Phytosanitary Inspections Certificate Law and Legal Definition

Phytosanitary inspections certificate refers to a formal certificate issued by the agency of a national government indicating that an export shipment has been inspected and is free from harmful pests and plant diseases. Inspection reports should be made on a standard form. The presence or absence of harmful pests and plant diseases relevant to the inspection requirements is first determined by visual examination. The samples should be processed systematically in a laboratory facility with demonstrated proficiency in diagnosing plant diseases.