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We are licensed as a
Nursery Stock Grower and Collector of Native Plants
ROCK BOTTOM RANCH - BONANZA, OR 97623 AG-L0171827NG
Regular inspections confirm our pest-free status.
We are certified for out-of-state shipping.

COMMODITY INSPECTION CERTIFICATE

Phytosanitary certificates are federal or state certifications for nursery stock, Christmas trees, logs, lumber, and other plant material.  Phytosanitary certificates verify to foreign and other states' authorities that an official inspection of the commodity has been made and it addresses specific concerns of the importing country or state.

We are a Certified Nursery

Phytosanitary Certificate

Oregon Department of Agriculture - Certified Nursery

 

EUROPEAN PINE SHOOT MOTH

Each year the Oregon Department of Agriculture traps for European Pine Shoot Moth (EPSM) at the request of licensed nursery and Christmas tree growers.  Results certify pine plant material/Christmas trees free from EPSM in order to ship to certain states. Traps are placed starting first of May and removed in August, traps are checked during the season.

Our nursery is free from EPSM - we are certified to ship out of state

European Pine Shoot Moth 

Oregon Department of Agriculture - List of Certified Nurseries

SUDDEN OAK DEATH (SOD)
Phytophthora ramorum is a plant pathogen that has been identified as the cause of sudden oak death (SOD). P. ramorum was first observed in Marin County, California in 1995 on tanoak (Lithocarpus densiflorus). The pathogen now infects native hosts in 14 counties along the California coast and in Curry County in southwestern Oregon where it has caused widespread dieback of tanoak and other oak species. P. ramorum has also been found infecting horticultural plants at nurseries in California, Oregon, and Washington and also in Europe and Canada. A complete host list (pdf 4kB) for SOD is maintained by the United States Department of Agriculture, Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (USDA, APHIS).
OUR NURSERY IS CERTIFIED SODS FREE

CEREAL LEAF BEETLE

Cereal leaf beetle (CLB), Oulema melanopus, is a destructive pest of cultivated grasses.

The pest was introduced into the United States in 1962 from Europe.  It has spread to many locations in the United States. CLB was first discovered in Oregon in 1999 and has since been found in nineteen counties including Baker, Benton, Clackamas, Columbia, Crook, Deschutes, Jefferson, Lane, Linn, Malheur, Marion, Multnomah, Polk, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union Wallowa, Washington, and Yamhill. Map of CLB affected counties (pdf 772kB). 

Klamath County is a non-infested county and our nursery is inspected.

We provide an Origin Certificate for out-of-state shipments