DEFRA guidance on plant imports and exports after no-deal Brexit

Notes UK would be treated as a third country after no-deal Brexit, losing access to the EU plant passport regime and requiring controls on all plants for planting and all wood packaging material. Businesses would need to apply for a phytosanitary certificate to export to the EU, with some commodities requiring laboratory testing of samples. Pledges to allow EU imports to continue entering the UK freely, as they do now

Document title: Importing and exporting plants and plant products if there’s no Brexit deal

Summary: Notes UK would be treated as a third country after no-deal Brexit, losing access to the EU plant passport regime and requiring controls on all plants for planting and all wood packaging material. Businesses would need to apply for a phytosanitary certificate to export to the EU, with some commodities requiring laboratory testing of samples. Pledges to allow EU imports to continue entering the UK freely, as they do now.

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