ARGENTINA: NEW GYPSY MOTH REGULATIONS
Published: 19 October 2020
Our local correspondents have advised that Argentina’s SENASA (NATIONAL HEALTH AND AGRI-FOOD QUALITY SERVICE) has, on 14 October 2020, published Resolution 764/2020 regarding a new regulation imposing specific measures related to the plague of certain breeds of the Lymantria Dispar, otherwise known as the “Gypsy Moth”.
The new regulation will enter into force 90 days after its publication.
Infringements may result in fines amounting up to AR$ 10,000,000, and SENASA may additionally impose additional precautionary measures to avoid a sanitary risk.
Further details are in Pandi Liquidadores’ CIRCULAR 035/2020.