Can I bring seeds to Sri Lanka on air plane ?

Brenda_Maddumage_facebook . Posted in Law and Regulations 2186 4 Comments

I am planning to visit my mum in Sri lanka. My mother likes gardening and she has requested me to bring few vegetable seeds and flower seeds when I visit her. I am going from Canada by air and I can easily buy vegetable and flower seeds here in Canada which are very good.
I am sure my mum will like to grow them and she will have a good harvest. But I just heard that there are regulations on importing seeds and other live plants and animals to Sri Lanka.
I want to know the exact information in this regard as I do not want to run into unnecessary troubles at the air port.

4 thoughts on “Can I bring seeds to Sri Lanka on air plane ?”

  1. Admin says:

    Plant and plants products (Seeds) are restricted items to Sri Lanka. You will at least have to declare them at the custom.

  2. Samson says:

    Yes it is restricted item and they usually do not allow. Even people who import plants and seeds have to get a special permission. Also, they are very strict on GM (Genetically modified) plants.

  3. Susantha Peeris says:

    i like to grow some mulberries and blueberries at my home. How can i get some, and how much will it cost.
    Thanks,

    susantha

  4. shibly says:

    I want to import flower seed from India. What should I do?shibly

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