Oregon Grape Quarantine

The quarantine places restrictions on the importation of all parts of the grapevine into Oregon including the harvested fruit. In 2014, the Oregon Department of Agriculture consolidated its various quarantines into one document. To view the grape quarantine, scroll down to quarantine OAR 603-052-0051.

2015 Oregon Pest Alert – Gill’s Mealybug: This publication is provided by the Oregon Department of Agriculture and focuses on the Gill’s mealybug, a vineyard pest recently found in Jackson County.

2016 Pest Management Guide for Wine Grapes in Oregon: This publication is revised annually to include the newest information on pest control for diseases, insects, weeds, and vertebrate pests.

Oregon and Washington Grape Compliance Agreement

Just prior to harvest in 2010 the Oregon Department of Agriculture (ODA) and Washington State Agriculture Department (WSDA) officials signed an agreement allowing harvested grapes to be imported into Oregon without the accompanying phystosanitary certificate stipulated in the above mentioned Oregon Grape Quarantine. All other grapevine plant parts however, must adhere to the Oregon Grape Quarantine.