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 fittings of vegetable, fruit and ornamental plant species (mounting material regulation - AGOZV) AGOZV Ausfertigung date: 16.06.1998 full quotation: "cultivation material regulation of 16 June 1998 (BGBl. I S. 1322), most recently by article 5 of the Decree of October 10, 2012 (BGBl. I S. 2113) has been changed" stand: last modified by article 5 V v 10 10 2012 I find 2113 for more information on the stand number in the menu under instructions this regulation serves the implementation of the following acts : 1. Directive 91/682/EEC of 19 December 1991 concerning the placing on the market of propagating material and ornamental plants (OJ EC No. L 376, p. 21);
2. Directive 92/33/EEC of 28 April 1992 concerning the placing on the market of vegetable propagating and planting material other than seed (OJ EC No. L 157, p. 1);
3. Directive 92/34/EEC of 28 April 1992 on the marketing of propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production (OJ EC No. L 157, p. 10);
4. Directive 93/48/EEC of 23 June 1993 establishing the table with the requirements for propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production, pursuant to Directive 92/34/EEC of the Council (OJ EC No. L 250, p. 1);
5. Directive 93/49/EEC of 23 June 1993 establishing the table with the requirements for propagating material and ornamental plants pursuant to Directive 91/682/EEC of the Council (OJ EC No. L 250, p. 9);
6. Directive 93/61/EEC of 2 July 1993 establishing the table with the requirements on vegetable propagating and planting material other than seed pursuant to Directive 92/33/EEC of the Council (OJ EC No. L 250 p. 19);
7. Directive 93/62/EEC of 5 July 1993 laying down detailed rules for the monitoring and review of suppliers and establishments pursuant to Directive 92/33/EEC of the Council on the placing on the market of vegetable propagating and planting material other than seed (OJ EC No. L 250, p. 29);
8. Directive 93/63/EEC of the Commission of 5 July 1993 laying down detailed rules for the monitoring and review of suppliers and establishments pursuant to Directive 91/682/EEC of the Council on the placing on the market of propagating material and ornamental plants (OJ EC No. L 250, p. 31);
9. Directive 93/64/EEC of 5 July 1993 laying down detailed rules for the monitoring and monitoring of suppliers and establishments pursuant to Directive 92/34/EEC of the Council on the placing on the market of propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production (OJ EC No. L 250, p. 33);
10. Directive 93/78/EEC of 21 September 1993 with additional implementing provisions for the variety lists providers under Directive 91/682/EEC of the Council of propagating material and ornamental plants (OJ EC No. L 256 p. 19);
11. Directive 93/79/EEC of 21 September 1993 with additional implementing provisions for the variety lists providers pursuant to Directive 92/34/EEC of the Council of propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production (OJ EC No. L 256 S. 25);
The obligations arising from the Directive 83/189/EEC of 28 March 1983 laying down a procedure in the field of technical standards and regulations (OJ EC No. L 169 p. 8), as last amended by Directive 94/10/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 23 March 1994 (OJ EC No. L 200 p. 30), have been observed.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 23 7.1998 +++) (+++ official notes of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EWGRL 682/91 (CELEX Nr: 31991 L 0682) EWGRL 33/92 (CELEX Nr: 31992 L 0033) EWGRL 34/92 (CELEX Nr: 31992 L 0034) EWGRL 48/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0048) EWGRL 49/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0049) EWGRL 61/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0061) EWGRL 62/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0062) EWGRL 63/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0063) EWGRL 64/93 (CELEX Nr)) : 31993 L 0064) EWGRL 78/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0078) EWGRL 79/93 (CELEX Nr: 31993 L 0079) attention the EWGRL 189/83 (CELEX Nr: 383 L 0189) +++) heading: letter abbreviation of idF d. Article 1 No. 1 V v. 25.2.2003 I 264 mWv 28.2.2003 which became article 1 V 7822-6/1 by 16.6.1998 V I 1322 by the Federal Ministry of food, agriculture and forestry, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of finance and with the consent of the Federal Council decided. She entered into force article 3 of this V on the 23.7.1998 according.

Table of contents section 1 General provisions § 1 scope article 2 definitions section 2 placing subsection 1 General provisions article 3 registration § 4 duties of operations article 5 requirements of standard material under section 2 approved mounting hardware of Pomaceous and stone fruit, § 6 approved mounting material under section 3 identification, control and comparison tests § 7 labelling section 8 control section 8a of the comparative tests and trials section 8 b releases section 3 import and export section 9 imports article 10 export section 4 final provisions § 11 exceptions article 12 offences section 1 General provisions § 1 scope the provisions of this regulation governing the requirements Cultivation material of 1 vegetable species with the exception of seeds of vegetables, 2 fruits for fruit production, as well as 3 ornamental plant species with the exception of cultivation material that is intended for agricultural or forestry use, the species listed in Appendix 1 as regards the placing on the market and the import.

§ Are 2 definitions for the purposes of this Regulation: 1 fittings, also propagating material under section 2 para 1 No. 1a of the seed Transport Act, is standard or recognised material: a) the ornamental species listed in Appendix 1, which is intended for the production of plants for commercial purposes;
b) of fruit species listed in Appendix 1 to the production of fruit and vegetables, which is intended either for the production of plants for commercial purposes or otherwise to grow;
c) other species, if it is intended for refining with the plant species listed in annex 1;
2. standard material: mounting hardware that meets the minimum requirements; includes also Conformitas Agraria Communitatis material (CAC material) fruit for fruit production;
3. recognized material of fruit for a fruit production) precursor material: mounting hardware, that of a base material previous multiplication step have been obtained and officially is approved;
(b) base material: fittings, the precursor material have been obtained and officially recognized;
c) certified material: mounting hardware, which immediately made base material, precursor material or certified material for the production of fittings have been obtained and officially recognized;
4. categories: standard material, precursor material, basic material or certified material;
5. virus free material: mounting hardware, which is officially free from the Appendix 4 column is has been found to be in 2 listed viruses, virus-like pests and virus diseases and virus-free due to his parentage officially virus-free customer cultivation material;
6 Virusgetestetes material: mounting hardware, which is officially free from the Appendix 4 column is has been found to be in 3 listed viruses, virus-like pests and virus diseases or virus tested due to his parentage officially virus-tested material of cultivation;
7 third country: State which is not member of the European Union.
Section 2 subsection placing 2 General provisions § 3 registration (1) who cultivation material recorded for commercial purposes 1 the placing on the market or introduce 2 from a third country wants, must by the competent authority in an official directory by issuing a registration number his (registration). The recording is done on request. The application must contain at least the following information: 1 name and address of the applicant, 2. name of the person, which about generating plants in operation or, in the case of sentence 1 No. 2, which can give you the necessary information about the plant production in the country and the measures of plant protection and 3. botanical name of growing material, intended to be placed on the market.
The competent authority may require later other information insofar as this is necessary for the implementation of this regulation.
(2) the applicant shall immediately inform changes in the data underlying the request of the competent authority.
(3) the applicant can refer to information that already have resulted in the registration according to § 13 of the plant inspection regulation, unless the request is made pursuant to paragraph 1 to the competent registration authority and would contain the same information.
(4) the competent authority can connect later registration requirements, to ensure that the mounting hardware requirements are complied under this regulation.
(5) from the obligation to register pursuant to paragraph 1 is excluded, who brings 1 produced in our own factory and specific non-commercial consumer cultivation material of fruit and vegetables, 2. ornamental plants intended for non-professional final consumer, on the market.

§ 4 duties of enterprises
(1) a person who is registered pursuant to § 3 para 1, has to take the necessary measures in its operation, to ensure that the mounting hardware meets the requirements pursuant to § 5 para 2 and 4. He has to make sure that games can be determined separately during the plant production, and has carried out internal controls in particular regularly at appropriate times and by appropriate measures. The checks cover 1 on the quality of the mounting material at the beginning and during the plant production, 2. on the occurrence of in annex I and II of to Directive 2000/29/EC of 8 May 2000 on measures to protect of the community against the introduction and spread of organisms harmful to plants or plant products (OJ EC No. L 169, p. 1) harmful organisms listed in the currently valid version, 3. in the case of ornamental plants on the occurrence of harmful organisms which reduce the practical value of the mounting material, and 4 in the case of fruit and vegetables on the occurrence in Appendix 2 column 2 listed pests.
The packaging of the cultivation material or the bearing mounting hardware are to be included in the internal controls, insofar as this is necessary to prevent the occurrence of harmful organisms or other adverse effects on the quality of the growing material. Is suspected of infested with a pest, samples for testing in appropriate laboratories can be found, insofar as this is necessary to clarify the suspicion within the framework of internal controls. The sentences 2 to 4 do not apply to those who not even produced cultivation material of ornamental plants and brings in the traffic or introduces.
(2) a person who pursuant to § 3 para 1 is registered, for standard material 1 a description of the variety including the variety denomination and the well-known synonyms have, unless the respective variety is sufficiently described in the literature, 2. information on species conservation and the reproductive system and 3 information to distinguish the variety of the next similar variety on request of the competent authority can provide.
Sentence 1 does not apply to anyone who brings standard material of ornamental plant species without a reference to the variety or standard material of vegetable species in traffic. Set does not apply to businesses, working is limited to the placing of cultivation material of ornamental plants and fruit trees for fruit production 1 No. 2 and 3. The Federal Office of plant varieties makes known the characteristics that describe point (b) of the seed Transport Act are according to § 3a paragraph 1 No. 2, as well as the literature that contains sufficiently detailed species descriptions, in the journal for the industry of type of. The notice can be confined to a note on publications in the official journal of the European Community.
(3) a person who is registered according to article 3, paragraph 1, has the competent authority without delay 1 (exceptional) excessive or not expected to occur or the suspicion of an exceptional occurrence in plant 2 column 2 of listed pest, or 2. the occurrence or suspicion of occurrence of a harmful organism listed in annex I and II to Directive 2000/29/EC to display. The competent authority may order measures to combat harmful organisms, in particular an appropriate treatment or destruction of the infested items.
(4) a person who pursuant to § 3 para 1 No. 1 is registered, has records to lead over 1 and quantity or weight of the mounting material produced in the operation, 2. and quantities or weight and date of receipt, supplier and producers of acquired cultivation material, 3. type and quantity or weight and date of placing of the mounting material, 4. the composition of a consignment which is intended for immediate delivery , insofar as she directly is compiled from mounting hardware with origin from various companies, 5. the reference number of the seed lot in directly from seed adult material of cultivation from vegetables, that is, placed on the market unless the reference number on the goods accompanying document is specified pursuant to § 7 para 1 No. 6, 6 the occurrence of harmful organisms, 7 carried out control measures, 9 8 other chemical measures the results of checks to paragraph 1.
The records can be made also by other reliably verifiable systematic records in the context of business accounts.
(5) the records set 1 are at least three years, at the end of the year, in which the records have been created pursuant to paragraph 4 at least one year in the case of cultivation material of fruit trees for fruit production, by the person registered pursuant to § 3 para 1 is to be kept.
(6) the obligations pursuant to paragraph 1 sentence 1 and paragraph 4 No. 6 to 9 also apply to non-registered businesses which produce cultivation material of ornamental plant species, which is designed for non-professional final consumer, and bring in the traffic. Paragraph 4 sentence 2 shall apply accordingly.

§ 5 requirements for standard material (1) standard material must come 1 from stocks that meet at least the requirements referred to in paragraph 2, and 2. satisfy the requirements of paragraph 4.
(2) stocks, which serve the production of standard material, must meet at least the following requirements: 1 the nursery no clearly visible signs of infestation do with a) harmful organisms which reduce the practical value of the mounting material, and b) in Appendix 2 column 2 listed pests in the case each in Appendix 2 column 1 of listed fruits and vegetables.
2. stocks for the production of standard material must be no other visible defects, which reduce the use value of the cultivation material therefrom.
3. in annex 3 column 1 mentioned species must meet the requirements set out in column 2.
4. When harvesting or removal from stocks is standard material, which is used for commercial purposes, propagating cultivation materials separately to keep generating plants.
(3) in the case of infestation with harmful organisms referred to in paragraph 2 No. 1 or if the requirements are not met under paragraph 2 No. 2 and 4, is the growth in an appropriate way to treat or remove.
(4) standard material must meet at least the following requirements at the time of placing: 1. it must have no visible signs of infestation with a) harmful organisms which reduce the practical value of the mounting material, and b) in Appendix 2 column 2 listed pests in the case each in Appendix 2 column 1 of listed fruits and vegetables.
2. in the case of refined cultivation material of citrus species for decorative purposes and for fruit production, the used documentation for viroids may be vulnerable.
3. type and variety, or the Group of plants must exhibit a sufficient and purity.
4. the standard material of a) fruit plants must be aa) according to § 3 a paragraph 1 paragraph 2 letter a seed transport belong to a variety or group of plants or bb) have a name and description that has been submitted to the Federal Office of plant varieties, b) vegetables a paragraph 1 No. 3 of the seed Transport Act pursuant to section 3 must belong to a variety, c) ornamental plants, that is associated with a reference to a variety or group of plants in traffic , a species or group of plants according to § 3a paragraph 1 number 2 of the seed Transport Act delegated to.
5. the standard material must have no defects that minimize its use value as mounting hardware.
(5) the Federal Office of plant varieties makes the species or groups of plants pursuant to paragraph 4 number 4 letter a, whose names and descriptions are been presented to him, known.
Subsection 2 approved mounting hardware of Pomaceous and stone fruit section 6 approved mounting hardware (1) approved mounting material for the production of Pomaceous and stone fruit must satisfy the requirements of standard material according to § 5 ABS. 1, 2 and 4 and under that provision.
(2) at the request of the competent authority mounting hardware as prepress, basic material or certified material can recognize if 1 is it a type of licensed or protected under the plant variety protection act, 2 the authority the stocks at least once annually visually on the infestation with in Appendix 2 column has investigated 2 listed pests, and 3. the stocks of such other core and Steinobstbestände have a sufficient distance , which is necessary for the prevention of infection with viruses, viral diseases, or virus-like pests of pollen, vectors, or root growths.
The distance is at least fifteen meters pursuant to sentence 1 No. 3 in basic material and certified material for the further production of fittings. The environment of these stocks must be free within a radius of two hundred and fifty meters of cherry ring spot virus, Scharkakrankheit, PEAR decline, Apple drive addiction and fire blight. The competent authority to determine the freedom of infestation with the above harmful organisms, she can check the attachment material to attack freedom stock for the purpose of recognition through additional studies.
(3) the mounting material must meet at least the following requirements in the case of paragraph 2: 1 precursor material used the further production of mounting hardware, a must) emerge from raw material or directly produces are in an investigation officially considered to be virus-tested after the in Appendix 4 column 3 or virus-free after the Appendix 4 column is has been found to be in 2 listed pests, b)
so maintained that an infestation with column prevents 2 harmful organisms listed in annex 4.
The stocks to be evaluated for infection with viruses, viral diseases, or virus-like pests at least every twentieth year. In the case of Prunusarten, the stocks must be also flower free held and examined once a year on pollen - and aphid-transmitted viruses. Raw material of precursor material is to investigate appropriate methods for the official finding of virus testing. The investigation may also be taken in raw material are free from viruses.
2. base material must be a) directly, in the case of documents by an additional propagation step, from recognized precursor material produced by and b) according to a study officially visually as free by the in Appendix 4 column 2 listed pests found be.
Stocks of base material for producing other cultivation material of Prunusarten must be examined at least once a year on aphid transmissible and pollen-transmitted viruses, flower-free stocks the study on pollen-transmitted viruses is required only every third year. Stocks of core fruits must be investigated on Apple drive addiction and PEAR decline at least every sixth year, apply if the stock area not in an area that has been determined as free of these pathogens.
3. certified material a) certified material used for the production of fittings (mother plants), must be; created immediately recognized precursors or base material
b) certified materials otherwise destined to grow, must be created directly from recognized precursors or basic material or certified material used for the production of fittings.
Certified material must after an investigation officially visually free of Appendix 4 column be been found to be in 2 listed virus diseases. Stocks of certified material for producing other cultivation material of Prunusarten should be examined once a year on blattlaus - and pollen-transmitted viruses, flower-free stocks does not require an investigation on pollen transmitting viruses.
(4) to preserve the genetic diversity No. 1 of seed transport law can recognize authority in cultivation material of fruit plants for generating of Pomaceous and stone fruit by way of derogation by § 14 b of paragraph 1 if 1 the variety brought before January 1, 1985 in traffic and the varieties before July 24, 1998, 2. neither a type approval is still an application for variety registration and the variety under the plant variety protection act is not protected , 3 the variety or the synonyms name in a list of the Federal plant variety Office is listed.
Included in the list pursuant to sentence 1 No. 3 occurs application. The application must be made within two years after July 24, 1998, at the Federal Office of plant varieties and before 24 July 1998 contain the denomination, as well as a Declaration on the placing on the market of the variety prior to January 1, 1985 and their cultivation. At the request of the Federal plant variety Office is to present the variety description and provide a pattern of growing material. The Federal plant variety Office checks the information and announces the list of varieties or restates designations in the journal for the industry of type of. The competent authority may recognise mounting hardware 1 pursuant to sentence, if the plant variety protection ceased to exist after the expiry of the period referred to in section 13 of the plant variety protection act and a type approval nor an application for variety registration. Sentences 2 and 5 shall apply mutatis mutandis.
(5) as a virus-tested or a virus-free mounting hardware, which vegetatively in a certain number of propagation steps accordingly officially customer material is obtained, has been held under conditions that prevent a re-infestation by the respective viruses and free of signs of infestation with pests is the mounting hardware is considered.
(6) mounting hardware that is used as a base and is part of any variety, can by way of derogation from paragraph 2 set 1 No. 1 be recognized, if it is species - and real types.
(7) mounting material, used as an underlay is and has been extracted from seeds, can by way of derogation from paragraph 3 No. 1 letter a, no. 2 letter a recognised at letter a and no. 3, if it emerged from approved seeds and on the basis of an investigation officially visibly free from the in Appendix 4 column was found to be 2 listed pests. This cultivation material is certified material and can be used for prepress, basic or certified material surface. In case of use as a base for precursor material of Prunus species the document before processing in an investigation must be been found officially free of aphid-transmitted viruses.
(8) seeds can by way of derogation from paragraph 3 No. 1 letter a, no. 2 letter a and no. 3 letter a recognised, if 1 of a tree is indeed fulfilling the requirements of paragraphs 2 and 3, or 2. comes from a tree, no signs of infestation with the column shows 2 harmful organisms listed in annex 4 and a) joined a variety referred to in paragraph 2 No. 1 or paragraph 4 or , b) unless he is listened to, species - and real types any strain, and he is been found officially free of seed-borne viruses in the case of Prunus species in an investigation.
This cultivation material is certified material.
(9) in the case of documents the competent authority on request can by way of derogation from paragraph 3 No. 2 letter a the production of basic material and by way of derogation from paragraph 3 No. 3 letter a allow the production of certified material in additional reproduction steps. It can combine allowing in conditional in particular on the number of propagation steps, insofar as this is necessary for the compliance with the phytosanitary requirements. Moreover, can the competent authority on request for a period to be determined and for a certain amount of no. 1(a) further exemptions from paragraph 3, no. 2 allow 2(a) with respect to the number of propagation steps 2(a) and 3, unless appropriate mounting hardware of a category not in sufficient quantity to the available is to create the following category from it immediately.
Subsection 3 labelling and control article 7 labelling (1) mounting hardware for business purposes only in traffic may be placed if it is accompanied by a goods accompanying document or label that contains the following information: 1. name "EC quality";
2. indicate "DE";
3. registration number and specification or an officially made known indicator of the authority responsible for the registration;
4. supplier and goods accompanying document serial number, lot number or number of the week in the the mounting hardware on the market is brought
5. date of issue;
6 reference number of the seed lot in the case of fittings of vegetables, which is drawn directly from seed;
7. type (botanical name or vegetables the ethnic designation);
8 denomination, called the Group of plants, or in the case of documents belonging to any variety whose name;
9. in the case of fruit plants the category name and, so far in an investigation the cultivation material is virus tested or found virus-free, providing (vt) for virus-tested or (vf) for virus-free;
10 quantity or weight of the mounting material;
11. as far as the cultivation material originating in a third country has, the name of the country of origin or the exporting country.
The denomination is not required for ornamental plant species, which are to be released without a reference to the variety on the market. Distribution of growing material to non-professional final consumer labelling 1 to ornamental plants and vegetables on the information is 1 No. 7 and 2 whether you start on the details 1 No. 2, 3, 7, 8 and 9 pursuant to sentence pursuant to sentence allowed.
(2) an individual who brings the mounting hardware on the market, exhibiting the goods accompanying document or label. The goods accompanying document or label may be used only to accompany cultivation materials a broadcast. A reuse for other items is not permitted.
(3) instead of goods accompanying paper or label referred to in paragraph 1, also the plant passport can be used according to sec. 13 c of plants inspection regulation as long as the details are highlighted No. 1, 8 and 9 from the remaining information pursuant to paragraph 1.

§ 8 control (1) the competent authority who are registered according to § 3, check at least once a year.
(2) the competent authority for registered companies finds that the obligations are not met according to § 4, you can rearrange the rest of the registration to the identified deficiencies.
(3) the competent authority can perform checks in the form of samples during the placing and receiving facilities.
(4) the competent authority determines that mounting hardware not meets the requirements of this regulation, so she arranges the measures necessary, under the circumstances, in particular 1 of appropriate treatment or 2 its destruction.

section 8a of the comparative tests and trials (1) § 8 the competent authority may, to carry out comparative tests in farms and undertake studies on cultivation material during the placing and samples to check compliance with the requirements of this regulation. She can forward the sample to another competent authority in the country, performing comparative tests according to sentence 1, also.
(2) paragraph 1 shall apply accordingly for Community comparative trials, as far as these on the basis of a decision of the Commission of the European Communities 1 article 14 para 2 of Directive 98/56/EC of the Council of 20 July 1998 concerning the placing on the market of propagating material of ornamental plants (OJ EC No. L 226, p. 16), 2nd article 20 para 2 of Directive 92/33/EEC of 28 April 1992 on the marketing of vegetable propagating and planting material with than seed (OJ EC No. L 157, p. 1) and 3 article 20 para 2 of Directive 92/34/EEC of 28 April 1992 on the marketing of propagating material and fruit plants intended for fruit production (OJ EC No. L 157 p. 10) performed in the currently valid version. The competent authority can forward samples to any other competent authority in the country or in another Member State, performing comparative tests according to sentence 1, also.
(3) pursuant to paragraph 1 or 2, the competent authority in the investigations finds that mounting hardware does not meet the conditions of this regulation, shall apply to § 8 para 4 according to.
(4) in the implementation of inspections and tests according to paragraphs 1 and 2 the Julius engaged Kühn Institut, Federal Research Institute for cultivated plants, no. 10 of the plant protection act according to § 33 para 2 in coordination with the competent authority.

section 8 b releases Julius Kühn Institut, Federal Research Institute for cultivated plants, is the power to transport with the Commission of the European Community or transferred to the competent authorities of other Member States in the following cases: 1. has been notifications relating to claims for shipments of mounting hardware, when the broadcast of a goods accompanying paper, label or plant Passport accompanied, these have proved faulty or measures are ordered according to § 8 para 4 , 2. notifications relating to audits, findings and measures according to § 8, 3. announcements concerning the implementation, the status and the results of comparative tests according to section 8a, paragraph 1 and 2, as well as on measures that have been arranged according to section 8a, paragraph 3.
Section 3 from import and export section 9 import (1) mounting hardware must be adopted for commercial purposes only a third country, the importer before the importation has made sure that the mounting hardware to be imported is equivalent to such cultivation material, the requirements of § 5 para 1 as well as in the case of approved mounting material complies with the requirements of § 6 of this regulation.
(2) mounting hardware may only be imported for commercial purposes from third countries if it is accompanied by a document containing the following information in an official language of the European Community: 1 country of origin, 2. sender's name, 3. recipient's name, 4 serial number, lot number or number of the week in which importation takes place, 5. date of issue, 6 species (botanical designation), 7 denomination, designation of the plant group or in the case of documents , that any variety belong to their label, 8 in the case of fruit plants the category label and in the case of approved mounting material of fruit providing (vt) for virus-tested or (vf) for virus free 9 quantity or weight of the mounting material, 10 confirmation about the equivalence of the cultivation material with such mounting hardware, the requirements of § 5 para 1 and complies with the requirements of § 6 of this regulation in the case of approved mounting hardware.
For cultivation material of ornamental plants the is not required, 1 No. 7 after set provided the cultivation material not with reference to the variety on the market should be brought.
(3) the mounting hardware is accompanied by a plant health certificate that meets the requirements of the international of plant protection Convention, so the details may be registered pursuant to paragraph 1 on this. The required indication can set 1 No. 7 in the box "Distinctions" and the indication referred to in paragraph 2 referred to in paragraph 2 sentence 1 No. 8, as well as providing sentence 1 No. 10 for approved mounting hardware in the box 'Additional declaration' be entered pursuant to paragraph 2.
(4) the importation is permitted only on the after section 36 of the plant protection act for plant inspection subject imports into customs offices known given the Federal Gazette. Mounting hardware is examined at random by the competent authority at the point of entry or at another appropriate place prior to the customs clearance on the fulfilment of the requirements according to § 5 para 4 of this regulation. Approved cultivation material of fruit must in addition at least visibly free from the Appendix 4 column be been found to be in 2 listed virus diseases.
(5) a person who is introducing cultivation material from a third country, 1 the authority responsible for its registration in writing to show imports of fittings, indicating the destination within one week after the import and to submit in addition an official certificate of the country of origin about the equivalence of the introduced cultivation material with approved fittings according to § 6 this regulation in the case of approved mounting material of fruit, 2. proof according to the following sentence 3 has the contract with the supplier in the third country at least one year , keep at least three years, in the case of cultivation material of fruit trees for fruit production.
In the case of the set official certification in the phytosanitary certificate is considered 1 No. 1 official certification for approved mounting hardware. In sentence 1 No. 2 said evidence at least the following information must emerge from the: 1 name and address of the supplier, 2. quantity or weight of the mounting material, 3 species (botanical designation), 4. purpose, from which in particular arises, whether the mounting hardware to the commercial further culture or for sale to the final consumer is intended.

§ 10 export is growing material that is intended for export in a State outside the European Community and meets the requirements of this regulation, by mounting hardware that meets the requirements of this regulation to keep clearly separate and marked as such.
Section 4 (1) which competent authority for companies allow exceptions final provisions article 11 exceptions to section 4 and refrain from controls according to § 8, where 1 is given the mounting hardware in the operating or on weekly markets according to section 67, paragraph 1 of the trade regulations in transport and mounting material for non-commercial consumer is intended 2..
(2) the competent authority may approve exceptions from paragraph 4 and 5 for mounting material on request destined for scientific purposes, breeding and exhibition purposes or to the preservation of genetic diversity.

§ 12 offences (1) any person in the sense of § 60 para 1 No. 3 of the seed Transport Act is, who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to § 4 paragraph 5 or section 9, paragraph 5, sentence 1 No. 2 kept a proof or not for the prescribed duration, 2. contrary to section 7 subsection 1 sentence 1 mounting hardware on the market brings, 3. contrary to article 9, paragraph 1, section 9, paragraph 2, sentence 1 or paragraph 4 sentence 1 mounting hardware introduces or 4. contrary to section 9, paragraph 5, sentence 1 No. 1 an advertisement shall not, not properly or in a timely manner.
(2) any person within the meaning of article 68, paragraph 1 No. 3 letter a of the plant protection act is who intentionally or negligently not, incorrectly, incompletely or not timely filed a charges contrary to section 4, paragraph 3, sentence 1.

§ 13 (dropped out) Appendix 1 (to section 2) plant species *), subject to the regulations this regulation, if they should be brought as mounting material for commercial purposes in the traffic (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1998, 1328-1329; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) botanical name German name 1 2 A. ornamental plant species ornamental plants within the meaning of article 1 paragraph 1 of Directive 98/56/EC of the Council of 20 July 1998 concerning the placing on the market of propagating material of ornamental plants (OJ EC No. L 226 p. 16) B. vegetable species and their hybrids of 1. Allium cepa L.
 
 
-Allium cepa L. var. CEPA onion, Echalion - Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum shallot of 2. Allium fistulosum L. winter hedge onion of 3. Allium porrum L. Leek of 4. Allium sativum L. garlic of 5. Allium schoenoprasum chives 6 Anthriscus cerefolium (l.) L. Hoffm.
Chervil of 7 Apium graveolens L. celery, celeriac 8 Asparagus officinalis L. asparagus 9 Beta vulgaris L. beetroot, chard of 10 Brassica oleracea L. curly kale or Krauskohl, cauliflower or cauliflower, broccoli, Brussels sprouts or sprouts cabbage, Savoy or Savoy cabbage, white cabbage or white cabbage, red cabbage or red cabbage, Kohlrabi Brassica 11 rapa L. Chinese cabbage, turnip or beet may or stubble turnip of 12 Capsicum annuum L. chilli or paprika or chilli peppers of 13th Cichorium endivia L. Krausblättrige Ganzblättrige-leaved Endive of 14 Cichorium intybus L. leaf chicory , Chicory 15 Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.)
Matsum. et Nakai watermelon 16 Cucumis melo L. melon or melon 17 Cucumis sativus L. cucumber, cucumber, Einlegegurke of 18 Cucurbita maxima Duchesne giant pumpkin of 19 Cucurbita pepo L. garden pumpkin or Zucchini of 20 Cynara cardunculus L.-artichoke, Cardy or Cardoon artichoke 21 Daucus carota L. carrot or carrot, fodder carrot of 22 Foeniculum vulgare mill. fennel of 23 lactuca sativa L. lettuce (lettuce, cutting lettuce, chef salad) 24 Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. tomato of 25 Petroselinum crispum (mill.
Nyman ex A. W. Hill parsley 26 Phaseolus coccineus L. ceremonial bean or fire bean 27 Phaseolus vulgaris L. Bean, Bush bean, pole bean of 28 Pisum sativum L. (partim)-pea, mark pea, scarf pea, pea 29.
Raphanus sativus L. radishes, radish of 30 rheum rhabarbarum L. rhubarb of 31 Scorzonera hispanica Black salsify L. 32. Solanum melongena L. eggplant or Eggplant of 33. Spinacia oleracea L. spinach of 34. Valerianella locusta (l.) Laterr.
Lamb's lettuce, Rapunzel of 35. Vicia faba L. (partim) thickness bean or bean 36. Zea mays L. (partim) sweet corn popcorn C. o start to fruit production and their hybrids of 1 Castanea sativa mill. chestnut 2. citrus L. citrus 3. Corylus avellana L. Hazel of 4 Cydonia oblonga mill. Quince 5. Ficus carica L. fig 6 Fortunella Swingle kumquat of 7 Fragaria L. strawberry 8 Juglans regia L. Walnut 9 Malus Mill. Apple 10 Olea europaea L. Olivier 11 Pistacia vera L. pistachio 12 Poncirus RAF.
Bitter orange 13 Prunus amygdalus Batsch almond of 14 Prunus armeniaca L. apricot 15 Prunus avium (l.) L. Cherry 16 Prunus cerasus L. Cherry 17 Prunus domestica L. plum 18 Prunus persica (l.) Batsch peach 19 Prunus salicina Japanese plum of 20 Pyrus L. Lindley PEAR of 21 Ribes L. gooseberry, redcurrant, Jostaberry of 22 Rubus L. raspberry, BlackBerry of 23 Vaccinium L. bilberry, cranberry - 1) corresponding. Inventory of species.
(2) only in protected areas subject to Paß.

Annex 2 (to article 4, paragraph 1 and 2, § 5 para 2 and 4, article 6, para. 3 and § 9 para 3) harmful organisms on cultivation material of certain species (site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I 1998, 1330-1349; regarding the details of the changes cf. footnote) species scientific name (common name) harmful organism or disease scientific name (common name) 1 vegetable plants and their hybrid Allium cepa L. - Allium cepa L. var. aggregatum (shallot) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Delia spp. (Root fly) Ditylenchus dipsaci tabaci (Zwiebelthrips) 2. fungi of Botrytis spp. (Stängelnematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), especially thrips. Peronospora destructor (downy mildew) Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease) 3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular onion yellow dwarf virus (onion yellow dwarfing virus) Allium cepa L. - Allium cepa L. var. Insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Delia spp. CEPA (onion, Echalion) 1. (Root fly) Ditylenchus dipsaci (Stängelnematode) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), especially thrips tabaci 2. bacteria of Pseudomonas spp (Zwiebelthrips).
3. fungi of Botrytis spp. Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. cepae (onion basal rot) Peronospora destructor (downy mildew) Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular onion yellow dwarf virus (onion yellow dwarfing virus) Allium fistulosum L. (winter hedges onion) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Delia spp. (Root fly) Ditylenchus dipsaci (Stängelnematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), especially thrips tabaci (Zwiebelthrips) 2. fungi Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease) 3. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Allium porrum L. (leeks) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Delia spp.. (Root fly) Ditylenchus dipsaci tabaci (Zwiebelthrips) 2. bacteria of Pseudomonas spp. (Stängelnematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), especially thrips.
3. fungi Alternaria porri (purple stain disease) Fusarium culmorum (Fusarium root rot) Phytophthora porri (paper patch disease) Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Leek yellow stripe virus (Leek yellow stripe virus) Allium sativum L. (garlic) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aceria tulipae (Tulip Gallmilbe) Delia spp. (Root fly) Ditylenchus dipsaci (Stängelnematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), especially thrips tabaci (Zwiebelthrips) 2. bacteria Pseudomonas fluorescens ("coffee with milk" disease) 3. fungi Sclerotium cepivorum (flour disease) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular onion yellow dwarf virus (onion yellow dwarfing virus) Apium graveolens L. (celery) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development Acidia heraclei (celery fly) lygus spp. (Soft bugs) Psila rosae (carrot fly) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) and thrips tabaci (Zwiebelthrips) 2. bacteria Erwinia carotovora var. carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Pseudomonas syringae pv. APII 3. fungi Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. APII Phoma Cola APII (celery scab) Pythium spp. (Pythium root rot) Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia blight) Septoria apiicola (Septoria spot) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular celery mosaic virus (celery mosaic virus) cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) Asparagus officinalis L. (asparagus) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development Brachyorynella asparagi (asparagus aphid) Hypopta castrum (asparagus drill) Platyparea poeciloptera (Spargelfliege) 2. fungi 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, at all stages of development Pegomyia betae (Rübenfliege) 2. fungus Phoma betae (root fire) 3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular beet yellow necrotic vein virus (Rhizomaniavirus) Brassica oleracea L. (cauliflower or cauliflower, broccoli, kale or Krauskohl, Brussels sprouts or sprouts cabbage, white cabbage or cabbage, red cabbage or red cabbage, Savoy or Savoy cabbage, Kohlrabi) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (whiteflies) Aphididae (aphids) Heterodera spp.. (Zystennematode) Lepidoptera (butterflies), especially Pieris brassicae (large white) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. maculicola (bacterial leaf) Xanthomonas campestris pv. campestris (veins blackness) 3. fungi Alternaria brassicae (cabbage blackness) on Mycosphaerella spp.. (Ring spot disease) Phoma lingam (accident illness) Plasmodiophora brassicae (cabbage hernia) Pythium spp. (Seedling disease) Rhizoctonia solani (seedling disease) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cauliflower mosaic virus (Cauliflower mosaic virus) can of Turnip mosaic virus (water Beet mosaic virus) Brassica rapa (Chinese cabbage) 1 L. insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphididae (aphids) Lepidoptera (butterflies), especially Pieris brassicae (large white) 2. fungi Alternaria brassicae (cabbage blackness) botrytis cinerea (botrytis) Mycosphaerella spp.. (Ring spot disease) Phoma lingam (accident illness) Plasmodiophora brassicae (cabbage hernia) Sclerotinia spp.. (Sclerotinia storage rot)
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular can Capsicum annuum L. (chilli or paprika or chilli peppers) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (whiteflies) Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Colorado potato beetle) Ostrinia nubilalis (European corn borer) Phthorimaea operculella (potato moth) Tetranychidae (spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 fungi, Leveillula taurica (powdery mildew) Pyrenochaeta lycopersici (Cork root disease) Pythium spp. (Seedling disease and stem base rot) Phytophthora capsici (root and stem rot of reason) Verticillium alboatrum (Verticillium wilt) Verticillium dahliae (Verticillium wilt) 3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) tomato mosaic virus (tomato mosaic virus) Pepper mild mottle virus (mild peppers spotting virus) tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus) Cichorium endivia L. (Krausblättrige Endive, Ganzblättrige Endive) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphididae (aphids) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 fungus of 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 (lettuce mosaic virus) tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus) Cichorium intybus L. (leaf chicory, chicory) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphididae (aphids) Napomyza cichorii (chicory mini er fly) Apion assimile (shrew Rachael) 2. bacteria Erwinia carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Erwinia chrysanthemi Pseudomonas marginalis (bacterial leaf edge disease) 3. fungus Phoma exigua var. exigua (black root rot) Phytophthora erythroseptica Pythium spp. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum (Sclerotinia rot) Citrullus lanatus (Thunb.) Matsum et Nakai (watermelon) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Polyphagotarsonemus latus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 fungi Colletotrichum lagenarium 3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular watermelon mosaic virus (watermelon mosaic virus) Cucumis melo L. (melon or melon) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Polyphagotarsonemus latus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (angular leaf) 3.
Fungi Colletotrichum lagenarium Fusarium spp. Pythium spp. (Seedling disease-stem base rot) Sphaerotheca fuliginea (powdery mildew) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular cucumber green mottle mosaic virus (cucumber green spotting mosaic virus) cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) squash mosaic virus (pumpkin mosaic virus) Cucumis sativus L. (cucumber, cucumber, Einlegegurke) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Delia platura (bean fly) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Polyphagotarsonemus latus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (angular leaf) 3. fungi Fusarium spp. Phytophthora spp. Pseudo Peronospora cubensis (downy mildew) Pythium spp. (Seedling disease-stem base rot) Rhizoctonia spp. (Seedling disease) Sphaerotheca fuliginea (powdery mildew) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Cucurbita maxima Duchesne (pumpkin) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Polyphagotarsonemus latus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Cucurbita pepo L. (garden pumpkin or Zucchini) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Polyphagotarsonemus latus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. lachrymans (angular leaf) 3. fungi Fusarium spp. Sphaerotheca fuliginea (powdery mildew) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) squash mosaic virus (pumpkin mosaic virus) Zucchini yellow mosaic virus (Zucchini yellow mosaic virus) can Cynara cardunculus L. (artichoke or Cardoon Artichoke and Cardy) 1 insects, mites and nematodes in all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Thysanoptera (thrips) 2. mushrooms Bremia lactucae (downy mildew) Leveillula taurica f. sp. Cynara (powdery mildew) Pythium spp. Rhizoctonia solani, Sclerotium rolfsii Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Verticillium dahliae 3. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Foeniculum vulgare mill. (fennel) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Thysanoptera (thrips) 2. bacteria Erwinia carotovora subsp. carotovora (bacterial soft rot) Pseudomonas marginalis pv. marginalis 3 fungi, Cercospora foeniculi Phytophthora syringae (Phytophthora rot) Sclerotinia spp.. (Sclerotinia rot)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms celery mosaic virus (celery mosaic virus) lactuca sativa L. (salad) 1. insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphididae (aphids) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 fungus of Botrytis cinerea (botrytis) Bremia lactucae (downy mildew) Pythium spp.
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular lettuce big vein (broadband Adrigkeit) lettuce mosaic virus (lettuce mosaic virus) lettuce ring necrosis (salad ring necrosis) Lycopersicon esculentum Mill (tomato) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphididae (aphids), aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Hauptidia laperrinei Meloidogyne spp.. (Wurzelgallennematode) Tetranychus spp. (Spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) Aculops lycopersici (tomato mite) 2. bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. tomato (bacterial leaf and fruit spot disease) 3. fungi Alternaria solani (Dürr stain disease) Cladosporium fulvum (velvet patch disease) Colletotrichum coccodes Didymella lycopersici (tomato stem rot) Fusarium oxysporum Leveillula taurica (powdery mildew) Phytophthora nicotianae var.. nicotianae (Phytophthora stem base rot) Pyrenochaeta lycopersici (Cork root disease) Pythium spp. (Seedling disease-stem base rot) Rhizoctonia solani (Rhizoctonia stem base rot) Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Verticillium spp. (Sclerotinia wilt). (Verticillium wilt)
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. (Rhubarb) 1 bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Erwinia carotovora var.. rhapontici (root neck rot) 2. mushroom, Armillariella mellea Verticillium spp.
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Arabis mosaic virus (Arabismosaikvirus) Turnip mosaic virus (water Beet mosaic virus) Solanum melongena L. (Aubergine or Eggplant) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of aleyrodidae (white flies, moth scale insects) Aphididae (aphids) Polyphagus tarsonemus (yellow tea mite, broad mite) Leptinotarsa decemlineata (Colorado potato beetle) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode) Tetranychidae (spider mites) Thysanoptera (thrips), in particular Frankliniella occidentalis (California Blütenthrips) 2 fungi Fusarium spp. Leveillula taurica f. sp. Cynara (powdery mildew) Rhizoctonia solani, Pythium spp. Sclerotinia sclerotiorum Verticillium spp. (Sclerotinia wilt). (Verticillium wilt)
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular cucumber mosaic virus (cucumber mosaic virus) Eggplant mosaic virus (Eggplant mosaic virus) potato virus Y (potato virus Y) tobacco mosaic virus (tobacco mosaic virus) 2. fruit plants and their hybrids of citrus aurantiifolia (christm. et Panz.) Swingle (lime) Citrus limon (l.) Burm. F. (lemon) Citrus paradisi Macf. (Grapefruit) Citrus reticulata Blanco (Tangerine) Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck (orange) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development Aleurothrixus floccosus Mashell Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode)
Parabemisia myricae Kuwana Tylenchulus semipenetrans (Zitrusnematode) 2. fungus Phytophthora spp.
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular citrus leaf rugose diseases which cause psorosis-like symptoms in young leaves, such as Psorosis, ring spot, Cristacortis, Impietratura, concave gum infectious variegation viroids such as Exocortis, primarily Xyloporosis Corylus avellana L. (hazelnut) 1 leperii insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of EPI India PIs avellanae (Red Oyster cochineal) Eriophis (new: Phytocoptella avellanae) (Hazel buds Gallmilbe) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (mulberry and almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Xanthomonas campestris pv. corylina 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phyllactinia guttata (powdery mildew of Hazel nut) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Apple mosaic virus Hazel maculatura linear MLO Cydonia Mill. (Quince) Pyrus communis L. (bulb) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Anarsia lineatella (peach moth) Eriosoma lanigerum (Blutlaus) scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phytophthora spp. (Collar rot) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Fragaria x ananassa Duch. Guedes (Strawberry) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphelenchoides spp. (Blattnematode) Ditylenchus dipsaci 2. fungus Phytophthora cactorum (leather rot of Strawberry) Verticillium spp. (Stengelnematode) Tarsonemidae (soft skin mite). (Verticillium wilt)
3. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Strawberry green petal MLO Juglans regia L. (Walnut) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of the development scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens Xanthomonas campestris pv. juglandi 3 fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Phytophthora spp.
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Cherry leaf roll virus Malus Mill. (Apple) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Anarsia lineatella (peach moth) Eriosoma lanigerum (Blutlaus) scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis Pentagon (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop)
Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Phytophthora cactorum (collar rot) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Venturia spp.. (Scab) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms Olea europea (olive) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development Eusophera pinguis Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode)
Saissetia oleae 2. bacteria of Pseudomonas syringae pv. savastonoi (TB disease) 3. fungus Verticillium dahliae (Verticillium wilt) 4. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Pistacia vera (pistachio) 1 fungus Verticillium spp.
2. viruses and virus-like organisms all viruses and virus-like organisms of Prunus domestica L. (plum) Prunus salicina (Lindl.) (Japanese plum)
1. insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aculops fockeui (plum rust mite) Capnodis tenebrionis (peach Buprestidae) Eriophyes similis (plum leaf bag Gallmilbe) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode)
Scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire) Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ring spot virus-Prunus armeniaca L. (apricot) Prunus amygdalus Batsch (Almond) Prunus persica (l.) Batsch (peach) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Anarsia lineatella (peach moth) Capnodis tenebrionis (peach glory moth) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode)
Scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire) Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Taphrina deformans (Kräuselkrankheit) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ring spot virus-Prunus avium (l.) L. (cherry) Prunus cerasus L. (sour cherry) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Capnodis tenebrionis (peach Buprestidae) Meloidogyne spp. (Wurzelgallennematode)
Scale insects, in particular: leperii EPI India PIs (Red Oyster cochineal) Pseudaulacaspis pentagona (Mulberry or almond cochineal) Quadraspidiotus perniciosus (San José scale) 2. bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Pseudomonas syringae pv. morsprunorum (bacterial fire) Pseudomonas syringae pv. syringae (bacterial fire) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Chondrostereum purpureum (Galena) Nectria galligena (fruit tree cancer) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular Prune dwarf virus Prunus necrotic ring spot virus Ribes (redcurrant, gooseberry) 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aphelenchoides spp.. (Blattnematode)
Cecidophyopsis of fozia (currant Gallmilbe) 2 bacteria Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Nectria cinnabarina (red pustule disease) Rosellinia necatrix (root mold) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms in particular black currant reversion (atavism) black currant infectious variegation agent (raspberry, BlackBerry) Rubus L. 1 insects, mites and nematodes, at all stages of development of Aceria essigi 2. bacteria Agrobacterium rhizogenes (hair root disease) Agrobacterium tumefaciens (root crop) Rhodococcus fascians 3. fungus Armillaria mellea (Honey fungus) Didymella applanata (Rod disease of raspberry) Peronospora rubi (downy mildew of raspberry) Phytophthora fragariae var. Rubi (root rot of raspberry) Verticillium spp. (Verticillium wilt)
4. viruses and virus-like organisms especially raspberry bushy dwarf virus (Raspberry dwarf Bush virus) raspberry leaf curl virus Appendix 3 (to § 5 para 2 No. 3) special requirements for stocks of fittings (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 1998, 1350-1351; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) species specific requirements 1 2 1 ornamental plants 1.1 citrus L. (Citrus for ornamental purposes) a) the mounting material must come from propagation stock , which were examined visually and it showed no signs of infested with viruses and virus-like organisms.
(b) fittings, intended to be placed on the market, must be visually examined and since the beginning of the last period of vegetation-free of signs of viruses and virus-like organisms.
(c) in the case of refined fittings, you may grafted scions only on documents which are not susceptible to Viroids.
1.2 types of bulb crops of stocks intended for the production of bulbs or bulbs, must be free of signs of infested with pests.
1.3 (dropped out) 1.4 (dropped out) 2 fruit 2.1 citrus aurantiifolia (christm. et Panz) Swingle (lime) a) the mounting material must come from propagation stock, which were examined visually and it showed no signs of an infestation with the viruses listed in annex 2 No. 3 for plant and virus-like organisms.
b) must the individual plants of propagation stock with indicator plants, Sera or other equivalent methods to detect under a) designated harmful organisms examined and found to be free of these been.
(c) fittings, intended to be placed on the market must be visually examined and free since the beginning of the last vegetation period by signs of viruses listed in annex 2 No. 3 for the relevant species and virus-like organisms.
(d) in the case of refined cultivation material of the genus Citrus for fruit production, you may grafted scions only on documents which are not susceptible to Viroids.
2.2 Citrus limon (l.) Burm. F. (lemon) as 2.1 2.3 Citrus paradisi Macf. (Grapefruit) as 2.1 2.4 Citrus reticulata Blanco (Tangerine) like 2.1 2.5 Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck (orange) as 2.1 3. vegetables 3.1 Allium ascalonicum auct. non. L (shallot) propagating stocks for the production of onions and bulbs must be visually examined and is free from signs of an infestation with the harmful organisms listed in annex 2 No. 2 for this species.
3.2 Allium sativum L. (garlic) as 3.1 Annex 4 (to article 6 par. 3) investigation on viruses, virus-like pests and virus diseases within the context of the recognition of mounting hardware of Pomaceous and stone fruit (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2003, 270-271; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) virus diseases (pests or disease) species of plant virus free (n) virus tested (vt) 1 2 3 Apple (Malus Mill.
Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf Fleckung of the Apple) Apple mosaic (Mosaic) Apple stem grooving (master corrugation) Apple stem pitting, spy epinasty and decline, platycarpa scaly bark (master grain, spy Epinastie and decay, bark Schuppigkeit m. platycarpa) Apple rubbery Apple flat limb (flat Aestigkeit) wood (rubber wood disease) Apple rough skin (Rau Schaligkeit) Apple star crack (Star cracking) Apple proliferation phytoplasm (Apple drive addiction) Apple mosaic (Mosaic) Apple rubbery Apple flat limb (flat Aestigkeit) wood (rubber wood disease) Apple rough skin (Rau Schaligkeit) Apple star crack (Star cracking) Apple proliferation phytoplasm (Apple drive addiction) PEAR (Pyrus L.) and Quince (Cydonia Mill.
Apple chlorotic leafspot (PEAR ring pattern mosaic) (ring spot mosaic) bark split, rough bark, bark necrosis (bark cracking of PEAR, Raurindigkeit, cortical necrosis) Rubbery wood (rubber wood disease) PEAR vein yellows / red mottle, stem pitting (veins yellowing (Rotfleckigkeit)) PEAR stony pit (Steinfrüchtigkeit) Quince sooty ring spot (Ruß spotting the Quince) PEAR decline phytoplasm (PEAR decline) Apple chlorotic leafspot (PEAR ring pattern mosaic) (ring spot mosaic) PEAR vein yellows / red mottle, stem pitting (veins yellowing (Rotfleckigkeit)) PEAR stony pit (Steinfrüchtigkeit) PEAR decline phytoplasm (PEAR decline) Prunus spp. (no sweet and sour cherries) and as a base for this Serving species Prunus species and their interspecific hybrids Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf Fleckung of the Apple) plum bark split (bark cracking) European plum line pattern (band mosaic) Apple mosaic (Mosaic) Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ring spot European stone fruit yellows Myrobalan latent ring spot nepovirus 2) Cherry green ring mottle virus 3) Strawberry latent ring spot nepovirus 3) Tomato black ring nepovirus 4) Plum pox (Scharkakrankheit) Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf Fleckung of the Apple) European plum line pattern (band mosaic) Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ring spot Plum pox (Scharkakrankheit) fresh /. Sour cherries (Prunus avium/Prunus cerasus) and as a base for these types serving Prunus species and their interspecific hybrids Apple chlorotic leafspot (chlorotic leaf Fleckung of the Apple) Apple mosaic (Mosaic)
Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ring spot cherry leafroll (leaf roll disease) little cherry (Kleinfrüchtigkeit) raspberry ring spot (Pfeffinger disease on sweet cherry) Rusty mottle (rust Spottiness) Cherry green ring mottle (green ring spotting) Arabis mosaic nepovirus Petunia asteroid mosaic and carnation Italian ring spot tombusviruses, causing cherry detrimental canker Tomato black ring nepovirus necrotic rusty mottle Prune dwarf Prunus necrotic ring spot little cherry (Kleinfrüchtigkeit) raspberry ring spot (Pfeffinger disease on sweet cherry) - 1) not used.
2) applies only to p. domestica, p. insititia, p. salicina, p. besseyi, p. cerasifera, p. davidiana and interspecific hybrids.
(3) applies only to p. persica.
(4) applies only to p. amygdalus.