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Critical use exemptions: Twenty-Second Meeting of the Parties (Bangkok, 8-12 November 2010)

Source(s)
Annex to decision XXII/6

Table A
Agreed critical-use categories for 2011 (metric tonnes)

Australia Strawberry runners (5.950)
Canada Pasta (2.084)
Israel Broomrape - protected (12.500), cucumbers (12.500), cut flowers and bulbs - protected (52.330), cut flowers - open field (23.292), melons - protected and open field (35.000), strawberry fruit - Sharon and Gaza (41.875), strawberry runners - Sharon and Gaza (27.000), sweet potatoes (20.000)

Table B
Permitted levels of production and consumption for 2011 (metric tonnes)

Australia 5.950
Canada 2.084
Israel 224.497

Table C
Agreed critical-use categories for 2012 (metric tonnes)

Australia Strawberry runners (29.760), rice (3.653)
Canada Mills (11.020), strawberry runners (Prince Edward Island) (5.261)
Japan Chestnuts (3.489), cucumbers (26.162), ginger - field (42.235), ginger - protected (6.558), melons (67.936), peppers - green and hot (61.154), watermelons (12.075)
United States of America Commodities (2.419), National Pest Management Association food-processing structures (0.200), mills and processors (74.510), dried cured pork (3.730), cucurbits (59.500), eggplant - field (6.904), forest nursery seedlings (34.230), nursery stock - fruit, nuts, flowers (1.591), orchard replants (18.324), ornamentals (48.164), peppers - field (28.366), strawberry - field (678.004), strawberry runners (3.752), tomatoes - field (54.423), sweet potato slips (8.709)

Table D
Permitted levels of production and consumption for 2012 (metric tonnes)

Australia 33.413
Canada 16.281
Japan 219.609
United States of America 922.826*

[* Minus available stocks.]