The purpose of this chapter is to provide a strong system for the exclusion of plant
and bee pests and diseases through regulation of movement and quarantines of infested
areas to protect the forest, agricultural, horticultural, floricultural, and apiary
industries of the state; plants and shrubs within the state; and the environment
of the state from the impact of insect pests, plant pathogens, noxious weeds, and
bee pests and the public and private costs that result when these infestations become
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