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Hours of Operation
Monday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: By Appointment Only
Areas We Cover

With our HQ based in Youngtown Arizona we cover all parts of Arizona including:

Prices Starting At:

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Tucson: $495

Sahuarita $545

Tubac: $600

Bull Head City: $665

Globe: $425

Flagstaff: $513

Prescott: $400

Pinetop: $673

Winslow: $683

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​© 2023 by Canyon State Hauling

Canyon State Hauling
11551 W Retheford Rd
Youngtown, AZ 85363
Phone: 602-570-9217
Email: paul@canyonstatehauling.com

STATE RESTRICTIONS ON MOVING PLANTS

What should I know before moving plants across state lines?

Many countries and states have their own regulations on plants. Follow these rules to make sure you don’t risk fines when moving plants across state lines.

GYPSY MOTHS

USDA requires an inspection and certificate when you move from a state infested with the gypsy moth to a non-infested state. The inspection applies to all common outdoor items that may carry the gypsy moth.
Your Canyon State Hauling Professional Van Operator will keep the certificate during the move and be ready to present it at any time. 

STATE RESTRICTIONS

Some states regulate the transport of certain plants. California, Arizona, and Florida are especially known for rigid restrictions on transporting plants.
Check with your state's department of natural resources to learn what you should know before you move plants to another state. You can also find answers on these websites:

STERILIZED POTTING SOILS

Most states require plants coming in to be grown indoors in sterilized potting soil, which you can find at your local lawn and garden shop. The label will help choose the right loam, peat, or sand mixture for your plant.

CUTTINGS

Cuttings offer an alternative to moving your plants. Wrap the cuttings in wet moss and newspaper and place them in unsealed bags. Place the bags in a carton and fill in around them with light packing material. Cuttings can survive several days of travel and take root when potted at your new home.tate