On The Determination Of Methodologies For Testing Of Varieties

Original Language Title: o stanovení metodik zkoušek odrůd

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449/2006 Sb.



DECREE



of 11 December 1997. September 2006



on the determination of methodologies to the examination of distinctness, uniformity, stability and utility

the values of the varieties



Change: 125/2007 Sb.



Change: 320/2007 Sb.



Modified: 11/2009 Sb.



Change: 446/2009 Sb.



Change: 389/2010 Sb.



Change: 404/2011 Sb.



Change: 290/2009 Sb.



Change: 430/Sb.



Change: 91/2014 Sb.



The Ministry of agriculture shall be determined according to § 30 para. 3 of Act No. 219/2003

Coll., on marketing of seeds and plants grown plants and amending

Some laws (law on the circulation of seeds and plants), as amended by Act No.

178/2006 Coll.:



§ 1



Introductory provisions



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

Community ^ 2) and lays out the methodology of field and laboratory testing

distinctness, uniformity, stability and value varieties of agricultural

species, varieties of vegetable species and varieties.



§ 2



The methodology of the tests of varieties



(1) the methodology laying down basic requirements for organizing and

the conditions of the tests, the method of evaluation and overview of characters tested varieties

means the



and protocols for testing differences), uniformity and stability by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European communities ^ 3) (hereinafter referred to as

"protocols"),



(b)) the General principles for the testing of distinctness, uniformity and stability

The International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants ^ 4) (hereinafter referred to as "policy

testing '),



(c) the methodology of the tests) value of agricultural species Central

control and testing Institute of agricultural (hereinafter referred to as "methodology

the test value ");



d) characters for testing and requirements for the conduct of tests for distinctness,

uniformity and stability of varieties (hereinafter referred to as "characters and requirements").



(2) the design and testing conditions distinctiveness, uniformity, stability,

where appropriate, the utility values correspond to the requirements of the protocols, to the principles of

testing, testing methodology, value for money, or to characters and requirements

for the species listed in the annexes 1, 2 and 3.



(3) the Examination of distinctness, uniformity and stability includes all characters

According to the protocols, or at least all the characters marked with an asterisk in the

principles of testing, if observation of the characters is not preventing the manifestation of

other characters, and if the expression of a character does not prevent the environmental conditions for the

where testing is done ^ 5).



§ 3



The methodology of the tests of varieties of agricultural species



(1) for the examination of distinctness, uniformity and stability of varieties of agricultural

the species listed in annex 1 shall be applied to the methodology of the tests contained



and) in the protocols referred to in table 1.1 for agricultural species in this

the table above,



(b)) in the principles of testing listed in table 1.2 for agricultural species

listed in this table.



(2) the testing of varieties of agricultural species value includes

evaluation of yield, resistance to pests and diseases, responses to

physical environmental factors and evaluation of qualitative properties

^ 6 varieties). For testing the practical value of varieties of agricultural species

apply the methodology of the tests the value listed in annex 1,

table 1.3 for agricultural species listed in this table.



§ 4



The methodology of the tests of varieties of vegetable species



For the testing of distinctness, uniformity and stability of varieties of vegetable species

listed in annex No. 2 shall apply the methodology of the tests contained



and) in the protocols referred to in table 2.1 for vegetable species in the

the table above,



(b)) in the principles of testing listed in table 2.2 for vegetable species

listed in this table.



§ 5



The methodology of the tests of the vine varieties



Examination of distinctness, uniformity and stability of the vine varieties shall apply to

markings and characteristics set out in annex 3, table 3.1, and meet the

the minimum requirements for carrying out the inspections referred to in the table.

3.2.



§ 6



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. October 2006.



Minister:



Mvdr. Vicenová in r.



Annex 1



The methodology of the tests of agricultural species

Table 1.1



List of agricultural species whose varieties must comply with the methods of tests

distinctness, uniformity and stability

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Agricultural druhProtokol

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Avena nuda l. Naked oats, TP 20/1 of 6.11.2003

Avena sativa l. (including oats TP 20/1 of 6.11.2003

A. byzantina k. Koch)

Brassica napus l. Rape, TP 36/2, dated November 16, 2011

Cannabis sativa L. Cannabis sativa TP 276/1, dated November 28, 2012

Festuca filiformis Pourr. Festuca vláskovitá TP 67/1 dated 23.6.2011

Festuca ovina l. Sheep's Fescue TP 67/1 dated 23.6.2011

Festuca rubra l. Red Fescue TP 67/1 dated 23.6.2011

Festuca trachyphylla Festuca drsnolistá TP 67/1 dated 23.6.2011

(Hack.) Landscape

Helianthus annuus l. Sunflower, TP 81/1 of 31.10.2002

Hordeum vulgare L. Barley TP 19/3 dated 21.3.2012

Linum usitatissimum l. Len TP 57/1 of 21.3.2007

Lolium multiflorum Lam. Italian ryegrass TP 4/1 dated 23.6.2011

Lolium perenne l. Perennial ryegrass TP 4/1 dated 23.6.2011

Lolium x boucheanum Kunth hybrid ryegrass TP 4/1 dated 23.6.2011

Pisum sativum l. Field peas (including pelušky) TP 7/2 dated March 11, 2010

Secale cereale l. Rye TP 58/1 of 31.10.2002

Solanum tuberosum L. Potato TP 23/2 of 1.12.2005

Triticum aestivum l. Wheat TP 3/4 Rev. 2 dated,

Triticum durum Desf. Durum wheat TP 120/2 of 6.11.2003

x Triticosecale Witm. ex a. Camus Triticale TP 121/2 Rev.1, dated,

Zea mays L. Maize, TP 2/3 dated March 11, 2010

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Table 1.2



List of agricultural species whose varieties must comply with the methods of tests

distinctness, uniformity and stability

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Agricultural kind of Policy testing

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Agrostis canina l. Velvet TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990

Agrostis capillaris l. Brown thin TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990

Agrostis gigantea Roth. Agrostis great TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990

Agrostis stolonifera l. Creeping bent Agrostis TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990

Beta vulgaris l. Fodder beet TG/150/3 of 4.11.1994

Brassica napus l. var. Turnip TG/89/6 Rev. of 4.4.2001

napobrassica (l.) Rchb. and of the 1st

Brassica rapa l. var. Rape seed TG/185/3 of 17.4.2002

silvestris (LAM.) Briggs

Bromus catharticus Vahl Rescue grass TG/180/3 of 4.4.2001

Bromus sitchensis Trin. Bromus sitecký TG/180/3 of 4.4.2001

Carthamus tinctorius l. Safflower TG/134/3 of 12.10.1990

Dactylis glomerata L. Dactylis multilobated TG/31/8 of 17.4.2002

Festuca arundinacea Schreber Tall Fescue TG/39/8 of 17.4.2002

Festuca pratensis Huds. Festuca pratensis TG/39/8 of 17.4.2002

Glycine max (l.) Merrill Soy TG/80/6 of 1.4.1998

Lotus corniculatus l. Štírovník růžkatý TG/193/1 of 9.4.2008

Lupinus albus l. White Lupin TG/66/4 of 31.3.2004

Lupinus angustifolius l. Blue Lupin Lupin TG/66/4 of 31.3.2004

Lupinus luteus l. Yellow lupin TG/66/4 of 31.3.2004

Medicago sativa L. Alfalfa TG/6/5 of 6.4.2005

Medicago x varia t. Martyn Alfalfa variable TG/6/5 of 6.4.2005

Papaver somniferum L. A TG/166/3 of 24.3.1999

Phleum nodosum l. Timothy cibulkatý TG/34/6 of 7.11.1984

Phleum pratense l. Phleum pratense TG/34/6 of 7.11.1984

Poa pratensis L. Smooth-stalked meadowgrass TG/33/6 of 12.10.1990

Raphanus sativus l. var. Fodder radish TG/180/3 of 4.4.2001

oleiformis Pers.

Sinapis alba l. White mustard TG/180/3 of 4.4.2001

Sorghum bicolor (l.) Moench Sorghum TG/122/3 of 6.10.1989

Trifolium pratense L. Red clover TG/5/7 of 4.4.2001

Trifolium repens L. White clover TG/38/7 of 9.4.2003

Vicia faba l. Field bean TG/8/6 of 17.4.2002

Vicia sativa l. Common vetch TG/32/7, dated 20.3.2013

x Festulolium Asch. et Graebn. Festulolium TG/243/1 of 9.4.2008

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Table No. 1.3



List of agricultural species whose varieties must comply with the


methods of testing business value

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Agricultural species value for money Test Methodology

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For all kinds of ZUH/1-13-General part of 15.8.2013

Bob field/2-ZUH-field bean of 15.8.2013

Potatoes/3-ZUH-Potatoes of 15.8.2013

Rape ZUH/4-2013-Cruciferous oilseeds of 15.8.2013

Turnip (Rapa)/4-ZUH-Cruciferous herbaceous oil seed crops of 15.8.2013

White mustard ZUH/4-2013-Cruciferous oilseeds of 15.8.2013

Mustard unless it ZUH/4-2013-Cruciferous oil of 15.8.2013

Mustard black ZUH/4-2013-Cruciferous oilseeds of 15.8.2013

Diabetes ZUH/5-2013-Beet of 15.8.2013

Fodder beet ZUH/5-2013-Beet of 15.8.2013

Industrial chicory ZUH/6-2013-industrial chicory of 15.8.2013

Sorghum ZUH/7-2013-Sorghum dated 15.8.2013

Sorghum grass sudánská ZUH/7-2013-Sorghum dated 15.8.2013

Sorghum x grass/7 sudánská ZUH-2013-Sorghum dated 15.8.2013

Field peas (including pelušky)/8-ZUH-2013 Games of 15.8.2013

Hops ZUH/9-2013-Hops of the 15.8.2013

Barley ZUH/10-2013-barley from the day 15.8.2013

Alfalfa variable ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Alfalfa ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Clover ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Red clover ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Crimson clover/11-ZUH-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Clover twisted (Persian)/11-ZUH-Clovers of 15.8.2013

White clover ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Clover degenerate (Swedish)/11-ZUH-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Fenugreek ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Štírovník růžkatý ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Alfalfa crops dětelová ZUH/11-2013-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Vičenec/11-ZUH-Clovers of 15.8.2013

Fodder Kale/12-ZUH-fodder Kale, turnip of 15.8.2013

Turnip ZUH/12-2013-fodder Kale, turnip of 15.8.2013

Cumin ZUH/13-2013-Cumin from day 15.8.2013

Cannabis sativa ZUH/14-2013-hemp of 15.8.2013

Maize (excluding pukancové ZUH/15-2013-Corn of 15.8.2013

and sugar)

Len ZUH/16-2013-Len of 15.8.2013

Canary seed/17-ZUH-Canary grass of 15.8.2013

White Lupin/18-ZUH-2013 of Lupin 15.8.2013

Blue Lupin Lupin ZUH/18-2013-Lupin of 15.8.2013

Yellow lupin/18-ZUH-2013 of Lupin 15.8.2013

Poppy ZUH/19-2013-A dated 15.8.2013

White mustard ZUH/20-2013-Crops of 15.8.2013

Fodder radish ZUH/20-2013-Crops of 15.8.2013

Rape/20-ZUH-Crops of 15.8.2013

It presents stro .../20-ZUH-Crops of 15.8.2013

Oats ZUH/21-2013-Oats of 15.8.2013

Wheat/22-ZUH-Wheat of 15.8.2013

Durum wheat ZUH/22-2013-Wheat of 15.8.2013

Spelt ZUH/22-2013-Wheat of 15.8.2013

Vine/23-ZUH-Vine of 15.8.2013

Sunflower ZUH/24-2013-Sunflower dated 15.8.2013

Soy ZUH/25-2013-Soy dated 15.8.2013

Safflower (safflower)/26-ZUH-safflower of 15.8.2013

Phleum pratense ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Festulolium ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Hybrid ryegrass ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Italian ryegrass ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Perennial ryegrass ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Red Fescue ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Festuca pratensis ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Festuca arundinacea ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Smooth-stalked meadowgrass/27-ZUH-Grass of 15.8.2013

Ovsík raised ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Alopecurus pratensis ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Agrostis great ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Dactylis multilobated ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Brome grass ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Bromus sitecký ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Trisetum yellowish ZUH/27-2013-Grass of 15.8.2013

Triticale ZUH/28-2013-Triticale dated 15.8.2013

Vetches Pannonian ZUH/29-2013-Vetches of 15.8.2013

Common vetch ZUH/29-2013-Vetches of 15.8.2013

Vetches Brushy ZUH/29-2013-Vetches of 15.8.2013

Rye-ZUH/30 2013-Rye of 15.8.2013

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Annex 2



The methodology of the tests of vegetable species



Table 2.1

The list of vegetable species whose varieties must comply with the

methods of tests for distinctness, uniformity and stability



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Vegetable type of Protocol

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Allium cepa l. (Cepa group), Onion and echalion TP 46/2, dated the 1st of

Allium cepa l. (Group Shallots TP 46/2, dated the 1st of

Aggregatum)

Allium fistulosum l. Onion sečka, TP 162/1, dated March 11, 2010

Allium porrum l. Leeks TP 85/2 dated the 1st of

Allium sativum l. Garlic TP 162/1 of 25.3.2004

Allium schoenoprasum l. Chives TP 197/1, dated the 1st of

Apium graveolens L. Celeriac TP 74/1 of 13.3.2008

Apium graveolens L. Ribbed celery TP 82/1 of 13.3.2008

Asparagus officinalis L. Asparagus TP 130/2 dated,

Beta vulgaris l. Salad beetroot TP 60/1, dated the 1st of

including Cheltenham beet

Brassica oleracea L. Kale TP 90/1, dated,

Brassica oleracea L. Cauliflower TP 45/2 dated March 11, 2010

Brassica oleracea L. Broccoli TP 151/2 of 21.3.2007

Brassica oleracea L. Brussels sprouts TP 54/2 of 1.12.2005

Brassica oleracea L. Kohlrabi TP 65/1 of 25.3.2004

Brassica oleracea L. Savoy cabbage, TP 48/3,

cabbage white

and red cabbage

Brassica rapa l. Chinese cabbage TP 105/1 of 13.3.2008

Capsicum annuum L. Pepper, chilli TP 76/2 of 21.3.2007

Cichorium endivia l. Endive and endive TP 118/2 of 1.12.2005

eskariol

Cichorium intybus l. Industrial chicory TP 172/2 of 1.12.2005

Cichorium intybus l. Witloof chicory TP 173/1 of 25.3.2004

Citrullus lanatus watermelon TP 142/1 of 21.3.2007

(Thunb.) Matsum. et Nakai

Cucumis melo L. Melon TP 104/2 of 21.3.2007

Cucumis sativus L. Cucumber and TP 61/2 of 13.3.2008

gherkin

Cucurbita pepo l. Gourd General TP 119/1 of 25.3.2004

Cynara cardunculus l. Artichoke and karda TP 184/2 of 27.2.2013

Daucus carota L. Carrots and carrot feed TP 49/3 of 13.3.2008

Foeniculum vulgare Mill. Fennel TP 183/1 of 25.3.2004

Lactuca sativa l. Salad TP 13/5 of,

Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Parsley TP 136/1 of 21.3.2007

Nyman ex a. w. Hill

Phaseolus coccineus l. Phaseolus coccineus TP 9/1 of 21.3.2007

Phaseolus vulgaris l. Common bean dwarf French bean TP 12/4 of 27.2.2013

and common bean climbing

Pisum sativum l. (partim) Peas wrinkled pea, TP 7/2 dated March 11, 2010

pea round pea

and the sugar

Raphanus sativus l. Radish TP 64/2 of 27.2.2013

Solanum lycopersicum l. Tomato TP 44/4 rev of 27.2.2013

Solanum melongena l. Aubergine/egg plant TP 117/1 of 13.3.2008

Grown from Spinacia oleracea L. Spinach TP 55/5 of 27.2.2013

Valerianella locusta Lamb's lettuce TP 75/2 of 21.3.2007

(L.) Laterr.

Vicia faba l. (partim) the TP Broadbean bean/1 of 25.3.2004

Zea mays l. (partim) sweetcorn and TP 2/3 dated March 11, 2010

popcorn

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Table 2.2



The list of vegetable species whose varieties must comply with the methods of tests for distinctness,

uniformity and stability

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Vegetable type of Policy testing

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Beta vulgaris l. Mangold TG 106/4 of 31.3.2004

Brassica rapa l. Turnip TG 37/10 of 4.4.2001

Cichorium intybus l. Witloof chicory, TG 154/3 of 18.10.1996

Cucurbita maxima Duchesne gourd TG/155/4 Rev. of 28.3.2007

the 1st of December and


Raphanus sativus l. Radish TG/63/7 dated 28.3.2012

Rheum rhabarbarum L. Rhubarb TG/62/6 of 24.3.1999

Scorzonera hispanica l. Black salsify TG/116/4, dated March 24, 2010

Solanum lycopersicum l. x tomato Rootstocks TG/294/1 dated 20.3.2013

Solanum habrochaites s. Knapp

& D.M. Spooner; Solanum

x Solanum lycopersicum l.

peruvianum (l.) Mill.; Solanum

x Solanum lycopersicum l.

cheesmaniae (l. Ridley) Fosberg

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Annex 3



The methodology of the tests of the vine varieties



Table 3.1



Characters in the examination for distinctiveness, uniformity and stability of the vine varieties



And Morphological characters



1. Leaf bud to letorostech 10 to 20 cm long:



1.1. the shape of the



1.2. colour (antokyanové coloring after opening)



1.3. chloupkatost



2. young letorost in flower:



2.1. transversal cross-section (shape and contour)



2.2. chloupkatost



3. Cuttings:



3.1.



3.2. the internode



4. The deployment of tendrils



5. young leaves at the top letorostech 10 to 30 cm long (monitored

from space for the first three clearly separated sheets of puff

Bud):



5.1. color



5.2. chloupkatost



6. fully developed leaf (between 8 to 11 nodem):



6.1. photos



6.2. figure or imprint (with scale)



6.3. the predominant shape



6.4. number of lobes



6.5. řapíkový cutaways



6.6. the depth of the upper and lower side recess



6.7. the bottom side of the chloupkatost



6.8. the surface of the



6.9. lateral serrations



7. Flower:



the manifestation of gender



8. Bunch of grapes at industrial maturity (both wine-grape varieties '):



8.1. photograph (with scale)



8.2. the shape of the



8.3. the size of the



8.4. peduncle (length)



8.5. average weight in grammes



8.6. Severability the berries from the stems



8.7. the density of the grape



9. Berry at industrial maturity (both wine-grape varieties '):



5.7. photograph (with scale)



9.2. the shape of the



9.3. the size with indication of average weight



9.4. the color



9.5. skin (table grapes)



9.6. number of seeds (table grapes)



9.7. the flesh



6.1. the juice



6.2. smell, taste



10. Seed (both wine-grape varieties '):



photos of both parties and the profile (with scale)



(B). Physiological characters



1. Vegetation data:



1.1 establishment of phenological dates



Phenological data are determined by comparing it with one or more

comparative types.



1.2 date of opening: date in comparison to standard varieties, to

which the ordinary cut will sprout buds from the middle of the buds and is

clear their inner chloupkatost.



1.3 date of full flowering: date in comparison to standard varieties

to which fully half the flowers opens on a certain number of plants.



1.4 Maturity (both wine-grape varieties '): outside the period of maturity must be

yet given the density or estimated the degree of alcohol of the must, the contents of the

acids and the yield of grapes expressed in kg per ha, compared to

one or more comparative, if possible, the same varieties yield

level.



2. Cultivation characteristics:



2.1 Vzrůstnost



2.2 the method of growth (position of first fruit-bearing guides, the preferred

section)



2.3 fertility:



2.3.1. the regularity



2.3.2. the yield



2.3.3. the derogations



2.4 Resistance or susceptibility:



2.4.1. to adverse conditions



2.4.2. to harmful organisms



2.4.3. to the eventual cracking berries



2.5 Response during the vegetative propagation:



2.5.1.;



2.5.2. in cuttings



3. usage:



3.1. as a wine grape variety



3.2 as a table grape variety



3.3. as a rootstock



3.4. for industrial use



Table 3.2



The minimum requirements for carrying out the tests



1. ecological information:



1.1. the post



1.2. geographic data:



1.2.1. longitude



1.2.2. latitude



1.2.3. altitude



1.2.4. exposure and slope



1.3. climatic conditions



1.4. type of soil



2. Technical procedures:



2.1. for wine grapes and table grapes:



2.1.1.24 plants, if possible, to a different root stocks



2.1.2. at least 3 years of production



2.1.3. at least two experimental sites with different ecological conditions



2.1.4. reaction of grafting with at least 3 root stocks



2.2.pro rootstock varieties:



2.2.1.5 plants for at least 2 types of leadership



2.2.2.5 years after planting



2.2.3. experimental 3 places with different ecological conditions



2.2.4. the affinity of bases will be tested with at least 3 varieties



1) is released on the basis and within the limits of the law, whose content allows you to

to incorporate the relevant provisions of the European communities Decree.



2) Commission Directive 2003/90/EC of 6 May 1999. October 2003 laying down

the measures for implementing article 7 of Council Directive 2002/53/EC as regards the

minimum characters to which the examination and the minimum conditions for

examining certain varieties of agricultural plant species.



Commission Directive 2005/91/EC of 16 December 2002. December 2005 amending the

Directive 2003/90/EC setting out implementing measures for article 7

Council Directive 2002/53/EC as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

varieties of agricultural plant species.



Commission Directive 2003/91/EC of 6 May 1999. October 2003 laying down

the measures for implementing article 7 of Council Directive 2002/55/EC, as regards the

minimum characters to which the examination and the minimum conditions for

examining certain varieties of vegetable species.

Commission Directive 2004/20/EC of 4 April 2003. March 2004 establishing



the characteristics and minimum conditions for examining the varieties

vine.



Commission Directive 2006/127/EC of 7 September 2004. in December 2006, amending

Directive 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures for article 7

Council Directive 2002/55/EC, as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

types of vegetables.



Commission Directive 2007/47/EC of 26 July 2000. July 2007 amending

Directive 2003/90/EC setting out implementing measures for article 7

Council Directive 2002/53/EC as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

varieties of agricultural plant species.



Commission Directive 2007/49/EC of 26 July 2000. July 2007 amending

Directive 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures for article 7

Council Directive 2002/55/EC, as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

types of vegetables.



Commission Directive 2008/84/EC of 13 April 2004. August 2008 amending

Directive 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures for article 7

Council Directive 2002/55/EC, as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

types of vegetables.



Commission directive 2009/97/EC of 3 June 2003. August 2009 amending

Directive 2003/90/EC and 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures

to article 7 of Council Directive 2002/53/EC and 2002/55/EC, as regards the minimum

characters, to which the examination and the minimum conditions for examining

certain varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species.



Commission directive 2010/45/EU of 2. July 2010 amending

Directive 2003/90/EC and 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures

to article 7 of Council Directive 2002/53/EC and 2002/55/EC, as regards the minimum

characters, to which the examination and the minimum conditions for examining

certain varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species.



The implementing Commission directive 2011/68/EU from day 1. July 2011, which is

amending Directive 2003/90/EC and 2003/91/EC, laying down the detailed

Article 7 measures to Council Directives 2002/53/EC and 2002/55/EC, as regards the

minimum characters to which the examination and the minimum conditions for

examining certain varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species.



The implementing Commission directive 2012/8/EU of 2. March 2012, which will

amending Directive 2003/90/EC setting out implementing measures for article

7 of Council Directive 2002/53/EC as regards the minimum characteristics to which the

examination and the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties

varieties of agricultural plant species.



The implementing Commission Directive 2013/57/EC of 20 May 1999. November 2013

amended directive 2003/90/EC and 2003/91/EC, laying down the detailed

measures with respect to article 7 of Council Directive 2002/53/EC and to article 7 of Council directive

2002/55/EC as regards the characteristics to be a minimum by the examination and

the minimum conditions for examining certain varieties of agricultural

plants and vegetables.



3) Council Regulation (EC) No 2100/94 of 27 April 1994. July 1994 on Community plant variety

the rights of the community.



4) communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 109/2004 Coll., m. s.,

the approach of the Czech Republic to the International Convention for the protection of new varieties of

plants, from 2. December, 1961, as revised at Geneva on 10.

November 1972, 23. October 1978 and 19. March 1991.



5) article 2 of Commission Directive 2003/90/EC.



6) article 1 (3) of Commission Directive 2003/90/EC.