On The Establishment Of A Generic List Of Cultivated Plants

Original Language Title: o stanovení druhového seznamu pěstovaných rostlin

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378/2010 Sb.



DECREE



of 6 May 1999. December 2010



on the establishment of a generic list of cultivated plants



Change: 42/2014 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture shall be determined according to § 3 (2). 11 (a). e) of Act No.

219/2003 Coll., on marketing of seeds and plants of cultivated plants and of

amendments to certain laws (the law on circulation of seeds and plants), as amended by law

No 331/2010 Coll.:



§ 1



The subject of the edit



This Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and

modifies the generic list of cultivated plants, which is listed in the annex.



§ 2



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 2011.



Minister:



Ing. Fuksa in r.



Annex



Generic list of cultivated plants



1. agricultural species (excluding use for ornamental purposes)

1.1. Cereals



Avena nuda l. Naked oats

Avena sativa l. (including a. byzantina k. Koch) oats

Avena strigosa Schreb. Oats hřebílkatý

Hordeum vulgare L. Barley

Phalaris canariensis l. Canary grass

Secale cereale l. Rye

Sorghum bicolor (l.) Moench Sorghum

Sorghum sudanense (Piper) Stapf Sudan grass Sorghum

Sorghum bicolor (l.) Moench x Sorghum sudanense and sorghum Sudan grass Sorghum x

(Piper) Stapf hybrids resulting from the crossing of species Sorghum bicolor and Sorghum

sudanense

Triticum aestivum l. Common wheat

Triticum durum Desf. Durum wheat

Triticum spelta l. Spelt

x Triticosecale Wittm. ex a. Camus Triticale

Hybrids resulting from the crossing of species of the genus Triticum with species of the genus

Secale

Zea mays l. (partim) Maize (excluding pukancové acukrové)



1.2. Forage crops



1.2.1 Grass



Agrostis canina l. Velvet

Agrostis capillaris l. Brown thin

Agrostis gigantea Roth Brown large

Agrostis stolonifera l. Creeping bent Agrostis

Alopecurus pratensis l. Alopecurus pratensis

Arrhenatherum elatius (l.) p. Beauv. ex j. Presl Ovsík raised

& C. Presl

Bromus catharticus Vahl Rescue grass

Bromus sitchensis Trin. Bromus sitecký

Dactylis glomerata L. Dactylis multilobated

Festuca arundinacea Schreb. Tall Fescue

Festuca filiformis Pourr. Festuca vláskovitá

Festuca ovina l. Sheep's Fescue

Festuca pratensis Huds. Meadow Fescue

Festuca rubra l. Red Fescue

Festuca trachyphylla (Hack.) The landscape of Festuca drsnolistá

x Festulolium Asch. & Graebn. Festulolium

Hybrids resulting from the crossing of species of the genus Festuca, with species of the genus

Lolium

Lolium multiflorum Lam. Italian ryegrass

Lolium perenne l. Perennial ryegrass

Lolium x boucheanum Kunth hybrid ryegrass

Phalaris aquatica l. Canary water

Phleum nodosum l. Timothy bulbosus

Phleum pratense l. Phleum pratense

POA annua l. POA annual

POA nemoralis l. POA nemorosa

POA palustris l. POA palustris

Poa pratensis L. Smooth-stalked meadowgrass

POA trivialis l. General POA

Trisetum flavescens (l.) p. Beauv. Trisetum yellowish



1.2.2 legumes and clovers



Galega orientalis Lam. Galega East

Lotus corniculatus l. Štírovník růžkatý

Lupinus albus l. White Lupin

Lupinus angustifolius l. Blue Lupin Lupin

Lupinus luteus l. Yellow lupin

Medicago lupulina l. Number dětelová

Medicago sativa L. Lucerne

Medicago x varia t. Martyn Alfalfa variable

Onobrychis viciifolia Scop. Vičenec

Pisum sativum l. (partim) field peas (including pelušky)

Trifolium alexandrinum l. Clover

Trifolium hybridum l. Clover degenerate (Swedish)

Trifolium incarnatum l. Crimson clover

Trifolium pratense L. Red clover

Trifolium repens L. White clover

Trifolium resupinatum l. Clover twisted (Persian)

Trigonella foenum-graecum l. Fenugreek

Vicia faba l. (partim) field bean

Vicia pannonica Crantz Vetches, Caucasus

Vicia sativa l. Common vetch

Vicia villosa Roth Vetches Brushy



1.2.3. Other fodder crops



Brassica napus l. var. napobrassica (l.) Rchb. Turnip

Brassica oleracea l. convar. acephala (DC.) Alef. Fodder Kale

var. medullosa Thell subject. + var. viridis l.

Phacelia tanacetifolia Benth. It presents stro ...

Raphanus sativus l. var. oleiformis Pers. Fodder radish



1.3. Oil and fibre plants



Brassica juncea (l.) Czernj. Mustard unless

Brassica napus l. (partim) Rape

Brassica nigra (l.) W.D.J. Koch Mustard black

Brassica rapa l. var. silvestris (LAM.) Briggs of rape

Cannabis sativa L. Cannabis sativa

Carthamus tinctorius l. Safflower

Carum carvi l. Cumin

Glycine max (l.) Merr. Soy

Helianthus annuus l. Sunflower

Linum usitatissimum l. Len

Papaver somniferum L. Poppy

Sinapis alba l. White mustard



1.4. Potatoes and other root crops



Solanum tuberosum L. Potatoes

Beta vulgaris l. var. altissima Döll Diabetes

Beta vulgaris l. var. Crassus Mansf. Fodder beet



2. hops



Humulus lupulus l. Hops



3. Vine



Vitis L. Vine



4. Vegetable species (excluding use for ornamental purposes)



Allium cepa l.

-Group Cepa Onion

Echalion

-Group Aggregatum Shallots

Allium fistulosum l. Onion sečka

Allium porrum l. Leeks

Allium sativum l. Garlic

Allium schoenoprasum l. Chives

Anthriscus cerefolium (l.) Hoffm. Chervil

Apium graveolens L. Celeriac

Ribbed celery

Asparagus officinalis L. Asparagus

Beta vulgaris l. Salad beetroot

Mangold

Brassica oleracea L. Broccoli

Curly kale

Kohlrabi

Savoy cabbage

Brussels sprouts

Cauliflower

Cabbage white

Cabbage Red

Brassica rapa l. Chinese cabbage

Turnip

Capsicum annuum L. Pepper, chilli

Cichorium endivia l. Curled Endive

Eskariol

Cichorium intybus l. Large-leaved chicory

Witloof chicory

Industrial chicory

Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum. et Nakai-water melon

Cucumis melo L. Muskmelon

Cucumis sativus L. Cucumber salad

Gherkin

Cucurbita maxima Duchesne gourd

Cucurbita pepo l. Gourd General

Cynara cardunculus l. Artichoke

Karda

Daucus carota L. Carrots

Carrot fodder

Foeniculum vulgare Mill. Fennel

Lactuca sativa l. Salad



Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Nyman ex A.W. Hill Parsley

Phaseolus coccineus l. Phaseolus coccineus

Phaseolus vulgaris l. Common bean dwarf French bean

Common bean climbing

Pisum sativum l. (partim) Peas wrinkled pea

Pea round pea

Sugar games

Raphanus sativus l. Radish

Radish

Rheum rhabarbarum L. Rhubarb

Scorzonera hispanica l. Black salsify

Solanum lycopersicum l. Tomato

Solanum melongena l. Aubergine/egg plant

Grown from Spinacia oleracea L. Spinach

Valerianella locusta (l.) Laterr. Lamb's lettuce

Vicia faba l. (partim) bean

Zea mays l. (partim) sweet corn

Popcorn



5. the genera and species



Castanea sativa Mill. Chestnut edible

Citrus L. Citrus

Corylus avellana l. Hazel

Cydonia oblonga Mill. Kdouloň

Ficus carica l. Bodhi tree

Fortunella Swingle Kumkvat

Fragaria L. Strawberry

Juglans regia l. Italian walnut

Malus Mill. Apple tree

Olea europaea L. The olive tree

Pistacia vera l. Pistáciovník

Poncirus Raf. Citronečník

Prunus amygdalus Batsch Almond

Prunus armeniaca l. Apricot

Prunus avium (l.) l. Cherry

Prunus cerasus L. Sour cherry

Prunus domestica l. Prunus


Prunus persica (l.) Batsch Peach

Prunus salicina Lindley locally in Japanese

Pyrus L. PEAR

Ribes L. Currants, gooseberries

Rubus L. The Red Raspberry, Rubus

Vaccinium L. Blueberry



6. The types and interspecies hybrids for use as rootstocks vegetable species



Capsicum annuum l. Capsicum chinense Jacq. x. Hybrids resulting from the crossing of the species Capsicum annuum

and Capsicum chinense

Cucurbita ficifolia Bouché Gourd fíkolistá

Cucurbita maxima Duchesne Cucurbita moschata Hybrids x resulting from the crossing of species Cucurbita maxima

And Cucurbita moschata Duchesne

Cucurbita moschata Duchesne Gourd Clary

Lagenaria siceraria (Molina) Standl. Lagenárie

Sicyos angulatus l. Loin66 square

Solanum lycopersicum l. x Solanum habrochaites Hybrids resulting from the crossing of species Solanum lycopersicum

S. Knapp & D.M. Spooner and Solanum habrochaites

Solanum lycopersicum l. x Solanum '

l. pimpinellifolium Hybrids resulting from the crossing of species Solanum lycopersicum

and Solanum pimpinellifolium

Solanum torvum Sw. Eggplant



1) Council Directive 66/401/EEC of 14 June 1993 June 1966 on the marketing of seed

forage crops on the market.



Council Directive 66/402/EEC of 14 June 1993 June 1966 on the marketing of seed

cereals on the market.



Council directive of 9 December 1999. April 1968 on the marketing of material for the vegetative

propagating material (68/193/EEC).



Council Directive 69/60/EEC of 18 June 1992. February 1969 amending Directive

Of the Council of 14 May 2001. June 1966 on the marketing of cereal seed.



Council Directive 69/63/EEC of 18 June 1992. February 1969 amending Directive

Of the Council of 14 May 2001. June 1966 on the marketing of fodder plant seed.



Council Directive 71/162/EEC of 30 June. March 1971 amending the

the directive of 14 June 2001. June 1966 on the marketing of beet seed, fodder plant seed,

cereal seed and seed potatoes, the directive of 30 March 2004. June 1969

on the marketing of seed of oil and fibre plants and the directive of 29 April 2004.

September 1970 on the marketing of vegetable seed.



Council Directive 73/438/EEC of 11 December. December 1973 amending

the directive of 14 June 2001. June 1966 on the marketing of beet seed, fodder plant seed,

cereal seed and seed potatoes, the directive of 30 March 2004. June 1969

on the marketing of seed of oil and fibre plants and the directive of 29 April 2004.

September 1970 on the marketing of vegetable seed and on the common catalogue of varieties

varieties of agricultural plant species.



Commission Directive 79/641/EEC of 27 June. June 1979 amending the

Council Directive 66/401/EEC, 66/402/EEC, 69/208/EEC and 70/458/EEC on the marketing of

of fodder plant seed, cereal seed, seed of oil and fibre plants and seed

vegetables on the market.



Council Directive 86/155/EEC of 22 December 1986. April 1986 amending, as a result of

the accession of Spain and Portugal, certain directives concerning the marketing of

on the market of seed and propagating material.



Commission Directive 86/320/EEC of 20 December. June 1986 amending

Council Directive 66/402/EEC on the marketing of cereal seed.



Commission Directive 87/120/EEC of 14 June. January 1987 amending the

some of the Council directive on the marketing of seed and propagating material.



Council Directive 88/380/EEC of 13 September 1993. June 1988 amending the

Directive 66/400/EEC, 66/401/EEC, 66/403/EEC, 69/208/EEC, 70/457/EEC and

70/458/EEC on the marketing of beet seed, fodder plant seed, cereal seed, seed potatoes

potatoes, seed of oil and fibre plants and vegetable seed and on the

The common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant species.



Commission Directive 92/19/EEC of 23 November. March 1992 amending

Directive 66/401/EEC on the marketing of fodder plant seed.



Council Directive 92/33/EC of 28 June 1999. April 1992 on the marketing of vegetable propagating and

propagating material, other than seed on the market.



Council Directive 92/34/EEC of 28 June 1999. April 1992 on the marketing of

fruit plant propagating material and fruit plants intended for

fruit production.



Council Directive 2002/11/EC of 14 July 1999. February 2002 amending Directive

68/193/EEC on the marketing of material for the vegetative propagation of the

market and repealing Directive 74/649/EEC.



Council Directive 2002/54/EC of 13 April 2004. June 2002 on the marketing of beet seed

the market.



Council Directive 2002/55/EC of 13 April 2004. June 2002 on the marketing of seed

vegetables on the market.



Council Directive 2002/56/EC of 13 April 2004. June 2002 on the marketing of seed potatoes

on the market.



Council Directive 2002/57/EC of 13 April 2004. June 2002 on the marketing of seed of oil

and fibre plants.



Commission Directive 2003/111/EC of 26 July 2000. November 2003, amending

Annex II to Directive 92/34/EEC on the marketing of propagating material

fruit plants and fruit plants intended for fruit production.



Commission Directive 2004/55/EC of 20 May 1999. April 2004 amending

Council Directive 66/401/EEC on the marketing of fodder plant seed.



Commission Directive 2006/124/EC of 5 July 2004. in December 2006, amending

Council Directive 92/33/EEC on the marketing of vegetable propagating and planting material

vegetables than seed and Council Directive 2002/55/EC on the marketing of seed

vegetables on the market.



Commission Directive 2007/72/EC of 13 April 2004. December 2007 amending

Council Directive 66/401/EEC, as regards the inclusion of the species Galega orientalis

Lam.



Council Directive 2008/90/EC of 29 April 2004. September 2008 concerning the placing on the market

fruit plant propagating material and fruit plants intended for

fruit production.



Commission directive 2009/72/EC of 26 July 2000. June 2009 amending

Council Directive 66/401/EEC, 66/402/EEC, 2002/54/EC and 2002/57/EC, if the

as for the botanical names of plants, scientific names of other organisms, and

some of the annexes to Directives 66/401/EEC, 66/402/EEC and 2002/57/EC

taking account of developments in scientific and technical knowledge.



The implementing Commission Directive 2013/45/EU of 7. August 2013, the

amending Council Directive 2002/55/EC and 2008/72/EC and Commission directive

2009/145/EC, as regards the botanical name of tomato.