On The General Principles Of Integrated Pest Management

Original Language Title: o obecných zásadách integrované ochrany rostlin

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205/2009 Sb.


of 6 May 1999. June 2012

on the General principles of integrated pest management

The Ministry of agriculture shall be determined according to section 88 para. 1 (b). e) of Act No.

326/2004 Coll., on phytosanitary care and amendments to some related

laws, as amended by Act No. 199/2009 Coll. (hereinafter the "Act") to perform

§ 5 para. 3 of the Act:

§ 1

The subject of the edit

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

General principles of integrated pest management.

§ 2

Basic concepts

For the purposes of this Decree:

and the threshold of harm) scientifically based degree of occurrence

the body, which is necessary to perform a protective measures in order to

prevent economic damage as a result of the negative impact of harmful

the organism to reduce the yield or the quality of the plants or plant

the product,

(b) the warning procedure) information on expected or confirmed

the occurrence or spread of the harmful organism, which can cause

economically significant damage.

§ 3

General principles of integrated pest management

(1) to prevent or reduce the occurrence of harmful organisms out of

indirect plant protection methods applied, in particular, the following measures:

a) crop rotation,

(b)) the use of cultivation practices,

(c)) the use of species resistant or tolerant to harmful organisms and

seed and propagating material satisfying the requirements laid down by other legislation ^ 2)

d) balanced fertilisation, liming and water regime,

e) sanitary measures, or

f) protection and enhancement of useful organisms the use of appropriate measures

plant protection products.

(2) monitoring the occurrence of harmful organisms shall be carried out using the procedures and

tools published by law, which shall include in particular the observation of

on the site, warning systems, forecasting the occurrence of harmful organisms and

early determination of the methods or the use of advice consultants

professionally qualified according to law.

(3) plant protection method selection is based on the basis of objective

analysis of infestation by the harmful organism or provided the results of the

monitoring the occurrence of harmful organisms, with the use of Prague

harm if they are for the harmful organism or bred

the plant established and published pursuant to § 5 para. 4 (b). (b)) and e) of the Act.

(4) before the chemical methods are preferred to biological, physical and

other non-chemical methods, if they provide effective protection against the concerned

harmful organisms.

(5) use the products or methods of protection that are as much as possible

specific to the harmful organism concerned and have as little side

effects on human health, non-target organisms and the environment.

(6) the product or another way to direct plant protection will only apply

to the extent necessary, such as the benefits of lower

the boundary of the recommendations, by reducing the frequency of use or implementation of the

selection of the treatment. At the same time shall take into account, in order to increase the

the risk of developing resistance to the harmful organisms concerned products.

(7) the available anti-resistance strategies are used to

maintain the effectiveness of the products and slowed the spread of resistance of malicious

of the organism to the products, unless the risk of the emergence of resistance of malicious

the organism against a specific way to the plant published

plant protection management or professional user is known to other

and if the degree of the occurrence of the harmful organism requires repeated

treatment of cultivated plants.

(8) validates the success of the applied plant protection measures on the

records of the use of and monitoring the degree of occurrence

harmful organisms.

§ 4

The effectiveness of the

This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. January 2014.


Ing. Sarah b in r.

1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2009/128/EC of 21 June 1999. October

2009, establishing a framework for Community action to

achieve a sustainable use of pesticides.

2) Act No. 218/2003 Coll., on marketing of seeds and plants grown

plants and amending some laws (law on the circulation of seeds and plants), in

as amended.

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