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Old 11-21-2018, 06:27 PM   #1
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Growing vegetables

I like growing vegetables (haven't tried strawberries yet, but will) in a small hydroponic garden. I know when I fly, some states have issues with crossing state lines with fruits and vegetables, but does that apply in an RV as well? I don't see myself (at least initially) going to Canada, so my question applies strictly to the U.S.
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At the California border you will be stopped and asked if you have any fruits or vegetables in your RV. They will take them from you.

California is one of the largest producers of fruits and vegetables and they want to keeps bugs/diseases out of here.
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At the California border you will be stopped and asked if you have any fruits or vegetables in your RV. They will take them from you.

California is one of the largest producers of fruits and vegetables and they want to keeps bugs/diseases out of here.

Yep...16 agricultural inspection stations (one at each entry into CA)


FL has 23 ag stations....one on each road coming in to FL
BUT RVs ...trailers/MHs etc do NOT have to stop
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