for sale,
    just know I am interested

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    Here is the link for contacting the appropriate agency in Israel to find out if anything is required other than the usual CITES and phytosanitary certificate which accompany the plant.
    Ministry of Agriculture
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    Hi thank you! I checked and if bringing a small number of plants, that is, a small parcel the usual CITES and phytosanitary certificate, that Tony mentioned, are enough

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    Sorry to bring back this old thread, but I am still looking...
    is there any place that offers it at all?

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