January 2009
American Rose;Jan/Feb2009, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p35
The article offers information on taking care of imported roses. It notes that the USDA Post-Entry Quarantine Program has efficient procedures for moving shipments from arrival in the U.S. through customs and USDA inspection and on to the importer. The article also discusses the importance and benefits of importing roses. Large nurseries import roses as part of their operations to add more varieties to their in-house breeds.


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