Regulation On The Placing On The Market Of Fittings Of Vegetable, Fruit And Ornamental Plant Species

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Inverkehrbringen von Anbaumaterial von Gemüse-, Obst- und Zierpflanzenarten

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Regulation on the placing on the market of crop material of vegetable, fruit and ornamental plants (AGOZV)

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AGOZV

Date of production: 16.06.1998

Full quote:

" Ordinance on the cultivation of materials of 16. June 1998 (BGBl. 1322), as last amended by Article 5 of the Regulation of 10 June 2008. October 2012 (BGBl. I p. 2113) "

:Last modified by Art. 5 V v. 10.10.2012 I 2113

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This regulation is used for the implementation of the following acts:
1. Council Directive 91 /682/EEC of 19 June 2002 December 1991 on the
on the market of propagating material and plants of
ornamental plant species (OJ L 327, 28.12.1991, p. EC No 21);
2. Council Directive 92 /33/EEC of 28 June 1992 On the
of vegetable and vegetable propagating material,
, with the exception of seed (OJ L 327, 28.5.1992, p. EC No OJ L 157, p. 1);
3. Council Directive 92 /34/EEC of 28 June 1992 4 April 1992 on the
on the market of propagating material and plants of
fruit plants for fruit production (OJ L 327, 28.5.1992, p. EC No 10);
4. Commission Directive 93 /48/EEC of 23 June 1993 June 1993, on the
of the table containing the requirements for propagating material
and fruit plants intended for fruit production in accordance with Council
92 /34/EEC (OJ L 206, 22.7.1992, p. EC No L 250 p. 1);
5. Commission Directive 93 /49/EEC of 23 June 1993 June 1993, on the
of the table containing the requirements for propagating material
and plants of ornamental plant species in accordance with Council
91 /682/EEC (OJ L 378, 27.12.1991, p. EC No 9);
6. Commission Directive 93 /61/EEC of 2. July 1993 on the
of the table with the requirements for vegetable propagating material and
vegetable propagating material other than seeds as defined in the
of Council Directive 92 /333/EEC (OJ L 206, 22.7.1992, p. EC No 19);
7. Commission Directive 93 /62/EEC of 5. July 1993 with
Implementing rules for the monitoring and verification of
suppliers and equipment pursuant to Council Directive 92 /33/EEC
concerning the placing on the market of vegetable propagating material and
Vegetable propagating material other than seed
(OJ L 327, 30.4.2004, p. EC No L 250 p. 29);
8. Commission Directive 93 /63/EEC of 5. July 1993 with
Implementing rules for the monitoring and verification of
suppliers and equipment pursuant to Council Directive 91 /682/EEC
concerning the marketing of propagating material
and plants of Species of ornamental plants
(OJ C 327, EC No L 250 p. 31);
9. Commission Directive 93 /64/EEC of 5. July 1993 with
Implementing rules for the monitoring and verification of
suppliers and equipment pursuant to Council Directive 92 /34/EEC
concerning the placing on the market of propagating material
and plants of Fruit production fruit
(OJ C 327, 18.4.2004, p. EC No L 250 p. 33);
10. Commission Directive 93 /78/EEC of 21 June 1993
, with additional implementing rules for

of propagating material and plants of
ornamental plant species (OJ L 206, 22.7.1991, p. 1). EC No 19);
11. Commission Directive 93 /79/EEC of 21 June 1993
, with additional implementing rules for the
plant variety lists of propagating material and plants of
fruit plants, which are managed by the
suppliers in accordance with Council Directive 92 /34/EEC, for fruit production 1. EC No 25);
The obligations arising from Council Directive 83 /189/EEC of the
Parliament and of the Council of the European Parliament and of the Council of 28 June 2003 March 1983 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of
standards and regulations (OJ L 327, 28.3.1983 EC No 8),
last amended by Directive 94 /10/EC of
European Parliament and of the Council of 23 June 2001 on the European Parliament and of the Council of the European Communities, March 1994
EC No 30), have been observed.

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 23. 7.1998 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes on EC law:
Implementation of
EWGRL 682/91 (CELEX Nr: 31991L0682)
EWGRL 33/92 (CELEX Nr: 31992L0033)
EWGRL 34/92 (CELEX Nr: 31992L0034)
EWGRL 48/93 (CELEX NO: 31993L0048)
EWGRL 61/93 (CELEX NO: 31993L0061)

EWGRL 62/93 (CELEX NO: 31993L0062)
EWGRL 63/93 (CELEX No: 31993L0063)
EWGRL 64/93 (CELEX) No: 31993L0064)
EWGRL 78/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993L0078)
EWGRL 79/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993L0079)




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content overview

Section 1
General Rules
§ 1 Scope
§ 2Terms of Use
Section 2
 Marketing
Subsection 1
General Rules
§ 3Registration
§ 4Companies Obligations
§ 5Requests to Default Material
Subsection 2
Core-and stone-obst attachment-mounted material
§ 6 Mounted Crop material
Subsection 3
labelling, control, and Comparative Checks
§ 7Labeling
§ 8Control
 § 8aComparison Checks
§ 8b Communications
Section 3
On-and Export
§ 9Imports
§ 10Export
Section 4
Final Provisions
§ 11Exceptions
§ 12 Administrative Offences

Section 1
General Rules

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§ 1 Scope of application

The requirements of this regulation govern the requirements for the add-on material of
1.
Vegetable types other than vegetable seeds,
2.
Oblaunch to fruit production as well as
3.
ornamental plant species with the exception of cultivation material, which is used for the (
) the
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§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
cultivation material, including propagating material in accordance with § 2 para. 1 no. 1a of the seed transport law, is Standard material or material:
a)
of the ornamental plant species listed in Appendix 1, which shall be used for the Production of plants for commercial purposes;
b)
fruit-producing fruit and vegetable species listed in Appendix 1, which are either produced for production for commercial purposes or otherwise for cultivation;
c)
other species, provided that it is intended for processing with the plant species listed in Appendix 1 is;
2.
Standard material: cultivation material that meets the minimum requirements; this includes Conformitas Agraria Communitatis material (CAC material) of Fruit production fruit fruit;
3.
Anrecognised material from fruit production to fruit production
a)
Prestage material: cultivation material obtained from a pre-growth stage preceding the base material ,
b)
Base material: cultivation material obtained from precursor material and officially recognized;
c)
Certified material: cultivation material obtained directly from the base material, precursor material or certified material for the production of crop material and officially
4.
Categories: Standard material, precursor material, base material, or certified material;
5.
Virus-free material: cultivation material which has been officially found to be free from the viruses listed in Appendix 4, column 2, virus-like harmful organisms and viral diseases, or as Virus-free on the basis of its descent from officially virus-free-found cultivation material;
6.
Virus-tested material: cultivation material officially free of the material used in the Annex 4, column 3, virus, virus-like harmful organisms and viral diseases have been found or is considered to be virus-tested on the basis of its descent from officially virus-tested cultivation material;
7.
third country: state that is not a member state of the European Union.

Section 2
Placing

Subsection 2
General Rules

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§ 3 Registration

(1) Anyone who places growing material for commercial purposes
1.
on the market or
2.
wants to import from a third country,
must be included in an official list by the competent authority, issuing a registration number (registration). The admission will be made on request. The application must contain at least the following information:
1.
Name and address of the Applicant,
2.
the name of the person who is responsible for the production of plants in the establishment or, in the case of the first sentence 2, the plant production in the third country, and the Plant protection measures can provide the necessary information and
3.
botanical name of the crop to be placed on the market.
The competent authority may also require further information to the extent necessary for the implementation of this Regulation.(2) The applicant shall inform the competent authority without delay of any changes to the information on which the application is based.(3) The applicant may refer to information which has already been registered in accordance with § 13n of the Plant Decree Ordinance, to the extent that the application referred to in paragraph 1 is lodged with the competent authority for registration and the same information would be included.(4) The competent authority may also subsequently attach conditions to the registration in order to ensure that the requirements for cultivation material are complied with in accordance with this Regulation.(5) The obligation to register in accordance with paragraph 1 shall be exempt from the requirement of
1.
not in its own operation produced and intended for non-industrial end-users, of fruit and vegetable crops,
2.
ornamental plants intended for non-industrial end-users
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§ 4 Obligations of the establishments

(1) Those who are registered in accordance with § 3 (1) shall have the necessary measures in their operations in order to ensure that the cultivation material complies with the requirements laid down in Article 5 (2) and (4). It shall ensure that batches can be identified separately during plant production and shall, in particular, carry out on-the-spot checks at appropriate times and with appropriate measures. The controls extend to
1.
on the quality of the used material at the beginning and during the plant production,
2.
to the occurrence of Annex I and II of Council Directive 2000 /29/EC of 8 June 2000. May 2000 laying down measures for the protection of the Community against the introduction into the Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against the spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ L 327, 31.12.2000 EC No 1) for harmful organisms listed in the relevant version,
3.
in the case of ornamental plants on the occurrence of harmful organisms, which are the useful value of the crop material, and
4.
in the case of fruit and vegetables, on the occurrence of the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 2, column 2.
The packaging of the growing material or of the mounted material shall be included in the internal controls where necessary to ensure the occurrence of harmful organisms or any other adverse effects on the quality of the crop material prevent. In the case of suspected infestation with a harmful organism, samples for examinations in suitable laboratories shall also be taken in the course of the internal controls, as far as this is necessary to clarify the suspicion. The rates 2 to 4 shall not apply to those who do not produce ornamental plants themselves and only bring them into circulation or introduce them.(2) If you are registered in accordance with § 3 (1), you must have standard material
1.
about a description of the variety. including the variety denomination and the generally known synonyms, unless the variety is sufficiently described in the specialist literature,
2.
Information about the variety system and the propagating system and
3.
Data to distinguish between The variety of the next-like variety may be made at the request of the competent authority.
Sentence 1 shall not apply to the standard material of ornamental plant species without reference to the variety or standard material of vegetable species in Transport brings. The provisions of the first and third sentence shall not apply to establishments whose activity is limited to the placing on the market of crop material for ornamental plants and fruit plants intended for fruit production. The Federal Office for Plant Variety (Bundessortenamt) is aware of the characteristics to be described in accordance with Section 3a (1) (2) (b) of the Law on Seed Transport as well as the specialist literature, which contains sufficiently precise descriptions of varieties, in the Plant Variety Board. The notice may be limited to a reference to publications in the Official Journal of the European Communities.(3) Those who are registered in accordance with § 3 (1) shall immediately have the competent authority
1.
the excessive or non-expected (exceptional) occurrence or suspicion of an exceptional occurrence of a harmful organism listed in Appendix 2, column 2, or
2.
Occurrence or suspicion of occurrence of a harmful organism listed in Annex I and II of Directive 2000 /29/EC
. The competent authority may order measures to combat harmful organisms, in particular appropriate treatment or destruction of the infestation of the infestation.(4) Those who are registered in accordance with § 3 (1) no. 1 shall keep records of
1.
type and number of pieces, or Weight of crop produced during operation,
2.
Type and quantity or weight as well as receipt date, supplier and producer of the purchased Crop material,
3.
Type and quantity or weight and date of placing on the market,
4.
the composition of a shipment that is intended for immediate delivery as far as it has been put together directly from crop material with origin from different holdings ,
5.
the reference number of the seed lot in the case of cultivation material of vegetables grown directly from seeds, which is placed on the market, provided that the reference number does not in accordance with section 7 (1) no. 6,
6.
the occurrence of harmful organisms,
7.
performed control actions,
8.
other chemical measures,
9.
the results of the controls referred to in paragraph 1.
The records may also be recorded by other reliable verifiable systematic records in the context of the company's operations. Bookkeeping is performed.(5) The records referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 4 shall be at least one year, in the case of fruit planting material for fruit production at least three years, after the end of the year in which the records have been drawn up, by the person who shall be referred to in paragraph 3 of this Article. Paragraph 1 is to be kept.(6) The obligations laid down in the first sentence of paragraph 1 and the provisions of paragraph 4 (6) to (9) shall also apply to non-registered establishments producing and placing on the market the planting material of ornamental plant species intended for non-industrial end-users. The second sentence of paragraph 4 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Requirements for standard material

(1) Default material must be
1.
come from stocks that meet at least the requirements of paragraph 2, and
2.
meet the requirements of paragraph 4.
(2) Stocks that are used to produce standard material must meet at least the following requirements:
1.
The growing up must not show clearly visible signs of infestation with
a)
harmful organisms that reduce the utility value of the add-on material, and
b)
the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 2, column 2, in the case of the fruit and vegetable species listed there in Appendix 2, column 1
2.
Stocks for the production of the standard material must not show any clearly visible other defects, which are the utility value of the produced material.
3.
The plant species listed in Appendix 3, column 1, must meet the requirements listed in column 2.
4.
During the harvest or collection from stocks, standard material used for the production of plants for commercial purposes is separated from other crop material, separately from other crop material. .
(3) In the event of infestation with harmful organisms as referred to in paragraph 2 (1) or where the requirements referred to in paragraph 2 (2) and (4) are not met, the growth shall be treated or removed in a suitable manner.(4) Standard material must meet at least the following requirements at the time of placing on the market:
1.
There must be no clearly visible signs of infestation with
a)
harmful organisms that reduce the utility value of the add-on material, and
b)
the in Appendix 2 column 2 in the case of the fruit and vegetable species listed in Annex 2, column 1
2.
In the case of grafted-on crop material, Citrus species for ornamentals and for fruit production shall not be susceptible to viroids.
3.
Type and variety or the plant group shall be subject to a have sufficient authenticity and purity.
4.
The standard material of
a)
Fruit plants have to be
aa)
of a variety or a group of plants in accordance with Section 3a (1) (2) (a) of the Seed Transport Act, or
bb)
have a description and description which shall: Bundessortenamt has been submitted
b)
Vegetable plants must belong to a variety in accordance with Section 3a (1) (3) of the Seed Transport Act,
c)
ornamental plants placed on the market with a reference to a variety or plant group must be a variety or plant group according to § 3a, paragraph 1, point 2 of the Seed transport law.
5.
The standard material must not have any defects that reduce its utility value as an add-on material.
(5) Bundessortenamt shall make known the varieties or groups of plants referred to in paragraph 4 (4) (a), the names and descriptions of which have been submitted to it.

Subsection 2
Ancanted crop by core and stone fruit

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§ 6 Anrecognized crop material

(1) Anedged crop material for production The requirements for standard material according to § 5 (1), (2) and (4) and in accordance with this provision must comply with the requirements of the core and stone fruit.(2) At the request of the competent authority, the competent authority may recognise any cultivation material as a precursor, base material or certified material, if
1.
it belongs to an approved or protected variety according to the Plant Variety Protection Act
2.
the authority have been inspected visually at least once a year for the infestation of harmful organisms listed in Appendix 2, column 2, and
3.
Core and stone fruit stocks are at a sufficient distance to prevent the infestation of viruses, viral diseases or virus-like harmful organisms via pollen, vectors or root-growth.
The distance between In the case of base material and certified material, the first sentence shall be at least fifteen metres for the further production of the material. The environment of these stocks must be free from cherry ring spotted viruses, sarcophagus, pear decay, cider addiction and fire fire, within a radius of two hundred and fifty metres. If the competent authority is unable to determine the freedom of infestation with the said harmful organisms, it may review the relevant stock of the cultivation material for the purpose of recognition by means of additional investigations.(3) In the case of paragraph 2, the cultivation material must satisfy at least the following requirements:
1.
Prestage material used for the further production of add-on material must
a)
originating or directly generated from source material, officially as virus-tested in accordance with Appendix 4, column 3 or as virus-free in accordance with the Annex 4
b)
to prevent infestation with harmful organisms listed in Annex 4, column 2.
At least every twentieth year, the stocks must be examined for infection with viruses, viral diseases or virus-like harmful organisms. In the case of Prunus species, the stocks must also be kept free of blossoms and must be examined once a year for pollen and leaf transmissible viruses. The starting material of precursor material shall be investigated using appropriate methods for the official determination of virustestation. In the case of starting material, the investigation can also be carried out on virus freedom.
2.
Base material must be
a)
immediately, in the case of documents, also by an additional multiplication step, from recognized Pre-stage material and
b)
have been officially considered as being free from the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 4, column 2, after an examination
stocks of base material for the further production of crop material from Prunus species must be examined at least once a year on leaf-transmissible and pollen-transmissible viruses, and in the case of flower-free stocks, the investigation in the case of pollen-borne viruses, only every third year. Stocks of chernobyl must be examined at least every sixth year for apple orchards and pears, provided that the area of the stock is not situated in an area that has been found to be free of these pathogens.
3.
certificated material
a)
Certified material used to produce crop material (parent plants) must be created directly from recognized pre-stage or base material;
b)
Certified material, which is otherwise intended for cultivation, must be made directly from recognized precursor or base material or certified material, which is used for the production of add-on material
material must have been officially considered as free from the viral diseases listed in Appendix 4, column 2, after an examination. Inventories of certified material for the further production of crop material of Prunus species must be examined once a year on leaf-and pollen-transmissible viruses, in the case of blossom-free stocks, a study on pollen-transmissible diseases Viruses not required.(4) In order to preserve genetic diversity, the competent authority may recognise crop material from fruit plants for the production of core and stone fruit by way of derogation from Section 14b (1) (1) of the Seed Transport Act, if
1.
the sort before the 1. It was placed on the market in January 1985 and the strain was placed before the 24.
2.
2.
neither a plant variety authorisation nor a request for a variety authorisation is available and the variety is not protected under the Plant Variety Protection Act.
3.
the variety or synonymous designation is listed in a list of the Federal Office of the Federal Office.
The inclusion in the list as set out in the first sentence of paragraph 3 shall be made on: Application. The application must be submitted within two years of the date of the 24. The variety denomination and a declaration concerning the placing on the market of the variety before 1 July 1998 shall be submitted to the Office of the Federal Office for the Protection of the Bundessortenamt. January 1985 and its cultivation before the 24. 1 July 1998. At the request of the Bundessortenamtes, the variety description shall be provided and a pattern of the cultivation material shall be provided. The Federal Office of the Federal Office of Germany (Bundessortenamt) is examining the data and announcingthe list of varieties or synonymous names in the leaf for variety. The competent authority may also recognise the cultivation material referred to in the first sentence if the plant variety right is no longer available after the expiry of the period laid down in § 13 of the Plant Variety Protection Act and there is neither a plant variety authorisation nor a request for a variety authorisation. Sentences 2 and 5 shall apply accordingly.(5) A virus-tested or virus-free crop material which has been obtained in a vegetative manner in a given number of propagation stages of material which has been appropriately amused has been kept under conditions which are re-used for the purpose of re-establishing a new Prevent infestation by the respective viruses and the cultivation material is free from signs of infestation with harmful organisms.(6) By way of derogation from the first sentence of paragraph 2, the cultivation material used as a base and not belonging to a variety may be recognised if it is of a type and type.(7) By way of derogation from paragraph 3 (1) (a), (2) (a) and (3) (a), cultivation material used as a base and obtained from seeds may be recognised if it has been derived from a recognised seed and, on the basis of a It has been found to be visibly free from the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 4, column 2. This material is to be described as a certified material and can be used as a base for pre-grade, basic or certified material. In the case of use as a base for pre-stage material of Prunus species, the document must have been officially found to be free of leaf-transmissible viruses prior to finishing in an inspection.(8) By way of derogation from paragraph 3 (1) (a), (2) (a) and (3) (a), semen may be accepted if
1.
it comes from a tree that meets the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3 otherwise, or
2.
it comes from a tree showing no signs of infestation with the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 4, column 2, and
a)
of a variety referred to in paragraph 2 (1) or (4) or,
b)
if not belonging to a variety, type- and type-real, and
in the case of Prunus species, it has been officially found to be free of samentransferable viruses in an investigation.
This crop material is to be described as a certified material.In the case of documents, by way of derogation from paragraph 3 (2) (a), the competent authority may, by way of derogation from paragraph 3 (3) (a), provide the production of certified material in additional Allow multiplication steps. In this connection, it can combine the approval with conditions, in particular, to the number of propagation steps, to the extent that this is necessary to meet the plant health requirements. In addition, the competent authority may, upon request, for a period to be determined and for a certain quantity, other exemptions from paragraph 3 (1) (a), (2) (a) and (3) (a), in respect of the number of steps to be taken in a number of cases. , where appropriate crop material in a category is not available in sufficient numbers to produce directly the following category.

Subsection 3
Labeling and Control

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§ 7 Labelling

(1) Cultivation material may only be placed on the market for commercial purposes where it is accompanied by a document or label containing the following information:
1.
designation "EC quality";
2.
specification "DE";
3.
Registration number and indication or an officially known license plate of the authority responsible for registration;
4.
Supplier and serial number of the goods accompanying paper, batch number or number of the week in which the crop is placed on the market;
5.
exhibition data;
6.
Reference number of the seed lot in the case of crop material, which is directly from seeds;
7.
species (botanical name or vegetables the common name);
8.
variety denomination, name of the plant group, or in the case of a file not belonging to a variety, its name;
9.
in the case of fruit plants, the category designation and, if the crop has been found to be virus-tested or virus-free in an examination, the indication "(vt)" for virustested or "(vf)" for virus free;
10.
piece count or weight of the crop;
11.
as far as the cultivation material has its origin in a third country, the name of the country of origin or the country of dispatch.
The variety denomination is for ornamental plant species that do not a reference to the variety is to be placed on the market, not necessary. In the case of non-industrial end-users, the restriction of labelling shall be
1.
for ornamental plants and vegetables on the information given in sentence 1, no. 7, and
2.
at Obstart to the data according to sentence 1, no. 2, 3, 7, 8 and 9
.(2) The person who places the crop on the market shall issue the goods accompanying paper or the label. The goods accompanying paper or the label may only be used for the monitoring of the production material of a consignment. Re-use for other shipments is not permitted.(3) Instead of the goods accompanying document or labelling referred to in paragraph 1, the plant passport may also be used in accordance with Article 13c of the Plant Decree Regulation, provided that the information referred to in paragraphs 1, 8 and 9 is clearly highlighted by the other indications. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Control

(1) The competent authority controls those registered in accordance with § 3, at least once annually.(2) Where the competent authority finds, in the case of registered establishments, that the obligations laid down in § 4 are not fulfilled, it may order the registration of the registration until such time as the deficiencies found are resolved.(3) The competent authority may carry out checks during the placing on the market and in reception establishments in the form of samples.(4) Where the competent authority finds that the production material does not meet the conditions laid down in this Regulation, it shall adopt the measures necessary in accordance with the circumstances, in particular: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
its appropriate treatment or
2.
its annihilation.
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§ 8a comparative checks

The competent authority may, in addition to carrying out comparative tests in establishments and during the placing on the market, carry out tests on cultivation material and take samples to ensure compliance with the requirements of the said Regulation to be reviewed. It may also transmit the samples to another competent authority in the country which carries out comparative tests in accordance with the first sentence.(2) Paragraph 1 shall apply in accordance with Community comparative tests, insofar as they are based on a decision of the Commission of the European Community after
1.
Article 14 (2) of Council Directive 98 /56/EC of 20 June 2000. July 1998 concerning the marketing of propagating material of ornamental plants (OJ L 327, 30.4.1998, p. EC No 16),
2.
Article 20 (2) of Council Directive 92 /33/EEC of 28 June 1992, p. April 1992 on the marketing of vegetable and vegetable propagating material, with the exception of seeds (OJ L 327, 30.4.1992, p. EC No 1) and
3.
Article 20 (2) of Council Directive 92 /34/EEC of 28 June 1992, p. 4 April 1992 on the marketing of fruit plant propagating material and fruit plants for fruit production (OJ L 327, 30.4.1992, p. EC No 10)
are to be implemented in the current version. The competent authority may also forward samples to another competent authority in the country or in another Member State which carries out comparative tests in accordance with the first sentence.(3) In the case of the investigations referred to in paragraph 1 or 2, the competent authority shall establish that cultivation material does not fulfil the conditions laid down in this Regulation, and Article 8 (4) shall apply mutatily.(4) In carrying out the investigations and trials referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2, the Julius Kühn Institute, Federal Research Institute for Cultural Plants, shall, in accordance with Section 33 (2) (10) of the Plant Protection Act, act in consultation with the competent authority. Non-official table of contents

§ 8b Communications

The Julius Kühn Institute, Federal Research Institute for Cultural Plants, will be empowered to transport to the Commission of the European Community or to the competent authorities of other Member States in the following cases:
1.
Communications on complaints about shipments of crop material if the consignment has not been accompanied by a goods accompanying paper, label or plant passport, which is considered to be ,
2.
Communications on controls, findings and measures according to § 8,
3.
Communications on the performance, status and results of comparative trials pursuant to § 8a (1) and (2) and on measures ordered pursuant to § 8a (3)

Section 3
import and export

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§ 9 Imports

(1) Cultivation from a third country may be imported for commercial purposes only if the importer has ensured, prior to importation, that the production material to be imported is equivalent to such crop material, which is the The requirements of § 5 (1) and, in the case of approved cultivation material, satisfy the requirements of § 6 of this Regulation.(2) cultivation material may be imported for commercial purposes from a third country only if accompanied by a document containing the following information in an official language of the European Community:
1.
originating country,
2.
name of the sender,
3.
receiver name,
4.
serial number, lot number or number of the Week in which the import occurs
5.
Exhibition Date,
6.
Art (botanical Name),
7.
The variety denomination, name of the plant group, or in the case of a file not belonging to a variety, the name of which,
8.
in the case of fruit plants, the category designation and, in the case of approved fruit growing material, the indication "(vt)" for virus-tested or "(vf)" for virus-free,
9.
piece number or weight of the crop material,
10.
Confirmation of the equivalence of the add-on material with such cultivation material, which satisfies the requirements of § 5 (1) and in the case of approved crop material the requirements of § 6 of this Regulation.
For the cultivation material of ornamental plants, the indication in accordance with the first sentence of 1 provided that the cultivation material is not to be placed on the market by reference to the variety.(3) Where the cultivation material is accompanied by a plant health certificate which meets the requirements of the International Plant Protection Convention, the information referred to in paragraph 1 may be registered on the same. In this connection, the information required in paragraph 2, first sentence, point 7, in the field of "distinguishing characteristics" and the indication referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2, and the indication referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2, of recognised crop material, may be specified in the "Additional Declaration" box. are entered.(4) The import is only permitted by the customs offices announced in the Bundesanzeiger (Federal Gazette) under section 36 of the Plant Protection Act for imports of plant-based products. Crop material shall be examined by the competent authority at the place of entry or at any other appropriate place before the customs clearance for the fulfilment of the requirements laid down in Article 5 (4) of this Regulation. In addition, recognised crop material must have been found to be clearly free from the viral diseases listed in Annex 4, column 2.(5) Anyone who imports crop material from a third country shall have
1.
the competent authority for its registration. to indicate in writing, within one week of importation, the import of crop material, stating the place of destination, and, in the case of a recognised crop of fruit, to provide an additional official certificate of the country of origin on the basis of the Equivalence of the imported crop material with recognised crop material in accordance with Article 6 of this Regulation,
2.
a proof in accordance with the following sentence 3 on the contract with the supplier in the third country for at least one year, in the case of fruit planting material for fruit production for at least three years.
In the case of the first sentence of sentence 1, the official certificate shall be valid in the Phytosanitary certificate as an official certificate for approved crop material. The evidence referred to in the first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall at least give the following information:
1.
Name and Address of supplier,
2.
Number of pieces or weight of crop material,
3.
Type (botanical name),
4.
Purpose, which in particular indicates whether the crop material for the commercial further culture or for the supply to the Final consumer is provided.
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§ 10 Export

cultivation material intended for export to a state outside the Whereas the European Community is intended and does not comply with the requirements of this Regulation, it must be kept clearly separate from the material which meets the requirements of this Regulation and is to be labelled as such; name="BJNR132210998BJNG001500311 " />

Section 4
Final Provisions

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§ 11 Exceptions

(1) The Competent authority may allow exceptions to § 4 for establishments and check for checks according to § 8, as far as
1.
the cultivation material is delivered in the holding or placed on the market on weekly markets according to § 67 para. 1 of the commercial order and
2.
the crop is intended for non-industrial end users.
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§ 12 Administrative Offences

(1) Order in violation of § 60 (1) (3) of the Law on the Law of the Seed, who Intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 4 (5) or § 9 (5) sentence 1 no. 2, proof not or not retained for the prescribed duration,
2.
is placed on the market against § 7 para. 1 sentence 1 of the cultivation material,
3.
contrary to § 9 para. 1, § 9 para. 2 sentence 1 or para. 4 sentence 1 add-on material, or
4.
contrary to § 9 5 sentence 1 no. 1, an indication not, not correct or not reimbursed in good time.
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Appendix 1 (to § 2)
plant species *) to which the provisions of this Regulation apply if they are to be placed on the market as add-on material for commercial purposes

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 1998, 1328-1329;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
botanical Label German label
1 2
A. Ornamental plant species
Ornamental plants within the meaning of Article 1 (1) of Directive 98 /56/EC of the Council of 20 June 2000 on the July 1998 concerning the marketing of propagating material of ornamental plants (OJ L 327, 30.4.1998, p. EC No L 226 p. 16)
B. Vegetable species and their hybrids
1. Allium cepa L.
-Allium cepa L. var. cepaZwiebel, Echalion
-Allium cepa L. var. aggregatumshallots
2.Allium fistulosum L.Winterheckenzwiebel
3.Allium porrum L.Porree
4.Allium sativum L.Knoblauch
5.Allium schoenoprasum L. Cutting
6.Anthriscus cerefolium (L.) Hoffm.Kerbel
7.Apium graveolens L. Sellerie, Knollensellerie
8.Asparagus officinalis L.Spargel
9.Beta vulgaris L. Red beet, Mangold
10.Brassica oleracea L.Green cabbage or garlic,
Blumenkohl or Karfiol,
broccoli, Brussels sprouts, or
Sprossenkohl, Wirsing or
Wirsingkohl, white cabbage or
white cabbage, red cabbage or red cabbage,
kohlrabi
11.Brassica rapa L.chinakohl, autumn beet or mairübe, or Stubble
12.Capsicum annuum L.Chili or Paprika or Pfefferoni
13.Cichorium endivia L. Krausleaftrige Endivie
Endivie
14.Cichorium intybus L.Leaf History, Root Cichorie
15.Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.)
Matsum. et Nakai
watermelon
16.Cucumis melo L.Melone or sugar melon
17.Cucumis sativus L.cucumber, salad cucumber, insert cucumber
18.Cucurbita maxima Duchesnegiant girder
19. Cucurbita pepo L.Gartenpumpkin or Zucchini
20.Cynara cardunculus L.Artichoke, Cardy or Cardan artichokes
21.Daucus carota L.Carrot or carrot, forage may
22.Foeniculum vulgare Mill. Fenchel
23.Lactuca sativa L.Salat (lettuce, sliced salad, salat)
24.Lycopersicon esculentum Mill.tomato
25.Petroselinum crispum (Mill.)
Nyman ex A. W. Hill
Petersilie
26.Phaseolus coccineus L.Phaseolus vulgaris L.
27.Phaseolus vulgaris L.Garden bean, bush bean, Bar bean
28.Pisum sativum L. (partim)peas, peas, forma peas, sugar peas
29.Raphanus sativus L.Radieschen, Rettich
30.Rheum rhabarbarum L.Rhabarber
31.Scorzonera hispanica L.Schwarzwurzel
32.Solanum melongena L.Aubergine or egg fruit
33. Spinacia oleracea L.spinach
34.Valerianella locusta (L.) Laterr.Field lettuce, Rapunzel
35.Vicia faba L. (partial)Thickness Bean or Puffbohne
36.Zea mays L. (partim)Zuckermais
Puffmais
C. Fruit production fruit and hybrids thereof
1.Castanea sativa Mill.Esscastany
2.Citrus L.Zitrus
3.Corylus avellana L. Haselnuss
4.Cydonia oblonga Mill.quince
5.Ficus carica L. Feige
6.Fortunella SwingleKumquat
7.Fragaria L. Strawberry
8.Juglans regia L.walnut
9.Malus Mill. Apple
10.Olea europaea L.olive tree
11.Pistacia vera L. Pistazie
12.Poncirus Raf.Bitterorange
13.Prunus amygdalus Batsch Mandel
14.Prunus armeniaca L.Apricots
15.Prunus avium (L.) L. sweet cherry
16.Prunus cerasus L.Sauerkirsche
17.Prunus domestica L. Pflaume
18.Prunus persica (L.) BatschPeach
19.Prunus salicina Lindley Japanese plum
20.Pyrus L.pear
21.Ribes L.Johannisbeere, Spiked berry, jostabeere
22.Rubus L.Raspberry, blackberry
23.Vaccinium L. Blueberry, cranberry
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Entspr. Species directory.
2)
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Appendix 2 (to § 4 para. 1 and 2, § 5 (2) and (4), § 6 (3) and § 9 (3))
harmful organisms to crop material of certain plant species (

of the original text: BGBl). I 1998, 1330-1349;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Plant species scientific designation (German name) harmful organism or disease scientific designation (German name)
1. Vegetable plants and their hybrids
Allium cepa L.
-
Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum (shallots
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all developmental stages Delia spp. (root flies) Ditylenchus dipsaci (stem nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), especially Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Pilze Botrytis spp. Peronospora destructor (mildew) Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease)
3.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Onion yellow dwarf
Allium cepa L.
-
Allium cepa L. var. cepa (onion, echalion)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all developmental stages Delia spp. (Root flies) Ditylenchus dipsaci (stems nematode) Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), especially Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas spp.
3.
Pilze Botrytis spp. Fusarium oxysporum f. Sp. cepae (onion basal rot) Peronospora destructor (Falscher Mehltau) Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Onion yellow dwarf virus (onion yellow)
Allium fistulosum L.
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Delia spp. (root flies) Ditylenchus dipsaci (stem nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), especially Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Fungus Sclerotium Cepivorum (Flour Disease)
3.
Viruses and Virus-Like Organisms All Viruses and viruslike organisms
Allium porrum L. (Porree)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Delia spp. (root flies) Ditylenchus dipsaci (stem nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas spp.
3.
fungi Alternaria porri (purple spot disease) Fusarium culmorum (Fusarium Root Rot) Phytophthora porri Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Leek yellow stripe virus (Lauchgelbstripe virus
Allium sativum L. (garlic)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aceria tulipae (Tulpengal Milbe) Delia spp. (root flies) Ditylenchus dipsaci (stem nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), especially Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas fluorescens ("milk caffee" disease)
3.
Pilze Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Onion yellow dwarf
Apium graveolens L. (Sellerie)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Acidia heraclei (Selleriefliege) Lygus spp. Psila rosae (carafe flies) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips) and Thrips tabaci (onion thrips)
2.
Bacteria Erwinia carotovora var. carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Pseudomonas syringae pv. apii
3.
fungus Fusarium oxysporum f. Sp. apii Phoma apiicola (Sellerieschorf) Pythium spp. (Pythium-root rot) Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia-tuber rot) Septoria apiicola (Septoria-leaf stain)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Celery mosaic virus (Selleriemosaikvirus) Cucumber mosaic virus (Gurkenmosaikvirus)
Asparagus officinalis L. (asparagus)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Brachyorynella asparagi (asparagus laus) Hypopta castrum (asparagus drill) Platyparea poeciloptera (asparagus fly)
2.
mushroom Fusarium spp. (Fusarium Root Rot) Rhizoctonia violacea
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Beta vulgaris L. var. vulgaris (Mangold)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Pegomyia betae (beet fly)
2.
fungus phoma betae (root brand)
3.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular, Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (Rhizomaniavirus
Brassica oleracea L. (cauliflower or carfiol, broccoli, green cabbage or guncabbage, Brussels sprouts or sprouts, White cabbage or white cabbage, red cabbage or red cabbage, cabbage, cabbage)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (white flies) Aphididae (aphids) heterodera spp. (Zystennematode) Lepidoptera (butterflies), in particular Pieris brassicae (Large cabbage) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola (bacterial leaf stain) Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris (Adernschwärze)
3.
Pilze Alternaria brassicae (cabbage) Mycosphaerella spp. Phoma lingam Plasmodiophora brassicae (cabbage hernia) Pythium spp. (Circular Spotted Disease) Rhizoctonia solani (germ disease)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cauliflower mosaic virus (cauliflower mosaic virus) Tospoviren Turnip mosaic virus (Water beet mosaic virus)
Brassica rapa L. (Chinakohl)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aphididae (aphids) Lepidoptera (butterflies), in particular Pieris brassicae (large cabbage)
2.
mushrooms Alternaria brassicae (cabbage) Botrytis cinerea (grey skies) Mycosphaerella spp. Phoma lingam Plasmodiophora brassicae (cabbage hernia) Sclerotinia spp. (Circular Spotted Disease) (Sclerotinia-bearing rot)
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Tospoviruses
Capsicum annuum L. (Chili or Paprika or Pfefferoni)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies) Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Potato Beetle) Ostrinia nubilalis (corn borealis) Phthorimaea operculella (potato moth) Tetranychidae (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian blossom thrips)
2.
Pilze Leveillula taurica (Echter Mehltau) Pyrenochaeta lycopersici (Corkworm disease) Pythium spp. Phytophthora capsici (root and column base rot) Verticillium alboatrum (Verticillium-Welke) Verticillium dahliae (Verticillium-Welke)
3.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) Tomato mosaic virus (tomato mosaic virus) Pepper mild mottle virus (Milder Paprika virus) Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus)
Cichorium endivia L.
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aphididae (aphids) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Pilze Botrytis cinerea Erysiphe cichoracearum Sclerotinia spp.
3.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Beet western yellow virus (Western) Beet yellowing virus) Lettuce mosaic virus (Salmosaikvirus) Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus)
Cichorium intybus L. (Blattzichorie, Root Zichorie)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aphididae (aphids) Napomyza cichorii (chicory miner fly) Apion assimile
2.
Bacteria Erwinia carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Erwinia chrysanthemi Pseudomonas marginalis (bacterial leaf trance disease)
3.
fungi Phoma exigua var. exigua (black root rot) Phytophthora erythroseptica Pythium spp. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia-Fcolumn)
Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum et Nakai (watermelon)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Tetranychus spp. (root gallnematode) Polyphagus sonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Pilze Colletotrichum lagenarium
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Watermelon mosaic virus (watermelon mosaic virus)
Cucumis melo L. (melon or sugar melon)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth shields) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Tetranychus spp. (root gallnematode) Polyphagus sonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (Eckige foliage disease)
3.
mushrooms Colletotrichum lagenarium Fusarium spp. Pythium spp. Sphaerotheca Fuliginea (Echter Mehltau) Verticillium spp. (germ disease, column base rot) Sphaerotheca fuliginea (Echter Mehltau) Verticillium (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (Gurkengscheckungsmosaikvirus) Cucumber mosaic virus (Gurkenmosaikvirus) Squash mosaic virus (Kürbismosaikvirus)
Cucumis sativus L. (cucumber, salad cucumber, inlay cucumber)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (white flies, moth shields) Aphididae (aphids) Delia platura (bean fly) Meloidogyne spp. Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Tetranychus spp. (root gallnematode) Polyphagus sonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (Eckige foliage disease)
3.
fungus Fusarium spp. Phytophthora spp. Pseudoperonospora cubensis (Falscher Mehltau) Pythium spp. Rhizoctonia spp. (seedling disease, column base rot). Sphaerotheca Fuliginea (Echter Mehltau) Verticillium spp. (Germ Disease) (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Cucurbita maxima Duchesne (Riesenkürbis)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Tetranychus spp. (root gallnematode) Polyphagus sonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Cucurbita pepo L. (Garden pumpkin or zucchini)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. Polyphagotarsonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Tetranychus spp. (root gallnematode) Polyphagus sonemus latus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (Eckige foliage disease)
3.
fungus Fusarium spp. Sphaerotheca fuliginea (Echter Mehltau) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) Squash mosaic virus (pumpkin mosaic virus) Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (Zucchinigelbmosaikvirus) Tospoviren
Cynara cardunculus L. (Artichoke and Cardy or Cardan artichokes)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all Developmental Stages Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Aphididae (Leaflets) Thysanoptera (Thripse)
2.
Pilze Bremia lactucae (Falscher Mehltau) Leveillula taurica f. Sp. cynara (Echter Mehltau) Pythium spp. Rhizoctonia solani Sclerotium rolfsii Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Verticillium dahliae
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Foeniculum vulgare Mill. (Fennel)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Aphididae (aphids) Thysanoptera (Thripse)
2.
Bacteria Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Pseudomonas marginalis pv. marginalis
3.
fungus Cercospora foeniculi Phytophthora syringae (Phytophthora-Fcolumn) Sclerotinia spp. (Sclerotinia-Fcolumn)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms Celery mosaic virus (Selleriemosaikvirus
Lactuca sativa L. (Salat)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
Pilze Botrytis cinerea (Grey Shimmel) Bremia lactucae (Falscher Mehltau) Pythium spp.
3.
Viruses and Virus-like organisms in particular Lettuce big vein (Breitadriency) Lettuce mosaic virus (Salatring necrosis) Lettuce ring necrosis (Salatringnecrosis
Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (tomato)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aphididae (aphids) Aleyrodidae (White Flies, Moth Shields) Main tidia maroccana Meloidogyne spp. Tetranychus spp. (root gall-nematode) Tetranychus spp. (spider mites) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian blossom thrips) Aculops lycopersici (tomato mite)
2.
Bacteria Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato (bacterial leaf and fruit stain)
3.
fungi Alternaria solani (Dürrfleckenkrankheit) Cladosporium fulvum (Samtfleckenkrankheit) Colletotrichum coccodes Didymella lycopersici (tomato stalk rot) Fusarium oxysporum Leveillula taurica (Echter Mehltau) Phytophthora nicotianae var. nicotianae (Phytophthora stem base column) Pyrenochaeta lycopersici (cork root disease) Pythium spp. Rhizoctonia solani (Rhizoctonia-stalk base column) Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia-Welke) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) potato virus X (potato virus X) potato virus Y (potato virus Y) Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus) Tomato mosaic virus (tomato mosaic virus) Tomato yellow leaf curl virus
Rheum rhabarbarum L. (Rhabarber)
1.
Bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf) Erwinia carotovora var. rhapontici (root neck rot)
2.
fungus Armillariella mellea Verticillium spp.
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Arabis mosaic virus (Arabismosaic virus) Turnip mosaic virus (Water beet mosaic virus)
Solanum melongena L. (Aubergine or egg fruit)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aleyrodidae (white flies, moth shields) Aphididae (aphids) Polyphagus tarsonemus (Yellow Teemilbe, Breitmilbe) Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Potato Beetle) Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode) Tetranychidae (spider mite) Thysanoptera (Thripse), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (Californian flower thrips)
2.
fungus Fusarium spp. Leveillula taurica f. Sp. cynara (Echter Mehltau) Rhizoctonia solani Pythium spp. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia-Welke) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) Eggplant mosaic virus (Auberginenmosaikvirus) Potato virus Y (potato virus Y) Tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus)
2. Fruit plants and their hybrids
Citrus aurantiifolia (Christm. et Panz.) Swingle (Limette) Citrus limon (L.) Burm. F. (lemon) Citrus paradisi Macf. (Pampelmuse) Citrus reticulata Blanco (Mandarine) Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck (Orange)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all developmental stages Aleurothrixus floccosus Mashell Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode)
Parabemisia myricae Kuwana Tylenchulus semipenetrans (citrus nematode)
2.
fungi
Phytophthora spp.
3.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Citrus leaf rugose
diseases, the psorosis-similar symptoms of young leaves, such as psorosis, ring spot, cristacortis, impietratura, concave gum
Infectious variegation viroids such as exocortis, cachexia-xyloporosis
Corylus avellana L. (hazelnut)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Epidiaspis leperii (red oyster shields)
Eriophis avellanae (new: Phytocoptella avellanae)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry and almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root)
Xanthomonas campestris pv. corylina
3.
mushrooms
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead glossy)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phyllactinia guttata (Echter Mehltau der Haselnuß)
Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms, in particular
Apple mosaic virus
Hazel maculatura linear MLO
Cydonia Mill. (quince) Pyrus communis L. (pear)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Anarsia lineatella (peach moth) Eriosoma lanigerum (blood laus) shield lesion, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (red oyster shield)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus
2.
bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire)
3.
mushrooms
Armillaria mellea (hallimash) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead glossy)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phytophthora spp. (Kragenfpillar) Rosellinia necatrix (Root Schimmel) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Fragaria x ananassa Duch. Guedes (strawberry)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all developmental stages of Aphelenchoides spp. (leaf nematode) Ditylenchus dipsaci (Stengelnematode)
Tarsonemidae (soft skin mites)
2.
Pilze
Phytophthora cactorum (strawberry leather rot)
Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
3.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Strawberry green petal MLO
Juglans regia L. (Walnuß)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development of the shield, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (red oyster shield)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens Xanthomonas campestris pv. juglandi
3.
mushrooms Armillaria mellea (hallimash) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead glossy)
Phytophthora spp.
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Cherry leaf roll virus
Malus Mill. (Apple)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Anarsia lineatella (Peach moth) Eriosoma lanigerum (blood laus) shield lesion, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (red oyster shield)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond shields)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San-Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire)
3.
mushrooms
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead glossy)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phytophthora cactorum (collar rot)
Rosellinia necatrix (root) Venturia spp. (Schorf) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Olea europea (olive tree)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Eusophera pinguis Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode)
Saissetia oleae
2.
Bacteria
Pseudomonas syringae pv. savastonoi (tubercle disease)
3.
fungus
Verticillium dahliae (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
Viruses and virus-like organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms
Pistacia vera (Pistazie)
1.
Pilze
Verticillium spp.
2.
Viruses and similar organisms All viruses and virus-like organisms organisms
Prunus domestica L. (Pflaume) Prunus salicina (Lindl.) (Japanese Plums)
1.
Insect, mite and nematodes in all stages of development Aculops fockeui (plum rust mite) Capnodis tenebrionis (peach pond beetle)
Eriophyes similis (Plum Leaf Bag)
Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode)
Schildläuse, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (Red Austernschildlaus)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire)
3.
fungi
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead gloss)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root chime) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ringspot virus
Prunus armeniaca L. (apricot) Prunus amygdalus Batsch (almond) Prunus persica (L.) batsch (peach)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all development stages Anarsia lineatella (peach moth) Capnodis tenebrionis (Peach Prachtmotte)
Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode)
Schildläuse, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (Red Austernschildlaus)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire)
3.
fungi
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead gloss)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root chime) Taphrina deformans (crimping disease) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ringspot virus
Prunus avium (L.) L. (sweet cherry) Prunus cerasus L. (Sauerkirsche)
1.
insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Capnodis tenebrionis (peach prachtbeetle)
Meloidogyne spp. (root gall-nematode)
Schildläuse, in particular:
Epidiaspis leperii (Red Austernschildlaus)
Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry or almond leaf)
Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San Jose-Schildlaus)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire)
3.
fungi
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Chondrostereum purpureum (lead gloss)
Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root chime) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ringspot virus
Ribes (Johannisbeere, Stachelbeere)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all developmental stages of Aphelenchoides spp. (leaf nematode)
Cecidophyopsis ribis (Johannisbeergal Mite)
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
3.
Pilze
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Nectria cinnabarina (Rotpustelkrankheit)
Rosellinia necatrix (root skimmel) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Black currant reversion (Atavismus) Black currant infectious variegation agent
Rubus L. (raspberry, blackberry)
1.
Insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development Aceria essigi
2.
Bacteria
Agrobacterium rhizogenes (Hair root disease)
Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root kropf)
Rhodococcus fascians
3.
fungi
Armillaria mellea (Hallimasch) Didymella applanata (Raspberry)
Peronospora rubi (Falscher Mehltau der Himbeere)
Phytophthora fragariae var. rubi (root rot of the raspberry)
Verticillium spp. (Verticillium-Welke)
4.
viruses and virus-like organisms in particular
Raspberry bushy dwarf virus (raspberry)
Raspberry leaf curl virus
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Appendix 3 (to § 5 para. 2 no. 3)
Special requirements for stock of crop material

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 1998, 1350-1351;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Plant types Special Requests
1 2
1.ornamental plants
1.1Citrus L. (Zitrus for Ornamentals)
a)
The add-on material must come from propagation stocks that have been inspected visually, showing no signs of infestation with viruses and virus-like organisms.
b)
The cultivation material to be placed on the market must be inspected visually and, since the beginning of the last growing season, must be free from signs of viruses and virus-like organisms.
c)
In the case of refined crop material may only be grafted onto documents that are not susceptible to viroids.
1.2Blumum-wiebel speciesGrowing of stocks that for the production of bulbs or bulbs, must be free of signs of infestation with harmful organisms.
1.3(omitted)
1.4(omitted)
2.Fruit plants
2.1 Citrus aurantiifolia (Christm. et Panz) Swingle (lime)
a)
The add-on material must come from propagation stocks that have been inspected visually, showing no evidence of an infestation with the plant species in Appendix 2, No 3 for this plant species.
b)
The individual plants of a propagation stock must be equipped with indicator plants, sera or other equivalent methods for the detection of the harmful organisms referred to under (a).
c)
cultivation material to be placed on the market must be inspected visually and, since the beginning of the last growing season, free from signs of Annex 2 (3) for the
d)
In the case of refined crop material of the genus citrus for fruit production, Edelreiser may only be grafted to documents which are not suitable for viroids vulnerable.
2.2Citrus limon (L.) Burm. F. (lemon)like 2.1
2.3Citrus paradisi Macf. (Pampelmuse)such as 2.1
2.4Citrus reticulata Blanco (mandarine)such as 2.1
2.5Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck (Orange)such as 2.1
3.Vegetable plants
3.1Allium ascalonicum auct. non. L (shallot)Multi-species for the production of onions and bulbs must be inspected visually and free of evidence of an infestation with the harmful organisms listed in Appendix 2 (2) for this plant species. .
3.2Allium sativum L. (garlic)like 3.1
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Appendix 4 (to § 6 para. 3)
Investigation of viruses, virus-like harmful organisms and viral diseases in the context of the recognition of cultivation material of core and stone fruit

(found site of the original text: BGBl. I 2003, 270-271;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
virus diseases (harmful organisms or disease)
Plant art virusfrei (vf) virustested (vt)
1 2 3
Apfel (Malus Mill.)Apple chlorotic leafspot
Apple mosaic (mosaic)
Apple stem grooving
Apple stem pitting, spy epinasty and decline, platycarpa scaly bark (stem scarring, Spy Epinastie and decay, bark flake of the apple)
Apple stem groovy (stem) M. platycarpa)
Apple rubbery wood (rubberwood disease) Apple flat limb (flatness) Apple rough skin (roughness) Apple star crack (starteousness) Apple proliferation phytoplasm (apple drip)
Apple mosaic (mosaic)
Apple rubbery wood (rubberwood) Apple flat limb (flatness) Apple rough skin (roughness) Apple star crack (astrology) Apple proliferation phytoplasm (Apfeltriebsucht)
Birne (Pyrus L.) and quince (Cydonia Mill.)Apple chlorotic leafspot (Pear ring pattern mosaic)
Bark split, rough bark, Bark necrosis (bark ruptures of the pear, smokeyness, bark necrosis)
Rubbery wood (Gumwood Disease) Pear vein yellows/red mottle, stem pitting (Ader yellowing) Pear stony pit (stone fruits) Quince sooty ringspot (soot spotting of quince) Pear decline phytoplasm (pear diariness)
Apple chlorotic leafspot (Pear ring pattern mosaic) (Ringfleckenmosaik) Pear vein yellows/red mottle, stem pitting (Ader yellowing)
Pear stony pit (stone fruit)
Pear decline phytoplasm (pear fall)
Prunus species (without sweet and sour cherries) as well as Prunus species serving these species and their interspecific hybridsApple chlorotic leafspot (Apfels chlorotic fleckspot)
Plum bark split (Rindenrislessness) European plum line pattern (Bandmosaik)
Apple mosaic (mosaic)
Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ringspot European stone fruit yellows
Myrobalan latent ringspot nepovirus 2)
Cherry green ring mottle virus 3)
Strawberry latent ringspot nepovirus 3)
Tomato black ring nepovirus 4) Plum pox (sarcophagus)
Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf spotting of the apple)
European plum line pattern (tape mosaic)
Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ringspot Plum pox
Prunus avium/Prunus cerasus (Prunus avium/Prunus cerasus) as well as Prunus species serving these species and their interspecific hybrids.Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf spotting of the apple) Apple mosaic (mosaic)
Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ringspot Cherry leafroll (leaf trolling disease) Little cherry (small fruit) Raspberry ringspot (Pfeffinger's disease on sweet cherry)
Rusty mottle (rust spotting)
Cherry green ring mottle (green ring cheque) Arabis mosaic nepovirus Petunia asteroid mosaic and carnation Italian ringspot tombusviruses, causing cherry detrimental canker
Tomato black ring nepovirus Necrotic rusty mottle
Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ringspot Little cherry
Raspberry ringspot (Pfeffinger's disease on sweet cherry)
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1)
Not in use.
2)
Gilt only for P. domestica, P. insititia, P. salicina, P. besseyi, P. cerasifera, P. davidiana, and interspecific hybrids.
3)
Applies only to P. persica.
4)
Gilt only for P. amygdalus.