The legislature finds that the production of high quality certified seed potatoes
within the state requires conditions that are as free as possible from insect pests
and plant diseases and that ensuring these conditions exist is in the public interest. The legislature further finds that the production of other potatoes intermixed with
or in close proximity to a concentrated seed potato production area poses an increased
risk of introduction of plant diseases and insect pests.
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