Plant Health EU Exit Guidance
last updated: 24/4/19
Preparing for changes at the UK border if there's a no deal EU Exit
- Place of First Arrival Guidance (PoFA) - 20 March 2019
(to find out if you need to consider this, please look at our import flow charts below)
- The process for importing some plants and plant products will change in the event of a no deal EU exit. To find if this impacts you please see our [flowchart]
- Plant Health import guidance - 18 March 2019
- Should we leave the EU without a deal, the UK will be classed by the EU as a third country, therefore third country rules apply and any export from Scotland will need to comply with EU phytosanitary requirements. To see if this applies to you please use our [flowchart].
- Exporting Forest Reproductive Material in the event of a no deal EU exit. To see if this applies to you please use our [flowchart].
- Those products that currently require a plant passport from the EU will require a phytosanitary certificate, you can find a list of these plants and plant products on the [APHA website].