Plant Protection Regulation 2011

Original Language Title: Pflanzenschutzverordnung 2011

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299. Regulation of the Federal Minister for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management on measures against the movement of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (phytosanitary regulation 2011)

On the basis of §§ 4 para 4, 6, 14 para 1 Nos. of 2, 16, 17 par. 3 and 4, 19 paragraph of 3, 29 par. of 2, 30 par. of 4, 34 para. 5 and 7, 35 para of 4, 38 par. 1, 40 para. 4 and 45 of the plant protection act 2011, Federal Law Gazette I no. 10, is - in terms of section 20 in agreement with the Federal Minister of finance - prescribed :

1 section

General information

Registration and authorization

§ 1. The applications for registration in the official directory in the sense of § 14 of the plant protection act of 2011 and the authorization for the use of plant passports within the meaning of section 18 of the plant protection act of 2011 are to submit in writing.

Advanced registration

2. (1) the producers of the products listed in paragraph 2 or, if necessary, the collection or shipping points in the field of production have 2011 to apply for the registration in the official directory no. 2 of the plant protection act in accordance with article 14, paragraph 1.

(2) in the case of following products the application referred to in paragraph 1 must: 1. tubers of Solanum tuberosum L., other than seed potatoes, 2. fruits of citrus L., Fortunella Swingle and Poncirus RAF. as well as planting of Viburnum spp., Camellia spp. certain their hybrids, 3 for planting. and Rhododendron spp., except 4. planting seeds for each specific nitar Planch., except rhododendron plants or parts of plants of the genus Castanea mill., other than fruit and seeds, 5. plants, other than fruits and seeds, rooted at the base has over 5 cm in diameter, species of areca catechu, Queen romanzoffianum (Cham) BECC, harangue pinnata, Borassus flabellifer, Brahea armata, Butia capitata , Calamus merillii, Caryota maxima, Caryota cumingii, Chamaerops humilis, Cocos nucifera, Corypha gebanga, Corypha elata, Elaeis guineensis, Howea forsteriana, Jubea chilensis, Livistona australis, Livistona decipiens, made tapioca, Oreodoxa regia, Phoenix canariensis, Phoenix dactylifera, Phoenix theophrasti, Phoenix sylvestris, Sabal umbraculifera, Trachycarpus fortunei and Washingtonia spp., 6 for planting certain plants of the genus Brugmansia pers. Spp. and the species Solanum jasminoides Paxton, 7 for planting certain plants of the genus Pinus L. and the species Pseudotsuga menziesii, and including their seed, 8 for planting certain plants, other than seeds, of Acer spp., Aesculus hippocastanum, Alnus spp., Betula spp., Carpinus spp., citrus spp., Corylus spp., Cotoneaster spp., Fagus spp., Lagerstroemia spp., Malus spp., Platanus spp., Populus spp., Prunus spp.. , Pyrus spp., Salix spp.. and Ulmus spp., and 9 seeds of Medicago sativa L.

Specific programmes

§ 3 (1) the official investigation (§ 23 para 1 subpara 2 and para. 2 of the plant protection act 2011) can consignments of plants, plant products and other objects in one of the Federal Office for forests in the case of forestry plants or plant products listed in annex of the Forestry Act of 1975, in the case of other than forest plants, plant products or other objects by the Federal Agency for food security decision approved destination be carried , if the importer pursuant to § 14 para 1 meets No. 4 of the plant protection act 2011 specific guarantees and is accompanied by a transport document in accordance with annex 6. In the case of forestry plants or plant products in accordance with the annex to the Forestry Act 1975, Federal Law Gazette No. 440/1975, the Federal Office for forests in the official journal of the Federal Office for forests, in case of other than forest plants, plant products or other objects has the Federal Office for food security in the official news of the Federal Agency for food security to lay down following details: 1. the procedure for the authorisation of destinations;

2. the specific guarantees, the a broadcast, which will be officially investigated an approved destination, has to meet, and 3. the minimum requirements which the destination has to meet.

(2) admission regulation platforms 2004, Federal Law Gazette II No. 186, have in the annex of to Directive 98/22/EC minimum requirements for carrying out plant health checks of plants, plant products, imported from third countries or other objects within the community on bodies other than those of the place of destination (OJ No. L 126 of 28.4 1998 S 26) to comply with established requirements. (B) of the plant protection act 2011 has a phytosanitary certificate, 2004/105/EC corresponding to the model set out in annex I to the directive, to accompany consignments of plants, plant products and other objects listed in annex V part from third countries.

(3) tubers of Solanum are cloth L. originating in Egypt "use only for dining purposes or industrial purposes" with the inscription to mark; Furthermore, is the labelling to indicate the Egyptian origin of the tubers. The remains from the packaging or processing these tubers are to treat the provisions made known by the Federal Agency for food security in the "official news of the Federal Agency for food security". The relevant competent authority is in regard to a possible latent infection with Ralstonia solanacearum entitled to supervise the proper treatment of the remains from the packaging or processing such tubers according to the regulations issued by the Federal Agency for food security. Who purchase terms-packed tubers of Solanum cloth L. originating in Egypt or processed, is obliged to report to the competent official body. The message has to be that the responsible official body may make a corresponding control in sufficient time before the start of the packaging or processing. The message shall contain at least the following information: 1. the full text of the companies;

2. the address of the premises in the cloth L. originating in Egypt packed the tubers of Solanum or processed should be;

3. the exact period of the packaging or processing of tubers of Solanum tuberosum L. originating in Egypt.

(4) the following planting certain plants, each, other than seeds, originating in third countries other than the United States may be moved within the community only with a plant passport in accordance with § 6 para 4: 1 Viburnum spp..;

2. Camellia spp..;

3. Rhododendron spp., other than rhododendron simsii Planch.

(5) the following plants, each may be moved other than fruits and seeds, originating in the United States, in the community only with a plant passport in accordance with § 6 para 5: 1 Acer macrophyllum (Pursh);

2. Acer pseudoplatanus L.;

3. Adiantum aleuticum (Rupr.) Paris;

4. Adiantum jordanii C. waste.;

5. Aesculus californica (SPACH) Nutt.;

6 Aesculus hippocastanum L.;

7 Arbutus menziesii (Pursh);

8 Arbutus unedo L.;

9 Arctostaphylos spp. Adans;

10 Calluna vulgaris (l.) Hull;

11 Camellia spp. L.;

12 Castanea sativa mill.;

13 Fagus sylvatica L.;

14 Frangula californica (Eschsch.) Gray;

15 Frangula purshiana (DC.) Cooper;

16 Fraxinus excelsior L.;

17 g. littoralis (Raoul);

18 Hamamelis virginiana L.;

19 Heteromeles arbutifolia (Lindley) M. Romans;

20 Kalmia latifolia L., 21 Laurus nobilis L.;

22 Leucothoë spp. D. Don, 23 Lithocarpus densiflorus (hook. & ARN.) Rehd.;

24 Lonicera hispidula (Lindl.) Doug. ex Torr. & Gray;

25 Magnolia spp. L.;

26 Michelia doltsopa book.-ham. ex DC;

27 Nothofagus obliqua (Mirbel) flower;

28 osmanthus heterophyllus (G. Don) P. S. Green;

29 Parrotia persica (DC) C.A. Meyer;.

30 photinia x fraseri dress;

31 Pieris spp. D. Don;

32. Pseudotsuga menziesii (Mirbel) Franco;

33. Quercus spp. L.;

34. Rhododendron spp. L., other than rhododendron simsii Planch.;

35. Rosa gymnocarpa Nutt.;

36. Salix caprea L.;

37. Sequoia sempervirens (Lamb. ex D. Don) ENDL.;

38. Syringa vulgaris L.;

39. Taxus spp. L.;

40. Trientalis latifolia (hook.);

41. Umbellularia californica (hook. & ARN.) Nutt.;

42. Vaccinium ovatum (Pursh);

43. Viburnum spp. L. (6) who purchase terms-grow tubers of Solanum cloth L. originating in Poland, packaged, processed or brings in traffic, is obliged to report to the local competent official body. The notification referred to in paragraph 1 is to the locally competent official body not later than one working day prior to the arrival of the tubers of Solanum cloth L.. The locally responsible official body can perform 2011 official investigations of tubers of Solanum cloth L. originating in Poland also different as an interim measure of protection by article 20 of the plant protection act.

(7) for planting certain plants or parts of plants of the genus Castanea mill., other than fruit and seeds, originating in non-member countries or of the community, may be moved within the community only with a plant passport in accordance with article 8, paragraph 8.

(8) for planting certain plants or parts of plants of the genus Castanea mill., other than fruits and seeds, originating in third countries may be imported only in the community, if they are 1 of a phytosanitary certificate in accordance with § 25 of the plant protection act, 2011 accompanied, in the field "Additional declaration" confirmed, that the plant continuously in production places a)

are allowed in countries, where an occurrence of besides kuriphilus Yasumatsu is not known, or b) in a recognized stood are by the national plant protection organization of the country of origin according to the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures as free from besides kuriphilus Yasumatsu, and in the field "Origin", the name of this pest-free area is specified, and 2. for imports into the community in accordance with article 23 of the plant protection act 2011 controlled and were assessed as free from besides kuriphilus Yasumatsu.

(9) the following plants, by about 5 cm with a diameter other than fruits and seeds, rooted at the base, must be spent in the Union without a plant passport in accordance with § 8 para 9: 1. areca catechu;

2. Queen romanzoffianum (Cham) BECC;

3. harangue pinnata;

4. Borassus flabellifer;

5. Brahea armata;

6 Butia capitata;

7 calamus merillii;

8 Caryota maxima;

9 Caryota cumingii;

10 Chamaerops humilis;

11 Cocos nucifera;

12 Corypha gebanga;

13 Corypha elata;

14 Elaeis guineensis;

15 Howea forsteriana;

16 Jubea chilensis;

17 Livistona australis;

18 Livistona decipiens;

19 tapioca made;

20 Oreodoxa regia;

21 Phoenix canariensis;

22 Phoenix dactylifera;

23 Phoenix theophrasti;

24 Phoenix sylvestris;

25 Sabal umbraculifera;

26 Trachycarpus fortunei and 27 Washingtonia spp.

(10) the following for planting certain plants may be moved within the community only with a plant passport in accordance with § 8 para 10: 1 Brugmansia pers. SPP;

2. Solanum jasminoides Paxton.

(13) the following plants intended for planting, including their seeds, may be moved within the community only with a plant passport in accordance with § 8 para 11: 1 Pinus L.;

2. Pseudotsuga menziesii.

(11) the following plants intended for planting, other than seeds, originating in third countries or in demarcated areas referred to in articles 2 and 5 of Commission decision 2008/840/EC as amended by decision 2010/380/EC, may be moved within the community only with a plant passport in accordance with § 8 paragraph 12: 1 Acer spp..;

2. Aesculus hippocastanum;

3. Alnus spp..;

4 Betula spp..;

5. Carpinus spp.;

6 citrus spp.;

7 Corylus spp.;

8 cotoneaster spp..;

9 Fagus spp..;

10 Lagerstroemia spp..;

11 Malus spp..;

12 Platanus spp..;

13 Populus spp..;

14 Prunus spp..;

15 of the Pyrus spp..;

16 Salix spp..;

17 Ulmus spp.

Notification of complaints

4. (1) a complaint stating that all consignments of plants, plant products or other objects, or parts of it with origin from third countries 2011 match not the provisions of the plant protection act, is at the latest on the second working day after the date of the complaint in the case of a refusal in accordance with article 30, paragraph 1 No. 1 of the plant protection act 2011 however immediately 1. the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, environment and water management , 2. the concerned official agencies to report.

(2) the notification referred to in paragraph 1 is to 1 the affected entry points, 2. the central authorities of the other Member States, 3 the European Commission to forward.

(3) the period referred to in paragraph 1 shall not apply in the case of a breach of the obligation to submit of a phytosanitary certificate or further shipment certificate (sections 23 Z 1 and 24 No. 1 of the plant protection act of 2011).

(4) the Federal Minister receives for agriculture and forestry, environment and water management the message of a complaint by another Member State, this message is immediately to the concerned authorities to forward.

(5) the notification of an objection has to be made using the form set out in annex 1.

Requirements for inspection bodies

5. (1) the supervisory bodies have to have the expertise and the required expertise for the identification of harmful organisms.

(2) as the supervisory bodies that 2011 execution of the plant protection act for others as forestry plants and plant products in accordance with the annex to the Forestry Act 1975 to provide (in the following "agricultural area"), training can be ordered only to persons with below listed: 1. graduates from universities or universities of applied sciences of the study agriculture, horticulture, fruit and wine, or biology;

2. graduates of vocational high schools in the fields of agriculture, horticulture, orchards and vineyards;

3. graduates of relevant colleges, agricultural master and master gardener with proven at least three years experience in the field of crop production including the pest management or plant health assessment;

4. graduates of other fields of study, other higher schools (for example, AHS) or other persons, each with proven to at least five years experience in the field of crop production including the pest management or plant health assessment.

(3) as supervisory bodies, which have 2011 forestry plants or plant products listed in annex to the Forestry Act 1975 to buy some for the completion of the plant protection Act (hereinafter: "forest sector"), only people with below-guided training can be ordered: 1. graduates of the study of forestry;

2. graduates of vocational higher education (specialization forestry);

3. graduates of forestry specialist schools (forest wardens, forestry master);

4. graduates of other fields of study, other higher schools (for example, AHS) or other persons, each with proven to at least five years experience in the field of crop production including the pest management or plant health assessment.

(4) a professional training for supervisory bodies, that has to be done before the control activity, has knowledge of 1 of the relevant regulations, 2. on harmful organisms (symptoms, distinguishing features, host plants, biology, dissemination), 3. the organisational and practical procedure of the control activity, 4. review carried out measures, as well as 5 documentation of the official control to mediate and has for the agricultural sector by the Federal Agency for food security , be carried out by the Federal Office of forest for the forestry sector.

(5) a professional training and subsequent training of supervisory bodies has regularly, taking into account the current phytosanitary situation and focus-like themes, but annually if possible to be carried out. The training can be done for the agricultural sector in the Austrian Agency for health and food security GmbH, in the forest area in the federal research and training centre for forests, natural hazards and landscape.

Official examinations

Section 6 (1) has the official investigation in operation, to take place preferably on the site of production and is to perform with regard to the relevant plants, plant products and other objects which are grown, produced or used or otherwise are available in the operation, as well as the nutrient substrate used.

(2) details on the implementation of the official investigation of frequency, time, and methodology of the official investigation including specimen collection relating to the agricultural sector are by the Federal Agency for food security in the directive ' official plant-health check in operation - agricultural area "(abbreviation"Compendium LW"), which published is in the"official news of the Federal Agency for food security"to set.

(3) details on the implementation of the official investigation concerning frequency, timing and methodology of the official investigation including sampling on the forest area are from the Federal Office for forests in the directive ' official plant-health check in operation - forest area "(abbreviation"Policy forest"), which published is in the official journal of the Federal Office for forests to set.

(4) in the course of official site survey, compliance to the regulations of the registry notification, in particular with regard to the type of operation (for example, an importer, producer or internment camps) the application of the reach of authorization (for example, plant passport, reserve plant passport, replacement plant passport) as well as terms and conditions to check are already registered companies. Any change is, unless reported not heard of the operation itself, to notify the competent authority of the respective State.

(5) the supervisory body has the template 1. a plan of the premises, in particular the individual quarters brought up to date, 2. cultivation plans of the previous or next season (that is, in some cases at least two seasons before the official investigation), 3 books with full details about the production, storage, shipment, and details on acquisitions (third countries, internal market) of the control plants, plant products or other objects , 4 by results of any sample, which in official laboratories according to international standards have been tested are 5 lists of in-house musters, 6 of the plant passports, reserve plant passports or replacement plant passports of last year, 7 of the plant passports obtained from acquisitions last year and 8.

Proof that any additional requirements in the permit have been met to demand.

(7) the control body on the basis of the operating plan and according to the specifications of the compendium LW or forestry policy has the storage and production rooms, glass houses, check boxes, and other production facilities. The main focus is on those districts to put in those plants pass subject goods are produced. At the same time, it is to determine whether the plant stocks to own production or acquisitions from Member States or from third countries.

(8) after completion of the official investigation is an investigation Protocol, the all data about the control and their results - including any arranged official measures - includes writing. If necessary, additional information to record the State of infestation or the growth stage of the plant such as in optical symptoms in the study protocol.

(9) the Protocol is to be signed by the control body and countersigned by the responsible person of the company. The body has to forward the log to the official plant protection service of the country; There, the log is to be kept.

2. section

Plant Passport

General information

(Section 7 (1) the plant Passport consists of 1 a label on which to lead are at least the following information: a). EC plant Passport;

b). code of the Member State;

c). the name or code of the responsible official body;

d). identification number of the operation;

e). serial number or week or number of the lot;

as well as 2 has to include an accompanying document or a label, the further information following in addition to the indications referred to in subpara 1: a). botanical name;

b). quantity;

c). the mark "ZP" passport validity area and code; spent the protected areas as defined in annex 3, in which the product

d). when replacing a passport marking 'RP' and code for the originally registered producer or importer;

e). for products from third countries name of origin or the exporting country.

(3) pattern for labels referred to in paragraph 1 are given in annex 2.

(4) the registration number (§ 14 para 5 of the plant protection act 2011) will be lit from the information referred to in paragraph 1 Z 1. b to d formed.

(5) the prescribed particulars are preferably in printed form in at least one of the official languages of the European Union. For the information required, only capital letters can be used with pre-printed plant passports. In all other cases, the plant passports in capital letters or entirely in capital letters are to be completed. The botanical names of plants or plant products must be entered in Latin characters. The plant passport is invalidated, if information were changed or deleted without official permission.

(6) the label may have been not used yet and must consist of a material suitable for the intended purpose. The label is under the responsibility of registered operations at the plants, plant products or other objects, their packaging or their transport vehicles to install so, that it can not be reused.

(7) each document typically used in commercial transactions should be an accompanying document. The accompanying document is not necessary if the information required on the label appear. Other than prescribed, that are of importance for labelling purposes, can also be made in the accompanying document, shall separate much of the information required.

Plant passport for special purposes

8. (1) certain plants, plant products or other objects for one or more protected areas have been approved, so or the codes of these protected areas in addition to the abbreviation is "ZP" ("zona protecta") passport to enter and to specify that the plant passport for plants, plant products or other objects which are approved for one or more protected areas has been issued.

(2) a plant passport is to be issued for plants, plant products and other objects originating in third countries, so a plant passport in accordance with § 5 to use paragraph 1 and in the name of origin or, where appropriate, of the shipping country for that purpose to enter.

(3) should a plant passport will be replaced by another (Exchange pass), the plant Passport referred to in article 7, paragraph 1 shall be used, where to enter is the code for the originally registered producer or importer on the plant passport in addition to the abbreviation 'RP' ('replacement passport'), which means that this plant Passport replaces another.

(4) the introduction of plants pursuant to § 3 para 4 is allowed, 2011 only 2002/757/EC for the implementation of the decision as amended by decision 2007/201/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport.

(5) the introduction of plants according to § 3 para 5 is for the implementation of decision 2002/757/EC as amended by decision 2007/201/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act 2011 only permissible if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport, which certifies that the plants imported into the community on infection with non-European isolates of the harmful organism Phytophtora ramorum Werres , DeCock & man in't Veld ´ sp. Nov. tested and found free from the harmful organism in. In this case is the application for authorization pursuant to § 18 of the plant protection act 2011 which relevant findings to present otherwise is the motion to dismiss.

(6) the introduction of plants according to § 2 para 2 Z 3 originating in the community is by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act 2011 allowed only if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport for the implementation of decision 2002/757/EC as amended by decision 2007/201/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, and in no. 3 of the annex of to decision 2002/757/EC as amended by decision 2007/201/EC listed conditions are met.

(7) the introduction of seeds from 1. Helianthus annuus L., 2. Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw., 3. Phaseolus L., 4. Medicago sativa L., as well as for planting certain tubers of Solanum is by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act cloth L. 2011 also allowed, when to place the plants pass on them, their packaging or the means of transport an official label in accordance with the seed Act 1997, Federal Law Gazette I no. 72, attached is, is confirmed with the that the requirements of section 11 of the plant protection act of 2011 and in particular for planting tubers of Solanum cloth L. about beyond the Requirements of § 12 of the plant protection act are 2011 met, where the relevant seed label anyway, the indication "EC plant Passport" has.

(8) the introduction of plants in accordance with article 3, paragraph 9 is allowed, 2011 only 2006/464/EC, for the implementation of the decision in particular to secure their origins, by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport attesting that the plants 1 originating in the mentioned region of production have stood without interruption or since their introduction into the community at a place of production in a Member State , in which an occurrence of besides kuriphilus Yasumatsu is not known or 2 without interruption or since their introduction into the community at a production site in an area have stood, that has been recognized by the national plant protection service in a Member State under the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures as free from besides kuriphilus Yasumatsu.

(9) the introduction of plants according to § 2 para 2 Z 5 is for the implementation of decision 2007/365/EC in the version of the decision 2010/467/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act 2011 only permissible, if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport and the 2007/365/EC in the version of the decision 2010/467/EC referred to in no. 2 of annex 1 of the decision Conditions are fulfilled.

(10) the introduction of plants according to § 2 para 2 is 2011 only allowed no. 6 for the implementation of decision 2007/410/EC, in particular to secure their origins, by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport and 2007/410/EC listed the conditions are satisfied in no. 2 of the annex of to decision.


(11) the introduction of plants according to § 2 para 2 is 2011 unless permitted by article 17 of the plant protection act Z 7 for the implementation of decision 2007/433/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, by way of derogation if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is mounted on them, their packaging or the means of transport, and II of the annex 1 of the decision 2007/433/EC listed the conditions are satisfied in Z.

(12) the introduction of plants according to § 2 para 2 Z 8 originating in third countries or in demarcated areas referred to in articles 2 and 5 of Commission decision 2008/840/EC as amended by decision 2010/380/EC is a 2011 only permissible by way of derogation from article 17 of the plant protection act for the implementation of decision 2008/840/EC as amended by decision 2010/380/EC, in particular to ensure their origin, that if a plant passport valid for the territory concerned is attached to them, their packaging or the means of transport and Nos. 1 and 2 of annex I of to decision 2008/840/EC listed the conditions are satisfied in section II.

Marking of packaging wood

§ 9 (1) has the marking of packaging wood to match one of the patterns listed in annex 4, which however only debarked wood may be used. Debarking is the process where bark is removed of round timber, where the wood is not necessarily completely free of bark; It may small pieces of bark on the wood with but none of the pieces must be greater than 3 cm in width or, if one of the pieces is greater than 3 cm in width, the total has to be but smaller than 50 square centimetres remain.

(2) the labelling must include the following: 1 the symbol protected by the FAO (food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations) (each left-hand column of the figure in annex 6, Word figurative mark including the word element "IPPC");

2. the two-digit ISO country code (AT), followed by an identifiable number that the locally competent authority the producer or handler of the packaging wood, which responsible is that appropriate, properly marked wood is used, 2011 assigns (each right column shown in annex 4); according to § 35 of the plant protection act This number is by the ISO country code anyway, by a hyphen to separate and must begin to incorporate paragraph 8 as the encoding of the plant protection division wood subsequently and to end; a combination of digit identifying the respective operating with a letter code for the country of the Federal

3. recognized abbreviation for the each applied measure (each right column shown in annex 4): a) HT (heat treatment) for heat treatment, b) KD (kiln-drying) for technical drying, c) CPI (chemical pressure enhanced) for chemical pressure impregnation or d) MB (methyl bromide) for fumigation with methyl bromide.

The left column is to separate anyway, by a vertical line of inland from the right column.

(3) within the marking, no other information may be included. Producer or handler can add tracking numbers or other information to identify certain areas outside of the marking, unless it is ensured that they do not confuse, mislead or deceive. The marking may be made in any case by hand.

(4) the marking 1 has to be rectangular or square, 2 must be visible to inspectors without AIDS and readable as well as non-transferable fixed and permanent, 3 must be attached to a place, which when used as a packaging wood remains visible, preferably on at least two opposite sides of to identifying packaging wood, and 4th may in the colour red or orange run.

(5) as regards the application of para 2 Z 3 measures apply in following definitions and requirements: 1 HT: heat treatment is the process in which a commodity is, heated until it reaches a minimum temperature for a minimum period of time; It is to make sure that the application of a specific time-temperature scheme achieves a minimum core temperature of 56 ° C for at least 30 minutes packing wood;

2. KD: Technical drying is that process which is dried wood in a closed Chamber under heat or humidity control;

3. CPI: Chemical pressure impregnation is the operation where wood is treated with a chemical preservative under a specific pressure by using steam, hot water or dry heat;

4. MB: a fumigation is that treatment carried out in third countries, where in annex 1 of the international standards for phytosanitary measures no. 15 (FAO, Rome, 2009) are been adhered to prescribed treatments.

(6) the measures referred to in paragraph 5 Z 2 (KD) as well as in accordance with § 5 No. 3 (CPI) may only be applied, according to the State of science and technology to ensure that for the measure referred to in paragraph 5 required treatment outcome Z 1 (HT). The identification of HT is to install anyway.

(7) repaired packaging is packaging wood, getting new components to no more than one-third. While the new components of the packaging wood according to the treatment are individually to mark.

(8) recovered packaging is packaging wood, which receives more than one-third new components. Are to remove all previous selections by sanding or painting over with opaque color and packing wood entirely is to label.

(9) in the labelling of storage wood is to proceed as follows: 1. is packaging wood, which is intended to be used as dunnage, along its entire length in very short intervals to mark, to ensure the presence of the marking when cutting.

2. storage wood, which is already demonstrably treated, is to label of registered producers clearly visible. Wood, whose Beschaffenheit that due to small size, does not allow a proper identification, may be used as dunnage.

Treatment confirmation

§ 10. The form according to annex 5 shall be used for the confirmation of the implementation of treating wood packaging pursuant to § 35 of the plant protection act of 2011.

Login form

§ 11. The form according to annex 7 shall be used for the message of reception of packaging material made of wood originating in non-member countries in accordance with § 10 section 3 of the plant protection act of 2011. The form is to make available to the affected public anyway, also in electronic form.

3. section

Protected areas

Recognition

The following conditions to meet are § 12 (1) for the recognition of an area as a reserve within the meaning of Directive 2000/29/EC: 1 official measures carried out to confirm that none of harmful organisms listed in the annexes of the plant protection act 2011 in the area is endemic or located; be recognised as a protected area for these organisms are

2. the measures referred to in no. 1 are from the Federal Ministry of agriculture and forestry, to monitor environmental and water management, which has to use this the official agencies in accordance with § 3 (1) of the plant protection act.

(2) the list of recognised plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the community is laid down in a regulation of the European Community...

Investigations

Section 13 (1) in article 12, paragraph 1 Z 1-led measures have to include: 1 a study on the biology of the or of the relevant harmful organisms as well as about the agronomic conditions and the environment in the relevant area, with suitable analytical methods including the investigation of the nutrient substrate, carry out the inspection of cultures and, where appropriate, laboratory tests;

2. regular and systematic studies on the occurrence of harmful organisms for which the recognition of an area as a protected area (provided or) is; This has to be an appropriate time, at least once a year to happen;

3. a system for recording the results of the investigation.

(2) the records of investigative procedures, the implementation and the results of investigations are 2011 access to the experts referred to in article 41 of the plant protection act.

(3) the examination procedure and the conduct of investigations are to communicate to the European Commission.

(4) in the case of the investigations referred to in paragraph 1, the usually outdoors are adjoining forestry crops for animal pests, or plant products infested except for nematodes, to take into account the guidelines referred to in section 14.

Guidelines for investigations

Section 14 (1) is the investigation pursuant to § 13 para 4 perform in the area concerned.

(2) the investigation has to be based on the recording of sample data and to include: 1. the establishment of a systematic network of observation points, covering the entire study area.

2.

for each observation point of the recording of the number and exact latitude and longitude, information on the topography and, where appropriate, a description of the site. If necessary, are more information to collect. The observation points can be identified and entered in a map.

(3) for the assessment of an observation point, the following criteria are important: 1. the area around the observation point large enough be to enable a selection of this item;

2. in General, the observation point in this area must be to allow a proper investigation and assessment;

3. in exceptional cases may require other observation points can be selected, for example, places where the risk of introduction of harmful organisms into the territory is particularly large.

(4) where appropriate, meteorological data shall be recorded in particular precipitation and temperature values, as well as soil-related data. These data are preferably to collect at the point of observation. They can be obtained as well as a nearby observation station regularly measures these variables. Special events (drought, heavy rain, etc.) are also to be noted.

(5) the investigation at the observation points has at least 1 a representative number of plants or plant products, 2. one or several host plants mainly affected by the relevant harmful organism or host plant products as well as, where appropriate, other owners and 3. an inspection at a time where the infestation should be strongest, are available to determine if symptoms or signs of infestation by the harmful organisms concerned or the , to cover. In cases of doubt, examine samples in the laboratory.

(6) where appropriate, traps are at observation points to make up, which attract the relevant harmful organisms; Type and number of traps and trapping methods are to send after the pest biology.

(7) if necessary, additional measures may be taken to meet the conditions set out in article 12.

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Exceptions

Products in border areas

§ 15. The provisions of the plant protection act 2011 not apply to imports from third countries for plants, plant products and other objects which are generated within the meaning of the customs regulations in a third country in the immediate vicinity of the customs territory of the community and spent tax-free in the Federal territory; The exception does not apply to plants, plant products and other products in accordance with annex III of the plant protection act 2011.

Small quantities

Section 16 (1) the provisions of the plant protection act 2011 - except those concerning the movement of the plants listed in annex V, part B section II, plant products and other objects in the respective protected areas, as well as section 9 of the plant protection act 2011 - do not apply to small quantities of plants, plant products or other objects referred to in paragraph 2, if they serve the use of the owner or recipient for non-profit-making purposes or for consumption during transport probably are , provided that there is no risk of spreading harmful organisms.

(2) small quantities referred to in paragraph 1 are (per person): 1. products originating in European countries and the countries of the Mediterranean basin: a) packed earth and packed substrate of culture up to 80 litres.

(b) the following plants and plant products, but no more than the stated number:-Houseplants and potted plants 3 piece - balcony plants and garden perennials 10 units - vegetable seedlings 20 units - trees and shrubs 3 piece flower bulbs and flower bulb 1 kg - Christmas trees (cut off) 1 piece - sticks 1 hand bouquet - sticks wreaths, arrangements                                                                                     1 piece - seed bean types 2 kg - seed sunflowers 0.50 kg - true seed of alfalfa and seed corn 0.15 kg - seed of shallots, onions, leeks and chives 0.10 kg - bell peppers, hot peppers and tomato (tomato) 0.01 kg.

2.
folgende sonstige Waren:

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Schnittblumen                                                                                                   1 Strauß (ausgenommen                                                                                                                               Schnittblumen mit                                                                                                                               Herkunft aus Malaysien,                                                                                                                               Singapur oder Thailand)

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Obst und Gemüse                                                                                                   15 kg

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Kartoffeln                                                                                                                 10 kg.

Shipments via third countries

17. (1) the provisions of the plant protection act 2011 about imports from third countries - except those about the spending of the plants listed in annex V, part B section II, plant products and other objects in the respective protected areas - do not apply to plants, plant products or other objects, which are transported through the territory of a third country of a place in the community to another.

(2) section 1 is only on shipments of plants to apply plant products and other objects which are transported under Customs seal in closed, undamaged casings or sealed car in the Federal territory.

Shipment through the Federal territory

Section 18 (1) the provisions of the plant protection act 2011 about imports from third countries - excluding those concerning the movement of the plants listed in annex V, part B section II, plant products and other objects through the respective protected areas - as well as article 9, paragraph 1 of the plant protection Act do not apply to plants, plant products or other objects which are transported via the Federal territory to third countries.

(2) section 1 is only on shipments of plants to apply plant products and other objects which are transported under Customs seal in closed, undamaged casings or sealed car in the Federal territory.

Other exceptions

Section 19 (1) 1975, the Federal Office for forests, the Federal Office for food security, in the case of forestry plants or plant products listed in annex of the forestry law has the importation of plants, plant products and other objects from third countries on request also by way of derogation from the provisions of the 3rd and the 4th section of the plant protection act to grant if 1 hiefür 2011 on the basis of legislation of the European Union an authorization exists or 2nd for breeding purposes , scientific research or experimental purposes are required.


(2) the application for an import permit in accordance with paragraph 1 is the Federal Office for food security, in the case of forestry plants or plant products listed in annex of the forestry law in 1975 at the Federal Office for forests, to introduce.

(3) the application shall contain: 1. name and address of the consignee;

2. name and address of the source;

3. the amount and type (variety) of related plants, plant products and other objects;

4. purpose and duration of the exception;

5. addresses of quarantine centres and any storage locations;

6 suggestions for the proper disposal of materials;

7. the planned entry point;

8. If necessary (§ 14 para 5 of the plant protection act 2011) registration number.

(4) the Federal Agency for security of food, to obtain an opinion of about an official expert in the case of forestry plants or plant products listed in annex of the Forestry Act of 1975 that has Federal Office for forests, before deciding, whether to worry about the introduction or spread of harmful organisms by the import is.

(5) in the authorization are terms and conditions prescribe that are suitable to prevent the danger of the introduction or spread of harmful organisms.

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Miscellaneous and final provisions

Fees

Section 20 (1) for the activities of the relevant competent authority is to pay a fee in accordance with the tariff contained in annex 3 of this regulation.

(2) travel expenses, incurred in connection with activities of the relevant competent authority, are - as long as it is civil servants - in accordance with the travel fees regulation of the Federal Government, to replace in the remaining cases, by analogy with using the travel fees regulations of the Federal. This provision shall not apply in cases where under the respective legislation of the authorities similar charges imposed on the staff of these authorities.

(3) the fee for activities of the Federal Office for forests depends on which according to § 3 par. 6 BFWG, Federal Law Gazette I no. 83/2004, adopted tariff, those for activities of the Federal Office for food security after in accordance with § 6 paragraph 6 GESG, Federal Law Gazette I no. 63/2002, adopted tariff.

(4) fees for other activities are in some cases after the provided expenditure (staff and non-staff expenses) to charge; These are cash expenses within the meaning of § 76 AVG, Federal Law Gazette No. 51/1991.

(5) on resolution of the fees is to round off the final total to full 10 euro cent or round up. This connection be amounts rounded up including 4 euro cents, rounded amounts from 5 Eurocent.

(6) fees not readily, they are decision to prescribe. Fees that 2011 lift a section of the plant protection act are for activities of the authority on the occasion of the completion of the 4th, are to prescribe anyway, with notice.

(7) as far as carried out activities in the framework of the indirect Federal Administration, remains a share of fees by 80% at the official site, which has carried out these investigations; the remaining 20% share is a taking of the Federal Agency for food security. This Division does not apply AVG to cash expenses within the meaning of section 76.

(8) the provisions of the fees Act 1957, BGBl. No. 267, and the Federal Administration Tax Ordinance 1983, BGBl. No. 24, remain unaffected.

Annexes of the plant protection act of 2011

§ 21. Annexes I to V of the plant protection act 2011 are set: 1 Annex I part A (harmful organisms whose introduction and spread in that or in the Member States is prohibited): Annex I part A of Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 S 1) as amended by Directive 2009/7/EC amending annexes I, II, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 40 of February 11, 2009 S 12);

2. Annex I part B (harmful organisms whose introduction and spread in specific protected areas is prohibited): Annex I b to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by Directive 2008/64/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 168 of the 28.6.2008 S 31);

3. in annex II, part A (harmful organisms whose introduction and spread in that or in the Member States when certain plants or plant products is prohibited): Annex II, part A to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by Directive 2009/7/EC amending annexes I, II, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 40 of 11.2.2009 S 12);

4. Annex II, part B (harmful organisms whose introduction and spread in specific protection gebiete(n) when certain plants or plant products is prohibited): Annex II, part B, to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by the directive 2010/1/EC amending annexes II, III and IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 7 of the 12.1.2010 S 17);

5. Annex III, part A (plants, plant products and other products, their entry into the Member States is prohibited): Annex III, part A to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by Directive 2004/102/EC amending annexes II, III, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 309 of 6.10.2004 S 9);

6. Annex III, part B (plants, plant products and other products, their entry into certain protected zones is prohibited): Annex III, part B, to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by the directive 2010/1/EC amending annexes II, III and IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 7 of the 12.1.2010 S 17);

7. Annex IV, part A (by all Member States to specific requirements for the movement of plants, plant products and other products to and within the Member States): Annex part A of Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by Directive 2009/118/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 239 of the 10.9.2009 S 51);

8 Annex IV part B (by all Member States to specific requirements for the movement of plants, plant products and other products to and within certain protected areas): Annex b to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 p. 1) as amended by the directive 2010/1/EC amending annexes II, III and IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 7 of the 12.1.2010 S 17);

9 Annex V (plants, plant products and other objects, the a health examination to undergo are, namely prior to movement within the community to the point of production, if they come from the community, or prior to admission to the importation into the community in the country of origin or sender, if they come from third countries): a) part A (plants, plant products and other objects originating in the community):


Annex V, part A to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 S 1) as amended by Directive 2009/118/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 239 of the 10.9.2009 S 51;

b) part B (plants, plant products and other objects originating in other than the territories referred to in part A): Part of annex V of Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of the 10.07.2000 S 1) as amended by Directive 2009/118/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 239 of the 10.9.2009 S 51).

Reference to guidelines

section 22. This regulation following the European Community directives are implemented: 1. Directive 93/50/EEC on the official registration of producers of certain not in annex V, part A to Directive 77/93/EEC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 26 of 31 January 1977 S 20) listed plants or the collection and shipping points in the field of production (OJ No. L 205 of 17 August 1993 S 22) in terms of section 2;

2. Directive 98/22/EC minimum requirements for carrying out plant health checks of plants, plant products, imported from third countries or other objects within the community on bodies other than those of the place of destination (OJ No. L 126 of 28 April 1998 S 26) in terms of section 3;

3. Directive 94/3/EC establishing a procedure for reporting the complaint of a consignment or a harmful organism, originating from a third country and represent a direct danger to plant health (OJ No. L 32 of 5 February 1994 S 37) in terms of section 4;

4. Directive 92/105/EEC on a limited harmonisation of plant passports to be used for the movement of certain plants, plant products or other objects within the community, establishing the procedure for their exhibition as well as the criteria and the procedure concerning exchange of passports (OJ No. L 4 of 8 January 1993 S 22) in terms of sections 5 and 6;

5. Directive 92/70/EEC with details on the studies required for the recognition of protected areas in the Community (OJ No. L 250 of 29 August 1992 S 37) with regard to articles 7 to 9;

6. Directive 94/13/EC amending Directive 77/93/EEC (OJ No. L 92 of 9 April 1994 S 27) with respect to sections 10 to 13;

7. Directive 95/44/EC with the conditions under which certain plants, plant products and other objects listed in annexes I may be introduced to V of to Directive 77/93/EEC for experimental, research and breeding purposes, within the community or certain protected zones of thereof or therein spent and 97/46/EC amending Directive 95/44/EC (OJ No. L 184 of 3 August 1995 S 34 and OJ No. L 204 of the S 43 of 31 July 1997) in terms of section 15;

8. Directive 92/76/EEC to the recognition of community protected areas with particular plant-health risks and directives 93/106/EEC, 95/40/EC, 95/65/EC, 96/15/EC, 96/76/EC, 98/17/EC, 98/100/EC, 1999/84/EC and 2000/23/EC amending Directive 92/76/EEC (OJ No. L 305 of 21 October 1992 S 12, OJ No. 298, December 3, 1993 S 34, OJ L No. L 182 of 2 August 1995 S 14, OJ No. L of 308 of 21 December 1995 S 75, OJ No. L of 70 by March 20, 1996 S 35, OJ No. L of 317 of 6 December 1996 S 20, OJ No. L of 85 of 20 March 1998 S 28, OJ No. L 351 of 29 December 1998 S 35 and OJ No. L 273 of 23 October 1999 S 11) in terms of annex 3;

9. Directive 95/41/EC amending Directive 77/93/EEC (OJ No. L 182 of 2 August 1995 S 17) in terms of section 17;

10 directives 97/14/EC and 1999/53/EC amending Annex III to Directive 77/93/EEC (OJ No. L 87 of 2 April 1997 S 17 and OJ No. L 142 of 5 June 1999 S 29) in terms of section 17;

11 directives 95/66/EC, 96/14/EC, 96/78/EC and 98/1/EC amending certain annexes to Directive 77/93/EEC (OJ No. L of 308 of 21 December 1995 S 77, OJ No. L of 68 of March 19, 1996 S 24, OJ No. L of 321 of 12 December 1996 S 20 and OJ No. L 15 of 21 January 1998 S 26) in terms of section 17;

12. Directive 98/2/EC amending Annex IV of to Directive 77/93/EEC (OJ No. L 15 of 21 January 1998 S 34) with regard to annex 5;

13 Directive 2001/32/EC on the recognition of pflanzlichengesundheitlich most vulnerable protected areas within the community and repealing Directive 92/76/EEC (OJ No. L 127 of May 9, 2001, p. 38);

14. Directive 2001/33/EC amending certain annexes to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 127 of 9 May 2001 p. 42);

15 Directive 2002/28/EC amending certain annexes to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 77 of 20 March 2002 S 23);

16 Directive 2002/29/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 77 of 20 March 2002 S 26);

17 Directive 2002/36/EC amending certain annexes to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 116 of the 3.05.2002 p. 16);

18 Directive 2003/21/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 78 of 25 March 2003 p. 8);

19 Directive 2003/22/EC amending certain annexes to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 78 of 25 March 2003 p. 10);

20 Directive 2003/46/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 138 of S 45 5 June 2003);

21 Directive 2003/47/EC amending annexes II, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 138 of June 5, 2003, p. 47);

22 Directive 2003/116/EC amending annexes II, III, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 321 of the 6.12.2003 p. 36);

23 Directive 2004/31/EC amending annexes I, II, III, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 85 of the 23.3.2004 S. 18);

24 Directive 2004/32/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 85 of the 23.3.2004 S. 24);

25 Directive 2004/70/EC amending annexes I, II, III and IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 127 of 29.4.2004 S 97);

26 Directive 2004/102/EC amending annexes II, III, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 309 of 6.10.2004 S 9);

27 Directive 2004/103/EC establishing the identity and health checks of plants, plant products, referred to in annex V, part B of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council and other items that can be carried out (OJ in a location other than the location of the entrance in the territory of the community or in a nearby location No. L 313 of 12.10.2004 S 16);

28 Directive 2004/105/EC establishing the pattern of official phytosanitary certificate and phytosanitary certificate for re-export, which are included in the plants listed in Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council, plant products or other objects from third countries (OJ No. L 319 of the 20.10.2004 S 9);

29 Directive 2005/15/EC amending Annex IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 56 of 2.3.2005 p. 12);

30.

Directive 2005/16/EC amending annexes I to V of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 57 of 3.3.2005 S 19);

31 Directive 2005/17/EC amending certain provisions of Directive 92/105/EEC relating to plant passports (OJ No. L 57 of 3.3.2005 S 23);

32. Directive 2005/18/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 57 of 3.3.2005 S 25);

33. the Directive 2005/77/EC amending Annex V of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 296 of the teknival S 17);

34. Directive 2006/14/EC amending Annex IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 34 of the 7.2.2006 S 24);

35. Directive 2006/35/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 88 of the 25.3.2006 S 9);

36. Directive 2006/36/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC on the recognition of plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 88 of the 25.3.2006 S 13);

37. Directive 2007/40/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC on the recognition of plant health risks vulnerable protected areas within the Community (OJ No. L 169 of 29.6.2007 S 49);

38. Directive 2007/41/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 169 of 29.6.2007 S 51);

39. Directive 2008/64/EC amending annexes I to IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 168 of the 28.6.2008 S 31);

40. Directive 2008/109/EC amending Annex IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 319, November 28, 2008 S 68);

41. directive 2009/7/EC amending annexes I, II, IV and V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 40 of 11.2.2009 S 12);

42. directive 2009/118/EC amending annexes II to V of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 239 of the 10.9.2009 S 51);

43. the directive 2010/1/EC amending annexes II, III and IV of to Directive 2000/29/EC of the Council on measures for the protection of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ No. L 7 of the 12.1.2010 S 17).

Entry into force and expiry of the provisions

section 23. This Regulation shall enter into force the day following the announcement. At the same time according to § 49 para 3 2011 No. 1 of the plant protection act the plant protection regulation, Federal Law Gazette No. 253/1996, override.

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