|STT||Commodity||Plant Part||Port(s) of Entry|
|1||Aloe||Above-ground parts||All Ports|
|2||Bat Nut or Devil Pod||Fruit||All Ports|
|3||Cannonball Fruit||Fruit||All Ports|
|4||Chinese Water Chestnut||Tuber||All Ports|
|5||Corn Smut Galls||Gall||All Ports|
|6||Cyperus Corm||Corm||All Ports|
|7||Dragon Fruit / Pitahaya / Pitaya||Fruit||Continental U.S. Ports|
|8||Edible Flowers||Inflorescence||All Ports|
|9||Garlic||Peeled cloves||All Ports|
|10||Ginger||Rhizome; Root||All Ports|
|12||Litchi||Cluster of fruit; Fruit||Continental U.S. Ports, Except Florida|
|13||Longan||Cluster of fruit; Fruit||Continental U.S. Ports, Except Florida|
|15||Mango||Fruit||Continental U.S. Ports|
|16||Matsutake||Above-ground parts||All Ports|
|17||Mushroom||Above-ground parts||All Ports|
|18||Palm Heart||Palm heart||All Ports|
|19||Peanut||Nut; Pod; Raw||All Ports|
|20||Rambutan||Cluster of fruit; Fruit||All Ports Except Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands|
|21||Singhara Nut||Nut||All Ports|
|22||St. John’s Bread||Pod||All Ports|
|23||Star Apple||Fruit||All Ports Except Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands|
|26||Water Chestnut||Corm||All Ports|
Corm: Underground stem, such as that of the taro, similar to a bulb but without the scales. A solid swollen part of a stem, usually subterranean, as the so-called “bulb” of Crocus and Gladiolus.
Palm heart: The edible, white, inner portion of the stem and growing bud of palm trees.
Nut: A hard shelled, woody-textured, one-celled fruit that does not split open (e.g. acorn, coconut, or macadamia nut).
Gall: A large swelling on plant tissues caused by the invasion of parasites, such as fungi or bacteria, following puncture by an insect.
Cluster of fruit: Fruit including the leaves, peduncles (stem that connects the individual fruit to the main stem), and rachises (main stem of the cluster of fruit).
Inflorescence: The mode of arrangement of the flowers on a plant; the flowering part of a plant; the coming into flower of a plant.
Bulb: A mass of overlapping membranous or fleshy leaves on a short stem base enclosing one or more buds that may develop under suitable conditions into new plants and constituting the resting stage of many plants, such as the onion.
Above-ground parts: All parts of a plant growing above ground.
Fruit: Ripened ovary of a seed-bearing plant.
Leaf: An above-ground plant organ specialized for photosynthesis.
Pod: A structure that contains the seeds or flowers of a plant (eg. seed pod, flower pod)
Root: That portion of the plant axis lacking nodes and leaves and usually found below the ground.
Tuber: A short, thick, usually but not always subterranean stem or branch bearing buds or “eyes” and serving as a storage organ, as in the potato.
Peeled cloves: Free of their papery skin.
Rhizome: A horizontal plant stem, growing beneath the surface, and usually covered with dormant buds, as in fresh ginger
Source: USDA – United States Department of Agriculture