Field Inspection, Export & Phytosanitary Certification


Field Inspection



ISDA conducts field inspection on a wide variety of crops each year. Inspection applications are handled out of the Boise office for western Idaho northward to the Canadian border, and out of the Twin Falls office for all of eastern Idaho. Field inspection is mainly used for export certification purposes. However, all bean seed crops planted in Idaho must be field inspected.



Apply for Field Inspections with the Map Application System (MAPS).

To apply for a MAPS Username and Password please contact our Field Services Office at 208-332-8650.


Export and Phytosanitary Certification



Phytosanitary Certification facilitates export of agricultural products and may be required to meet the requirements of an importing county or state. At the request of industry the ISDA inspects shipments and issues phytosanitary certificates for both foreign and state importing markets.


To obtain a Phytosanitary Certificate (phyto), each shipment must be inspected and an application must be submitted. Additionally you may need a field inspection, official treatment, and/or official sampling and lab testing performed in order to meet the entry requirements of the importing county or state.



Please call the office nearest you to arrange for a phyto inspection.

Boise: 208-332-8629
Twin Falls: 208-736-3032



Far West Spearmint Oil Administrative Committee

Idaho Alfalfa and Clover Seed Commission (IACSC)

Idaho Apple Commission
Idaho Bean Commission
Idaho Cherry Commission
Idaho Crop Improvement Association, Inc. (ICIA)
Idaho-Eastern Oregon Seed Association (IEOSA)

Idaho Mint Growers Association (IMGA)