114. Dealing with infected crops.

Orders relating to the control of pests1 may enable an inspector authorised by the Secretary of State and the Welsh Ministers2:

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    (1)     in the case of any specified pest which has been introduced into Great Britain, to remove or destroy any crop3, or any seed, plant or part thereof, which has on it or is infected with the pest, or to or by means of which the pest is likely to spread4, and generally to take such steps as he may think expedient in connection with any crop, or any seed, plant or part thereof, for preventing the spread