Announcement Of Law On Agricultural Use Of Fertilisers And Plant Cover

Original Language Title: Bekendtgørelse af lov om jordbrugets anvendelse af gødning og om plantedække

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Overview (table of contents)



Chapter 1



The Act's purpose, scope, etc.





Chapter 2



Fertilizing





Chapter 3



Plant cover and other management-related measures





Chapter 4



Planning and reporting requirements





Chapter 5



Fertilizer suppliers





Chapter 6



Administration by law





Chapter 7



Criminal provisions





Chapter 8



Transitional and commencement provisions





Annex 1











Annex 2









The full text of the Ordinance to the law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover

Hereby promulgated law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 415 of 3. May 2011, with the changes brought about by Act No. 388 by 22. April 2013.

The announced legislative text applies in full from the 1. July 2013, see. section 2 of the Act No. 388 by 22. April 2013, are rendered in the Executive order ending.

Chapter 1 the Act's purpose, scope, etc.

§ 1. The law aims to regulate agricultural application of manure and lay down requirements for the establishment of plant cover and on other management-related measures in order to limit the leaching of nitrogen.

§ 2. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries are creating a register of companies using manure for this law.

(2). The operating with crop production, livestock breeding, forestry, or combinations thereof, must report his activities to the registration in the register referred to in paragraph 1, if the company's annual taxable turnover from crop production, livestock breeding, forestry, or combinations thereof in excess of 50,000 DKK and 1) company's total livestock herd exceeds 10 animal units, 2) livestock density exceeds 1.0 livestock unit per hectare, or 3) the company receives more than 25 tonnes of manure or other organic fertilizer in the plan period.

(3). Other operating with crop production, livestock breeding, forestry, or combinations thereof, to report on its activities to the registration in the register referred to in paragraph 1, if the annual taxable turnover from crop production, livestock breeding, forestry, or combinations thereof in excess of 20,000 kr.

(4). The Minister may, in exceptional cases and after application allow companies that are delregistrerede according to the law on value added tax (VAT), only for a part of the company shall be registered in the register referred to in paragraph 1.

(5). For the registered companies shall be issued a certificate of registration. The certificate may be used as documentation for the right to buy royalty-free fertilizer. As an alternative documentation can be used direct lookup in the register referred to in paragraph 1, without prejudice to article. (8).

(6). Companies that are requiring registration in accordance with paragraph 2, shall notify the company for registration during the plan period, see. section 4, which occurs. Registration in accordance with paragraphs 2 and 3 shall take effect for the whole of the plan period, in which the notification takes place. The Minister may however, in exceptional cases, record companies with effect of former plan periods.

(7). When the company no longer has the obligation to be registered in accordance with paragraph 2, or the data subject is no longer would his company registered in accordance with paragraph 3, can the company be removed from the register. The Minister may cancel an undertaking from the register from the next plan period, if the company's taxable turnover from crop production, livestock breeding, forestry, or combinations thereof falls below 20,000 USD annually.

(8). The operator taxable trade in fertilizer, can be accessed by opening in the register referred to in paragraph 1 to ascertain whether a buyer is entitled to purchase exempt manure or not.

(9). The Minister may lay down detailed rules concerning the structure and updating of the register, on notification to registration and on the requirement of evidence that the conditions specified for inclusion in the register are met, as well as regulate what information a review for registration should contain. In addition, the Minister may lay down detailed rules on fertiliser traffickers access to information about purchasers of royalty-free fertilizer.

Paragraph 10. The Minister shall lay down detailed rules about how an animal unit must be measured.

§ 3. The provisions of the Act on the plant cover and other management-related actions, see. Chapter 3, includes companies with crop production or animal husbandry or combinations thereof, which have an annual taxable turnover in excess of 50,000 DKK from crop production or animal husbandry or combinations thereof, and which has a total area of 10 hectares or more. By the estimation of the area included leased and rented land.

§ 4. By plan period means the period from the 1. August to 31 December 2001. July. Cultivated crops, which shall be supplied with nitrogen after 31 December 2006. July, but before 30 June. September, and which must be harvested or grazed before 31 December. December, extended plan period to 30 June. September.

Chapter 2 Fertilizing § 5. In the plan period may requiring registration or registered companies ' consumption of nitrogen for fertiliser purposes, see. § § 10-14, does not exceed the company's quota for nitrogen, see. sections 6-8.

§ 6. For the plan period, the company's total quota for the nitrogen shall be calculated as the sum of the quotas for the individual fields in the company. For each quota shall be calculated on the basis of field field size, crop, forfrugten and crop nitrogen norm in that climate area and soil fertility. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries sets out rules on how the field size and crop be fixed.

(2). The company's total quota of nitrogen must be corrected after nitrogen forecast for the plan period.

(3). The Minister shall determine the crop nitrogen standards and may set different standards for different regions of the country.

(4). The Minister may lay down rules for the allocation of a nitrogen standard for wheat for bread-making, including setting an upper limit for the area, which can be assigned to this norm.

(5). For companies, which operates the horticulture, nursery, cultivation of fruit and berries or forestry, the Minister may fix the crop nitrogen standards, as well as rules on the calculation of the company's total quota for nitrogen.

§ 7. A company that does not have zoned for crops or used one of the alternatives to laying of catch crops in accordance with rules laid down under section 18, gets reduced the total quota of nitrogen for the plan period. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down detailed rules on the subject.

(2). The Minister may also lay down rules concerning the addition to the company's total quota for nitrogen, if your company establishes after crops in addition to persons subject crops.

(3). The Minister may lay down rules on the calculation of the reduction referred to in paragraph 1 and on the statement of the charge under paragraph 2 and on the company's disclosure on the use of those opportunities.

§ 8. The company's total quota of nitrogen can be corrected, if the expected yield of a crop differs from standard laid down crop yields. Correction for higher expected yield can only happen if there is evidence that in the earlier plan periods are harvested higher yields than default yield for that crop.

(2). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries can lay down rules concerning the documentation of higher expected yields.

§ 9. (Repealed) § 10. For the plan period, the company's total consumption of nitrogen is calculated as the sum of consumption of nitrogen in manure and processed manure, see. § § 11, 11A and 12 in other organic fertilizer than manure, see. section 13, and in commercial fertilizer, without prejudice. § 14.

(2). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down rules to the effect that the nitrogen in manure, processed manure or other organic fertilizer than manure or commercial fertilizer application can be deducted from the company's consumption of nitrogen in the event of fire or theft or under other special circumstances.

§ 11. The total quantity of nitrogen in manure is calculated as the company's production of nitrogen in manure conferred on the level of the period of opening and deducted from the level of the period of ultimolager of nitrogen in manure and conferred on received and deducted from the allocated nitrogen in manure within the plan period, see. (4).

(2). The company's production of nitrogen in manure is calculated on the basis of standards for the total content of nitrogen in the manure, the company's average crew and stable systems. The production of nitrogen in manure is to be for certain animal species shall be corrected for deviations in the level of production. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries sets out rules about animal species for which the correction of the nitrogen content of manure should take place. The production of nitrogen in manure can be corrected for deviations in performance level as well as in forage quantity and composition. Corrections shall be made on the basis of correction factors, see. paragraph 5, and deviations must be documented by operational annex.

(3). The company's primolager of nitrogen in manure is fixed as the previous plan period ultimolager. The company's ultimolager of nitrogen in manure is fixed by the company in accordance with the rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 5.


(4). The company can deduct the nitrogen in manure, see. (1) if livestock manure is devoted to a registered company, see. § 2 to biogas and common facilities or to processing plants. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down rules to the effect that the nitrogen in manure, allocated out of the country, can be drawn from the company's total consumption of nitrogen. In addition, companies who have their own biogas or processing plants, and which devotes a fertiliser product from here outside the company, pulling the nitrogen in the fertiliser product from the company's total consumption of nitrogen.

(5). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries shall lay down detailed rules on the calculation of the company's crew, standards for the total content of nitrogen in manure, correction of standards due to variances in performance and production level, content and presentation of agreements, etc. on the transfer of livestock manure, as well as the establishment of the company's ultimolager of nitrogen in manure, including to companies that offer animal manure in period 1. August-30. September, see. § 4, 2. paragraph, to correct the company's ultimolager PR. 31. July in respect of the quantity of nitrogen that is applied in the period 1. August-30. September.

(6). The content of nitrogen in the digestate from biomass, which include other organic fertilizer than manure, shall be calculated according to the rules laid down by the Minister.

(7). The Minister may lay down rules to the effect that the nitrogen in manure and processed manure devoted to an environmentally approved plants incinerating waste, can be deducted in the agricultural undertaking consumption of nitrogen. The Minister may also lay down rules to the effect that the nitrogen in manure and processed manure, as agricultural companies have flared in a private environment approved incinerators at certain prescribed conditions can be deducted from the company's consumption of nitrogen.

section 11 (a). The total quantity of nitrogen in processed animal manure is calculated as the supplier must indicate the total quantity of nitrogen in the processed animal manure, which is delivered to the company in the period until 31 December 2006. July, conferred on the level of the period of primolager and deducted from the plan period ultimolager of processed animal manure. Shall be added the amount of nitrogen in processed animal manure, which, according to the agreements, etc. on the transfer of livestock manure is received in the plan period.

(2). The company's primolager of nitrogen in processed animal manure shall be determined as the previous plan period ultimolager. The company's ultimolager of nitrogen in processed animal manure shall be fixed by the company in accordance with the rules laid down by the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries. The Minister may lay down rules about including that companies that offer processed animal manure in period 1. August-30. September, see. § 4, 2. paragraph, to correct the company's ultimolager PR. 31. July in respect of the quantity of nitrogen that is applied in the period 1. August-30. September.

§ 12. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries shall fix for each type of manure containing the proportion of the total quantity of nitrogen in manure, which must be used for the calculation of the consumption of nitrogen in manure.

(2). The Minister lays down rules on the proportion of the total quantity of nitrogen in processed animal manure, which is to be used in calculating the consumption of nitrogen in processed animal manure.

(3). By mixtures of animal manure, processed manure and other organic fertilizer than animal manure, including digestate from biomass, determined the share to be used in calculating the consumption of nitrogen, as the average of the shares provided for individual types of fertilisers weighted in proportion to the total quantity of nitrogen in manure types. However, the proportion of digestate from biomass can be determined as the proportion of pig manure.

§ 13. The company's consumption of nitrogen in different organic fertilizer than livestock manure is calculated as the supplier must indicate the total quantity of nitrogen in the manure, which is delivered to the company in the plan period, conferred on the level of the period of primolager and deducted from the period of ultimolager of nitrogen level in other organic fertilizer than manure.

(2). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries, lays down rules for the determination of nitrogen content in organic fertilizer other than manure. The Minister shall also for each type of different organic fertilizer than manure the share which shall be used for the calculation of the consumption of nitrogen in different organic fertilizer than manure. The Minister may, in addition, establish rules about inventory statements for all types of different organic fertilizer than manure.

§ 14. The company's consumption of nitrogen in fertilisers is calculated as the supplier must indicate the total quantity of nitrogen in the fertiliser, which is delivered to the company in the period until 31 December 2006. July conferred on the plan period and deducted from the level of the period of ultimolager primolager of nitrogen in fertilisers.

(2). Toll nitrogen in fertilisers, see. law on taxation of nitrogen contained in fertilisers, etc., applied to areas that are not covered by section 6, shall not be included in the company's consumption of nitrogen.

(3). The company's primolager of nitrogen in fertilisers shall be determined as the previous plan period ultimolager. The company's ultimolager of nitrogen in fertilisers shall be fixed by the company in accordance with the rules laid down by the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries. The Minister may lay down rules about including that companies that offer commercial fertilizer in period 1. August-30. September, see. § 4, 2. paragraph, to correct the company's ultimolager PR. 31. July in respect of the quantity of nitrogen that is applied in the period 1. August-30. September.

§ 15. If the registered before the expiry of the plan period ceases to own or have rights to use an area for which there is a nitrogen quota referred to in article 6. § 6, the registered Enterprise nitrogen consumption on the area is calculated, see. § § 10-14, for the last part of the plan period. Whoever takes over the land or the rights thereto, must, if the business is registered pursuant to section 2, have written information on consumption and ratio. Consumption and the total quota for the plan period will then be assimilated to the company that has taken over the land or the rights thereto, see. However, paragraphs 2 to 4.

(2). If the written information referred to in paragraph 1, 2. paragraph, not be given, be assimilated nitrogen consumption to the person who has transferred the land or the rights thereto.

(3). If an area or the rights thereto shall be transferred before the end of the plan period and nitrogen consumption on the area for the last part of the plan period exceeds the quota for the area concerned for the entire plan period, be considered to include the portion of the nitrogen consumption in excess of the quota, to the person who has transferred the land or the rights thereto, unless the person who takes over the land or the rights thereto, declare that the nitrogen consumption can be assimilated to this.

(4). If the company that takes over the land or the rights thereto before the expiration of the plan period, is not registered or the registration is liable under section 2 are combined consumption for the last part of the plan period to the person who has transferred the land or the rights thereto. The total quota for the plan period regarded as part of the company that transferred the land or the rights thereto.

§ 16. If the registered company before the expiration of the period of the transferor plan stored manure stored processed animal manure or other organic fertilizer, the entity shall determine a date of transaction within the meaning of ultimobeholdning. section 11, paragraph 3. Information about ultimobeholdning is given in writing to the person who takes over the stored manure, the stored processed animal manure or other organic fertilizer. Closing stock regarded as part of this regulation. However, paragraphs 2 and 3.

(2). If the company that takes over the closing stock, has not received written information about closing stock, fixed closing stock for the company, transferring closing stock, to 0.

(3). On the basis of closing stock, see. paragraphs 1 to 3 shall be determined nitrogen consumption for the plan period for the company, transferring the stored manure, the stored processed animal manure or other organic fertilizer, for the last part of the plan period until the time of the transfer.

§ 17. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down detailed rules on the form referred to in §§ 15 and 16 mentioned information shall have, on the breakdown in different manure types, fields, etc., as well as about how the information should be documented and controlled.

Chapter 3 Plant cover and other management-related actions § 18. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down rules on the establishment of plant cover and other management-related initiatives. The Minister may lay down rules about the types of crops that can be used as plant cover, and on how much of the company's land green cover must be established. The Minister may also lay down the rules on the implementation of a pilot project between crops.

(2). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down rules on specific arrangements, as each company can choose as an alternative to the laying of crops.

(3). The Minister may, on behalf of the companies, which alone should satisfy the Act's requirements on the plant cover and other management-related measures, 1) of the basic regulation. § 3, lay down the rules on the control and the records of the company must lead.

§ 19. (Repealed) § 20. (Repealed)

Chapter 4 planning and reporting requirements


§ 21. Companies that are covered by section 2, for each plan period make a gødningsplan planning for cultivated and set aside. Planning must be carried out before a date determined by the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries.

(2). The Minister shall lay down detailed rules concerning the planning, including its presentation and content.

section 21 (a). The company must annually report the company's total area, in which there are established plant cover, according to rules laid down under section 18.

(2). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries shall lay down detailed rules concerning the reporting, including design and content, and the deadline for reporting.

§ 22. The company shall each year draw up fertiliser accounts for the completed plan period. Fertiliser accounts shall be reported to the Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries.

(2). Information about livestock herd, including the number of animals per livestock type of barn type and number of the crew completed the plan period shall be reported to the Minister.

(3). Companies that have a final inventory of different organic fertilizer than manure, shall report the size of this inventory to the Minister. The alert for the completed plan period will happen in fertiliser company.

(4). Fertiliser accounts shall be calculated on the basis of the company's planning, see gødningsplan. section 21, and the reports referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3 of the livestock herd, stocks, etc., and set 1) company's total quota for nitrogen, see. sections 6-8, and the company's consumption of nitrogen, see. § § 10-14, 2) information about livestock herd and the total area with a fertilizer needs and 3) information about the company's agreements on lease to use for application of manure and manure containing company agreements.

(5). The Minister shall lay down rules on the design and content of the referred to in paragraphs 2 and 3, on the reports referred to in paragraphs 1 and 4 shall fertiliser accounting design and content, on the retention of annex, etc. as well as about the inventory of land with fertiliser needs. The Minister shall lay down the rules on the time limits for the transmission of the information referred to in paragraphs 1 to 3.

§ 23. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries shall draw up schemes to be used for the company's gødningsplan planning and preparation of the fertilizer company.

(2). The Minister may approve other schemes, including schemes that are based on computer programs.

(3). The company's gødningsplan design and fertilizer accounts shall be kept for at least 5 years.

Chapter 5 Fertiliser suppliers section 24. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries sets out rules that companies that sell or make nitrogenous fertilizer should report which is devoted fertilizer, including the deposed fertiliser type and quantity as well as the nitrogen content of the marketed quantity. The notification must include all fertilizer that is sold or disposed of, respectively, with and without charge, see. law on taxation of nitrogen contained in fertilisers, etc. the Minister may also lay down rules to the effect that the biogas and common plants, processing plants and incinerators must report, from which they receive fertilizers, including manure type and volume, as well as the nitrogen content of the manure.

section 24 (a). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries may lay down detailed rules for the operation of the plant for processing of manure and processed manure.

section 24 (b). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries can take soil samples to use for preparation of nitrogen forecast, see. § 6 (2), without paying for it. Companies shall, on request, provide the Minister with any information necessary for the application of the test for the preparation of the forecast.

Chapter 6 Administration of law § 25. Decisions in accordance with the law shall be taken by the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries.

(2). The Minister oversees, that there is no violation of law or regulations established thereunder.

section 26. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries can lay down rules, under which certain decisions taken in accordance with rules laid down under section 6, paragraph 4, may be taken by a private body. The Secretary of State shall lay down rules on the private body, at the same time, casework and on instruction and supervision.

(2). The decisions referred to in paragraph 1 may be referred to the Minister within four weeks after the decision is communicated to the complainant. The decision shall contain an indication of the redress and on the deadline for doing so. The Minister may change the decision without complaint.

(3). Assign the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries of its powers under the law to an authority under the Ministry, the Minister may lay down rules on access to complaint against the Authority's decisions, including whether to appeal cannot be brought before another administrative authority, and on the authorities ' access to reopen a case after the complaint has been lodged.

(4). The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries can after negotiation with the concerned minister transfer its powers under the law to another government agency or institution. The Minister may, in connection with this, lay down rules on access to complain about these authorities or institutions ' decisions, including whether to appeal cannot be brought before another administrative authority, and whether the authority or institution's access to resume a case after the complaint has been lodged.

section 26 (a). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries can lay down rules concerning the duty to apply digital communication in the context of registration under section 2, paragraph 2, registration and de-registration in accordance with section 2, paragraphs 3 and 7, an application for getting assigned a quota to bread wheat nitrogen in accordance with rules laid down under section 6, application for under exceptional circumstances, subtracting the company's consumption of nitrogen in nitrogen in accordance with rules laid down under section 10 (2) reporting of gødningsplan the merger under section 21 (1), the reporting of land with vegetation cover under section 21 (a) and the reporting of the information referred to in section 22, paragraphs 2 to 4, and article 24.

(2). The Minister may lay down detailed rules on the Minister by letter to agricultural undertakings on conditions which are subject to the rules laid down in accordance with paragraph 1, only uses digital communications.

(3). The Minister may, in respect of the applications and notifications referred to in paragraph 1, lay down the rules on the conditions and formats for the use of digital communication, including on the use of digital signature.

(4). The Minister may lay down rules to the effect that the Minister can issue decisions and other documents in connection with the communication referred to in paragraph 2, without signature, with power-or similarly reproduced signature or using a technique that ensures unique identification of the person who issued the decision or document. Such decisions and documents be treated as decisions and documents with personal signature.

(5). The Minister may lay down rules to the effect that decisions and other documents, which are exclusively made or issued on the basis of electronic data processing, may be issued only with the indication of the Ministry of food, agriculture and fisheries as the sender.

(6). A digital message is considered to be reached when it is available to the addressee of the message.

§ 27. Businesses covered by the Act, shall, at the request of the Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries or the Minister authorizes it, provide all information, including on financial and accounting matters, which are important for surveillance, including for determining whether a relationship falls within the Act.

section 27 (a). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries or the Minister authorizes thereof, with other public authorities to obtain the information needed to check compliance with the law and the regulations issued thereunder. The Minister or the Minister authorizes may in this connection make juxtaposition and correlation of information, including personal data, for purposes of control.

section 28. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries or the Minister authorizes it, have, if necessary, at any time against proper identification without court order access to enterprises governed by the Act, to exercise the powers the law or rules thereunder attaches to the Minister. In accordance with the same rules, the Minister or the Minister authorizes it, access to on-the-spot with the companies to review their accounts and business books, etc. To the extent that the said information is recorded electronically, include access to them also electronic access to them. The Minister or the Minister authorizes it, may take samples for studies without having to pay for it. The company's owner and the with this staff shall provide the Minister or the Minister authorizes it, the necessary guidance and help in checking.

section 28 (a). The Minister for food, agriculture and fisheries can lay down rules about disclosure with naming names of reported information, on the one hand and, on the other hand, the results on the basis of the control and adopted administrative fine present, on the basis of the checks carried out pursuant to law or regulations issued pursuant to the law.

(2). The Minister may lay down rules on the form and extent of publication, including publication can be done electronically. The Minister may determine that some of the reported information, findings or sanctions not be disclosed.


(3). The Minister may decide that publication should be done on the Internet on the basis of an it system created by the Minister relating to the reported information, findings and sanctions. The Minister may at any time, including periodic, pass both stand-alone information such as lot information from the it-system for an indefinite circle of recipients. Everyone has access to from the it system to have communicated information that has been published. Access includes both the standalone information as a lot of information.

Chapter 7 penal provisions section 29. Unless a higher penalty is inflicted for other legislation, is punishable by a fine anyone who 1) violate section 5, article 21, paragraph 1, article 22, paragraphs 1 to 4, article 23, paragraphs 1 and 3, and section 24, 2) fails to notify the company for registration under section 2, paragraph 2, or fail to supply information or providing assistance available under section 24 (b), section 27 and section 28.

(2). When setting the fines for violation of § 5 meted out stiff fines on the basis of gravity measured in kg nitrogen and in kg nitrogen per hectare.

(3). In rules adopted pursuant to the law, can be fixed penalty of fines for violation of the provisions in the rules.

(4). The limitation period for violation of the provisions of the Act or regulations issued pursuant to the Act is 4 years.

(5). That can be imposed on companies, etc. (legal persons) criminal liability in accordance with the provisions of the criminal code 5. Chapter.

section 30. Deemed a violation not to would result in higher penalty than fines, can the Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries or the Minister authorizes thereof, indicate the person that the case can be settled without judicial proceedings, if the person pleads guilty in the infringement and declare their readiness to within a specified time limit may be extended upon request, to pay a fine specified in the manifestation.

(2). With regard to the indication referred to in paragraph 1 deems the provision in the code of Civil Procedure Act § 834 (1). 2 and 3, and (2) whether the contents of an indictment by analogy.

(3). Paid the fine in a timely manner, or will be adopted and recovered or served, lapses further prosecution.

Chapter 8 transitional and commencement provisions section 31. The law shall enter into force on the 1. August 1998. § 2 However, enters into force on the day after publication in the Official Gazette. 2) (2). section 7, paragraph 5, no. 3, of the Act on agricultural properties, see. lovbekendtgørelse nr. 769 of 24. August 1994, are hereby repealed. No. 4 and 5 is then no. 3 and 4.

(3). The rules, issued in accordance with the provision referred to in paragraph 2 shall remain in force until they are repealed or replaced by regulations issued pursuant to this Act.

section 32. The Minister of food, agriculture and fisheries shall determine for the purpose of the plan period, as a business for the first time is registered in, rules on the calculation of the company's primolager of nitrogen in manure and processed manure, see. articles 11 and 11 a, as well as some fertiliser products of different organic fertilizer than manure, see. section 13, paragraph 2 2. articles, rules on the inventory of the company's primolager of nitrogen in fertilisers, see. section 14, as well as rules on determination of forfrugt of the basic regulation. § 6.

(2). The Minister lays down transitional rules for companies that have extended plan period 1997/98 pursuant to section 5 of Executive Order No. 624 of 15. July 1997 on agricultural use of fertilizers.

section 33. The law does not apply to the Faroe Islands and Greenland.

Act No. 455 of 7. June 2001 amending the law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover, which relates to section 6 and section 26, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2001.

Act No. 1085 of 19. December 2001 amending the law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (Dispensation home), which relates to section 20, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Lovtidende3).

Act No. 370 of 6. June 2002 amending the law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (the use of processed animal manure), which relates to section 7, section 10, section 11, section 11 a, § 12, § 13, § 16, § 21, § 24, § 24 a, section 29 and section 32, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2002.

Act No. 203 of 25. March 2003 amending the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (Simplification of gødningsplan planning), which relates to section 2, § 3, section 4, section 14, section 21, article 22, article 23, § 24, § 26, § 29 and annex 1, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2004.

Act No. 437 of 9. June 2004 amending the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (adjusting the rules on plant cover crops, etc.), which relates to article 6, § 8, § 13, § 18, section 19, section 20, section 22, section 29 and annex 2, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2004.

Act No. 404 of the 1. June 2005, amending various legal provisions concerning delegation to other governmental authorities, etc. on the Food Ministry and the Ministry of family and consumer areas (legal provisions for delegation), which relates to section 26, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 13 Act shall enter into force on the day after publication in the Lovtidende4).

Act No. 435 of 15. May 2006 amending the Act on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (the burning of livestock manure, publication of fertiliser accounts, etc.), which relates to section 11, section 22, § 24, § 27 (a) and section 28 (a), includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. August 2006.

Act No. 538 of 8. June 2006 amending the judicial code and various other laws (Police and judicial reform), which relates to 30, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

section 105 (1). The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2007, see. However, paragraph 2-22 and § 106.

Paragraph 2-22. (Omitted)

Act No. 1272 of 16. December 2009 amending the law on Statistics Denmark and various other laws (Obligatory digital communication between companies and the public, the amendment of the rules on the composition of the Danish growth Council, etc.), which relates to section 26 (a), includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 10 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010, in accordance with article 3. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)

Act No. 1528 of 27. December 2009 amending the law on agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (Crop-related actions, etc.), which relates to § 1, § 2, § 3, section 4, section 6, section 7, section 8, section 18, section 22, section 24 (b), section 26, paragraph 29 and annex 1, includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. January 2010.

Act No. 341 of 27. April 2011 on the amendment of the Danish financial statements Act and various other acts (Obligatory digital communication between companies and the public, tax exemption of the renewal of the Fund guarantee mechanism, etc.), which relates to section 26 (a), includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 18 paragraph 1. The law shall enter into force on the 1. May 2011, see. However, paragraph 2.

(2). (Omitted)

Act No. 388 by 22. April 2013, on amending the agricultural use of fertilisers and plant cover (regulation of nitrogen ratio and transmission of plant cover, etc.) which relates to section 5, § 7, § 9, § 10, section 13, article 21 (a), section 22 and section 26 (a), includes the following entry-into-force provision:

§ 2 the law shall enter into force on the 1. July 2013.

Ministry of food, agriculture and fisheries, the 12. may 2013 Mette Gjerskov/Anders Munk Jensen



Annex 1 (repealed) Annex 2 (repealed) Official notes 1) § 1, nr. 15 of law No. 1528 of 27. December 2009 should rightfully refer to» § 18 (3) '.

2) Law was published in the Official Gazette on 2 April. July 1998.

3) Law was published in the Official Gazette on 20. December 2001.

4) Law was published in the Official Gazette on 2 April. June 2005.

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