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Export of plant materials sri lanka

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Export of plant materials sri lanka

  1. 1. Export of Plant Materials Sri Lanka ; A brief review Pabasara Gunawardane AS 2011164
  2. 2. Contents  Introduction  Product assortment  Export performances and statistics  Illegal exports  Law enforcement  Drawbacks  References
  3. 3. Sri Lanka  A Tropical country Endowed with different climatic conditions Range of floricultural product is vast From tropical to temperate
  4. 4. Product assortment  Cut decorative foliage  Agalonema  Adiantum etc.  Draceana
  5. 5.  Cut flowers  Carnations  Lily  Roses  Chrysanthemum  Orchids  Heliconia
  6. 6. Aquarium plants ◦ Cryptocoryne ◦ Echinodorus ◦ Anubias
  7. 7. Landscaping plants Tissue cultured plants Ornamental foliage plants Flower seeds
  8. 8. Export performances Source; Sri Lanka Business Portal
  9. 9. Major markets Source; Sri Lanka Business Portal
  10. 10. Contribution of floriculture Source; Sri Lanka Business Portal
  11. 11. Composition of exports Source; Sri Lanka Business Portal
  12. 12. Can anything export???? NO !!!!! Need a forest department approved export permit. And also the nursery must have the department approval The permit issued by senior deputy conservator (protection & law enforcement)
  13. 13. Illegal exports Walla Patta (Gyrinopus walla) Sandalwood (Santalum album), Kothala Himbutu (Salacia reticulata)
  14. 14. Law enforcement •Forest ordinance •Flora & fauna protection ordinance •Customs ordinance •Plant protection act •CITES •BCNP
  15. 15. Drawbacks  Outdated forest legislation..  Wildlife policy is not supported by legislation.  Excessive emphasis on regulatory “command and control” mechanisms  Lack of corresponding legislation in other sectors, particularly in agriculture.  Lack of interagency linkages.  Forest legislation and other legislations that may impact forestry are not well coordinated.  Forest and wildlife legislations do not classify forests and protected areas clearly.  Lack of transparency and participation
  16. 16. Recommendations  Educate community  Strengthen the law enforcement  A good interconnection between law enforcement institutes  Updating rules and regulations according to current situations.
  17. 17. References  Mr. Weragoda W.A.C., Senior Deputy Conservator of Forests, Department of forest conservation, Sri Lanka.  Floriculture,(2013) Sri lanka export development board available from http://www.srilankabusiness.com/find-sri- lankan-suppliers/product-profiles/foliage-and-cut-flowers  Bandaratilleke, H.M. ,National Forest policy review available from http://www.scribd.com/doc/27047662/national-forest- policy-review-sri-lanka  Weerasekera, P.(2002) Customs law of Sri Lanka. Rajagiriya
  18. 18. References • http://www.news.lk/features/political/8480-walla-patta-plant-its-use- and-the-current-status • http://newsfirst.lk/english/tag/red-sandalwood • http;//customs.gov.lk
  19. 19. Thank You !!!!!

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