Order On Field Seeds

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse om markfrø

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Overview (table of contents)

Appendix 1

List of appendices:


Appendix 2

Species covered by the Order


Appendix 3

Breeding Standards


Appendix 4

Authorization of field inspectors, samplers, companies and departments using authorized samplers and seed testing laboratories


Appendix 5

Quality standards


Appendix 6

marking


Appendix 7

Sale of varieties being tested for inclusion on the blacklist


Appendix 8

Approval to produce large quantities of grasses


Appendix 9

Particularly on conservation varieties


The full text
notice markfrø1)
Pursuant to § 1. 1-4, § 3, paragraph. 1 and § 4, paragraph. 2 of the Act on seed potatoes and plants set. Legislative Decree no. 195 of 12 March 2009, §§ 1-2 and § 13 paragraph. 3 of the Act on plant pests, see. Legislative Decree no. 198 of 12 March 2009, and following authorization:

§ 1. A batch of seed of a species listed in Annex 2, may only be sold as seed for sowing in accordance with this notice.

PCS. 2. The provisions on sale also applies to held for sale, offering for sale, distribution, delivery and other transfer payment or not.

PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 and 2, the decree is not for

1) The supply of seed to official inspection, testing and study

2) the supply of seeds to processing and packaging, provided that the recipient does not acquire title to seed, and

3) sale of seeds for breeding of plants for decoration.

PCS. 4. The provision of § 25 on plant also applies to seeds of the species of Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower), although the species is not otherwise covered by this Order.

Company registration

§ 2. A company that produces and outweighs seeds in this country for sowing or leads seeds for sowing into the country for sale, shall be registered with the Danish Plant Directorate.

PCS. 2. Switches a registered business owner, or the company is no longer subject to registration under paragraph. 1, the Directorate informed in writing thereof.

PCS. 3. A registered company must keep records of purchases, stocks and sale of seeds. The accounts must contain information on the quantity, reference or seed lot number for incoming and outgoing parties and sender and recipient of these. The accounts must be kept for at least three years.

PCS. 4. Directorate can cancel a firm's registration if the company not later than 30 days after the demand has paid the fees due under the order on payment for control mm with seeds.

PCS. 5 pieces. 1-4 does not apply to a company that is buying the brand and sealed seed in a Member State of the European Union and resells it without breaking the seal.

Breeding Regulations

§ 3. Breeding must be based on a written contract between grower and a registered company.

PCS. 2 pcs. 1 does not apply to breeding on land owned or used by a registered company.

§ 4. For the production of seed to be approved for certification to be used an outlay party that satisfies the requirements of paragraph. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. Lay the Party must be of a variety

1) recorded on the Danish catalog, cf. Order on the list of approved varieties of agricultural plant and vegetable species (black list), or

2) included in the European Community Common Catalogue, or

3) has been notified for inclusion in the Danish catalog, and the variety recorded before breeding notified to final certification, or

4) authorized for use in a state which is not a member of the European Union, provided that the breeding to be exported to that State.

PCS. 3 pieces. 2 apply only to varieties (inbred lines, hybrids) which are intended solely as components for hybrid varieties, the seed of the varieties to be sold with an indication of the variety name.

PCS. 4. Lay the Party must be certified as pre-basic, basic, or for field pea, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp as certified seed first generation, see. § 15.

PCS. 5. Notwithstanding paragraph. 4, a lot Breeders, see. § 15 paragraph. 1 pt. 1, after notification to the Plant Directorate used for breeding if the lot is produced in black owner or his authorized representative, guarantee, and its varietal characteristics similar to the variety description. §§ 9-12 shall apply accordingly.


§ 5. An outlay party that is not produced in this country, shall comply with § 4 and § 12 paragraph. 1 and 3, and shall be notified to the Plant Directorate before sowing.

PCS. 2. Notification of a batch manufactured in a state whose seed production by decision of the Council of the European Union approved as equivalent to seed production in a Member State and lots of varieties (inbred lines, hybrids) which are intended solely as components for hybrid varieties, must be accompanied party's original label or a copy thereof.

PCS. 3. The provisions of § 33 shall apply accordingly.

Breeding Control

§ 6. An area of ​​seed required certified, inspected during the growing season to control the breeding standards in Appendix 3 are met.

PCS. 2. Notification to breeding control must be submitted to the Plant Directorate and can only be submitted by a registered company.

PCS. 3. The notification must include only one farmer, one species, one black and one category and may only cover several areas, if these are within a radius of 3 km.

PCS. 4. An area of ​​field seeds must be reported to breeding control by May 1, but for winter by 1 February. Notifications received after 1 July rejected.

§ 7. Breeding check must be made by the Plant Directorate's field inspectors.

PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph 1 may breeding control of land with seeds that are reported to the production of certified seed 1st and 2nd generation, carried out by people who directorate has authorized under the provisions of Annex 4, Part I. Directorate carries out random breeding control of the controlled areas.

PCS. 3. Administration will inform the writing of the outcome of breeding control. In case of rejection stated reason.

Party Control

§ 8. Plant Directorate takes the request of a registered company samples of a batch originating from approved areas and which is intended for certification for examination of whether the batch complies with the quality standards in Annex 5.

PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 samples may be collected by a sampler, which is authorized by the Directorate in accordance with Annex 4, Part II, when sampling takes place in a company or department authorized by the provisions of Annex 4, Part III.

PCS. 3. The company shall cause to be carried out official analyzes of the samples, see. § 41. The company must submit a copy of the analysis results within 3 months. After the date of sampling. All costs for the sampling and analysis by the company.

§ 9. Sampling must be performed according to current international rules and in accordance with the "Instructions for sampling of seeds."

PCS. 2. Sampling must be performed in a suitable room and the party must be easily accessible and clearly separated from other lots. The sampler must have a suitable room at its disposal for registrations, shredding, labeling, sealing and storage. The room must be located in relation to the premises where the other part of the sampling work is done, and there must be a locker which only the test floors have access to.

PCS. 3. By sampling with an automatic sampler installation must be approved by the Danish Plant Directorate. The automatic sampler is to be the test could take samples properly. The company must perform an annual check of the automatic sampler and carry a document for verification.

§ 10. A lot, including mixtures see. § 20 shall be notified to certification in sealed units that are labeled with an official label in accordance with Annex 6

PCS. 2. The party must be sufficiently uniform, and lot weight shall not exceed the following limits by more than 5 per cent .:

1) Lupin, field pea, broad bean and vikkearter 30 tons.

2) Seed of beet 20 tons.

3) Other species 10 tonnes.

PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 2 Do lots of grasses that are produced in the production units approved by the Plant Directorate to produce large quantities of grasses, see. Annex 8 does not exceed 25 tons by more than 5 per cent. Approval can be revoked under. Annex 8, Part III, no. 3.

PCS. 4. Marking and sealing must be made of the sampler or under its supervision and so that it is damaged on opening and can not be used again. § 8 pcs. 2 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 5. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1, a company that is licensed by the Plant Directorate, notify a seed lot in connection with that party handed in bulk directly to the final consumer in this country, see. § 27 paragraph. 3.

PCS. 6. If the seal is broken and the game shall be resealed, it must be under the sampler's supervision.


PCS. 7. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1, a stand portion in boxes with no seal provided that

1) the boxes are covered with lids to avoid contamination,

2) funds have not moved unsealed between production departments

3) the party is marketed in sealed units, and

4) The company has one of the Plant Directorate approved quality system.

PCS. 8. Notwithstanding the provisions of Annex 6, Part I, Section A, no. 9, Section B, no. 8, section E, no. 7, and Part IV, Section C, no. 9, the weights for a lot of big boxes, the average weight for the boxes in the party, provided that

1) the exact weight recorded on a corporate box label, which also has information about lot number, variety and category

2) boxes labeled with the average weight is not moved from the manufacturer's warehouse

3) the units labeled with the correct weight in the marketing of the party, and

4) The company has one of the Plant Directorate approved quality system.

§ 11. Proof of purchase, pressure and consumption of official labels must be registered. This also applies to bags with pre-printed label.

PCS. 2. During the procurement of official sealing devices, including seals and sealing strips, transferred all sealing devices sampler. Proof of purchase and consumption of sealing devices shall be recorded for each type.

§ 12. The company shall procure that a sample taken from the lot according to § 8, control cultivated for the determination of the party with the standards in Annex 3 and 5 for varietal identity and content of other varieties.

PCS. 2. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1 samples of a batch of certified seeds of species other than field peas, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp and certified seed second generation of field pea, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp only control are grown at the request of the Directorate. The samples must be stored for at least a year.

PCS. 3 pieces. 1 shall not apply to a party that is not bred in this country if the notifier by 15 August for the marketing year shall communicate to the Directorate a control cultivation certificate issued by an official inspection in farm country.

PCS. 4. Control culture can be carried out by the Plant Directorate or by the authority of another Member State of the European Union or Member State of the European Economic Area. The result of the control cultivation carried out in another Member State shall be submitted to the Plant Directorate not later than 15 August of the year the results are available. All costs associated with the inspection shall be borne by the company.

PCS. 5. Control culture should be performed in accordance with applicable international rules

certification

§ 13. A party from a licensed area in this country can be reported to the Plant Directorate for certification.

PCS. 2. The notification must be submitted in writing to the Directorate and can only be submitted by a registered company. The notification must indicate in which category the party requested certified, see. § 15, which farm lots or certified parties involved in the notified party and in what amounts.

PCS. 3 pieces. 1 and 2 and § 33 applies correspondingly to a party that

1) were produced in a Member State of the European Union and of direct descent from

a) pre-basic seed or certified seed, first generation, certified in a Member State of the European Union or of a State which is not a member of the European Union but whose production of seeds approved as equivalent to the production of seeds in a Member State or

b) the crossing of basic seed certified in a Member State with basic seed certified in an equal state (hybrid varieties)

2) labeled in accordance with Annex 6, Part II, section A, and

3) is accompanied by an official accompanying document containing the information specified in Annex 6, Part II, Section B.

PCS. 4 pcs. 1 and 2 and § 33 applies correspondingly to a party that is bred in a state which is not a member of the European Union if

1) basic seed produced or certified in this country or in that state and that state's seed production is approved as equivalent to seed production in a Member State

2) breeding State has been officially confirmed, the party meets breeding OECD standards rules, see. § 18

3) it must be labeled as not finally certified seed in accordance with OECD rules, see. § 18, and

4) it must be accompanied by an official accompanying document, see. Annex 6 Part VII.

§ 14. Plant Directorate certifies a party that meets quality standards in Appendix 5.


PCS. 2. Notwithstanding § 15 paragraph. 1 pt. 1 and 2, the Directorate may certify a party as pre-basic or basic seed, even if it does not comply with the norm of Annex 5 for germination see. However, § 32.

§ 15. Plant Directorate certifies a party that

1) pre-basic seed, if

a) on the black owner or his representative responsibility is bred Breeders, which means the seed of an improved variety, used for maintenance of the variety, or for the production of pre-basic seed,

b) is intended for the production of pre-basic, basic or certified seed and

c) satisfies the requirements for certification as basic seed,

2) basic seed, if

a) on the black owner or his representative responsibilities are bred on pre-basic seed or Breeders who meet the conditions for certification as basic seed, and

b) is intended for the production of certified seeds or,

c) in the case of hybrid varieties that contain seeds for breeding of either female or male parent plants,

3) certified seeds of species other than field peas, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp, if

a) are bred on basic or on the black owner or his representative responsibility of pre-basic seed, satisfying the requirements for certification as basic seed, and

b) be used for purposes other than the production of seed for sowing

4) certified seed first generation of field pea, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp, if

a) are bred on basic or on the black owner or his representative responsibility of pre-basic seed, satisfying the requirements for certification as basic seed, and

b) to be used for the production of certified seed second generation or for purposes other than the production of seed for sowing

5) certified seed second generation of field pea, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp, if

a) has been produced certified seed first generation, the basic seed or black owner or his representative responsibility of pre-basic seed, satisfying the requirements for certification as basic seed, and

b) be used for purposes other than the production of seed for sowing.

§ 16. To be certified a lot is, all labels are removed from the party and handed over to the sampler. Bags of pre-printed label to be emptied, or the label must be made unreadable during the sampler's control.

validity

§ 17. A batch of pre-basic or basic seed may be sold until the end of the season (July 1 to June 30) following the season in which the party is sampled first in order to examine whether the norm for germination Annex 5 are complied with.

PCS. 2. A lot of certified seeds to be sold for one year from the date on which the party is sampled first in order to examine whether the norm for germination of Annex 5 are complied with.

PCS. 3. After expiry the validity may be extended for a further period referred to. Paragraphs. 1 and 2, if a study of a new test of the party shows that the norm for germination in Annex 5 continue to be met. § 8 shall apply accordingly. The party felt see. Annex 6, Part I, Section C of § 16 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 4. After the validity period can run batches, including mixtures see. § 20, mixed, and the mixed batch can be reported for certification under the provisions of §§ 8 - 16

PCS. 5. Extension of the period of validity referred. Paragraphs. 3, and certification of remaining stock, see. Paragraph. 4, can be made only at the request of a registered company.

PCS. 6th Showing a review of a batch of pre-basic or basic seed, the party does not comply with the norm for germination in Annex 5, apply § 14 paragraph. 2 equivalent.

OECD certification

§ 18. Notwithstanding §§ 8-16 Plant Directorate may, upon written application to certify a batch according to the rules for certification of field seeds sold internationally laid down by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), where the consignment to be exported to a State who are not members of the European Union.

commercial seed

§ 19. Notwithstanding the provisions of §§ 15-18 can batches of seeds of annual meadow grass, bermuda grass, sulla, foderesparsette, plain. fenugreek, Hungarian vetch and black mustard approved by the Plant Directorate without breeding scrutiny referred. §§ 6 and 7, and sold as 'commercial' if it is sufficiently generic genuine and based on a study of the Party in accordance with §§ 8 - 13 has been established that the party meets quality standards in Annex 5, part I, part C, and part III, section B.

seed mixtures


§ 20. Lots of genera and species covered by this Order, the Order on seed and Order on vegetable seed should be mixed and sold to breeding of forage plants. Mixtures containing seeds of species other than those covered by the above regulations shall not be sold for breeding of forage plants. Parties must before mixing comply with the conditions of sale for such notices. § 22 and 23 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 2. Lots of varieties of grasses not approved for animal feed, may not be included in the mixture, see. Paragraph. 1.

PCS. 3. Lots of different species and varieties covered by this order shall on demand of the final consumer of the seed divided and without special labeling sold in small packages, see. § 22, as 'Special Blend'. The packages may not be resold. Special Blends must have a composition different seed mixtures listed on the company's order list.

PCS. 4. Mixtures shall be marked in accordance with Annex 6 and manufactured under the sampler's supervision.

PCS. 5. Undertakings shall keep records of consumption and sale of seeds sold by paragraph. 1 and 3

§ 21 Batches of oil and fiber plants can be traded as a varietal. At a varietal is a mixture of certified seed of a specified pollinator-dependent hybrid (female component which is male sterile) and certified seed of one or more pollinator (male component).

PCS. 2. The mixture takes place in conditions that jointly determined by the persons responsible for the maintenance of the sub-paragraph 1 of that Article.

PCS. 3. mixture within paragraph. 2 must be notified to the Plant Directorate.

PCS. 4. The seed of the female and male components shall be dressed using different colored seed dressing.

PCS. 5. Packages of seed must be labeled in accordance with Annex 6

Small packages

§ 22. A registered company may split the seed lots of fodder, beet categories of basic and certified seeds in small packages and sell them provided that the seed meets the quality standards of Annex 5 and is labeled in accordance with Annex 6, and the company upon registration the compensation scheme for agricultural seed has committed to pay compensation to the buyer if the Plant Directorate subsequently finds that the seed did not comply with those standards.

PCS. 2. Small packages must have the following maximum net weight, excluding any content of granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives:

1) Beet seed ( 'Community småpakning'):

a) monogerm and precision: 2,5 kg or up to 100,000 clusters, and

b) Second seeds: 10 kg.

2) Seeds of forage plants:

a) mixtures of seeds for purposes other than the production of fodder ( 'Community A-småpakning'): 2 kg, and

b) basic, certified or commercial seed and mixtures of seeds ( 'Community B-småpakning'): 10 kg.

§ 23. The company must inform the Plant Directorate when splitting, see. § 22 is completed with information on the reference numbers and quantities of the lots is divided.

PCS. 2. Divide parties that are not bred in this country, the notice shall be accompanied by the official assay certificates and a label from the parties or a copy of the leaflets.

PCS. 3. Small packages may be sold until 30 September following the end of the season (July 1 to June 30) following the season in which the party is sealed. It may be renewed, see. § 17 paragraph. 3.

pickling

§ 24. For chemical treatment (pickling) of field seeds to be used a mordant, which are licensed by the Environmental Protection Agency. Mordant must be distributed uniformly in the party. The agent must be used in the amount indicated on the label. Information on the means and dosage of this must be communicated to the Plant Directorate.

PCS. 2. Information on pickling and mordant must be disclosed on the official label referred to. Annex 6, or on a supplier's label.

PCS. 3. pickled a party certified field pea, must be carried out a new investigation into whether the lot still meets norm for germination of Annex 5, Part I, Section A, Table 2, respectively in Part III, Section A, no. 3. §§ 8 -10 to § 14 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly.


PCS. 4. pickled a party certified rape, must conduct a new study of whether the party still meets norm for germination of Annex 5, Part I, Section A, Table 2, respectively in Part III, Section A, no. 3. Exceptions are parties where germination before pickling is at least 5 per cent. higher than the norm for germination. For these lots, a sample is taken for use in any investigation of whether the party still meets norm for germination in Annex 5. §§ 8-10 and § 14 paragraph. 2 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 5. A batch field pea or canola, which is stained, see. Paragraph. 3 and 4 may not be sold before the test results unless

1) germination before pickling was at least 5 per cent. higher than the norm in Annex 5, Part I, Section A, Table 2, respectively in Part III, Section A, no. 3,

2) pickling is made the same season as the certification of the party, and

3) the company that lets pickling operations, by signing up for the Indemnity Fund for agricultural seed has committed to pay compensation to the ultimate purchaser, if the result of the survey shows that the party does not comply with the norm for germination see. No. 1. || |
plant passport

§ 25. Plant passport issued by the Plant Directorate or by a company that is licensed by the Directorate. The plant passport may only be used for the seed lot, it is issued. Species requiring plant as specified in paragraphs. 2 and 3.

PCS. 2. If a seed lot of beet to be sold in a country that is approved as a protected zone, the game shall bear or be accompanied by a plant containing the information set out in Annex 6, Part VI. Prior to issuing the passport must by official examination a finding that the party complies with the European Community Council Directive 2000/29 / EC, Annex 1, Part B and Annex IV, Part B, no. 27.1. For seeds from other EU countries, the passport must be issued by the official control of breeding country or of a company that is authorized by the control authority.

PCS. 3. Seeds of lucerne and Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) must be marked with plant whose seed is to be sold or moved within the European Union. Small packages that are not for commercial purposes shall not be fitted with plant. The requirements to be met for that seed may be marked with plant is shown in Annex 5, Part I, Section A, no. 2 and 3. The labeling of plant can be done by

1) EU-label certification add text as specified in Annex 6, Part I, section A, and Annex 6 Part III, Section C, or

2) each package is supplied with the plant that meets the requirements of Annex 6, Part VI.

Sales

§ 26. A party may only be sold once it is certified, see. However, § 19

PCS. 2. A lot may be sold before the results of control tests available, see. § 12 paragraph. 4. Approved the party not in control tests, possible remaining stock is not sold as seed for sowing.

§ 27 seeds, including mixtures, to be sold in labeled and sealed packaging.

PCS. 2. The labeling shall be in accordance with Annex 6. § 10 shall apply accordingly.

PCS. 3. Notwithstanding paragraph. 1, an undertaking which is authorized by the Plant Directorate, sell seed of field pea and broad bean in bulk directly to the final consumer in this country. The information on the official label referred to. Annex 6, Part I, Section A shall be communicated to the consumer in a special accompanying document. The party must in the sampler's supervision delivered directly to the final consumer and shall not be returned to the selling company.

§ 28. Notwithstanding § 26 paragraph. 1, the Plant Directorate may allow a party that is for certification, sold before the results of the survey for germination is provided

1) sales made only to the first link in the trade chain

2) there is a preliminary analysis proof

3) the company

a) has informed the Directorate buyer's name and

b) by an additional labeling maintains information provided in Annex 6, Part I, Section D.

§ 29. Notwithstanding § 26 paragraph. 1 may be a lot intended for use as field seeds sold uncertified

1) to a State which is not a member of the European Union,

2) as a raw material to a registered business in this country, provided there is certain seed identity.

PCS. 2. Notwithstanding § 26 paragraph. 1 may be a party from an area approved by breeding scrutiny referred. §§ 6 and 7, sold as not finally certified seed to a Member State of the European Union for final certification of that State. The party must be labeled with the information specified in Annex 6, Part II, Section A and must be accompanied by an official document containing the information specified in Annex 6, Part II, Section B.


§ 30. Notwithstanding § 26 paragraph. 1, the Plant Directorate may allow a consignment sold uncertified for use in this country in small quantities for trials, scientific purposes and processing.

PCS. 2. Authorisation for sale pursuant to subsection. 1 seed of a genetically modified variety shall be granted only if, on the basis of a formal environmental impact assessment is taken all appropriate measures to avoid adverse effects on human health and the environment.

PCS. 3. Seeds sold by paragraph. 2, must be labeled with the information specified in Annex 6, Part IV, Section B.

§ 31. Notwithstanding § 25 paragraph. 1, smaller quantities of varieties being tested for inclusion on black list approved for sale if they are used exclusively for testing and testing new varieties and fulfill the other requirements of Annex 7

PCS. 2. Parties, see. Paragraph. 1 shall be marked as indicated in Annex 6, Part I, Section F.

§ 32. When selling a batch of pre-basic or basic seed which does not comply with the norm of Annex 5 for germination see. § 14 paragraph. 2, it shall disclose the observed germination by an additional marking as specified. Annex 6, Part I, Section D, and must notify the Plant Directorate, the additional labeling have been performed.

PCS. 2. The sale of part of a genetically modified variety that fact made clear in catalogs etc

imports

§ 33. A batch produced abroad may be sold if

1) the variety is entered in the Danish blacklist or the European Community Common Catalogue, and

2) the consignment is certified

a) in a Member State of the European Union, or

b) in a state whose seed production by the decision of Council of the European Union approved as equivalent to seed production in a Member State and

3) the party if it is produced in an equal state

a) is labeled in accordance with OECD rules, see. § 18, and is accompanied by an official OECD Certificate

b) is accompanied by an original ISTA analysis certificate or, in the seeds from the US and Canada, an official AOSA analysis certificate or a copy of the test report

c) each package is provided with an official statement that the consignment complies with EC rules and standards,

d) if the party is chemically treated, it may be stated on the official label or other marking as well as inside or outside of the package, and

e) if the party is genetically modified, disclosed on all labels and documents related to the party.

4) when the party introduced for further multiplication applies to § 12 paragraph. 1 and 3, accordingly.

PCS. 2. A lot with a total weight of over two kilos entering the country from an equal state for sale must be reported to the Plant Directorate. Not finally certified seed shall, in addition to an OECD certificate be accompanied by an official accompanying document containing information in Annex 6, Part VII.

Production and trade of conservation varieties

§ 34. Production and trafficking of varieties listed in the catalog as 'conservation variety' can only take place in the region of origin.

PCS. 2. The provisions of §§ 1-2, § 24 paragraph. 1 and 2 and § 25 shall apply mutatis mutandis for conservation varieties.

PCS. 3. If the production of conservation black due to a specific environmental problem can not take place in this country, the Plant Directorate may approve additional regions for seed production. Conservation varieties produced in those additional regions may be used exclusively in the region of origin

§ 35. Companies producing conservation varieties, shall, before the beginning of each production season report information about the size and location of the production area, as well as the quantity of seeds are expected to be brought into trade, to the Plant Directorate. The report must be submitted no later than January 1 for spring crops and by 1 July for winter crops.

PCS. 2. Plant Directorate shall, upon the basis of the paragraph. 1 below reports the amount of seed of conservation varieties, the company must bring in trade in the following season. The total volume placed in commerce, shall not exceed that of Annex 9, I stated.

§ 36. A portion of a conservation variety may be sold as 'conservation variety' without official control.

PCS. 2. The party must comply with EU quality standards for certification of 'certified seed' as mentioned in Annex 5 with the exception of Title I, Part A, no. 1, Section I, B and C, Section III, Part A, no. 1 and point B and the minimum varietal purity. The party must also comply with the standards for wild oats and barren oats. The party must be sufficiently homogeneous and lot weight shall not exceed the weight limit in § 10 paragraph. 2, with more than 5 percent.


PCS. 3. The party shall have sufficient clean.

§ 37. Conservation varieties may only be put on sale in sealed packages or containers and sealed so that the seal is damaged on opening and can not be used again. The pack must be labeled in accordance with the provisions of Annex 9 II.

§ 38. The company shall procure that a sample of the lot to investigate whether the party meets the quality standards referred to. Appendix 5. The sample can be taken and examined by the company. The company may request the Plant Directorate to take the test. The cost of the sampling and analysis by the company.

PCS. 2. The sample must be taken in accordance with the Directorate instruction in seed sampling and must be examined in accordance with current international methods and the Directorate's instructions.

PCS. 3. The company must request from the Plant Directorate forward a copy of the test report. The sample must be stored for at least two years for the purpose of possible controls.

PCS. 4. Operators shall, within 14 days after the closing of a portion of a conservation variety notify the Plant Directorate with information on the species, variety, quantity, reference number and date of closing of the party, which shall not be later than the date of the last inspection of the lot for spireevene.

§ 39th Plant Directorate verifies whether the lot meets the quality standards set out in Annex 5, and the party sufficient varietal identity and purity.

PCS. 2. The company has notified the party, see. § 38 paragraph. 4, assume all the costs associated with the control.

§ 40. Companies must by 30 June report, the amount of seed of each conservation variety placed on the trade in the finished production season.

Official analyzes

§ 41. Examination of samples covered by the Order can be made:

1) of a seed testing laboratory authorized to do so by the Directorate in accordance with Annex 4, Part IV, or

2) as an official investigation in another Member State of the European Union, or

3) as a study carried out under official control in another Member State of the European Union.

Administrative provisions

§ 42. Plant Directorate may, upon written application, authorize the sale of a party that does not qualify for certification if it is necessary to overcome the temporary difficulties in the supply of seeds.

§ 43. Plant Directorate shall check that the provisions of this Order are complied with.

PCS. 2. Plant Directorate's control and analysis results are published.

§ 44. Appeals against the Danish Plant Directorate's decisions under this Order may be submitted to the Minister for Food, Agriculture and Fisheries within 4 weeks after the decision is announced the decision relates. The complaint should be addressed to the Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Fisheries Department and sent to the Danish Plant Directorate.

PCS. 2. Complaints about breeding within the meaning of. §§ 6 and 7 should be administered as soon as possible to ensure that the basis for a new field inspection is unchanged.

§ 45. Violation of § 1. 1, § 2. 1 piece. 2, first indent, and paragraph. 3, § 5, §§ 8-12, § 16, § 17, par. 1 and 2, § 20, § 21 paragraph. 3-5, §§ 22-30, §§ 33-38 and § 40 fine.

§ 46. An authorization granted pursuant to Annex 4, Part I, II, III and IV, see. § 7 paragraph. 2 and § 8 paragraph. 2 and 3 or pursuant to Annex 8, see. § 9 paragraph. 3, may be withdrawn if it is found that

1) one or more of the conditions set out in Annex 4, Part I, II, III and IV or Annex 8 are not met, or

2) the company despite demands accordingly failed to pay outstanding inspection fees.

§ 47. This Order shall enter into force on 1 January 2011.

PCS. 2. Order no. 673 of 17 June 2010 on the field seeds repealed.

Plant Directorate, December 15, 2010
Ole P. Kristensen
/ Dorthe Nielsen



Appendix 1

List of appendices:







Appendix 1


List of appendices



Appendix 2


Species covered by the Order



Appendix 3


Breeding Standards



Appendix 4



Authorization of field inspectors, samplers, companies and departments using authorized samplers and seed testing laboratories



Appendix 5


Quality standards



Appendix 6


marking



Appendix 7


Sale of varieties being tested for inclusion on the blacklist



Appendix 8


Approval to produce large quantities of grasses



Appendix 9


Particularly on conservation varieties










Appendix 2

Species covered by the Order
Seeds of species is sold as pre-basic, basic and certified seed first generation.
For species where seeds may be sold as certified seed, second generation, stated: "(C2)."
For species where seeds may be sold as commercial seed, stated: "(H)".
Scientific names in italics.











I. Fodder plants





1.




grasses









Agrostis canina L.


Velvet bent







Agrostis capillaris L.


Alm. bentgrass







Agrostis gigantea Roth


Swamp bentgrass







Agrostis stolonifera L.


Creeping bent







Alopecurus pratensis L.


meadow foxtail







Arrhenatherum elatius (L.) P. Beau. ex J. Presl & C. Presl.


Alm. tall meadow oat







Bromus catharticus Vahl


American heron







Step Bromus sitchensis.


Alaska Brome







Cynodon dactylon (L.) Pers.


Bermuda Grass


(H)







Dactylis glomerata L.


Alm. orchard grass







Festuca arundinacea Schreber


fescue







Festuca filiformis Pourr.


Fine-leaved fescue







Festuca ovina L.


fescue







Festuca pratensis Huds.


Meadow fescue







Festuca rubra L.


Red fescue







Festuca trachyphylla (Hack.) Krajina


Bakkesvingel







X Festulolium Asch. & Graebn.


Festulolium (Hybrids resulting from the crossing of Festuca species and a Lolium species)







Lolium multiflorum Lam.


Italian ryegrass, including Westerwold ryegrass







Lolium perenne L.


Alm. ryegrass







Lolium x boucheanum Kunth


Hybrid Ryegrass







Phleum nodosum L.


Tuber Rat Tail







Phleum pratense L.


timothy







Poa annua L.


Annual meadow grass


(H)






Poa nemoralis L.


Lundrapgræs







Poa palustris L.


Swamp meadow grass







Poa pratensis L.


Kentucky bluegrass








Poa trivialis L.


Alm. bluegrass







Trisetum flavescens (L.) P. Beau.


Alm. gold oats











2.




Legumes









Galega orientalis Lam.


Blue line pods







Hedysarum coronarium L.


Red rooster clover


(H)






Lotus corniculatus L.


Alm. birdsfoot







Lupinus albus L.


White lupine


(C2)






Lupinus angustifolius L.


Blue lupine


(C2)






Lupinus luteus L.


Yellow lupine


(C2)






Medicago lupulina L.


Trefoil







Medicago sativa L.


Lucerne







Medicago x varia T. Martyn


Sandlucerne







Onobrychis viciifolia Scop.


Foderesparsette


(H)






Pisum sativum L.


Field peas


(C2)






Trifolium alexandrinum L.


EGYPTIAN








Trifolium hybridum L.


Alsike clover







Trifolium incarnatum L.


Crimson clover







Trifolium pratense L.


Red clover







Trifolium repens L.


White clover







Trifolium resupinatum L.


Conversely clover







Trigonella foenum-graecum L.


Alm. fenugreek


(H)






Vicia faba L.


Field bean


(C2)






Vicia pannonica Crantz


Hungarian vetch


(H)






Vicia sativa L.


vetch







Vicia villosa Roth


vetch











3.




Other species









Brassica napus L. var. napobrassica (L.) Rchb.


rutabaga







Brassica oleracea L. Convar. Acephala (DC) Alef var. medullosa Thell. + Var.Viridis L.


kale







Phacelia tanacetifolia Benth.


Alm. bluebell







Raphanus sativus L. var. oleiformis Pers.


Fodder radish











II.





beet









Beta vulgaris L. var. rapacea WDJ Koch


Fodder beet







Beta vulgaris L. var. altissima Döll.



sugar beet











III.




Oil and fiber plants









Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.


Brown mustard







Brassica napus L.


Rape







Brassica nigra (L.) WDJ Koch


Black mustard


(H)






Brassica rapa L. subsp. oleifera (DC.) Metzg.


rAPE







Cannabis sativa L.



Hemp, of authorized varieties with a tetrahydrocannabinol content not exceeding 0.2 per cent.1)



(C2)






Carum carvi L.


caraway







Linum usitatissimum L.


Fibre flax and linseed, forms of the ordinary. flax


(C2)






Papaver somniferum L.


Poppy







Sinapis alba L.


Yellow mustard






1) cf. Order on narcotics







Appendix 3

Breeding Standards








I. previous crop








1. Species of herbaceous plants




The area must be free of specified species or varieties for at least the specified number of full calendar years.






Areas for breeding





Pre-basic / basic


Certified seed



a)


Between the seed production of different types, respectively.







i)


for grasses


5 years


3 years





ii)


for pulses


5 years


3 years



b)


In between seed of different varieties of the same species







i)


for grasses


5 years


3 years





ii)


for pulses


7 years


3 years













The time intervals listed under point a can with permission from the Plant Directorate reduced if the former cultivated nature, they present no risk of unwanted pollination and seed of the species can be easily frarenses, or there can be a safe separation at frøanalysen in the laboratory. Authorization shall be granted unless there is breeding of ryegrass compared to previous breeding of other kinds of ryegrass.






For green fallow with herbaceous plants, where the field has not been beaten by 15 May, the number of years the conformity criteria will be used.














2. Other species of fodder plants other than herbaceous plants and requirements for seed of oil and fiber plants







The area must be free of specified species or varieties for at least the specified number of full calendar years.



a)


Between breeding of different varieties of field pea, broad bean, white lupine, blue lupine,






yellow lupine and Poppy


2 years



b)


Between the seed of swede or turnips and






i)


former breeding of rape and turnip


16 years






ii)


former breeding of other related species


8 years



c)


Between the seed of various species of cruciferous feed and oil seed plants and






between Garden cabbage, radish and radish


8 years



d)


In between seed of different varieties of the same species of swede, turnips, kale,






radish and radish


8 years



e)


In between seed of different varieties of






the same kind of rape, rape and mustard


6 years



f)


Between seed of varieties of canola or rape with a different level of erucic acid and






/ Or glucosinolates


8 years



g)


In between seed of different varieties of blue line pods, plain. flax, caraway,






alm. bluebell and hemp


3 years










3. Beet




The area must be free of specified species or varieties for at least the specified number of full calendar years.



a)


Compared to the previous seed production of beet


8 years



b)


Compared to previous breeding of beet to






feed or factory use


4 years







II. Minimum distances





1. Grassland Plants







a)


For fremmedbefrugtede species must have the following minimum distances between seed fields and other pollen sources:





Areas for breeding





Pre-basic / basic


Certified frø1)







Field of over 2 ha


200 m


50 m





Mark of less than 2 ha


200 m


100 m





In other pollen sources means:







i)


Other seed fields with other black - for ryegrass species and red fescue only for varieties with the same ploidy.





ii)


Other seed fields with related species which can cross, for example. species of ryegrass with the same ploidy.





iii)


Fields and uncultivated areas with unknown varieties of species that come to flowering.



b)


The indicated minimum distances, with permission from the Plant Directorate reduced if there is sufficient protection from any undesirable foreign pollination.



c)


For varieties of ryegrass species and red fescue with different ploidy and self-pollinating or apomictic species there must be a minimum distance of 1 m between different species and varieties.







1) OECD-certification should be the party label is applied to remark that the seed should not be used for further propagation, unless the distances have been at least 100 m, respectively 200 m







2. Legumes, oil and fiber plants







a)


To avoid that feed and oil plants of the genus Brassica crossed with other Brassica species, the distance to seed fields with other Brassica species will be at least 200 m for the production of pre-basic and basic seed and 100 m for the production of certified seed. For the production of hybrid canola or hybridrybs length shall be 500 m and 300 m.



b)


To avoid cross-pollination between different varieties of the same species must comply with the following minimum distances:









Art


Areas for breeding





Pre-basic / basic


Certified seed



Rape (other than hybrids)


200 m


100 m



RAPE (other than hybrids)


500 m


200 m



Hybrid varieties of oilseed rape and turnip


500 m


300 m




Black mustard


500 m


200 m



Between varieties of other Brassica species


800 m


500 m



Yellow mustard


500 m


200 m



Fodder radish


500 m


200 m



Poppy


400 m


200 m



caraway


400 m


200 m



Field bean


400 m


200 m



Alm. bluebell


400 m


200 m



Blue line pods


200 m


100 m



White lupine


200 m


100 m



Blue lupine


200 m


100 m



Yellow lupine


200 m


100 m



Hemp, monoecious


5,000 m


1000 m



Hemp, other than monoecious


400 m


200 m











c)


The stated distances with permission from the Plant Directorate reduced if there is sufficient protection from any undesirable foreign fertilization.



d)


For selvbefrugtede species, for example. field peas and plain. flax, must be used between different varieties be a minimum distance of 1 m.



e)


For white lupine, blue lupine and yellow lupine distance is 50 m for areas for the production of certified seed, in the case of the production of the second generation, and the field is larger than 2.0 ha.







3. Beet








To avoid crossing different varieties of the same species or interbreeding with other varieties must comply with the following minimum distances:








Areas for breeding



Minimum distance


Basic seed


Certified seed



1)


For seed fields of sugar beet by other black


1000 m


800 m



2)


For seed fields by other bederoeformer


1000 m


1000 m



3)


For seed fields of beetroot or flowers







crop plants which


1,200 m


1,200 m






The stated distances also apply in relation to bolters in first year fields that bloom at the same time as frøavlsarealet, and the flowering plants of the sea beet.










III. Occurrence of other species, or plants of the species concerned, obviously not being true to the variety.








1. Grassland Plants









Areas for breeding





Basic seed


Certified seed



Maximum allowable occurrence of plants of the species concerned, obviously not being true to the variety in:





a)


Species other than Kentucky bluegrass


No more than 1 plant
per. 30 m2



No more than 1 plant
per. 10 m2




b)


Kentucky bluegrass,







-


monoclonal varieties


No more than 1 plant
per. 20 m2



A maximum of 6 plants
per. 10 m2






-


multi-clonal varieties



No more than 1 plant
per. 20 m2



A maximum of 4 plants
per. 10 m2




The maximum permissible occurrence of other kinds of ryegrass and festulolium in ryegrass and festulolium


No more than 1 plant
per. 50 m2



No more than 1 plant
per. 10 m2








2. Species other than pasture plants, other than hybrid canola









Maximum capacity per. 10 m2






Raising of pre-basic / basic


Production of certified seed






C1


C2



Maximum allowable occurrence of plants of
the species that perfect match
of not being true to the variety in:




-


field peas, broad beans, turnip and








kale


1


3


5



-


oil and flax


5


20


25



-


spring and winter oilseed rape (oil), (other than the hybrid), brown mustard, plain. bluebell, black mustard, caraway, hemp, blue








dash pods, species of vetch, fodder radish and species of lupine


1 pr. 30 m2



1


11)




-


forage rape, rape and yellow mustard


1


3




-


Poppy


2


5








1) Only for hemp and lupine







3. Hybrid Rape







a)



Maximum allowable occurrence of plants of
the kind unmistakably
not black genuine by:







i)


Production of basic seed








Inbred line


0.1%


(One plant per pot. 30 m²)






Hybrid:









Male component


0.1%


(One plant per pot. 30 m²)







Female component (pollen sterile)


0.2%


(2 plants per. 30 m²)





ii)


Production of certified seed









Male component


0.3%


(2 plants per. 10 m²)







Female component (pollen sterile)


1.0%


(3 plants per. 10 m²)






b)


Pollensteriliteten must be at least 99 per cent. for the production of basic seed and 98 per cent. the production of certified seed. The evaluation of this must be done by examining flowers for the absence of fertile stamens.




c)


For the production of hybrid rape, the female line and inbred lines are inspected three times, the first shall be before the flowering stage, the second at the early flowering stage and the third at the end of the flowering stage. Best princes line must only be inspected once.






The Company must submit a report to the Plant Directorate after each inspection.








IV. The presence of wild oats







At the final inspection shall not contain wild oats on the area.










Appendix 4

Authorization of field inspectors, samplers, companies and departments using authorized samplers and seed testing laboratories








I. Authorization as field inspector




1)



Applications for authorization must be submitted to the Plant Directorate on a special form to be obtained from the Directorate.



2)


The applicant must have undergone agricultural training, to ensure that the applicant can make mark control safely.



3)


Authorization is granted when the applicant has completed the Directorate course for new field inspectors and passed the exam.



4)


Mark inspector assigned an official number to be entered along with the inspector's signature on the inspection schedules.



5)


The authorization is issued as a general authority to conduct field inspections of areas declared by registered markfrøvirksomheder. Inspectors employed in a markfrøvirksomhed may only inspect areas under this business unless Plant Directorate has otherwise authorized.



6)


The maintenance of the certificate requires that





a)


field inspector conducts field inspections and report in accordance with instructions from the Plant Directorate





b)


field inspector carry out regular inspections,





c)


field inspector participating in one of the Directorate's annual meetings for authorized field inspectors at least every five years,





d)


there is satisfactory agreement between inspections conducted by field inspector checks and inspections of the same land by the Directorate, and





e)


Directorate kept informed of all matters affecting the implementation of the inspections.









II. Authorization as a sampler




1)


Authorization may be granted to a person who is





a)


independent, or





b)


employed by a natural or legal person who is not engaged in the production, processing or marketing of field seeds, or





c)


employed by a registered markfrøvirksomhed.



2)



Applications for authorization must be submitted to the Plant Directorate on a form to be obtained from the Directorate. If the applicant is employed by a registered company, the application must be submitted by this. Authorization is granted when the applicant has passed the Directorate practical examination during the sampling. In order to maintain the authorization shall sampler then implement the Directorate's next course of sampling and pass a theoretical exam herein.



3)


A sampler is employed by a registered markfrøvirksomhed may only take samples of lots of field seeds produced by the company, unless the Plant Directorate has otherwise authorized.



4)


Sampling must be carried out in accordance with current international methods and in accordance with the 'Instructions for sampling of seed'.



5)


The maintenance of the certificate requires that





a)


sampler regularly takes samples,





b)


there is a satisfactory agreement between the analytical results for samples taken by the sampler and control samples of the same batches sampled by the Directorate





c)


sampler least every second year participating in the Plant Directorate's training course or in the company's internal training course, see. Annex 4, Part III,





d)


the authorized sampler by the Directorate audits are performing sampling tasks satisfactorily and has followed up on any deviations and other instructions from the Directorate, and





e)


Plant Directorate kept informed of all matters affecting the implementation of sampling.









III. Authorization of the company or department to use licensed samplers




1)


Before sampling by authorized sampler can begin, the companies / divisions, which are to be entered authorized sampling, approved by the Plant Directorate, see. § 10.



2)


There must be a Plant Directorate approved quality system that describes how the authorized sampling carried out in the company.



3)


For companies that hold internal training courses on sampling issues for their own samplers, will participate in the Directorate courses not be mandatory. If the company can prove that the courses are held internally, and that each sample takes part in them under the same rules as under Part II, no. 5, point c.



4)


The company or department should at the Plant Directorate audits found to have followed up on any deviations and other instructions from the Directorate.



5)



The company or department should keep the Plant Directorate informed on all matters affecting the implementation of sampling.








IV. Authorization as a seed testing laboratory




1)


Authorization may be granted a laboratory that meets the following requirements:





a)


The laboratory shall be independent or belong to a registered markfrøvirksomhed.





b)


The laboratory shall have a laboratory that is directly responsible for the laboratory's technical work and who have the necessary qualifications for technical management of a seed testing laboratory.





c)


Laboratory technicians must have passed the exam in the analysis and the species covered by the authorization, see. Point e.





d)


Laboratory must have the facilities and equipment that Directorate can approve satisfactory to carry out the analyzes covered by the authorization.





e)


The laboratory must have one of the Plant Directorate approved quality system, describing how the authorized analyzes carried out in the company. In addition, the procedure for taking control samples and procedure for preparation and holding of courses and exams be described in the quality system.





f)


The Laboratory's National Analysis certificate with the Plant Directorate's logo must be approved by the Directorate.



2)


Applications for authorization must be submitted to the Plant Directorate on a form to be obtained from the Directorate. Authorization shall be communicated with effect from the date on which the Directorate note that the requirements of no. 1 are met.



3)


A laboratory belonging to a registered markfrøvirksomhed may only analyze batches of field seeds produced by the company, unless otherwise agreed between the Company and the Directorate.



4)


Authorized analyzes of field seeds to be performed according to current international practices and in accordance with the Directorate's instructions. The results of the certification analyzes required Immediately after completion of the analyzes submitted to the Directorate for the purpose of certification and control of the parties.



5)


The laboratory must set aside 5 per cent. of their analyzed batches for control analysis. Control analyzes to be made as an official investigation in another Member State of the European Union. The laboratory shall bear all related costs.



6)


The maintenance of the certificate requires that





a)



laboratory continues to meet the requirements of no. 1 and no. 3-5,





b)


Laboratory technicians carry out regular analyzes covered by the authorization,





c)


there is a satisfactory agreement between the analytical results for samples analyzed by the laboratory and control samples of the same





d)


Laboratory analysis evidence by the Directorate found on inspection to be completed satisfactorily





e)


laboratory at the Directorate audits are performing analysis tasks satisfactorily





f)


laboratory has participated in the annual ring analysis with a satisfactory result





g)


laboratory does not use subcontractors analyzes unless Plant Directorate has authorized the other,





h)


laboratory contributes to investigating the cause of discrepancies between results and follow up on discrepancies and other instructions from the Directorate, and





i)


Directorate kept informed of all matters relevant to the analyzes which the laboratory is authorized to perform.
















Appendix 5

Quality standards








I. Fodder plants





A. Certified seed







1)


The seed shall have sufficient varietal identity and purity. Varietal purity for the following species shall be at least (pct.):





a)


Kentucky bluegrass, clonal varieties:


98





b)


Field peas and faba bean:







certified seed, 1st generation:


99






certified seed, 2nd generation:


98





c)


Rutabaga and kale:


99






The minimum varietal purity shall be examined mainly in field inspection.






2)


Diseases and pests that limit the usefulness of the seed shall be restricted to the least possible extent.








For seeds of alfalfa true that





a)


i)


not the place of production may be symptoms of Ditylenchus dipsaci (Kühn) Filipjev (stængelnematod) since the last complete cycle, and the disease can not be detected by laboratory tests or






ii)


disinfection must have taken place before the seed sold





b)


i)


the seed must originate in areas known to be free from Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidiosus Davis et al.





c)


i)



Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. Insidiosus Davis et al. must not been known to occur on the farm or in its immediate vicinity since the beginning of the past decade and that







1)


crop belong to a variety recognized as being highly resistant to the organism, or







2)


the crop at harvest had not yet started its fourth complete cycle since seeding, and that not more than one seed harvest of the crop, or







3)


waste content as determined by applicable analysis rules must not exceed 0.1 percent by weight,






ii)


there must be no symptoms of the harmful organism on the place of production or on any crop of alfalfa, adjacent to it, during the last complete cycle of vegetation or the last two cycles, and






iii)


the crop must be grown on land where there has been no crop of alfalfa in the last three years prior to sowing.






3)


For seed of Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) applies to








a)


The seed must originate in areas known to be free from the organism Plasmopara halstedii (Farlow) Berl. And de Toni, or





b)



The seed must have undergone appropriate treatment against the organism, except where seed is grown on varieties resistant to all races of the organism in the production area.






4)


The seed must comply with standards in Tables 1 and 2 for germination, analytical purity, content of seeds of other plant species and content of hard seed, and the minimum weight of the number of provision of seeds and other plant species.














Table 1. Certified seed of grasses




species


Minimum germination
ability
(The number average-weight)


Minimum purity


Maximum content of seeds of other plant species (by weight)


Number dock, in addition Rumex acetosella and beach-dock


Minimum weight of the number of Individual laws of the seeds of
other plant
species, gram







Total


A single species


Alm. quick





1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8



Swamp bentgrass


80


90


2.0


1.0


0.3


2


5



Other bentgrass species


75


90


2.0


1.0


0.3


2


5



meadow foxtail


70


75


2.5


1.0


0.3


5


30



General tall meadow oat



75


90


3.0


1.0


0.5


5


80



American heron


75


97


1.5


1.0


0.5


10


200



Alaska Brome


75


97


1.5


1.0


0.5


10


200



Bermuda Grass


70


90


2.0


1.0


0.5


2


5



Alm. orchard grass


80


90


1.5


1.0


0.3


5


30



fescue


80


95


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


50



Fine-leaved fescue


75


85


2.0


1.0


0.5


5


30



fescue


75


85



2.0


1.0


0.5


5


30



Stiff blade fescue


75


85


2.0


1.0


0.5


5


30



Meadow fescue


80


95


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


50



Red fescue


75


90


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


30



Bakkesvingel


75


85


2.0


1.0


0.5


5


30



festulolium


75


96


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


60



Italian ryegrass


75


96


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


60



Alm. ryegrass


80


96


1.5


1.0


0.5



5


60



Hybrid Ryegrass


75


96


1.5


1.0


0.5


5


60



Tuber Rat Tail


80


96


1.5


1.0


0.3


5


10



timothy


80


96


1.5


1.0


0.3


5


10



Annual meadow grass


75


85


2.0


1.0


0.3


5


10



Bluegrass, other species


75


85


2.0


1.0


0.3


2


5



Alm. gold oats


70


75


3.0


1.0


0.3


2


5














Notes to Table 1







1)


All fresh non-germinated seeds included in germination.



2)



For a bluegrass considered a percentage of 0.8 percent by weight of seeds of other rapgræsarter not as an impurity and are not included in the calculation of maximum content of seeds of other plant species in columns 4 and 5.



3)


The column 5 of the ordinary. tall meadow oat, meadow foxtail, plain. gold oats percentages given for a single species includes seeds of meadow grass.



4)


The percentage by weight of seeds of black grass must not exceed 0.3.



5)


There must be no wild oats and barren oats at column 8 weight indicated amount. For meadow foxtail, American egret, heron alaska considered a total content of no more than 2 seeds of wild oats and barren oats not as an impurity where a second sample of the same weight is free from any seeds of wild oats and barren oats.



6)


There must be no silk at column 8 weight indicated amount. However, considered one seed of silk in the specified test is not regarded as an impurity where a second sample of the same size are free. Investigation of silk in species other than timothy be carried out only if there is doubt that the conditions are met.



7)


Species other than tuber rat tail and timothy be considered only dock if there is doubt that the norm in Table 1 column 7 are met.














Table 2. Certified seeds of legumes and other species.




species


Minimum germination
ability
(The number average-weight)


Maximum content of hard seed (number of percentage) must be included in the germination


Minimum purity (by weight)


Maximum content of seeds of other plant species (by weight)


Number dock, in addition Rumex acetosella and beach-dock


Minimum weight of the number determine
the laws of
seed of
other plant
species
gram








Total


A single species





1


2


3


4


5


6


7


8














1) Legumes:




Blue line pods



60


40


97


2.0


1.5


10


200



Red rooster clover


75


30


95


2.5


1.0


5


1201)




Alm. birdsfoot


75


40


95


1.8


1.0


10


30



Blue lupine


75


20


98


0.5


0.3


5


1,000



Lupin, other species


80


20


98


0.5


0.3


5


1,000



Trefoil


80


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


50



Lucerne


80


40


97


1.5


1.0


10


50



Sandlucerne


80


40


97



1.5


1.0


10


50



Foderesparsette


75


20


95


2.5


1.0


5


4002)




Field peas


80


-


98


0.5


0.3


5


1,000



EGYPTIAN


80


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


60



Alsike clover


80


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


20



Crimson clover


75


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


80



Red clover


80


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


50



White clover


80


40


97


1.5


1.0


10



20



Conversely clover


80


20


97


1.5


1.0


10


20



Alm. fenugreek


80


-


95


1.0


0.5


5


450



Field bean


80


5


98


0.5


0.3


5


1,000



Vetch species


85


20


98


1.0


0.5


5


1,000







2)
Other species:




rutabaga


80


-


98


1.0


0.5


5


100



kale


75


-


98


1.0


0.5


10


100



Alm. bluebell


80


-


96


1.0


0.5


-



40



Fodder radish


80


-


97


1.0


0.5


5


300







1) Fruit 600 grams




2) Fruit 300 grams











Notes to Table 2







8)


All fresh non-germinated seeds included in germination



9)


Hard seeds included in germination until, in column 3 of the type specified maximum.



10)


For ordinary. birdsfoot considered a prevalence of 1 percent by weight of red clover is not an impurity and are not included in the calculation of maximum content of seeds of other plant species in columns 5 and 6



11)


Up to 0.5 weight percent of other species of lupine in lupine, the pea in field pea, of storfrøede vikkearter in storfrøede species and small-seeded vikkearter in small-seeded species is not considered an impurity and are not included in the calculation of maximum content of seeds of other plant species columns 5 and 6.



12)


The percentage by weight of seeds of sweet clover in legumes must not exceed 0.3.



13)


The percentage by weight of seeds of wild radish and wild mustard should not exceed 0.3 in the Brassica and radish species.



14)


There must be no wild oats and barren oats at column 8 weight indicated amount. Investigation of wild oats and barren oats in lots of lupine and vetch, except broad bean, need not be made unless there is doubt that the conditions are met.



15)


There must be no silk at column 8 weight indicated amount. However, considered one seed of silk in the prescribed sample of blue line pods, sulla and Brassica species not for an impurity where a second sample of the same size are available free of silk. For ordinary. birdsfoot trefoil, alfalfa and clover are considered the presence of one seed of silk in the in column 8 listed weight of not as an impurity where a second sample of 2 x amount in column 8 are free. Investigation of silk in lots of lupins, field peas, plain. fenugreek, faba bean, Brassica species and radish need not be carried out unless there is doubt that standards in column 8 is observed.



16)


Study for skræppearter, in addition to sheep's sorrel and strandskræppe shall be performed in the in column 8 weight indicated amount. For lupins, foderesparsette, blue line pods, vikkearter and field peas do not study to be carried unless there is doubt that standards in column 7 have been satisfied.








Additional standards for lupine:




17)


Ratio (in number) of seeds of another color shall not exceed 2 in bitter lupine and 1 in the other lupins.



18)


Ratio (in number) of seeds of bitter lupine seeds from other lupine varieties may not exceed 2.5.














B. Pre-basic and basic seed







1)


The standards and remarks that are listed under A. Certified seed, are equally applicable for pre-basic and basic seed.



2)


Comment no. 2, 3, 4, 6, 10, 11 and 15 above provisions do not apply to basic seed.



3)


The following stricter conditions:





a)


For the following species should varietal purity at least 99.7 pct .: Kentucky bluegrass, (clonal varieties), field peas, turnip, kale and faba bean.





b)


The study of seeds of other plant species is carried out in a weight quantity corresponding to the in Tables 1 and 2, column 8, above.





c)


The percentage by weight of seeds of other plant species may not exceed 0.3. For American heron and egret alaska, however, 0.4. Additionally, more than 20 seeds be of a single species in the weight amount listed in Table 1 and 2, column 8, see. However, point d and e.





d)


In the meadow grass must also in a study of 500 seed of a rapgræsart occur more than one seed of other rapgræsarter.





e)


In meadow foxtail, plain. tall meadow oat, bermuda grass, plain. orchard grass, svingel- and ryegrass species considered 80 seeds of meadow grass is not an impurity.





f)


In gold oat seed of 20 is considered bluegrass not as an impurity.





g)


The maximum authorized number seeds of burdock, plain. Quick and black grass is:













species


Skræppearter, in addition Rumex acetosella and strandskræppe


Alm. quick


Ager Foxtail



1


2


3


4







1) Grasses
:








Hvenearter


1


1


1



meadow foxtail


2


5


5



Alm. tall meadow oat


2


5


5



American heron


5


5


5



Alaska Brome


5


5


5



Bermuda Grass


1


1


1



Alm. orchard grass


2


5


5



Svingelarter


2


5


5



festulolium


2


5


5



Ryegrass species


2


5


5



Tuber Rat Tail


2


5


5



timothy


2


1


1



Rapgræsarter


1


1


1



Alm. gold oats


1


1


1











2) Legumes
:







Blue line pods


2





Red rooster clover


2





Alm. birdsfoot


3





Lupin Species


2





Trefoil


5





alfalfa


3





Foderesparsette


2





Field peas


2





Aleksandriner-, alsike-, blood and vice versa clover


3





White clover and red clover


5





Alm. fenugreek


2





Field bean


2





Vikkearter


2









3) Other species
:







rutabaga


2





kale


3





Alm. bluebell


-





Fodder radish


2








h)



Legume species must be free of seeds of sweet clover. However, considered 1 seed in the prescribed sample of red rooster clover, plain. birdsfoot, trefoil, alfalfa and clover species cf. Table 2 are not considered an impurity where a second sample of 2 x the prescribed amount is free from sweet clover. The study can be left in lupine, foderesparsette, field peas, plain. fenugreek, broad bean and vikkearter



i)


Lupin: Number The percentage of bitter lupine in other lupine varieties may not exceed 1



j)


Danish standard: There must be no seed of gold heron in the Tables 1 and 2, column 8, weight indicated amount.














C. Commercial seed







1)


The conditions laid down for certified seed shall also apply to commercial seed, except for those concerning. varietal authenticity and content of other varieties.



2)


However, for the more lenient conditions:





a)


The largest weight percentage content of seeds of other plant species, both in total as a single species, cf. Table 1, columns 4 and 5, and Table 2, columns 5 and 6 increased by 1 percent.





b)


For annual meadow grass is considered a weight ratio of 10 seeds of other rapgræsarter not as impurity.





c)


For a vikkeart considered a weight ratio of 6 seeds Hungarian vetch, common vetch, hairy vetch and related cultivated species not as an impurity.





d)


In Hungarian vetch is minimum purity percent 97.





e)


For sulla considered 1 percent by weight of seeds of sweet clover not as an impurity.














II. beet







1)


The seed shall have sufficient identity and purity.



2)


Diseases that limits the usefulness of the seed shall be restricted to the least possible extent.



3)


The seed shall comply with the following standards for purity, content of other plant species, germination and moisture content:













seeds


Minimum purity (by weight) 1) 2)



Less germination (number of percentage)


Highest moisture content (by weight)



1



2


3


4







sugar beet
:







Monogerm seed


97


80


15



Technical monogerm






(Precision)


97


75


15



Multigerm seeds of varieties in which the percentage of diploi-






in excess of 85


97


73


15



Other seeds


97


68


15










Fodder beet
:







Monogerm seeds, technical monogerm (precision) and multigerm seeds of varieties in which the percentage of diploids






exceeds 85


97


73


15



Other seeds


97


68


15







1) The percentage by weight of seeds of other plant species may not exceed 0.3. Excluding, where appropriate, granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives.







2) Danish norm for pre-basic and basic seed: Do the percentage by weight of seeds of other plant no seeds of gold heron.














Additional standards:







1)


Monogerm seed:






At least 90 per cent. of the germinated clusters shall give single seedlings. Number of clusters giving three or more seedlings shall not exceed 5 per cent. calculated on the germinated clusters.






2)


Precision:





a)


Sugar beet.






At least 70 per cent. of the germinated clusters shall give single seedlings. The number of clusters giving three or more seedlings shall not exceed 5 per cent. calculated on the germinated clusters.





b)


Fodder beet.






For the varieties the percentage of diploids exceeding 85, may be at least 58 per cent. of the germinated clusters single seedlings. For all the seeds must be at least 63 per cent. of the germinated clusters single seedlings. The number of clusters giving three or more seedlings shall not exceed 5 per cent. calculated on the germinated clusters.






3)


Monogerm and precision:





a)


For basic seed weight of waste does not exceed 1.0. For certified seed must not exceed 0.5.





b)


For pelleted seed analysis must be performed at an officially sampled seed prepared for pelleting, ie of the processed seed which has undergone partial decortication (rubbing or grinding) but not pelleted.






4)


For seeds of beet, the plant passports to be issued shall:





a)


The lot strain from a crop grown in an area where the beet necrotic yellow vein virus (rhizomania) is not known to occur;





b)


Weight percentage of waste in the party must not exceed 0.5.






If the conditions in point b is not met, the seed delivered directly to working in a company with officially approved controlled waste disposal, and processed to the weight percentage of waste does not exceed 0.5, and the waste to be disposed of, so a spread of rhizomania prevented.














III. Oil and fiber plants










A.
Pre-basic, basic and certified seed









1)


Black Purity.






The seed shall have sufficient identity and purity.







Varietal purity for the following species shall be at least:








Species and category


Minimum varietal purity (percentage)



1


2



Sort of rape and turnip rape, not hybrids and varieties exclusively for animal feed:




- Basic seed


99.9



- Certified seed


99.7






Sort of rape and turnip rape, solely for fodder purposes, not hybrids, and yellow mustard:




- Basic seed


99.7



- Certified seed


99.0






Hybrids in which the male sterility is used:




- Basic seed, female component


99.0



- Basic seed, male component


99.9



- Certified seed


90.0






Alm. flax (flax, linseed):




- Basic seed


99.7



- Certified seed, 1st generation


98.0



- Certified seed, 2nd generation


97.5






Poppy:




- Basic seed


99.0



- Certified seed


98.0







The minimum varietal purity is controlled mainly by field inspection.






2)


Diseases and pests that limit the usefulness of the seed may only occur in the least possible extent.



3)


The seed shall also meet the following standards for germination, purity and content of seeds of other plant species, and the minimum weight of the enumeration of seeds of other plant:













Species and category



Minimum germination (number average percentage)


Minimum purity (by weight)


Maximum capacity of seeds of other plant


Minimum weight of the number average-Individual laws of seeds of other plant species, gram








Other plant species in total


Dock, in addition Rumex acetosella










Pre-basic and basic seed


Certifi-right seeds




1


2


3


4


5


6


7



Brown mustard


85


98


-


2


5


40



Rape


85


98


-


2


5


100



Black mustard


85


98


-


2


5


40



turnip rape


85


98


-


2


5


70



caraway


70


97


25


-


-


80



hemp


75


98



30


-


-


600



flax


92


99


15


-


-


150



linseed


85


99


15


-


-


150



Poppy


80


98


25


-


-


10



Yellow mustard


85


98


-


2


5


200














Comments on standards for oil and fiber plants:







1)


The weight percent content of seeds of other plant species in rape, rape, brown mustard, black mustard and yellow mustard should not exceed 0.3.



2)


The standards listed in columns 4, 5 and 6 are applicable to the investigation of an amount by weight which is similar to the shown in column 7, see. No. 3 - 10



3)


The maximum contents of seeds laid down in column 4 include also the seeds of the species covered by no. 4 - 10.



4)


For cumin, hemp and opium poppy, the provision of the number of other plant species can not be made unless there is doubt whether the norm in column 4 are met.



5)


There must be no seeds of wild oats and oat gold in the indicated in column 7 mass.



6)


There must be no silk in the shown in column 7 mass. Examination need not be carried out unless there is doubt whether that condition is met. However, considered one seed of silk in the prescribed test for rape, caraway, plain. flax and opium poppy is not regarded as an impurity where a second sample of the same size are free.




7)


For canola, caraway, plain. Flax, Poppy and yellow mustard may be in the indicated in column 7 weight amount, a maximum of 10 seeds of wild radish.



8)


For caraway and plain. Flax must be in the indicated in column 7 weight amount, a maximum of 3 and 4 seeds of black grass.



9)


For ordinary. Flax must be in the indicated in column 7 mass, not more than 2 seeds hørrajgræs.



10)


Seeds of hemp must be free from any seeds of orobanche. However, considered one seeds in a sample of 100 g is not regarded as an impurity where a second sample of 200 grams are free.



11)


Danish norm for pre-basic and basic seed: There must be no seed of gold heron in the shown in column 7 mass.







The occurrence of diseases and pests that reduce the usefulness of the seed:







1)


For hemp, the percentage by number of seeds contaminated by Botrytis spp., Not exceed 5



2)


For ordinary. Flax may percentage of number of seeds contaminated by Botrytis spp. not exceed 5, and Alternaria linicola, Phoma exigua var. Linicola, Colletotrichum linicola and Fusarium spp. not exceed 5 in total. In flax, the maximum number of percentage of seeds infected with Phoma exigua var. Linicola not exceed 1



3)


For turnip and mustard yellow, the number of sclerotia or fragments of Sclerotinia sclerotiorum shall not exceed 5, and rape and Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not 10 in the shown in column 7 mass. The study shall not be conducted unless there is doubt whether that condition is met.







B. Commercial seed




The conditions listed for pre-basic, basic and certified seed, applies equally to commercial seed, except that relating to varietal identity and content of other varieties, see. A no. 1







Appendix 6

Label







1)


As official label to be used an adhesive label or an sewn label of not easily strippable material to be secured so that it can only be removed by breaking the seal. There must be printed clearly a unique serial number on each label. The label must be approved by the Danish Plant Directorate.



2)


Bags of pre-printed label must be used if the label approved by the Plant Directorate. The bags must bear a unique preprinted bags lot number (possibly. Order number) and a unique serial number.



3)


Brand List and other accompanying documents must contain the information listed below, which must be printed clearly, legibly, indelibly and without corrections.



4)



Other quality information including 1,000 grain weight, may appear on the official label.








I.




Marking of batches and packs, however small packages







Official label







A.




Pre-basic, basic and certified seed







1)


'EC rules and standards'.






2)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.






3)


Batch number.






4)


Sealing Month and year.






5)


Art, scientific name may be given in abridged form and without the authors' names. For beet seed shall be stated whether it is fodder ask or sugar beet. For festulolium given names of the species within the genus Festuca and Lolium.






6)


Black. For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC). For a variety of turfgrass can after the variety name is added: 'S', if by official examination has found that the variety has a satisfactory value for cultivation and utility. For beet seed shall be indicated whether the seed is monogerm or precision. For certified seed of a varietal text must be "Composite Black 'and the name of this.






7)


Category. For pre-basic seed number of prior generations for certified seed or certified seed first generation.






8)


Breeding Country.






9)


Declared net or gross weight. For beet perhaps. number of clusters or seeds.






10)


If the seeds of alfalfa or Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not supplied with plant, as described in Annex 6, Part VI, the following is added: 'EC plant passport. The seed meets the requirements of Article 6. 4 of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC '.






11)


Other information:








a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.







b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight. For beet seed may instead specify the nature of the product and the number of clusters.







c)


For seed of grass varieties for which there has been no examination of cultivation and usefulness for agriculture, indicate 'Not intended for the production of fodder plants'.







d)


For certified seed of a variety of rape must weight and variety name of the various components disclosed. It is sufficient to state the name of the varietal association if the composition is given in writing to the purchaser on request and notified the Danish Plant Directorate.







e)


For larger parties of grasses farmed,. § 10 paragraph. 3, enter "KB2007 / 66 / EC '






12)


Especially for seed of hybrids:







a)


For basic seed where the hybrid or inbred line to which the seed belongs, is included in the black list, cf. Order on the list of varieties of agricultural plant and vegetable species (black list):








The name of this component, with or without reference to the final variety, and of hybrids or inbred lines which are intended solely as components for final varieties, the term "component" within the meaning. No.6.







b)


For basic seed in other cases:
The name of the component to which the basic seed belongs, in the code with reference to the final variety, with or without reference to its function (male or female), and the term "Component 'referred to. No.6.







c)


For certified seed:
Black Name and title: 'Hybrid' referred to. No.6.






B.




commercial seed







1)


'EC rules and standards'.






2)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.







3)


Batch number.






4)


Sealing Month and year.






5)


Art, scientific name may be given in abridged form and without the authors' names.






6)


'Commercial seed' (not approved in terms of variety). For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






7)


Breeding Country.






8)


Declared net or gross weight.






9)


Other information:







a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.







b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight.






10)


For larger parties of grasses farmed,. § 10 paragraph. 3, enter "KB2007 / 66 / EC '






C.




Additional Marking of extended validity







1)


Batch number.






2)


Date of re-sampling (month / year).






3)


Possibly. Validity date.






D.




Additional Labelling of identified germination (supplier's label)






1)


Batch number.







2)


Guaranteed minimum germination.






3)


Supplier's name and address.






E.




seed mixtures







1)


'EC rules and standards'.






2)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.






3)


Mixture reference number.






4)


Sealing Month and year.






5)


"A mixture of seeds for ... '(intended use).






6)


Species and varietal weight ratio. It is sufficient to give the name of the mixture, the weight ratio of writing to the purchaser and the Plant Directorate. For genetically modified varieties: Black Names and '(Genetically modified)' and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC). For festulolium given names of the species within the genus Festuca and Lolium.






7)


Declared net or gross weight.






8)


Other information:







a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2







b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive for and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight.






9)


For larger parties of grasses farmed,. § 10 paragraph. 3 indicate 'KB2007 / 66 / EC'






F.




Sort that is being tested for inclusion on the blacklist







1)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.







2)


Batch number.






3)


Sealing Month and year.






4)


Nature.






5)


Variety denomination where the seed is to be marketed (the breeder's reference, the proposed denomination or the approved denomination) and the official application number for listing the variety on black list, if applicable. For a genetically modified variety shall be: 'genetically modified', and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






6)


"The variety is not yet listed on the official black list '.






7)


'Only for trials and testing. "






8)


Declared net or gross weight or number of pure seeds or, where applicable, clusters.






9)


If the seed is chemically treated states here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.






G.




Marking the OECD certification - all generations







1)


Nature.






2)


Black.






3)


Category.






4)


Official reference.






5)


Production country.






6)


If the seed is re-labeled "Resealing of ... '.






7)


Not finally certified seed shall be: 'Not finally certified seed'.






8)


For pre-basic seed number of generations prior to the first generation.





II.




Not finally certified seed







A.




A tag







1)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark 'referred to. § 29 paragraph. 2, or the name of the official inspection in farm country, see. § 13 paragraph. 3 and 4.






2)


Art, scientific name may be given in abridged form and without the authors' names. For beets can use the common name. It must be stated whether it is fodder ask or sugar beet.






3)


Black. For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC). For a variety of turfgrass can after the variety name is added: 'S', if by official examination has found that the variety has a satisfactory value for cultivation and utility.






4)


Category.






5)


Field or lot reference number.






6)


Declared net or gross weight.






7)


"Not finally certified '.






B.




Follow Document







1)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark 'referred to. § 29 paragraph. 2, or the name of the official inspection in farm country, see. § 13 paragraph. 3 and 4.






2)


Art, scientific name may be given in abridged form and without the authors' names.






3)


Black. For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






4)


Category.






5)


Reference number for outlays party and the name of the country or countries which certified that outlay party.







6)


Field or lot reference number.






7)


The size of the area for breeding has produced.






8)


Harvested volume and number of packages.






9)


For certified seed: number of generations after basic seed.






10)


Indication of the breeding standards the species has been met.






11)


Preliminary analysis result, if available.






12)


Other information, see. Part I, Section A, no. 10.




III.




Small packages






(Supplier label or printed text on the package)






A.




EC småpakning (beet)






1)


'Community småpakning'






2)


Company Name or identification mark






3)


The party's identification number or reference number






4)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '






5)


Last Sale Date:
Only seeds for sale in this country. Is sell-by date modified, see. § 23, that fact and the new date indicated.






6)


Nature. It must be stated whether it is feed pray or sugar beet.






7)


Black. It should be noted, if the seed is monogerm or precision. For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






8)



'Certified seed'.






9)


Declared net or gross weight, if necessary. number of clusters or seeds.






10)


Other information:







a)


If the seed is chemically treated states here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.







b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight. For beet seed may instead specify the nature of the product and the number of clusters.






11)


If the seeds of alfalfa or Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not supplied with plant, as described in Annex 6, Part VI, the following is added: 'EC plant passport. The seed meets the requirements of Article 6. 4, of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC '.






B.




EC A-småpakning (fodder plants)






1)


'Community A-småpakning'.






2)


Business name or company identification.






3)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.






4)


Reference Number.






5)


Last floor Date: only for seeds for sale in this country. Is sell-by date modified, see. § 23, that fact and the new date indicated.






6)


"A mixture of seeds for ... '(intended use).






7)


Declared net or gross weight.






8)


Species and varietal weight ratio.
It is sufficient to give the name of the mixture, the weight ratio of writing to the purchaser and the Plant Directorate. For genetically modified varieties: Denomination and '(Genetically modified)' and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






9)



Other information:







a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.







b)


Is there granulated pesticides
pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight.






10)


If the seeds of alfalfa or Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not supplied with plant, as described in Annex 6, Part VI, the following is added: 'EC plant passport. The seed meets the requirements of Article 6. 4, of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC '.






11)


For larger parties of grasses farmed,. § 10 paragraph. 3, enter "KB2007 / 66 / EC '






C.




EC B-småpakning (fodder plants)







a)




Certified seed and commercial seed (pure species)







1)


'Community B-småpakning'.







2)


Business name or company identification.







3)


The party's identification number or reference number.







4)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.







5)


Last Sale Date: only by sales in this country. Is sell-by date modified, see. § 23 paragraph. 4, that fact and the new date indicated.







6)


Art, scientific name may be given in abridged form and without the authors' names. For genetically modified commercial seed '(Genetically modified)' and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).







7)


Black does not apply to commercial seed. For genetically modified varieties '(Genetically modified)' and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).








8)


'Certified seed' respectively 'Commercial seed'.







9)


Net or gross weight.







10


Other information:








a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.








b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight.







11)


If the seeds of alfalfa or Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not supplied with plant, as described in Annex 6, Part VI, the following is added: 'Community Plant passport. The seed meets the requirements of Article 6. 4 of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC '.







12)


For larger parties of grasses farmed,. § 10 paragraph. 3, enter "KB2007 / 66 / EC '.







b)




seed mixtures








1)


'Community B-småpakning'.







2)


Business name or company identification.







3)


The party's identification number or reference number.







4)


»Plant Directorate, Denmark '.







5)


Last floor Date:
Only for sale in this country. Is sell-by date modified, see. § 23 paragraph. 4, that fact and the new date indicated.







6)


"A mixture of seeds for ... '(intended use).







7)



Net or gross weight.







8)


Species and varietal weight ratio. For genetically modified varieties: Denomination and '(Genetically modified)' and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).
It is sufficient to give the name of the mixture, the weight ratio of writing to the purchaser and the Plant Directorate.







9)


Other information:








a)


If the seed is chemically treated, it is stated here, see. § 24 paragraph. 2.








b)


Is there granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives for the treatment of seed should also specify the nature of the additive and the approximate weight ratio between the weight of pure seed and the total weight.







10)


If the seeds of alfalfa or Helianthus annuus L. (sunflower) not supplied with plant, as described in Annex 6, Part VI, the following is added: 'Community Plant passport. The seed meets the requirements of Article 6. 4, of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC '.








IV.




Special labeling







A.




Breeders







Breeders material for the production of pre-basic seed must be labeled with an official label of Plant Directorate.






B.




Attempts mm (supplier label)






1)


The company's name or identification mark.






2)


Nature.






3)


Black. For genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) 'and a unique identification code provided. European Parliament and Council Regulation no. 1830/2003 (EC).






4)


"Only for experimental / scientific objective / processing purposes'.






5)



Other information, see. Part I, Section A, no. 10.




V.




The tag color and dimensions







A.




A tag








1)




Colour








a)


Pre-basic seed


white with violet diagonal stripe







b)


Basic seed


white







c)


Certified seed, 1st generation


blue







d)


Certified seed 2nd generation


red







e)


commercial seed


brown







f)


mixtures


green







g)


Varietal


blue with green diagonal stripe







h)


Not finally certified seed


gray







i)


Breeders


red with horizontal white center stripe







j)


Seeds are being tested for inclusion on the blacklist


orange







2)





dimensions








The label shall be at least 110 x 67 mm.











B.




Supplier Brand List









Colour








a)


'Community småpakning'


blue







b)


'Community A-småpakning'


green







c)


'Community B-småpakning':









Rene species of certified seed first generation


blue








Rene species of certified seed second generation


red








commercial seed


brown








mixtures


green




WE.




plant passport




A.


The plant passport shall consist of:





1)


A label containing the information in section B, no. 1 - 10, or





2)


A label containing the information in section B, no. 1-6, and a slip containing the information in section B, no. 1 - 10





3)


The plant passport must be drawn up immediately in connection with that the seed leaves the company.





4)


Plant passport must be attached to the package.




B.


information





The fields on the passport must be numbered, and the number must refer to the same information each time. All fields must be filled. If there is no data, a line is added. The plant passport shall be filled with clear, indelible capital letters or typed.





1)


'1. Community Plant passport '.





2)


'2. Denmark '.





3)


'3. Plant Directorate '.





4)


'4. Registration '.





5)


'5. Serial number, order number or week and year. "





6)


'6. Scientific name '.





7)


'7. Quantity kg paragraph. or other entity ".





8)


'8. ZP approved for protected zone '.





9)


'9. RP, replacement passport '.





10)


»10th Product origin '.









On completion of the various points the following applies:





Re no. 4


Supplier registration Plant Directorate. Issued the passport of another company (eg. Packet exchange, sales organization, etc.), should his registration number in the Plant Directorate stated.





Re no. 5


Følgedokumentationens serial number, respectively timing of plant passport issuing (week and year). Where in point 4 is not the manufacturer's registration number is listed, run / order number given in point 5.





Re no. 6


The scientific name in accordance with the Plant Directorate Recommended plant names.





Re no. 8


Only seeds of Beta vulgaris L. Only to be filled with permission from the Plant Directorate in each case.





Re no. 9


When replacing the plant indicated the original manufacturer's registration number plus countries name or a code that uniquely identifies the manufacturer of the Plant Directorate. Registration number of the person who issued the replacement passport, in box 4, see. Point 4.






Re no. 10


For seed originating in a Member State of the European Union shall be: '-'. For the second seed by specifying the country or when re-exporting, consignor country.









WE YOU.




Seeds from an equal state






Follow Document





1)


Official reference for the batch of seed is bred and the name of the country that has accepted the party.





2)


Black. For a genetically modified variety, "(Genetically modified) '.





3)


Surface which the seed is bred, ha.





4)


Amount.





5)


Declaration that the requirements for OECD certification was achieved during field inspection of the breeding area.












Appendix 7

Sale of varieties being tested for inclusion on the blacklist
Plant Directorate and other EU countries' certification authorities to allow trade in varieties that are not yet included in the official catalog. The seed may only be used for experimentation and testing of new varieties. Black owner or black owner's official representative must submit the application to the certification authority in the country in which the variety is being tested for inclusion on the blacklist. The seed must comply with the general rules of certification.











I. Application for Plant Directorate






1)


Plant Directorate may permit the marketing of varieties that are under test for admission to the official Danish blacklist. The application for each variety must be submitted by the breeder or black owner's official representative. The application must contain the following information:






a)


Applicant






b)


maintains






c)


Black Code (notification number) for review to test for admission to the Danish blacklist






d)


Art






e)


Denomination or breeder







f)


If variety is genetically modified, it must be demonstrated that the variety has been approved by the European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/18 / EC on the deliberate release into the environment of genetically modified organisms and by the European Parliament and Council Regulation 1829/2003 / EC on GM food and feed.






g)


Description of the proposed experiments and tests.






h)


Member States where tests and trials carried out and planned volumes.





2)


Permission is granted only to tests and trials that are being conducted on farms, in order to obtain information on the cultivation or use of the variety.





3)


Applications must be submitted to the Plant Directorate not later than one month before trading to take place.





4)


Plant Directorate to permit the trading of each variety up to a given amount, as specified in Part III.





5)


The permit is valid for one season and may be renewed for one season at a time when black owner or his official representative applying for it.





6)


The license for each variety ceases when the variety is admitted to the Danish blacklist, the single Community blacklist, if the variety is rejected, or the notifier withdraws the application for inclusion on the blacklist back.





7)


Black owner or his official representative must inform the Plant Directorate, if a black rejected or deregistered from black test.





8)


Seed of field pea, faba bean, lupine, flax, linseed and hemp must meet the general requirements for certification of seed of the second generation, apart from the requirement for inclusion on the blacklist.





9)


Other seed must meet the general requirements for certification of seed of the first generation for all species, except for the requirement for admission to the black list.









II. Other requirements




reporting





1)


Black owner or his official representative shall report the results of the performed tests and trials to the Plant Directorate.
In addition, the following information:






a)


The quantities sold of each variety, and







b)


which countries the seed is sold.





2)


The information must be submitted to the Plant Directorate before 1 December after every season.








III. Maximum allowable amounts for trade with varieties being tested



Art / Black Group


Maximum permissible quantity per. Species (kg)



vetch


1,400



Field bean


2,500



Field peas


26,000



Blue lupine


1,500



Grass, clover and the like.


100



Yellow mustard


120



caraway


20



linseed


750



Winter rape


1,000



Spring rape


80



Fodder beet


50



sugar beet


800







Appendix 8

Approval to produce large quantities of grasses








I. Application for Plant Directorate






1)


Companies that want to produce large quantities of grasses, see. § 10 paragraph. 3, must submit an application to the Plant Directorate.





2)


You must submit one application. production department, specifying the desired species groups and species as. # 3.





3)


There are two groups of species:






a)



Festuca arundinacea, Festuca pratensis, Lolium multiflorum, Lolium perenne, Lolium x boucheanum and Phleum pratense







b)



Dactylis

glomerata, Festuca lemanii, Festuca rubra, Poa pratensis and Poa trivialis.






For other species, the proof of homogeneity under Part II obtained for each species.





4)


The company must have a Plant Directorate approved quality system that describes how the parties uniformity is ensured with special emphasis on:






a)


quality level of the individual lots when several breeding lots or certified batches mixed on basis of the genetic control or laboratory analysis, and






b)


mixture of purified lots.









II. Evidence of homogeneity




Plant Directorate can provide a production department permission to produce large quantities of grasses when





1)


the company's quality system under Part I, no. 4, approved





2)


Production Department can demonstrate that it can produce homogeneous lots and





3)


the following requirements are met for each species group or species under Part I, no. 3:






a)


performed heterogeneity test according to ISTA rules of 6 lots. The test must show that at least 5 of these parties are homogeneous






b)


The lots being tested must be between 10.501 kg and up to a maximum of 26.250 kg,






c)


for species not mentioned in Part I, no. 3, the documentation must be provided for each species, and






d)


the parties selected for heterogeneity tests must reflect the species produced in that department.









III. Random heterogeneity test






1)


When the department is authorized to produce larger batches, see. Part II, the Fund may produce and market the larger parties, without making a heterogeneity test of each batch of the species or species groups department is approved.





2)



The production department must random heterogeneity test production within each species group or nature. See Part I, no. 3, according to the following guidelines:






a)


within the first 100 large quantities of grasses must be in addition to the 6 heterogeneity test, see. Part II, no. 3, point a, taken additional 4 lots for heterogeneity test,






b)


for the lots produced over the 100 lots, the company must perform heterogeneity test of 5% of the lots.





3)


If three consecutive heterogeneity test from batches produced in a given area shows that the parties are not homogeneous, void the license to manufacture and market large quantities of grasses of the species group or species that department. The production of larger parties can be resumed only if the documentation described. Part II may be obtained on new and approved by the Danish Plant Directorate.





4)


Plant Directorate performs heterogeneity test on a number of large quantities of grasses, equivalent to 5 per cent. the number of lots, the company has sampled the heterogeneity test.








In the test report must indicate 'Lot Size Experiment'.







IV. marking




The lots marked with the reference to EU rules of the scheme, 'KB2007 / 66 / EC', in accordance with Annex 6







Appendix 9

Particularly on conservation varieties








I. Overview of the maximum quantities field seed of conservation varieties may be placed on trade:










Art / black group




Maximum permissible quantity per. Species (kg)




Maximum permissible quantity per. species (kg)




vetch


10,000


20,000



Field bean


25,000


50,000



Field peas


20,000


325,000



Blue lupine


16,000


32,000



Grass, clover and the like.


2,500


50,000



Yellow mustard



800


16,000



Winter rape


1,500


50,000



Spring rape


500


2,500



Fodder beet


2,000


6,000



sugar beet


2,700


54,000



















II. Sealing and marking of conservation varieties





Closing the seal




1)


The pack must be closed with a supplier label or a seal.







Marking of packs




The seal must bear a supplier's label or a printed or stamped text with the following information:



1)


The words 'EC rules and standards'.



2)


Name and address of the person responsible for affixing the labels or his identification mark.



3)


year of sealing, or year of the last sampling for the last testing of germination expressed as: 'The party closed ... "(year)," Sample taken ...' (year)



4)


Plant.



5)


Variety name.



6)


The word "conservation variety '.



7)


Region of origin, and the following text: "Preserving Black may be sold only in the region of origin '.



8)


Frøproduktionsregionen (only if it is different from the region of origin).



9)


Batch number.



10)


Package specified net or gross weight or number of seeds.



11)


Other information:






Where weight is indicated and granulated pesticides, pelleting substances or other solid additives are entered here





a)


the nature of the chemical treatment or additive and





b)


the approximate ratio between the weight of clusters or pure seeds and the total weight.








Official notes

1) The notice shall implement Council Directive 66/401 / EEC (OJ 1966 L 125, p. 2298/66), as last amended by Commission Directive 2009/74 / EC (OJ 2009 L 166, p. 49), Council Directive 2002/54 / EC (OJ 2002 L 193, p. 12), as amended by Council Directive 2004/117 / EC (OJ 2005 L 14, p. 18), Council Directive 2002/57 / EC (OJ 2002 L 193, p.74), as amended by Commission Directive 2009/74 / EC (OJ 2009 L 166, p. 49), parts of Council Directive 2000/29 / EC (OJ 2000 L 169, p. 1 ) which will amended by Commission Directive 2005/16 / EC (OJ L 57, p. 19) and parts of Commission Directive 1992/105 / EEC (OJ 1993 L 4, p 22), as amended by Commission Directive 2005/17 / EC ( OJ L 57, p. 23), Commission Directive 2005/77 / EC (OJ 2005 L 296, p. 17), Commission Decision 2004/842 / EC (OJ 2004 L 362, p. 21-27), the Commission Decision 2007/66 / EC (OJ 2007 L32, p. 161), and parts of Commission Directive 2008/62 / EC (OJ 2008 L 162, p. 13).