The following products and commodities are regulated under this quarantine as hosts or possible carriers of European corn borer:
(1) Corn, broomcorn, sorghums, and Sudan grass plants and plant parts (including, but not limited to, seed and shelled grain, and stalks, ears, cobs, and all other parts, fragments, or debris).
(2) Beans in the pod, beets, celery, bell pepper fruits, endive, Swiss chard, and rhubarb (cut or plants with roots).
(3) Cut flowers or entire plants of aster, chrysanthemum, calendula, cosmos, hollyhock, marigold, zinnia, Japanese hop, dahlia (except tubers without stems) and gladiolus (except corms without stems).
[Statutory Authority: Chapter 17.24
RCW. WSR 00-23-097, § 16-478-040, filed 11/21/00, effective 12/22/00; Order 607, effective 7/23/51.]