Regulation On The Placing On The Market Of Fertilizers, Soil Improvement Substances, Growing Media And Plant Equipment

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Inverkehrbringen von Düngemitteln, Bodenhilfsstoffen, Kultursubstraten und Pflanzenhilfsmitteln

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Regulation on the placing on the market of fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids (fertilizer ordinance-DüMV)

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date of manufacture: 05.12.2012

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" Fertilizer Ordinance of 5. December 2012 (BGBl. 2482), as set out in Article 1 of the Regulation of 27 June 2008. May 2015 (BGBl. I p. 886

:Change by Art. 1 V v. 27.5.2015 I 886 (No 21) in a textual, documentary yet non-exhaustive

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The obligations under Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22. The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C 37), as last amended by Directive 2006 /96/EC (OJ L 327, 21.12.2006, p. 81), have been respected.

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pursuant to section 5 (2) in conjunction with paragraph 3, § 5 (5) sentence 1, point 1, § 7, § 8 (1), § 9, and § 15 (1) and (2) of the Fertilizer Act of 9. January 2009 (BGBl. 54, 136), the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection decrees: Non-official table of contents

Content overview

§ 1Definitions
§ 2 Scope
§ 3Approval of fertilizer types
§ 4 Marketing of economic fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids
§ 5 Requirements for disease and phytohygiene
§ 6Labelling requirements
§ 7EC fertilizer labeling
§ 8Tolerances
§ 9Administrative Offences
§ 10Transitional rules
§ 11Entry into force, external force
Appendix 1
(to § 1 Number 11, § 3 Paragraph 1,
§ 6 Paragraph 3, § 8 Paragraph 3 and 4)

Definition of
Fertilizer types
Appendix 2
(to § 1 number 11, § 3 (1) and 2,
§ 4 (1) and 2, § 6 (1), 2, 5, 6
and 7, § 8 (3) and (4), § 10)
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§ 1 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
Starting Materials: Main Components and Side Components,
2.
Main ingredients: ingredients in fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids, which are the purpose specified by § 1 of the Fertiliser Act directly, in the case of fertilizers, the type-determining constituents,
3.
constituents which determine the type: main constituents in fertilizers, which are used to assign to a in accordance with this Regulation,
4.
Part-quantities of substances within the meaning of Section 2 (1) to (8) of the Fertilizer Act, to the extent that such subsets
a)
in fertilizers are not type-determining ingredients; this also applies to nutrients as far as they are in the case of fertilizers,
b)
in soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids not directly related to the intended purpose in accordance with § 1 the fertiliser act; this also applies to nutrients in soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids, to the extent that they are not present in an amount that a placing on the market of such substances as soil excipients or Plant aids excluded in accordance with § 4 paragraph 3
5.
Processing aids: secondary ingredients that are added in order to support the preparation, In particular, means for precipitation, conditioning, hygienisation,
6.
Application aids: minor components which are intended to support a simple, appropriate or shall be added in a safe manner, in particular wrapping substances, wetting agents, release agents, adhesives, efficacy control agents, granulation or dust binding, carrier substances, formulating adjuvants, denaturants or Dyes,
7.
Foreign ingredients: secondary constituents not added as a plant nutrient as specified in point 4, as a preparation aid or as an application aid , as well as substances which are added to
a)
with a different purpose than according to § 1 of the Fertiliser Act ,
b)
after the processing has expired, either completely or partially can no longer be detected by material conversion or material degradation,
c)
unintentional but unavoidable components
8.
granular: one by physical or chemical treatment of solid or liquid primary particles, technically manufactured aggregate,
9.
dry mass (TM): the dry mass (TM): the dry mass (TM): the dry mass (TM): the dry mass (TM) dried mass,
10.
organic matter: organic carbon compounds of animal origin and plant origin determined by loss of ignition,
11.
liquid materials: substances with a dry matter content of up to 15 percent by weight, if
a)
no deviating specifications are required for individual fertilizers according to Appendix 1 or substances according to Appendix 2, or
b)
not determined by a scientifically approved method even at a higher dry matter content of the "liquid" aggregate state,
12.
Cold water soluble nitrogen: at 20 ° C water temperature dissolved in water dissolved nitrogen,
13.
hot-water-soluble nitrogen: in boiling water dissolved nitrogen,
14.
available nitrogen: in Water or in 0.0125 molar calcium chloride solution dissolved nitrogen,
15.
complexing agent: inorganic or organic compounds, which bind metal ions in a coordinated way, so that their solution properties change,
16.
Chelators: complexing agents with the ability to have two-or multivalent cations in stable, ring-shaped compounds.
17.
aerobic treatment: biotechnological treatment by controlled degradation of the organic substance under air supply with the aim of hygienisation, Stabilization, improvement of nutrient availability and improvement of physical properties,
18.
anaerobic treatment: biotechnological treatment by Controlled degradation of the organic substance under exclusion of air, with the aim of hygienisation, stabilization, improvement of nutrient availability and improvement of physical properties,
19.
Hygienization: Treatment with the aim of reducing the concentration of pathogens and harmful organisms to such an extent that the risk of spreading disease of the people, the animals or the plants, as well as the entry of organisms with undesirable properties into the environment,
20.
sieve passage: fraction of the particles, which is a Test screen fabric with the specified clear mesh size passed; the above-hundred values are, unless expressly stated otherwise, minimum values,
21.
Manufacturer: Producer as well as any natural or legal person who is responsible for placing a substance on the market in Germany; as a manufacturer, the following applies in particular: Importer, a packer acting for his own account, or any person who modifies the characteristics of a substance,
22.
Information on the appropriate storage: information on the appropriate storage, with the aim of counteracting, in the case of material handling and storage, in particular material changes, de-mixtures and risks due to improper storage, including a risk of water, including: Data required for storage temperature and protection against external influences, including indications of possible material changes in the course of storage, which can subsequently change the marked properties,
23.
Information on the appropriate application: information on the appropriate time of application, on the availability of nutrients, on the application rate, on the application technology, on the necessary Application restrictions and risk reduction,
24.
In the hundred: the mass-related claim, unless otherwise specified ,
25.
indication of contents: an indication of the fresh mass and expressed as a total content, unless otherwise specified,
26.
indication of the tolerance:
a)
as From the hundred value: maximum deviation of the determined value from the marked value in the hundred of the marked value, expressed in "%",
b)
in From-hundred points: maximum deviation of the determined value in the hundred of the marked value in the hundred by difference formation, expressed in "% point".
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§ 2 Scope

(1) This regulation applies to the placing on the market of fertilisers not referred to as EC fertilizers, as well as soil excipients, culture substrates and plant aids.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, Section 7 and Section 9 (2) (2) shall apply to EC fertilizers.(3) § § 4 to 8 shall not apply to the discharge of economic fertilizers and soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids with the exclusive use of economic fertilizers between two farms belonging to the same farmer, and two legal persons, both of which are controlled by the same farmer as sole shareholder or sole proprietor, and in the discharge of those substances between one or more farmers and a legal person, this farmer is controlled as a single shareholder or sole shareholder. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Admission of fertilizer types

(1) Fertilizers may only be used in the following conditions: Transport shall be carried out if they comply with a type of fertilizer authorised by this Regulation. The types of fertilizers laid down in Appendix 1 shall be authorized with the proviso that
1.
in the case of non-typesetting components in case of proper use, do not damage the fertility of the soil, the health of humans, animals and crops, and do not jeopardise the natural environment,
2.
for the production
a)
as Starting materials have been used only substances which do not damage the fertility of the soil, the health of humans and animals and crops and do not endanger the natural environment and
aa)
have a plant-building, production-or application-related benefit, or
bb)
the soil protection as well as the preservation and promotion of soil fertility.
b)
Mineral substances, except side components as set out in Appendix 2 Table 8, used only in accordance with the requirements for fertilizer types according to Appendix 1 or Appendix 2 Tables 6 and 7.3
c)
organic substances, other than by-components referred to in Appendix 2, Table 8, used only in accordance with Annex 2, Table 7.1, 7.2 and 7.4.
d)
no phosphates other than those mentioned in Appendix 2, Table 4,
e)
Dress-up aid according to Appendix 2, Table 8.1, and application aids according to Appendix 2, Table 8.2, have been used only after the measures taken there,
f)
Foreign ingredients
aa)
only after In accordance with the provisions of Appendix 2, Table 8.3,
bb)
do not outweigh the total, unless Table 8.3 of Appendix 2 is used for individual substances. other share and
cc)
in the context of their addition, do not lead to an increase in pollutant concentrations, provided that in justified cases no other
3.
in fertilizers according to Appendix 1 and in starting materials for these fertilizers according to Appendix 2, Tables 6 to 8, the Limit values according to Appendix 2, Table 1.4, column 4, are not exceeded,
4.
as a foreign component according to Appendix 2 Table 8.3
a)
Stones above 10 millimeter screen pass not over a fraction of 5 from the hundred/TM,
b)
Waste paper, cardboard, glass, metals and plastic non-malleable plastics over 2 mm screen pass only in accordance with Appendix 2, table 8, point 8.3.9 and not together over a 0.4 vom Hundert/TM and
c)
Other non-degraded plastics over 2 mm screen pass not over a share of 0.1 of the hundred/TM
.
(2) Paragraph 1 does not apply to
1.
the requirements for an usefulness referred to in paragraph 1 sentence 2 (2) (a) (a) (aa) and (bb), in the case of foreign components as defined in Annex 2, Table 8.3 and in the case of the other foreign substances mentioned in the descriptions of the types of fertilizers of Appendix 1,
2.
the limit values set out in Appendix 2 Table 1.4, column 4, up to a limit of 50 percent in the case of burns in accordance with the requirements of Table 7.3.16 the exclusive combustion of untreated wood, if reference is made to the exclusive use of these fertilizers at forestry sites within the framework of the indications for the appropriate application.
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§ 4 Placing on the placing on the market of economic fertilizers, soil additives, culture substrates and plant aids

(1) Commercial fertilisers, in so far as they are not placed on the market as fertilisers in accordance with Annex 1, Section 3, as well as soil adjuvants, crop substrates and plant aids may only be placed on the market if
1.
It is the fertility of the soil, the health of humans, animals, and the use of the product Do not damage the crops and do not endanger the natural environment,
2.
for the production
a)
as starting materials only substances that have been used for the fertility of the soil, the health of Do not harm people and animals and crops and do not endanger the natural environment and
aa)
(
)
bb)
The soil protection and the conservation and promotion of the fertility of the soil
b)
Mineral substances, other than secondary constituents as set out in Table 8 of Appendix 2, only in accordance with the requirements for fertilizer types according to Appendix 1 or the Appendix 2 Tables 6 and 7 have been used,
c)
Organic substances, other than by-components according to Appendix 2, Table 8, only in accordance with Appendix 2, Table 7.1, 7.2 and 7.4
d)
no phosphates other than those mentioned in Appendix 2, Table 4,
e)
Dress-up aid according to Appendix 2, Table 8.1, and application aids according to Appendix 2, Table 8.2, have been used only after the measures taken there,
f)
Foreign ingredients
aa)
only after In accordance with the provisions of Appendix 2, Table 8.3,
bb)
do not outweigh the total, unless Table 8.3 of Appendix 2 is used for individual substances. other share and
cc)
in the context of their addition, do not lead to an increase in pollutant concentrations, provided that in justified cases no other
3.
in economic fertilizers, as well as in soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids, and in their Starting materials according to Appendix 2, Tables 6 to 8, the limit values set out in Appendix 2, Table 1.4, column 4, with the exception of row 1.4.10, column 4 and 5, in the case of economic fertilizers of animal origin and fertiliser residues without a bio-waste fraction, not exceeded ,
4.
as a foreign component according to Appendix 2, Table 8.3
a)
Stones over 10 millimetres screen pass not over a share of 5 of the hundred/TM,
b)
waxed paper, Cardboard, glass, metals and plastic non-malleable plastics over 2 mm screen pass only in accordance with Appendix 2, Table 8, point 8.3.9 and together not more than 0.4 of the hundred/TM and
c)
Other non-degraded plastics above 2 mm screen pass are not included with 0.1 of the hundred/TM
.
(2) For fabrics for use in Soil excipients, culture substrates or plant aids, paragraph 1 does not apply to
1.
Requirements for a utility referred to in paragraph 1 (2) (a) (a) (aa) and (bb), in the case of foreign constituents in accordance with Appendix 2, Table 8.3,
2.
Limit values as set out in Appendix 2, Table 1.4, column 4 in the case of
a)
Combustion chamber meshes according to the specifications in accordance with Table 7.3, line 7.3.16, from the exclusive incineration of untreated wood, from the limit values set out in Table 1.4, Table 1.4, column 4, to a limit of 50 of the hundred if, in the context of the indications for the appropriate application, exclusive use at forestry sites,
b)
mineral substances according to Appendix 2, Table 7.3, when used as a starting material for Culture substrates from the limit values set out in Appendix 2, Table 1.4, column 4, to 50 of the hundred when these culture substrates are
aa)
for use as roof substrates, as substrates for exclusive use in closed systems (especially plant containers, interior greening), and
bb)
with regard to the new use not allowed at the end of the use, with the exception of reuse with the same purpose, as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the
fertiliser laws
(3) Substances must not be placed on the market as soil adjuvant or plant-aid if
1.
a content of total nutrients in the dry mass of more than
a)
1.5 out of 100 nitrogen (N),
b)
0, 5 of Hundred Phosphate (P2O5),
c)
0.75 of Hundred Potassium Oxide (K2O),
d)
0, 3 of Hundred Sulfur (S),
e)
0.07 from Hundred Copper (Cu),
f)
0, 5 of the Hundred Zinc (Zn) or
g)
in the case of basic active ingredients, a value of more than 30 from the 100, rated as CaO, achieved or
2.
Application recommendations related to the product in the case of a one-time application to the application of more than 50 kilograms of N, 30 kilograms of P2O5, 50 kilograms of K2O, 500 kilograms of CaO, or 15 kilograms of S per hectare.
For the determination of the content of total nitrogen and the nitrogen load determined therefrom for the delimitation of the total nitrogen. Soil adjuvants, culture substrates and fertilizer plant aids are the combustion method for nitrogen (Method 3.1.1; VDLUFA-Method Book Volume II.2; 1. Edition 2000, VDLUFA-Verlag Darmstadt) or, if appropriate, equivalent other methods suitable for the determination of the total nitrogen content. The ban on placing on the market as a soil adjuvant or a plant-aid in accordance with the first sentence does not apply to
1.
for rock flours, other than limestone, chalk, dolomite, magnesite or phonolite,
2.
for fabrics, which are specially designated for this purpose in column 3 of Appendix 2, Table 7.
(4) By way of derogation from § 5 (1), first sentence, of the Fertiliser Act, substances may be used for research and testing purposes which comply with the requirements of the Fertiliser Act and the Fertilizer Act. This Regulation does not comply with Regulation (EC) No 218/11 on transport, in so far as damage to the health of humans and animals or risks to the natural environment is not to be feared. § 5 and Appendix 2, Table 1.4 shall remain unaffected.(5) Any person placing substances on the market in accordance with paragraph 4 shall, at the latest 21 days before the placing on the market, notify the competent authority of the substances referred to in paragraph 4 and shall indicate that: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
The type and composition of the fabric,
2.
Research or experimental purpose,
3.
Name and address of the placing on the market and the Buyer,
4.
Information about the geographical location of the surfaces selected for the test execution, and
5.
lot of the substance intended to be placed on the market.
The competent authority may apply to the placing on the market or to use it for protection against damage to human health and Animals or hazards of the natural household shall take the necessary arrangements, in particular to limit the quantity of the substance, and prohibit the placing on the market and use for experimental and research purposes. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Requirements for disease and phytohygiene

(1) Compliance with the requirements of § 3 (1) (1) and (1) Section 4 (1) (1) requires that no pathogens, toxins or pathogens are included, from which risks to the health of humans, animals and crops are posed.(2) The requirements referred to in paragraph 1 shall be deemed to be non-compliance:
1.
with regard to hygienic conditions properties, if Salmonella is found in 50 grams of sample material,
2.
with regard to phytosanitary properties, when starting materials of plant origin, are also used in mixtures of resistant harmful organisms, in particular
a)
of one of the harmful organisms referred to in Directive 2000 /29/EC,
b)
thermoresistant viruses, in particular those from the Tobamovirus group or
c)
fungal pathogens with resistant permanent organs, in particular synchytrium endobioticum, sclerotinia species, rhizoctonia solani, plasmodiophora brassicae,
and are not subjected to appropriate hygienic treatment.The health-hygiene requirements shall apply to persons applying fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids in the course of their professional activities, by way of derogation from paragraph 2 (1), where:
1.
is pointed out in the context of the considerations for proper application to the existing load, and the following indications are given as application preferences:
a)
on arable land is the Use only on unadjusted arable land and with immediate incorporation into the soil, unless the application is carried out in winter cereals and winter raps up to the Schosserstadium (EC 30) with close to the ground Application technique,
b)
the application to unplaced arable land with subsequent vegetable or potato cultivation or the subsequent cultivation of saline, fragrance and Spice herbs are not allowed,
c)
on grassland and fodder area is a time interval from 6 weeks until the next use and
d)
the application in zones I and II of water protection areas is not allowed
2.
in the case the use of sewage sludge as a raw material shall be applied only for application to areas within the competence of the agricultural authority responsible for the enforcement of the fertilizer regulation at the seat of the sewage treatment plant, whether or not it is (
) Paragraph 2 (1) and (3) shall not apply to economic fertilisers, other than economic fertilizers, which are carried out in one of the following: the Community Güllelager, which is used by several farmers. In this case, the health-care requirements shall be deemed to be complied with if it is ensured that economic fertilisers have been exclusively incurred by farmers who are involved in the use of the Güllelager, and exclusively on the land of these farmers.(5) (omitted) unofficial table of contents

§ 6 requirements for labeling

(1) fertilizer, soil adjuvant, culture substrates and Plant aids may only be placed on the market if
1.
with information in accordance with the Appendix 2 Table 10.1 to 10.4 in the order shown there,
2.
according to Appendix 2, Table 10.3 or 10.5, in the context of notes on the appropriate Use recommended application rates of fertilization in accordance with good professional practice within the meaning of Section 3 (2) of the Fertiliser Act,
3.
Nutrients in words and in chemical symbols, as follows:
a)
the following chemical symbols and symbols must be used: Formulas are used:
b)
to the oxide and carbonate form of the plant nutrients phosphorus, potassium, as prescribed in point (a) Calcium and magnesium can also be specified in their element form, for which the contents must be converted as follows:
Nitrogen N
PhosphateP2O5
potassium oxide K2O
CalciumCa
Calcium Oxide CaO
Calcium carbonateCaCO3
Magnesium Mg
Magnesium OxideMgO
Magnesium carbonate MgCO3
sodiumNa
sulfur S
BorB
IronFe
cobaltco
copperCu
ManganeseMn
MolybdenumMo
zinc Zn,
 
P2O5x 0,436= P (Phosphorus)
K2Ox 0,83= K (potassium)
CaO x 0,715= Ca
CaCO3x 0.4= Ca
CaCO3x 0,56= CaO
MgCO3 x 0,478= MgO
MgOx 0.6= Mg
MgCO3x 0,288= Mg,
4.
in organic and organic fertilisers according to Appendix 1, section 3 and economic fertilizers according to § 4 (1), additionally a content of available nitrogen if the dry mass contains more than 1.5 of the hundred nitrogen (total N) and the nitrogen available exceeds 10% of the total N,
5.
The sub-components of Appendix 2 Table 1, if they reach the values set out in Appendix 2, Table 1.1 to 1.4, column 2, by the preceding word "secondary ingredients:" and then are marked as follows:
a)
the nutrient contents of the non-fertiliser type Annex 2 Table 1.1, column 1,
b)
Nutrients in economic fertilizers, soil additives, culture substrates or plant aids in accordance with Appendix 2 Table 1.2, column 1,
c)
further sub-components according to Appendix 2, Table 1.3, column 1,
d)
Heavy metals and other pollutants according to Appendix 2 Table 1.4 Column 1.
(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1
1.
on the placing on the market of culture substrates by appropriate labeling
a)
solely for use in closed systems (in particular plant containers, Interior greening) or
b)
in the open country for a one-off application in planting trees and shrubs, limited to planting holes and tree slices ,
a label according to the limits laid down for soil excipients in Table 1.2 of Appendix 2,
2.
when the culture substrates are placed on the market, the Recommendations for use in the field of application in the field of application in the open country, which fall below the limits set out in Section 4 (3) (2), a labelling for magnesium and sulphur in accordance with the requirements for soil excipients in Appendix 2, Table 1.2, number 1.2.7 and 1.2.8,
3.
in the case of a written offer, an identification according to Appendix 2, Table 10, number 10.4.1,
4.
in case of delivery to areas outside the scope of the Fertiliser Act, an identification according to Appendix 2, Table 10, point 10.4.2,
5.
when placing on the market for research or experimental purposes in accordance with Section 5 (5) (1) of the Fertiliser Act, an identification according to Appendix 2, Table 10, point 10.4.3.
(3) In addition, fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids may be placed on the market only if their labelling meets the following requirements: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
on import for submission to others, the label must be immediately after importation, but in each case before the delivery,
2.
when placed on the market in closed packages or closed containers, the information must be clearly visible on the the packaging or the container itself, on a sticker which is firmly connected to the package or the container or on a trailer; in other cases, the information must be given on an invoice, a delivery note or a shall be accompanied by at least one piece of the lot,
3.
by way of derogation from point 2, the first part of the paper shall be sufficient if the Information given in Annex 2, Table 10.2, 10.3 and 10.5, shall be made exclusively on a goods accompanying document, if
a)
referring to such a supplementary accompanying document as part of the label on the commodity,
b)
by labeling the relationship between the companion paper and the item of goods is unique,
c)
each where the accompanying documents are clearly marked and the accompanying documents are available at all times for the transmission to customers
(4) A fertilizer contains several types of fertilizers; it must be labelled as the type of fertilizer with which the material properties are to be described as far as possible, with the exception of fertilizers placed on the market as economic fertilizers.(5) When placing on the market in containers holding more than 100 kilograms of content, labelling shall be sufficient for all particulars on an invoice, a delivery note or a document accompanying the goods, at least one of which shall be accompanied by the lot of the batch. must.(6) Fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids may also be provided with information according to Appendix 2, Table 10.5, where the information provided for in Appendix 2, Table 10.5, shall not conflict with the information required by the Annex. 2 Table 10.1 to 10.3.(7) The information on the labelling referred to in paragraphs 1 to 5 in conjunction with the additional requirements set out in Annex 2, Table 10, must be in German and be clearly legible; other languages may also be used.(8) Data according to Appendix 2, Table 10.2 to 10.3, must be clearly dismissed from the information given in Table 10.1. Labelling data according to Table 10.5, including those for other countries or in other languages, must be clearly indicated in Table 10.1 to 10.4.(9) It is not necessary to identify commercial fertilisers produced in their own operation if, in the case of a supply to third parties, their own consumption does not exceed a tonne of fresh mass per calendar year. Furthermore, a marking shall not be required if fertiliser incurred in its own operation is delivered to an agricultural holding for recovery as a fertilizer on the land of which the fertiliser is used, and a total quantity of the fertilizer is discharged from the defering plant. 200 tonnes of fresh mass shall not be exceeded in the calendar year. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Labelling of EC fertilizers

Anyone who places a fertilizer on the market with the designation "EC fertilizer" has ensure that the fertilizer, in accordance with the requirements of Article 7, in conjunction with Articles 10 and 11 of Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 June 2003, October 2003 on fertilizers (OJ L 327, 28.12. OJ L 304, 21.11.2003, p. 1). Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Tolerances

(1) Tolerances apply to identified contents, nutrient forms, or nutrient solubilities, they apply the minimum or maximum levels not specified or indicated in the labelling. If the tolerance is expressed both as a percentage value and as a percentage point or other unit, the first value that is reached first applies.(2) For the nutrients nitrogen, phosphate and potassium oxide in economic fertilizers, the tolerances are 50 per cent of the marked contents, but in each case at most one percentage point.(3) For contents of type-determining components of fertilizers, the tolerances referred to in Annex 1 shall be fixed for each type of fertilizer. The tolerances referred to in column 3 shall be fixed for the contents of secondary constituents in fertilizers, soil auxiliaries, crop substrates or plant aids in accordance with Table 1.1 to 1.4, column 2.(4) For contents of non-typesetting nutrients in fertilisers and for nutrient contents in economic fertilizers, soil additives, culture substrates and plant aids, the following shall apply to those listed in Appendix 2, Table 1.1, Table 1.2, and Table 1.3. Points 1.3.1 to 1.3.3 for each of the tolerances laid down in column 3 for deviations to the top of the double values, provided that the substances are not specifically added as nutrients.(5) Deviations of the levels of the marked values recorded during the official supervision shall not exceed the fixed tolerance. Fixed levels may not fall below minimum levels of tolerance and shall not exceed maximum levels.(6) In addition, for single-nutrient fertilizers in accordance with Appendix 1, section 1:
1.
must be more than one type of nitrogen in the labelling of typesetting constituents; or The tolerance per nutrient or nutrient solubility shall be 10 per cent of the highest declared nutrient content, but not more than two percentage points,
2.
a tolerance set for the specific fertilizer type for the total nutritional content of the nutrient must not be exceeded
3.
Number 1 does not apply to a portion of water-soluble P2O5 to be added, as far as different types of fertilizer are affected.
(7) In addition, the following applies: for multi-nutrient fertilizer in accordance with Appendix 1, section 2:
1.
The tolerance for the fertilizer-type-determining nutrients is 25 of the hundred of the marked content, however, for nitrogen, phosphate or potassium oxide at most 1.1 percentage points, a total of up to 1.5 percentage points, in the case of NPK-fertilizers a total of up to 1.9 percentage points,
2.
The tolerance for individual nutrient forms or nutrient solubilities is 10 per cent of the marked total content of the particular nutrient, but not more than two Percentage points.
(8) For substances referred to in Appendix 2, Table 1.4, as well as the foreign components referred to in Appendix 2, Table 8.3, points 8.3.2 to 8.3.10, the actual contents may fall below the marked levels at an indeterminate level. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Administrative Offences

(1) Unlawful within the meaning of Section 14 (2) (1) (c) of the Fertilizer Act , intentionally or negligently, contrary to § 3 (1) and § 4 (1) or (3), sentence 1, a fertilizer, an economic fertilizer, a soil adjuvant, a culture substrate, a plant aid or a substance referred to there.(2) In the sense of § 14 (2) (1) (d) of the Fertiliser Act, who intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 6 (1) a fertilizer, a fertilizer, a a soil adjuvant, a culture substrate or a plant aid is placed on the market or
2.
contrary to § 7, it does not ensure that the fertilizer is used in the Wisely marked.
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§ 10 Transitional rules

(1) Fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and Plant auxiliaries which, with regard to the labelling according to § 6, comply with the requirements of the Fertiliser Regulation in the version of 16. December 2008 (BGBl. 2524), as last amended by the Regulation of 14 June 2008. December 2009 (BGBl. I p. 3905), may still be in place until 30. June 2015 will be on the market.(2) Fertilisers which, in accordance with Article 6 (1) (1) in conjunction with Appendix 2, Table 10, row 10.1.8, column 2 and line 10.2.2, column 2, meet the requirements of this Regulation in the up to 5 years. Until the end of the 31 December 2015, the current version of the new version will be allowed to expire. 4 December 2017 will be put on the market.(3) Fertilisers, soil adjuvants, cultivation substrates and plant aids, for the production of these materials
1.
Sewage Sludge according to Appendix 2, Table 7, row 7.4.3, which exceeds a limit value according to Appendix 2, Table 1.4, but one according to the Sewage Sludge Ordinance for the same pollutant , or
2.
other substances subject to the Biowaste Ordinance, which exceed a limit value as set out in Annex 2, Table 1.4, but which are subject to a limit value of be used in accordance with the Biowaste Ordinance on the same pollutant,
may be used until 31 December 2008. They will be placed on the market in December 2014.(4) Synthetic polymers which do not correspond to the dimensions set out in Annex 2, Table 7, row 7.4.7 as the starting material or Appendix 2, Table 8, lines 8.1.3 or 8.2.9, as preparation aids or application auxiliaries, may be used until 31 December 2008. They will be put on the market in December 2016.(5) Fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 1, table 1.2, row 1.2.9, the requirements for solubility as defined in Annex 2, Table 5, row 5.7, column 3, must be determined from the 1. June 2020.(6) Fertilisers, which are referred to in Article 3 (1), second sentence, point 4, and substances which are referred to in Article 4 (1) (4), in each case in the period up to and including 5. The latest version of the Directive, which is in force in June 2015, may continue until the end of the 31. They will be put on the market in December 2016.(7) Fertilisers of the type set out in Annex 1, point 1.4.6, for the manufacture of which ashes from the combustion of plant materials are used which meet the requirements of this Regulation in the period up to 5 years. Until the end of the 31 December 2015, the current version of the new version will be allowed to expire. They will be put on the market in December 2016. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force, expiry date

This Regulation enters into force the day after the announcement. At the same time, the Fertiliser Ordinance of 16. December 2008 (BGBl. 2524), as last amended by Article 3 of the Regulation of 23 June 2008. April 2012 (BGBl. 611), except for force. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

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Appendix 1 (to § 1, paragraph 11, § 3, paragraph 1, § 6, paragraph 3, § 8, paragraph 3, and 4)
definition of fertilizer types

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2012, 2490-2511)
The preliminary remarks contain cross-type specifications and, where appropriate, explanations. The specifications in the preliminary remarks and tables shall apply subject to deviating provisions for individual types of fertilisers according to Appendix 1, section 1 to 5.
Preliminary remarks and references for all fertilizer types
1General preferences:
1.1Fertilizer must be in a fixed aggregate state unless the type description allows a different aggregate state.
1.2For formaldehyde urea, the term methylene urea may be used.
2 Manufacture:
2.1Addition of lime:
Fertilizer of section 1-with the exception of ammonium-containing N-fertilizers and fertilisers of section 1.4 and subject to a derogation for individual types of fertilizer, as well as fertilizers in Sections 2 and 3, may additionally be added to lime corresponding to an approved type of section 1.4 if
2.1.1for fertilisers of section 3, the minimum contents according to column 2 are maintained,
2.1.2for fertilizers of sections 1 and 2, the nutrient content in the prepared product at least 60% of the minimum contents according to Appendix 1 column 2 of the starting type
2.1.3a content of basic ingredients, rated as CaO, of more than 10% achieved,
2.1.4correspond to starting fertilisers in all material properties approved types.
2.2 Addition of nitrification or urease inhibitors:
2.2.1Fertilizers of sections 1, 2 and 3 may be added Nitrification inhibitors according to Appendix 2, Table 2.1, shall be added if the fertilizers have a type-determining nitrogen content and a proportion of ammonium nitrogen, carbamide nitrogen or cyanamide nitrogen at the total nitrogen content of at least 50%.
2.2.2Fertilizers in Sections 1, 2 and 3 may be added to the ureatic inhibitors according to Appendix 2, Table 2.2, if the fertilizers are have a type-determining content of nitrogen and a proportion of urea nitrogen in the total nitrogen content of at least 50%.
2.3Wrapping:
Fertilizer or individual nutrient components may be fully or fully enveloped for the purpose of a controlled release of nutrients if this option is provided for in column 5 or 6 of the respective type definition. In the case of an enclosure of individual nutrients, in the case of
2.3.1nitrogen, only the forms of nitrogen referred to in Annex 2, Table 3, shall be allowed to: 10,
2.3.2Phosphate only those with the phosphate solubilities 1 to 3 listed in Appendix 2, Table 4.2.
2.4Granulation:
2.4.1Are fertilizers, for their starting materials The required sieve passage according to column 4 shall apply to the fertilizer prior to granulation thereof.
2.4.2 The granules must disintegrate under the influence of moisture to a starting grinding unit corresponding to at least the sieve passage, provided that a coating according to point 2.3 does not preclude the said granules. Decay is detected using an appropriate analysis method.

Section 1
Mineral fertilizer fertilizer
(also with additional minimum levels for secondary nutrients)
1.1 Nitrogen fertilizer requirements
Type designation minimum retention type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information about the
Nutrient Assessment;
other Required Essential Composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
1.1.1 ammonium sulphate20% Ntotal nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen
nitrogen rated as
Ammonium nitrogen
Tolerance:
N 0.3% point
ammonium sulphate;
also addition of calcium nitrate as formulation adjuvant
On adding Calcium nitrate according to column 5:
-
Minimum contents according to column 2:
19.5% (total nitrogen)
-
nutrient assessment according to column 4:
nitrogen rated as total
1.1.2ammonium nitrate20% Ntotal nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen
Nitrogen rated as
ammonium and nitrate nitrogen, both forms of nitrogen approximately each half
Tolerances:
to 32% N: 0.8% point
above 32% N: 0.6 Percentage point
ammonium nitrate, also carbonates or sulphates of calcium and magnesium;
also casing
If the fertilizer contains more than 28% nitrogen, it may be shall only be delivered to the user in closed packs. The fertilizer may be referred to as "lime-ammonia salpeter" if
-
in addition to ammonium nitrate Calcium carbonate (e.g. Limestone) or calcium and Mag-
nesium carbonate (e.g. B. Dolomit) with a
minimum content of 20%,
-
these carbonates have a purity level
of at least 90%,
-
the fertilizer is not enveloped.
1.1.3ammonium-
sulfatsalpeter
24% NTotal nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen
Nitrogen as
ammonium and
nitrate nitrogen;
minimum content of
nitrate nitrogen 5% N,
Magnesium rated as
Total magnesium oxide
Tolerances:
N 0.8% point
MgO 0.9% point
Na 0.7% point
CaCO3 2 % Points
ammonium nitrate,
ammonium sulfate;
also adding:
a)
Calcium magnesium carbonate, magnesium carbonate,
magnesium sulfate;
b)
Magnesium sulfate with
Sodium salts;
c)
Calcium carbonate;
also



When adding substances according to column 5
Letter a:
-
Minimum contents according to column 2:
22% N, 2% MgO,
-
additionally type-determining component
by column 3:
total magnesium oxide,
-
minimum content Nitrate nitrogen according to
Column 4: 3% N.
When adding substances according to column 5
letter b:
-
Type label according to column 1:
ammonium sulfate alpeter with magnesium
and sodium,
-
Minimum level according to column 2:
14% N, 3% MgO, 6% Na,
-
additionally type-determining component
According to column 3:
Total magnesium oxide, water-soluble
sodium,
-
Minimum level of nitrate nitrogen according to column 4:
3% N.
When adding substances according to column 5
letter c:
-
Type label according to column 1:
ammonium sulphate alpeter with
Calcium carbonate,
-
Minimum level according to column 2:
22% N, 8% CaCO3,
-
additional type-determining component
according to column 3: calcium carbonate.
1.1.4urea44% NTotal nitrogen as a
carbamide nitrogen
nitrogen rated as a
total nitrogen,
expressed as
carbamide nitrogen;
Maximum
Biuret 1.2%
Tolerances:
N 0.4% point
S 0.5% point
carbamide;
also addition of elemental sulfur,
also wrapping
On addition of elemental sulfur:
-
Type label according to column 1:
urea with Sulfur,
-
Minimum contents according to column 2:
28% N
4% S,
-
additionally type-determining component
according to column 3:
sulfur,
-
additional nutrition assessment according to
column 4:
sulfur rated as S.
Wrapping:
-
Minimum level by column 2: 40% N.
1.1.5Urea-Iso-
butylidendiurea
32% NTotal nitrogen,
Carbamide Nitrogen
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen,
at least 70% of the total

of nitrogen as isobutylidene diurea
Tolerances:
N 0.5 % Point
Isobutylidenediurea,
Carbamide
1.1.6 urea form-
aldehyde urea
38% Ntotal nitrogen,
carbamide nitrogen
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen,

at least 60% of the total

nitrogen as the form-
aldehyde urea, of which
is at least 60%
hot-water-soluble
Tolerances:
N 0.5 % Point
Formaldehyde urea,
carbamide
1.1.7 Nitrogen fertilizer with [urea-
derivative]
18% NTotal nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen,
Carbamide nitrogen,
one or more urea derivatives according to column 5,
for formaldehyde urea:
cold water and hot water-soluble nitrogen
nitrogen rated as
Total nitrogen, of which
is at least one third as
urea derivatives according to column 5 (a) to (c), 10% as urea derivative according to column 5 (d)
of the formaldehyde urea at least 60% hot-water soluble;
minimum content on
ammonium,
nitrate nitrogen 3% N,
carbamide nitrogen 1.5% N,
maximum biuret content:
carbamide nitrogen +
urea derivative-
Nitrogen x 0.026
Tolerances:
N 0.5% point
By chemical means-
nenes product, each
a fertilizer according to section 1, point 1.1-with the exception of
lime nitrogen, nitrate-containing
limestone, ammonium nitrate or lime-ammoniorate -and
a)
Crotonylidendiurea or
b)
Isobutylidenediurea or
c)
formaldehyde urea or
d)
acetyldiurea









The type label is the word
"urea derivative" shall be replaced by the respective urea derivative used in column 5.
In the case of ammonium, nitrate or carbamide nitrogen, the content must be specified if it is at least 1% N in each case.
1.1.8[Urea Derivative]28% NTotal Nitrogen,
By Column 5
Letter A:
Crotonylidendiurea
According to column 5
letter b:
isobutylidene diurea
According to column 5
letter c:
formaldehyde urea
-
cold-water soluble nitrogen,
-
hot-water-soluble nitrogen
According to column 5
letter d:
acetylene diurea

nitrogen rated as total nitrogen;
According to column 5
letter a, b, or d:
-
at least 25%
of the N in each
urea form
-
Maximum content of
carbamide nitrogen 3% N
According to column 5
letter c:
-
Minimum level of
formaldehyde urea
31% N;
-
Maximum content of
carbamic nitrogen 5% N
Tolerances:
N 0.5% Point
Only one of the following
materials
a)
Crotonylidendiurea,
b)
Isobutylidenediurea,
c)
Formaldehyde urea,
d)
acetylene diurea
In the term "urea derivatives" shall be replaced by the urea derivative used in column 5.
The content of carbamide nitrogen must be indicated if its content reaches 1% N.
In the case of manufacture after Column 5 (c) is the minimum salary according to column 2: 36% N.
1.1.9Kalksalpeter-
urea liquid
10% NTotal nitrogen,
carbamide nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen
nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen or
as carbamide and nitrate nitrogen,
at least 50% of the total nitrogen specified in the
as nitrate nitrogen
Tolerances:
N 0.6% point
carbamide, calcium nitrate,
calcium chloride;
chemical way, by
dissolving or suspending the product obtained in
water
Contains the fertilizer calcium chloride and
does not correspond to the quality specified in the pharmacopoeia, must: it is marked with the indication:
"Application preference: Not for leaf fertilization or for wetting fruits".
1.1.10Oxamid 28% Ntotal nitrogennitrogen rated as
total nitrogen;
maximum content of
ammonium or
Nitrate Nitrogen 4% N
Tolerances:
N 0.5% point
Oxamide, also calcium sulphate and ammonium or calcium nitrateThe copper content may be 0.1% Cu, the of water-soluble cyanide 2 mg per kg not exceeding
.
The contents of ammonium nitrogen and
nitrate nitrogen may be specified.
1.1.11 Ammonia
liquid
10% Nammoniacal nitrogennitrogen rated as
ammonium nitrogen
Tolerances:
N 0.6% point
Ammonia;
also release in water
The fertilizer must be marked
an
hint that it is undiluted is not suitable for surface fertilization.
1.1.12ammonium-
sulfate solution from [designation according to Appendix 2 Table 6 column 1]
5% N
6% S
ammonium nitrogen,
water-soluble sulfur
Nitrogen rated as
ammonium nitrogen,
Sulfur rated as S
tolerances:
N 0.5% point
S 0.5% point
ammonium sulfate;
only one starting material according to
Appendix 2 Table 6.1,
using
-
concentrated sulfuric acid
in technical quality
or
-
calcium sulfate (CaSO4)
according to Regulation (EC)
No. 2003/2003
In the type designation, the staple expression must be replaced by the label according to Appendix 2, Table 6.1.
The pH is to be marked.
At a pH value of < 4.0 additional note
on the appropriate Application: "Not suitable for
leaf fertilization!".
The values according to Appendix 2, table 1.4, column 2 and 4, respectively, are x 0.5.
When used ammonium-
sulfate solution according to Appendix 2 Table 6
line 6.1.9:
-
Minimum salary by column 2: 1.5% N,
2% S,
-
The label and
limits set by Appendix 2 Table 1.4
Column 2 and 4 each x 0.25,
-
if sulphuric acid is used, a
is shown in Appendix 2, table 6.1, column 2-
benes manufacturing method.
Supplement to the label:
" Using sulfuric acid from
[manufacturing process] ".
1.1.13Ammonium Sulfate Urea30 % N


5% S
Total nitrogen,
carbamide nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen
water-soluble sulfur
nitrogen rated as
Carbamide and
ammonium nitrogen
lime rated as
calcium carbonate
minimum content of
ammonium nitrogen 4% N
maximum content of
biuret: 0.9%
Tolerances:
N 0.5% point
S 0.5% point
CaCO3 2%-points
carbamide, ammonium sulphate;
also addition of cabbage lime from seaweed
The fertilizer can be used with the reference
"biuretarm" if the
biuret content does not exceed 0.2%.
If you are adding cabbage from
seaweed
-
Type label according to column 1:
" ammonium sulfate-urea with
cabbage lime calk from seaweed,
-
Minimum salary by column 2:
20% N
3% S
8% CaCO3
-
additional type-determining Component
by column 3: Calcium carbonate.
1.1.14Nitrogen-
Magnesium
19% N


5% MgO
Total nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen
Water-soluble
Magnesium oxide
Nitrogen as
nitrate and ammonium
nitrogen,
water-soluble
magnesium oxide;
minimum content of
nitrate nitrogen 6% N
Tolerances:
N 0.8% point
MgO 0.9% point
Na 0.7% point
Nitrates, ammonium compounds, magnesium sulphate;
also addition of sodium salts
When sodium salts are added:
-
Type label according to column 1:
"Nitrogen magnesium sulfate",
-
Minimum contents according to column 2:
14% N, 3% MgO, 6% Na,
-
additionally type-determining components
According to column 3: water-soluble sodium,
-
assessment and other requirements
according to column 4: minimum content of
nitrate nitrogen 4% N;
sodium in form Water-soluble salts
expressed as sodium.
1.1.15Nitrogen-Calcium10% N


10% Ca
Total nitrogen,
Nitrate nitrogen
carbamide nitrogen
Calcium
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen or
as nitrate and
carbamide nitrogen
minimum content of
nitrate nitrogen 2% N
calcium rated as Ca
Tolerances:
N 0.4% point
Ca 0.7% point
calcium nitrate, Carbamide,
also calcium chloride
If the fertilizer contains calcium chloride and does not correspond to the quality specified in the pharmacopoeia, it must be marked with the indication: " Not for Leaf fertilization or for wetting fruits ".
1.1.16Nitrogen fertilizer solution15% N Total nitrogen,
carbamide nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen,
nitrate nitrogen
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen or as
carbamide, Ammonium
or nitrate nitrogen;
Maximum content of biuret:
Content of carbamide
nitrogen x 0.026,
for ammonium nitrate-
urea solution 0.5%
Tolerances:
N 0.6% point
By chemical means or
by dissolving in water-
nenes, under atmospheric pressure, durable product,
without addition of nutrients
of animal or plant
origin
The fertilizer may be marked with
"biuretarm" if the
content of biuret does not exceed 0.2%.
Labeling of carbamide nitrogen,
ammonium nitrogen or nitrate nitrogen, if their Contents are at least 1% N.
Requirements for a label as an
ammonium nitrate-urea solution:
-
Minimum salary by column 2:
26% N,
-
other requirements according to column 4:
approximately the Half of the specified
total nitrogen as a carbamide nitrogen.
1.2 Phosphate fertilizer preferences
Type label minimum retention type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information for
nutrient evaluation;
other requirement-essential composition;
type of manufacturing special Specifications, Notes123456
1.2.1Magnesium Dicalcium phosphate20% P2O5
6% MgO
alkali-ammoncitrate-
soluble phosphate
total magnesium oxide
phosphate rated as
alkaline ammonia-citrate-
soluble P2O5;
Screen passage:
98% at 0.63 mm
90% at 0.16 mm
Tolerances:
P2O5 0.8% point
MgO 0.9% point
Dicalcium phosphate,
Magnesium phosphate;
Mineral phosphates cases,
addition of
Magnesium carbonate
Magnesium sulphate
The content of water-soluble magnesium oxide may also be indicated.
1.2.2Dicalcium phosphate
with tricalcium phosphate
8% P2O5total phosphate phosphate rated as
total phosphate
tolerances:
P2O5 0.8% point
dicalcium phosphate,
tricalcium phosphate;
cases mineralischer Phosphates
1.2.3Phosphate with
Silicon
8% P2O5Total phosphate,
water-soluble phosphate
phosphate rated as
total phosphate,
50% of the specified
content of P2O5
water-soluble
Tolerances:
Total phosphate:
0.8% point
Water-soluble phosphate:
0.9% point
Silicon oxides,
sodium hydrogen phosphates,
calcium phosphates, sodium sulfate, Sodium silicate;
Water glass with sulphuric acid and phosphoric acid
Minimum silica content 20%.
1.2.4 Partial Raw Phosphate with Magnesium16% P2O5
6% MgO
Total phosphate,
Water-soluble phosphate,
Total magnesium oxide
phosphate rated as
total phosphate,
at least 40% of the
content specified in
P2O5 water-soluble
screen passage:
98% at 0.63 mm
90% at 0.16 mm
Tolerances:
Total phosphate:
0.8% point
Water-soluble phosphate:
0.9% point
MgO 0.9% point
mono-, tricalcium phosphate,
calcium sulfate, magnesium sulfate;
Split-up ground raw phosphate with sulfur-
or phosphoric acid,
addition of
magnesium sulfate
magnesium oxide
magnesium carbonate
calcium-magnesium carbonate
A content Water-soluble magnesium oxide may be specified.
1.2.5Raw phosphate with
water-soluble fraction
23% P2O5Total phosphate,
in 2% formic acid soluble phosphate,
water-soluble phosphate
phosphate rated as
Total phosphate,
at least 45% of the
content specified
on P2O5 in 2%
formic acid soluble,
at least 20% of the
content specified
on P2O5 Water-soluble
Tolerances:
Total P2O5:
0.8 % point,
in formic acid
soluble P2O5:
at most 2% points,
water-soluble P2O5:
0.9% point,
the tolerance set for phosphate-
must not be exceeded
overall.
mono-, tricalcium phosphate,
calcium sulfate;
partial-closing ground raw phosphate with sulphuric acid
1.2.6Crude phosphate23% P2O5Total phosphate,
soluble in 2% formic acid soluble phosphate
raw phosphate rated as
total phosphate,
at least 40% of the
content specified in
P2O5 in 2%
formic acid soluble;
screen passage:
98% at 0,315 mm
90% 0.16 mm
Tolerances:
Total P2O5:
0.8% point,
in formic acid
soluble P2O5:
no more than 2% points,
the tolerance set for phosphate-
must not be exceeded
overall
Tricalcium phosphate,
Calcium carbonate, made of
soft raw phosphate;
ground
Sscreen pass at 0.16 mm must be specified.
1.2.7Soft raw phosphate with magnesium16% P2O5





% MgO
Total phosphate,
in 2% formic acid soluble phosphate

Total magnesium oxide
phosphate rated as
total phosphate;
specified at least 55% of the
Content
on P2O5 soluble in 2%
formic acid soluble,
screening passage:
99% at 0.125 mm
90% at 0.063 mm
Tolerances:
Total phosphate:
0.8% point,
in formic acid
soluble phosphate:
no more than 2 % points,
should not exceed the tolerance set for phosphate as a whole,
MgO: 0.9% point
Tricalcium phosphate,
Calcium carbonate,
Magnesium sulphate;

Versoles soft raw phosphate,

addition of
magnesium sulfate,
magnesium oxide,
magnesium carbonate,
calcium-magnesium carbonate
The sieve passage at 0.063 mm must be given to
.
1.2.8Phosphate Fertilizer Solution20% P2O5 Water-soluble phosphatephosphate rated as
water-soluble phosphate;
solution pH:
4.6 to 5.2
Tolerances:
P2O5 0.9%-point
Product obtained by mixing
phosphoric acid with caustic soda solution
The fertilizer may only be placed on the market in suitable
containers.
1.2.9phosphate fertilizer from [Label according to Appendix 2,
Table 6.2]
10% P2O5 Total phosphatephosphate rated as
total phosphate
sieve passage:
98% at 0.63 mm
90% at 0.16 mm
Tolerances:
Total phosphate: 0.8% point
phosphate-containing starting materials according to Appendix 2 Table 6.2;
from only one substance according to Appendix 2 Table 6.2
In the type designation, the parenthesian expression is the result of the Replace the label according to Appendix 2, Table 6.2, column 1.
The manufacturing method according to Appendix 2
Table 6.2 column 2 is to be specified

1.3 Potassium fertilizer preferences
Type designation minimum retention type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information for
nutrient evaluation;
more Required Essential Composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
1.3.1Potassium Sulfate 35% K2Owater-soluble
potassium oxide
Potassium rated as
water-soluble K2O;
chloride content
maximum 3% CI
Tolerances:
K2O 0.5% point
potassium sulphate; enveloped
1.3.2 Potassium Fertilizer-
Solution
20% K2OWater-soluble
Potassium oxide
Kali rated as
Water-soluble K2O
Tolerances:
K2O 1%-Point
Potassium Hydroxide, Potassium Formate;
Solve in Water
The fertilizer may only be used in suitable
containers.
1.3.3Potassium sulphate-
solution
6% K2O

6% S
Water-soluble
Potassium oxide;
Water-soluble sulfur
Kali rated as
water-soluble K2O;
sulfur rated as S
Tolerances:
K2O 1% point
S 0.5% point
Potassium Sulfate; sulfuric acid;
product obtained by mixing
product
The fertilizer may only be used in suitable
containers.
1.3.4Potassium fertilizer from
[designation according to Appendix 2 Table 6.3 column 1]
10% K2Owater-soluble
potassium oxide
Kali rated as
water-soluble K2O
Tolerances:
K2O 1 % point,
for exclusive
use of Vinasse for K2O 3% points.
Potassium Salts;
only one raw material according to
Appendix 2 Table 6.3 Column 1,
also as a solution
In the type designation, the bracket expression is to be replaced by the label according to Appendix 2, Table 6.3, column 1.
The manufacturing method according to Appendix 2
Table 6.3 Column 2 is Specify.

1.4 lime fertiliser preferences

Presages and notes
1
Fertilizers of this section may be added to fertilizer according to section 1 or mineral fertilizers fertilizer under Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003. The possibility of sentence 1 is excluded:
1.1
the addition of starting materials according to Appendix 2, Table 6.4, points 6.4.7 to 6.4.16,
1.2
the addition of nitrogen fertilizers containing ammonium nitrogen, subject to a deviating regulation for individual fertilizer types.
2
Lime fertiliser, which already consists of a combination according to number 1, must not be used again for mixing.
3
The minimum contents according to column 2 of the respective starting type are reduced by a third in the case of a mixture according to point 1 for the respective end product, to the extent that: it is not exclusively the addition of magnesium fertilisers.
4
For lime fertilisers, the minimum contents according to column 2 shall apply and, subject to the special Provisions in column 6, the stated contents of CaO or CaCO3 even when the fertilizer contains a part of MgO instead of a part of CaO and a part of MgCO3 instead of a part CaCO3.
Type label minimum retention-type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information about the
Nutrient Assessment;
other Required Essential Composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
1.4.1 Kohlensaurer Kalk75% CaCO3Calcium carbonateCalc rated as CaCO3;
Screen passage:
97 % at 3.15 mm
70% at 1.0 mm
Reactivity, rated after
conversion in dilute
Hydrochloric acid, at least 30%, with a content of 25% MgCO3 at least 10%
Tolerances:
CaCO3 4% points,
MgCO3 2.5% points after bottom and
5% points up,
total (CaCO3 + MgCO3) 4% points
Calcium carbonate, next to
magnesium carbonate;
from chalk, limestone, dolomite
Natural deposits; also
as a mixture
or
from seaweed;
also adding
a)
Magnesium carbonate
b)
Azoto character on peat when
1 000 effective Azoto-
bacterial cells Gram
End product is reached
c)
Combustion space mesh
according to Appendix 2 Table 7
Line 7.3.16
The Fertilisers may be referred to as "carbonic acid
magnesium lime" if the
content of MgCO3 and MgO is more than 15%.
The fertilizer may be marked "easily feasible" if the
reactivity at least 80%.
In the production from seaweed:
-
Minimum level according to column 2: 65% CaCO3,
-
no mixture with other carbon black
calks,
-
the fertilizer must "Coal aurian
lime from seaweed".
In the case of production from the Holocene calves:
-
Minimum salary by column 2: 60% CaCO3,
-
not a mixture with other carbon-based
Calves,
-
The fertilizer must be called the "carbon black
lime from the Holocene lime".
When adding the azocharacter to the
letter b column 5 Fertilizer
may also be referred to as AZ-lime if
contains at least 1 000 active azototic
cells per g, rated after growth
on agar plates.
When adding firearm mesh
after Point (c) column 5:
-
30% maximum combustion space and only
of untreated Plant parts,
-
Minimum level according to column 2: 70% CaCO3,
-
the fertilizer must be
"Contains Basically Effective Plant Asks
1.4.2Branntkalk 65% CaOCalcium OxideCalc rated as CaO;
when placed on the market must not be more than 9% CaO
as carbonate,
Screen passage:
97% at 6.3 mm
Tolerances:
CaO 4% points,
MgO 2.5% down, and
top 5% points,
total (CaO + MgO) 4% points
Calcium oxide, next to it also
magnesium oxide;
from limestone, dolomite or
chalk of natural deposits; also mixing with each other
by burning
The fertilizer may be called "Branntkalk, körnig"
or "Magnesium-Branntkalk, granular" means
if it also meets the following requirements:
Screen passage: up to 5% at 0.4 mm
As part of the indications on the appropriate application Labeling, with the hint: " At the Application in forestry to be aware of the high intensity of action ".
1.4.3Mixed lime50% CaOCalcium OxideKalk rated as CaO;
at most 75% of the CaO
as a Carbonate
screen passage:
97% at 4.0 mm
50% at 0.8 mm
Tolerances:
CaO 4% points,
MgO 2.5% down and
up 5% points up,
total (CaO + MgO) 4% points
Calcium carbonate, hydroxide
or oxide, next to it also
Magnesium carbonate, hydroxide or oxide, of limestone,
dolomite or chalk of natural deposits;
by mixing or firing, also partial firing,
also adding water to dust binding
Name according to column 1 is also valid for recarbonatized burnt lime.
As part of the indications on the appropriate application Labelling with the hint: " In the application in forestry the high intensity of action
When adding water to the dust binding
as part of the appropriate
application,
"
" When stored for longer periods, the action
speed is reduced by recarbonatization
possible ".
1.4.4Hüttenkalk42% CaOcalcium oxide Kalk rated as CaO;
screen pass
a)
97% at 1.0 mm
80% at 0.315 mm
or
b)
97% at 3.15 mm
Tolerances:
CaO 3% points
 MgO 1.5% points
total (CaO + MgO) 3% points
silicates of calcium and
magnesium;
made of blast furnace slag
At the screen passage according to column 4 Point (b) must be marked with an indication of a severely slowed effect.
1.4.5Converterkalk 40% CaOcalcium oxidecalk rated as CaO;
screen passage during manufacture by column 5 letter
Silikates and oxides of
calcium and magnesium from the production of unalloyed steels;
also adding
-
phosphate-containing ash according to Appendix 2 Table 6.2, points 6.2.2 and 6.2.3,
-
raw phosphate
each in the liquid melt (> 1 400 ° C);
starting materials and type of production according to column 5
For the addition of phosphate-containing substances according to column 5:
-
minimum contents after Column 2: 30% CaO, 3% P2O5
Labelling of phosphate solubilities according to Appendix 2 Table 4, points 4.2.11, 4.2.1 and 4.2.2
a)
97% at 1.0 mm
80% at 0.315 mm
b)
97% at 3.15 mm
40% at 0.315 mm
c)
97% at 0.63 mm
75% at 0.16 mm.
At the screen pass according to point (b):
Solubility of Calcium and Magnesium, evaluated after reaction in dilute hydrochloric acid, At least 30%
Tolerances:
CaO 3% points,
MgO 1.5% points,
total (CaO + MgO)
3% points
P2O5 0.8% point
a)
milling converter slags
b)
AbSeven decaying converter slags and ladle slags
c)
grinding converter slag to Addition of phosphate-containing substances into the slag melt
1.4.6Lime-fertilizer [Label according to Appendix 2 Table 6.4 Column 1]30% CaO
in the TM
Calcium oxideKalk rated as CaO,
Reactivity:
Reactivity, evaluated after
transformation in dilute
hydrochloric acid, at least 30%, with a content of 25% MgCO3 at least 10%
Tolerances:
CaO 3% points,
MgO 2.5% down and 5% points after top,
overall (CaO + MgO) 4% points
oxides, hydroxides, silicates, or carbonates of calcium and
magnesium;
from only one substance according to Appendix 2 Table 6.4
In the type designation, the staple expression is to be replaced by the designation according to Appendix 2, Table 6.4, column 1.
For the exclusive use of ash from plant origin according to Appendix 2, table 7.3, line 7.3.16, minimum content according to column 2:
15% CaO in the TM.
Kalke according to Appendix 2, table 6, points 6.4.12 and 6.4.13 may also be mixed with lime according to Table 6, point 6.4.2, 6.4.4 and 6.4.6 by way of derogation from the requirements for production according to column 5. .

1.5 Secondary nutrient fertilizer preferences

Type label minimum hold type determining < br /> Ingredients;
nutrient forms and
nutrient solute information on
nutrient assessment;
other requirement essentials composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
1.5.1calcium chloride15% Cacalcium Calcium rated as
Water-soluble Ca
Tolerances:
Ca 0.7%-Point
Calcium chloride
1.5.2Calcium formate27% CaCalciumCalcium
Water-soluble Ca
Tolerances:
Ca 0.7%-Point
Calcium Formiate;
also Suspending or Release
In Water
On Suspending or Solving in water:
-
Label according to column 1:
"calcium formate liquid",
-
Minimum salary by column 2: 15% Ca.
1.5.3Magnesium-
carbonate
70% MgCO3magnesium carbonatemagnesium rated as
magnesium carbonate;
sieve passage:
97% at 0.2 mm
Tolerances:
MgCO3 2% points
The basic active ingredients in% CaCO3
Reactivity: Reactivity,
evaluated after transformation
in dilute hydrochloric acid,
at least 10%
Magnesium carbonate;
mechanical processing
of magnesite
The fertilizer may also be called" magnesite "
.
1.5.4magnesium oxide70% MgOmagnesium oxidemagnesium rated as
magnesium oxide;
screen passage:
97% at 4.0 mm
tolerances:
MgO 0.9% point
magnesium oxide
burning of magnesite only at a firing temperature
≤ 1 800 ° C
1.5.5Magnesium silicate20% MgO Magnesium OxideMagnesium rated as
Total magnesium oxide;
Screen passage:
97% at 0.2 mm
65% at 0.032 mm
Tolerances:
MgO 0.9 % point
magnesium silicates;
mechanical processing
magnesium-containing rock
1.5.6Kieserite with
Magnesium-
carbonate
20% MgOmagnesium oxide Magnesium rated as
magnesium oxide; at least
60% of the specified MgO content of water-soluble
sieve passage:
magnesite: 97% at 0.2 mm
Magnesium sulphate monohydrate, magnesium carbonate;
Kieserite in mixture with dolomite and magnesite,
also with potassium sulphate added
On addition of potassium sulphate:
-
Type-label according to column 1:
Kieserite with cali and magnesium carbonate
-
Minimum contents according to column 2:
8% MgO, 6% K2O, total 20%
 Dolomit: 97% at 3.15 mm
and 70% at 1 mm
Reactivity: Reactivity,
rated after Implementation
in dilute hydrochloric acid,
at least 10%
Tolerances:
MgO 0.9% point
K2O 1% point
-
Next type-defining ingredient by
column 3: water-soluble potassium oxide
-
Other requirements according to column 4:
potassium rated as water-soluble
K2O, maximum chloride
content in added potassium sulfate: 3% Cl.
1.5.7magnesium fertilizer suspension15% MgOmagnesium oxide Magnesium rated as
Magnesium oxide
Tolerances:
MgO 0.9% point
Magnesium oxide, -hydroxide
or magnesium salts;
Suspending in Water
1.5.9Elementary sulfurfixed:
80% S
liquid:
40% S
sulfursulfur rated as S
screen passage:
97% at 0.1 mm
tolerance:
S 0.5% point
sulfur from natural or
industrial light
1.5.10 Sulfur-
Magnesium Fertilizer
6% S
6% MgO
Sulphur;
Magnesium Oxide
Sulphur as S;
Magnesium rated as
Magnesium oxide;
Sscreening passage:
97% at 2 mm
Tolerances:
MgO 0.9% point
Ca 0.7% point
S 0.5% point
sulphates, sulphites, Hydroxides,
carbonates or oxides of calcium or magnesium from natural and industrial heat
1.5.11 Sulfur-
Calcium Fertilizer
11% S
25% Ca
Sulfur;
Calcium
Sulfur rated as S,
calcium rated as Ca;
screening pass:
97% at 1 mm
80% at 0,315 mm
Tolerances:
Ca 0.7% point
S 0.5% point
sulphates, sulphites, hydroxides, oxides or carbonates of calcium;
from spray sorption processes
in the monoprocessing of hard coal
In the context of the indications on the appropriate application, addition of the marking to the words " In dimensioning Fertilization on the Sulphur requirement ".

Section 2
Preferences for mineral multinutrient fertilizers

Presages and notes
1.
Nutrients, nutrient forms and nutrient solubilities are to be evaluated according to their labelling.
2.
Nutrient forms and nutrient solubilities in columns 3 and 4 refer to the respective numbers in the rows of Appendix 2 Tables 3 and 4.
Type label minimum retention-type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information about the
Nutrient rating;
other requirement essentials Composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
2.1 NP fertilizerfixed:
3% N
5% P2O5
as solution:
1% N
1% P2O5
total 3%
nitrogen in the
Nitrogen forms:
fixed:
3.1 to 3.10
as a solution:
3.1 to 3.4 and 3.7
phosphate in the
phosphate solubilities:
:
4.2.1 to 4.2.3
as a solution:
4.2.1
For Types of nitrogen 3.2
to 3.10 must be specified
if they are at least 1%;
for phosphate salary data and other requirements according to Appendix 2 Table 5
chemical ways, by
mixing (solid) or dissolving (solution) product obtained;
also addition of carbon lime from seaweed
also wrapping
On the addition of cabbage lime from
Seaweed:
-
Minimum level by column 2:
10% CaCO3;
-
Column 3: Calcium carbonate;
-
Column 4: Kalk rated as CaCO3;
-
Labeling according to Appendix 2
Table 10.1.6.
2.2NK fertilizer fixed:
3% N
5% K2O
as solution:
1% N
1% K2O
a total of 3%
Nitrogen in the
Nitrogen forms:
:
3.1 to 3.10
Solution:
3.1 to 3.4 and 3.7
Water-soluble potassium oxide
For nitrogen forms 3.2
to 3.10, contents must be specified if they are at least 1% min-
.
By chemical means, by mixing (solid) or loosening (solution) product obtained;
also adding cabbage lime from seaweed
also wrapping
Mixing of potassium nitrate with nitric acid the fertilizer can only be placed on the market in closed
containers.
When adding cabbage from the
seaweed:
-
Minimum level by column 2:
10% CaCO3;
-
Column 3: Calcium carbonate;
-
Column 4: Kalk rated as CaCO3;
-
Labeling according to Appendix 2
Table 10.1.6.
2.3PK fertilizer fixed:
5% P2O5
5% K2O
as suspension:
5% P2O5
5% K2O
as solution:
1% P2O5
1% K2O
total 3%
phosphate in the Phosphate solubilities 4.2.1
to 4.2.11
Water-soluble potassium oxide
For phosphate content and other requirements according to Appendix 2 Table 5 chemical way, by
mixing (solid), dissolving (solution)
or suspension (suspension) obtained product;
also under exclusive
use of ashes to
Appendix 2 Table 7.3 line 7.3.16
also wrapping
When using ash
-
minimum level after column 2 for
solid fertilizer:
2% P2O5
3% K2O,
-
in dry material granulation
2.4 NPK fertilizerfixed:
3% N
5% P2O5
5% K2O
on carrier-
material:
1% N
1% P2O5
1% K2O
a total of 4%
Solution:
1% N
1% P2O5
1% K2O
total
4%
as suspension:
3% N
4% P2O5
4% K2O
Nitrogen in the
Nitrogen shapes:
: 3.1 to 3.10
as a solution: 3.1 to 3.4, 3.7
as a suspension: 3.1 to 3.4
phosphate in the phosphate solubilities:
fixed: 4.2.1 to 4.2.7, 4.2.11
as a solution: 4.2.1
as a suspension: 4.2.1, 4.2.5, 4.2.8
water-soluble potassium oxide
For nitrogen forms 3.2
to 3.10, contents must be specified if they are at least 1%.
For phosphate:
salary data and other requirements according to Appendix 2 Table 5
Product obtained by chemical means or by mixing (solid), dissolving (solution) or suspension (suspension);
:
also release fertiliser salts in water and include in capsules
also under Using ash as per Appendix 2
Table 7.3 Line 7.3.16
also wrapping
also application to the following
carrier material:
-
Ion Exchanger on the
basis of styrene-Divinyl=
benzene copolymer
also adding coals-
acid lime from seaweed
When included in capsules, the fertilizer is to be described as "encapsulated".
When using ion exchangers, the marking should be added as follows:
" After use, the fertilizer is no longer to be used as a substance according to § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, with the exception of recycling for the same purpose, permitted and used in systems which allow the disposal of the used carrier material ".
When using ash according to column 5:
-
minimum content after column 2 for fixed
fertilizer:
2% P2O5
3% K2O,
-
with dry material granulation.
When adding cabbage seed lime
from seaweed:
-
Minimum salary by column 2:
10% CaCO3,
-
column 3: calcium carbonate,
-
Column 4: Kalk rated as CaCO3,
-
label according to Appendix 2
Table 10.1.6.
Section 3
Organic and organic fertiliser requirements
 Type label minimum contents
(based on
on TM) Type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
Nutrient-soluble information on
Nutrient assessment;
other requirement essentials Composition;
Art the Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
3.1Organic N, P, K, NP, NK, PK, or NPK fertilizer Nutrient Fertilizer according to column 1:
3% for nutrient
Zweinnutrient-and Dreinnutrient fertilizer according to column 1:
1% N
0.3% P2O5
or
0.5% K2O
Total nitrogen
Total phosphate
Total potassium oxide
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen
phosphate rated as
total P2O5
Kali rated as total K2O
Tolerances:
50% of the salary specified in%, but not more than 1% point, with exclusive use of Vinasse for K2O 3% points,
for the organic substance
50% of the salary specified in%, but not more than 5 Percentage points
Substances according to Appendix 2 Table 7.1, 7.2 and organic substances according to Appendix 2 Table 7.4;
also in liquid form
The type name of the Fertiliser must be selected according to the nutrients contained in column 1.
3.2Organic-
Minerals N-, P-, K-, NP-, NK-, PK-or NPK fertilizer
Nutrient Fertilizer according to column 1:
3% for nutrient
Zweinnutrient-and Rotary Nutrient Fertilizer according to column 1:
1.5% N
0.5% P2O5
or
1.0% K2O
Total nitrogen
Total phosphate
total potassium oxide
Nitrogen rated as
total nitrogen
phosphate rated as
total P2O5
Kali rated as total K2O
Minimum organic substance content: 10% based on TM
Tolerances:
50% of the salary specified in% but not more than 1% point,
for the organic substance
50%, but not more than
5%-points
Substances according to Appendix 2 Table 7; also in liquid formThe type name of the fertilizer is to be found according to the nutrients contained in column 2.
When using mineral fertilizer
Minimum salary according to column 2:
-
3% N,
-
3% P2O5 or
-
3% K2O.

Section 4
Preferences for fertilisers with trace nutrients as well as trace nutrient fertilizers

preliminary remarks and notes
1.
Within the framework of the information on the appropriate application, restrictions must be applied to the appropriate application (e.g. Agriculture, grassland, forestry, horticulture) and the appropriate form of application (e.g. 2.
2.
The fertilizers referred to in section 4.2 may only be placed on the market in closed packs.
4.1 Fertilisers of sections 1, 2, 3 or 5 with, in addition, the type of micronutrient substances

 
minimum contents
(related to
on TM) Additional
type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information for
nutrient assessment;
more Required Essential Composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
4.1.1Type label for fertilizers in accordance with Section 1, 2, 3, or 5,
adds "with trace nutrients"
or
by specifying "with", and by the name of the trace nutrients, or its chemical symbol in the order of column 2
0, 02% B
0,004% Co
0.02% Cu
0,04% Fe
0.02% Mn
0,002% Mo
or
0.02% Zn
boron, cobalt, copper, iron, manganese, molybdenum or zinc Track nutrients rated
as total content and
water-soluble content
Tolerances for each trace nutrient:
-
50% of the salary in%-
, but no more than 0.4%-point
-
with a content of
Total iron > 10% for
Iron 2%-points.
Mineral single-and multi-nutrient fertilizers of sections 1, 2
or 5, and fertilizers according to section 3;
also adding Trace nutrients according to section 4.2.
The fertilizer must contain at least one of the trace nutrients listed in column 3 of the
.
When placing on the market for an application in
the Agriculture other than horticulture Minimum contents according to column 2:
-
1% Fe related to TM
-
0, 2% Mn related to TM
Maximum copper 0.09% related
on TM and zinc
0.5% based on TM, excluding
is a targeted addition of
-
approved by section 4.2
trace nutrients fertilizer,
-
According to Section E1 of the EC Regulation No 2003/2003
approved trace nutrients fertilizer.
Maximum copper content 0.2% related to
TM for wood burning smoke Return
to forest areas.
4.2 Fertilizer requirements, which contain only trace nutrients as typesdetermining ingredients

Type label minimum retention type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
nutrient-soluble information for
nutrient evaluation;
other required essentials composition;
Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
4.2.1Copper hydroxide-
Suspension
22% Cucoppercopper rated as
total copper;
screen passage:
100% <
0,005 mm
Tolerances:
Cu 0.4 % Point
Copper hydroxide suspending
4.2.2 Ice salt8% Fewater-soluble ironiron rated as water-
soluble iron
Tolerances:
Fe 0.4% point
Iron (II) salt, rock flour or
dolomite;
Mixing of iron (II) salt with
rock flour or dolomite;
also chelated with glycine
The anion of the mineral salt must be specified. When glycine is added in the context of the indications on the appropriate application Labelling with the notice: "Application preference: Product is approved exclusively to the leaf application".
4.2.3 Iron-
fertilizer
6% Feironiron rated as total-
iron
Tolerances:
Fe 0.4% point
Humic acid iron salt,
iron humate,
iron huminate;
soft lignite (Leonardit) with addition of potassium hydroxide solution and iron sulphate solution
For sheet application.
The slowing effect of the iron end must be pointed out in the context of the considerations for proper application.
4.2.4Trace nutrients mixed fertiliser0.2% B
1% Fe
0.5% Cu
1% Mn
0.01% Mo
or
0.5% Zn
Bor,
Iron,
copper,
manganese,
molybdenum
or
zinc
Trace nutrients are rated
as a total;
screen pass:
98% at 1.0 mm
70% at 0.16 mm;
for granulation:
granular screen passage:
98% at 2.8 mm
70% at 1.6 mm
Tolerances:
20% for the% specified content for each element, but not more than 0.4% point
Bor and metal-containing substances, also in chelate form, in water-and non-water-soluble formThe fertilizer must have at least two of the substances listed in column 3 Trace nutrients included.
The type of starting material must be specified

Section 5
Fertilizer fertiliser requirements for fertilising lawn and ornamental plants

Preface
Declines a fertilizer to a fertiliser The type of fertilizer referred to in points 1 to 4 shall not be marked as fertilizer according to this section.

 Type label minimum contents
(based on
on TM) Type-determining
components;
nutrient forms and
Nutrient-soluble information on
Nutrient assessment;
other requirement essentials Composition;
Art the Manufacturing Special Provisions, Notes123456
5.1N-, P-, K-, NP-,
NK-, PK-or
NPK fertilizer
1% N,
1% P2O5
or
1% K2O
Nitrogen in the
Nitrogen forms 3.1
to 3.10
phosphate in phosphate solutions4.2.1
to 4.2.11
Water-soluble potassium oxide
In the case of nitrogen forms 3.2
to 3.10, salary
must be specified if it is at least 1%
,
for phosphate content and other requirements according to Appendix 2 Table 5;
Maximum content of
Biuret:
Content of
carbamide nitrogen x 0.026
Tolerances:
contents < 1%:
for each nutrient according to
column 2: 25% of the salary specified in%,
contents > 1 to 5 %:
for each nutrient according to
column 2: 0.25% point,
contents > 5%:
for each nutrient according to
column 2: 5% of the salary specified in%
.
On a chemical or
the product obtained from prepared substances according to Appendix 2 Table 7
also enveloped or in liquid form on
carrier material

For the name of the fertilizer in accordance with
column 1, the type designation corresponding to the nutrients
contained is to be selected.

footnote

Appendix 1, section 2, column 3, headline italic print: must be correctly noisy "components". unofficial table of contents

Appendix 2 (to § 1, paragraph 11, § 3, paragraphs 1 and 2, § 4 (1) and 2, § 6 (1), 2, 5, 6 and 7, § 8 (3) and (4), § 10)
Tables

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2012, 2512-2544)
Preface notices and notes for Appendix 2
1.
For mineral substrates made of mineral Ingredients marked in the context of the information on the appropriate use for an exclusive use as roofing substrates or as substrates for the interior greening shall be sufficient for the indication of contents as described in points 1.2.1 to 1.3.4, with the exception of point 1.3.3, the indication of an upper limit.
2.
Details of "Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009" refer to Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009 of the European Parliament and the Council of 21 Directive on animal by-products not intended for human consumption, and repealing Regulation (EC) No 1774/2002 (Regulation on animal by-products) (OJ L 327, 28.12.2009, p. 1).
Table 1
Labelling thresholds and limit values for ...
Side-by-pass label from ...% TM
or ... Mg/lTolerancing Limitations/Additions
of Labeling/Notes1234
1.1 ... non fertiliser-type nutrients in fertilisers other than economic fertilizers
1.1.1 Nitrogen (N) 1, 5% 25%, 1% point
1.1.2 Phosphate (P2O5) 0, 5% 25%, 1% point
1.1.3 Potassium (K2O) 0, 75% 25%, 1% point
1.1.4 sulfur (S) 0, 3% 50%, 1.5%-points For fertilisers of Sections 1 and 2
Labeling according to column 2 above 1.5%.
1.1.5Magnesium (MgO) 0, 3% 50%, 1.5%-points Magnesium rated as magnesium oxide (MgO)
For Fertilizers of sections 1 (except section 1.4) and 2 Marking from
1.7% MgO.
1.1.6sodium (Na) 0, 2% 50%, 1.5%-points For fertilizer in sections 1 and 2, label according to column 2 1.5%.
1.1.7 Water-soluble calcium (Ca) 5, 7% 0, 7%-Point For liquid fertilizer.
1.2 ... Nutrients in economic fertilizers, soil excipients, culture substrates and plant aids
1.2.1 Nitrogen (N) 0, 1% 50%, 1% pointFor soil excipients, Plant Aids.
1.2.3 Phosphate (P2O5) 0, 1% 50%, 1% pointFor soil excipients, plant aids.
1.2.5 Potassium (K2O) 0, 1% 50%, 1% point For Soil excipients, plant aids.
1.2.7Magnesium (Mg) 0, 1% 50%, 1% pointFor soil excipients, plant aids.
1.2.9 sulfur (S) 0, 1% 50%, 1% pointFor soil excipients, plant aids.
1.2.2 Nitrogen (N) 100 mg/l 50%For culture substrates.
For culture substrates with special purpose determination as for Roof substrates are subject to a declaration requirement of 50 mg/l.
For culture substrates in ground-independent applications, a labelling threshold of 50 mg N/l (soluble) and a tolerance of 50% applies.
For floor-independent applications:
In the Proper application labeling considerations:
"Application only in ground-independent procedures".
1.2.4 Phosphate (P2O5) 100 mg/l 50%For culture substrates.
For culture substrates with special purpose as for roofing substrates, a declaration requirement of 50 mg/l.
For culture substrates in ground-independent applications, a labelling threshold of 50 mg P2O5/l (soluble) and a tolerance apply. of 50%.
For floor-independent applications:
As part of the appropriate application notices,
"Application only in ground-independent procedures".
1.2.6 Potassium (K2O) 100 mg/l 50%For culture substrates.
For culture substrates with special purpose as for roof substrates, a declaration obligation is valid from 50 mg/l.
For culture substrates in floor-independent applications, a declaration requirement applies to a Labelling threshold of 50 mg of K2O/l (soluble) and a tolerance of 50%.
For ground-independent applications:
As part of the indications on the appropriate application Labelling with the hint:
" Application only in soil independent Procedure ".
1.2.8 Magnesium (Mg) 100 mg/l 50%For culture substrates.
For culture substrates with special purpose as for roofing substrates, a declaration requirement of 50 mg/l.
applies for Culture substrates in ground-independent applications are subject to an identification threshold of 50 mg Mg/l (soluble) and a tolerance of 50%.
As part of the information on the correct application Labelling with the notice:
" Application only in Ground-independent methods ".
1.2.10 sulfur (S) 100 mg/l 50% For culture substrates except for culture substrates in floor-independent applications.
For floor-independent applications:
In the frame the evidence for proper application Labeling with the following note:
"Application only in ground-independent procedures".
1.2.11 Bor 0, 01% 20%, 0.4% point For Industrial fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, plant aids.
In the context of the information on the appropriate application, additional labelling with the words "caution in boron-sensitive cultures".
For culture substrates in In the context of the information on the appropriate application, soil-independent applications should be labelled with a content of more than 0.2 mg of B/l (CAT-soluble) as follows: "Contains boron in a quantity relevant to the plant" and " Application only in the case of a plant which is suitable for use in plants. Ground-independent methods ".
1.2.12 Copper 0, 05% 20%, 0.4%-pointFor commercial fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, plant aids.
For culture substrates in soil independent Applications shall be marked as follows in the context of the information on the appropriate use, with a content of more than 0.4 mg of Cu/l (CAT-soluble): "Contains copper in the quantity of copper relevant to the plant" and " Application only in soil independent Procedure ".
1.2.13 Zinc 0, 1% 20%, 0.4% pointFor commercial fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, plant aids.
For culture substrates in ground-independent applications shall be marked as follows in the context of the information on the appropriate use, with a content of more than 1 mg of Zn/l (CAT-soluble), as follows: "Contains zinc in a quantity relevant to the plant" and " Application only in soil independent Procedure ".
1.2.14 cobalt 0, 004% 20%, 0.4% pointFor commercial fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, plant aids.
For culture substrates for soil-independent processes It is possible to dispense with a labeling of the cobalt content. In this case, as part of the appropriate application considerations, the following label is required:
"Application only in ground-independent procedures".
1.3 ... other side components, except substances according to table 1.4
1.3.2 Basically effective components (as CaO) 5% 50%, 2.5%-pointsFor fertilizers, soil excipients, Culture substrates and plant aids.
For culture substrates marked as roof substrates, only an indication of an upper limit for the basic active ingredients.
The designation neutralization value may also be added in brackets
1.3.3 Organic substance 5% 50%, 5%-pointsFor fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids.
For culture substrates in ground-independent applications:
Labeling at ...% organic
substance:
≤ 5% "contains little organic substance"
≥ 80% "contains a lot of organic substance".
1.3.4 Salt Content (in KCl/l) 0, 5 g/l 50%, 0.7 g/l For culture substrates.
1.3.5Selen (Se) 0, 0005% 25%For fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids.
For culture substrates for soil-independent processes It is possible to dispense with the labelling of the selenum content. In this case, as part of the appropriate application considerations, the following label is required:
"Application only in floor-independent
procedures".
1.3.6Chlorid (Cl) each salary 0, 2% For fertilizer other than economic fertilizer.
Optional content.
The specification "Chloride Gut" may only be used if the chloride content does not exceed 2% Cl.
1.3.7 pH value each value 0, 4 unitsFor culture substrates.


1.4 ... Pollutants
Side Component Labeling from ... mg/kg TM or other
specified
device
Tolerance in% of the marked value up to Limit value
mg/kg TM
or Other
specified
device
Restrictions/additions
of labeling/clues
1 2 3 4 5
1.4.1Arsen (As) 20 50% 40
1.4.2lead (Pb) 100 50% 150
1.4.3Cadmium (Cd)

Cadmium (Cd) for
Fertilizer from
5% P2O5 (FM)
1, 0

20 mg/kg P2O5
50% 1, 5

50 mg/kg P2O5
For the application of bark products in gardening and landscaping, excluding
food production, as well as for the cultivation and care of ornamental plants and ornamental trees, the limit value is 2.5 mg Cd/kg TM.
As part of the information on the correct application Labelling with the notice:
" Only for use in the
garden and Landscaping and for the cultivation and care of ornamental plants and ornamental trees and no application in processes that serve the production of food. "
1.4.4 Chrome (ges.) 300 50%-
1.4.5Chrome (CrVI) 1, 2 50% 2 The combustion of natural raw wood combustion space is excluded from the limit value
according to column 4, if marked by clear identification their exclusive repatriation to forestry locations.
1.4.6Nickel (Ni) 40 50% 80 For rock flours, the limit value according to column 4 can be exceeded by 50%.
1.4.7Mercury (Hg) 0, 5 50% 1, 0
1.4.8Thallium (Tl) 0, 5 50% 1, 0
1.4.9 Fluorinated Surfactants (PFT) 0, 05 0, 1 Total from perfluorooctanoic acid (PFOA) and perfluorooctane sulfonate (PFOS).
1.4.10 Total of dioxins and dl-PCBs (WHO-TEQ 2005) 1 30 ngWhen applied to grassland Fodder production and on arable land with non-use tillage after the
application, with the exception of maize crop areas, a limit value of 8 ng shall apply. If the limit value of 8 ng is exceeded, the following shall be indicated in the context of the indications for the appropriate application:
" No application on grassland for the production of fodder and on arable feedingstuffs with non-use soil processing according to the Application, with the exception of maize cultivation areas.
1
Does not apply to economic fertilizers of animal origin and fertiliser Biowaste portion.
Table 2
Nitrification and ureaase inhibitors
Substance Minimum percentage, based on the total amount of ammonium, carbamide and cyanamide nitrogen Other provisions123
2.1 nitrification inhibitors
2.1.1 Dicyandiamid 10, 0
2.1.2 Mixture of dicyandiamide and ammonium thiosulfate
Dicyandiamide:7,7
ammonium thiosulfate: 4, 8
2.1.3 Mixture of dicyandiamide and
3-methylpyrazole
2, 0 Mixture in ratio 15:1.
The content of methylpyrazole in fertilizer must not exceed 0.5%.
2.1.4 Mixture of dicyandiamide and 1 H-1,2,4-Triazole 2, 0 Mixture in ratio 10:1.
2.1.5 3,4-Dimethylpyrazolphosphate 0, 8 
2.1.6 Mixture from 1H-1,2,4-triazole and 3-methylpyrazole 0, 2 Mixture in Ratio 2:1.
2.1.7 N-((3 (5)-methyl-1H-pyrazol-1-yl) methyl) acetamide 0, 05 Max. 0.4% based on the total amount of ammonium and carbamide nitrogen.
2.1.8 Nitrapyrin [2-chloro-6-(trichloromethyl) pyridine]  The amount of application added must not exceed 500 g per ha and year
2.2 ureasehemmstoffe
2.2.1 N-(2-nitrophenyl) phosphorous acid triamide (2-NPT) Proportion, related to the
carbamide nitrogen:
0.04% to 0.15%
2.2.2 Mixture of N-butyl-thiophosphortriamide and N-propyl-thiophosphortriamide Proportion, relative to the carbamide nitrogen:
0.02% up to 0.2%
Mixture of N-butyl-thiophosphortriamide and N-propyl-thiophosphortriamide in a ratio of 3:1.
Tolerance of the proportion of NPPT: 20%

Table 3
Permitted Nitrogen forms for multi-nutrient mineral fertilizers
3.1 Total Nitrogen
3.2 Nitrate nitrogen
3.3 Ammonium Nitrogen
3.4 Carbamide nitrogen
3.5 Cyanamidembroidery
3.6 Crotonylidendiuretics nitrogen
3.7 Formaldehyde urea nitrogen
3.8 Isobutylidene diurea nitrogen
3.9 Dicyandiamide nitrogen
3.10 Acetylene Diurea Nitrogen

Table 4
Permitted Phosphorus Compounds And Phosphate Solubilities
Preface And HinweiseThe Last Digit Of The Figure In Table 4.2 Column 1 Corresponds To The in the fertilizer analysis number used for the phosphate solubilities.
4.1 Phosphorus connections
4.1.1 Phosphate (P2O5)
4.2 Phosphate Solubilities
4.2.1 water-soluble phosphate
4.2.2 neutral-ammoncitrat-soluble phosphate
4.2.3 neutral-ammoncitrate soluble and water-soluble Phosphate
4.2.4 exclusive mineralic acid soluble phosphate
4.2.5 alkalisch-ammoncitrat-soluble phosphate (Petermann)
4.2.6 soluble phosphate in 2% citric acid
4.2.7 Total phosphate, of which at least 75% of the stated content of P2O5 is soluble in alkaline ammonium citrate (Joulie)
4.2.8 Total phosphate, of which at least 55% of the stated content of P2O5 is soluble in 2% formic acid.
4.2.9 Total phosphate, of which at least 45% of the specified The content of P2O5 is soluble in 2% formic acid, at least 20% of the stated content of P2O5 water-soluble phosphate
4.2.10 in 2% citric acid and in alkaline ammoncitrate (Petermann) soluble phosphate
4.2.11Total phosphate (method: Mineral acid soluble phosphate)

Table 5
salary data and other requirements for the Phosphate component
Preface and HinweiseThe last digit of the number used for required solubilities in column 3 corresponds to the number of phosphate solubilities used in the fertilizer analysis.
Mineral
multi-nutrient fertilizer with the
type designation




1234
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a)
less than 2% water-
solvable P2O5 1
b)
2% and more water-
Soluble P2O51
Thomasphosphate, calcined phosphate,
aluminium calcium phosphate,
partially closed-up crude phosphate,
raw phosphate
5.2 Raw phosphate with water-soluble content "with raw phosphate
with water-soluble portion"
Solubility 4.2.1: 2% other phosphate types
5.3 Thomasphosphate,
Converterlime with phosphate,
next to it
calcined phosphate,
monocalcium phosphate or dicalcium phosphate
used
phosphate types
Other phosphate types named in column 1
5.4 Dicalciumphosphate "with dicalciumphosphate" Other Phosphate types
5.5 Crude phosphate "with raw phosphate" Solubility 4.2.1: 2.5%
Solubility 4.2.3: 5%
Solubility 4.2.4: 2%
Thomasphosphate,
glow phosphate,
Aluminium calciumphosphate
5.6 Part-attached raw phosphate "with partially enclosed raw phosphate" Solubility 4.2.1: 2.5%
Solubility 4.2.3: 5%
Solubility 4.2.4: 2%
Thomasphosphate,
calcined phosphate,
aluminum calcium phosphate
5.7 phosphate fertilizer from
[specification according to table 6.2]
" with phosphate fertilizer from [Fabric to
Table 6.2] "
Solubility 4.2.1: 2.5%
Solubility 4.2.3: 5%
Solubility 4.2.4: 2%
other phosphate types
5.8 softer raw phosphate "with softer raw phosphate" Solubility 4.2.1: 2.5%
Solubility 4.2.3: 5%
Solubility 4.2.4: 2%
Other Phosphate Species
1
The proportion of exclusively mineral acid soluble P2O5 must not exceed 2%.

Table 6
Special starting materials for certain mineral fertilizers by plant 1
Presages and notes
The following starting materials used as a main ingredient for certain fertilizers are often residues from production processes that are not geared to the production of these starting materials. These substances may therefore be subject to additional special requirements in the respective preliminary remarks or in the specifications for individual types of fertilizer in Appendix 1.
Starting material,
fabric group, or
origin restriction-supplemental specifications and notes 123
6.1 ammonium sulfate solution from the [designation according to column 1] according to Appendix 1 number 1.1.12
6.1.1 Abair cleaning Production and processing of food, food and feed and alcohol production,
Energy production,
Livestock Plants
sewage treatment plants
Treatment of bio-waste
mechanical-biological waste treatment
6.1.2 Exhaust Gas Cleaning Combustion Plants
6.1.4 Wastewater Treatment communal and operational waste water treatment
6.1.3 aerobic or anaerobic
treatment of organic substances
Substances according to Tables 7.1, 7.2, and 7.4
6.1.5 biotechnological
treatment of [ fabric after Table 7.1 or Table 7.2]
Substances according to Tables 7.1 and 7.2
6.1.6 Manufacture of hydrocyanic acid light Released Cyanide
Max. 5 mg/kg TM
6.1.9 Manufacture of life and pleasure products Manufacture of sweetener
Processing of Sugar beet
6.1.8 Production of Caprolactam 
6.1.10 Preparation of aluminum salt slags Absorption of Ammonia gas
6.1.11 Metal processing Extraction and Processing of tungsten
6.1.12 Treatment of wood with ammonia gas Wooden smoked egg with ammonia gas
6.1.20 Reutilization of already used ammonium sulfate solutions Regeneration of NH4-loaded zeolites in the preparation of used ammonium sulfate solutions
6.2 phosphate fertilizer from the [designation according to column 1] according to Appendix 1 number 1.2.9
6.2.1 Scoop of bone
of animal origin
Substances according to Table 7.2, point 7.2.1
6.2.2 Burn of fabrics
of animal origin
Brennraustitching of animal
starting materials according to table 7.2, according to
, in accordance with line 7.3.16
In granulated or dustbound form,
screen crossing
-
at 0.1 mm max. 0.2%,
-
at 0.05 mm max. 0.05%,
-
at 0.01 mm max. 0.005%.
6.2.3 Burning
sewage sludges
Ashes of sewage sludges according to
Table 7.4, point 7.4.3, in accordance with line 7.3.16
In granulated or dustbound form,
screen pass
-
at 0.1 mm max. 0.2%,
-
at 0.05 mm max. 0.05%,
-
at 0.01 mm max. 0.005%.
6.2.4 Phosphate Precipitation Cases of Mineral Phosphate with
Calcium chloride,
Limemilk,
Magnesium Chloride,
Magnesium Oxide or hydroxide
As far as fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 1.2, point 1.2.1 or
number 1.2.2.
6.2.5 Melting gasifier Substances according to Table 7 Process temperature ≥ 1 450 ° C
No addition of substances according to Table 8.3.
6.3 Potassium fertilizer from the [designation according to column 1] according to Appendix 1 number 1.3.4
6.3.1 Processing Vinasse
6.3.2 Processing of oil and fats Oils and fats of plant origin derived from biodiesel production
Oils and fats of animal origin
-
from the food and
feed production,
-
from biodiesel production,
-
from the processing of woollen
XX_ENCODE_CASE_One saponification, Esterification or transesterification of oils and fats.
Methanol content up to 2%.
6.3.3 Preparation of ash Combustion Smoke Screens of vegetable
starting materials according to Table 7.1 in accordance with Line 7.3.16
Also leaching ash for the
production of potassium carbonate.
6.4 lime fertiliser from the [designation according to column 1] according to Appendix 1 number 1.4.6
6.4.1 Extraction or workmanship of limestone or dolomite Screen passage:
-
97% at 3,15 mm,
-
70% at 1.0 mm.
6.4.2 Production of nitrogen fertilizers Schwarzkalk from the production of
lime nitrogen,
conversion lime from the Oddaverfahren,
lime from the stripping of ammonia with CaSO4
6.4.3 Manufacture of breathing kalk Residues from the production of the Kalkes No residues from use in medical facilities.
6.4.4 Production of sugar From the processing of sugar beet.
From the processing of milk sugar.
The addition of lime and carbon dioxide
In the processing of sugar beet, the name of the fertilizer type may be supplemented by
Carbokalk.
6.4.5 Recovery of
Eiershells
Screen passage:
-
97% at 3.15 mm,
-
70% at 1.0 mm.
Note:
Category 3 material after the Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009.
6.4.6 Dress-up of drinking and service water From de-carbonatization and
hardening.
Screen passage:
-
97% at 3.15 mm,
-
70% at 1.0 mm.
Iron rated as Fe2O3 ≤ 5% based on TM.
manganese rated as MnO ≤ 5% based on TM.
No sludges from the De-ironation and the removal of manganese.
6.4.7 Phosphate Precipitation in
Clear drain water
From the phosphate precipitation with lime in communal and comparable in-company waste water treatment plants. Screen passage: 97% at 1.0 mm.
6.4.8 acetylene production No addition of suspension aid.
6.4.9 Production of paper Faserkalk from the preparation of
fresh fibers from the production of white paper or cardboard production from fresh wood, including paper sludge that is produced in this process.
As part of the considerations for proper use, it should be pointed out that N immobilization is not possible.
Without the addition of precipitants,
with the exception of lime.
Without the addition from biocides.
6.4.10 Burn of paper Ashes from the energetic use of paper residues from paper production.
No ash out of the flue gas path, with the exception of the first filtering unit. No condensate filter sludges.
Without mixed combustion with alto papers or with other substances.
6.4.11 Burn herbal substances Combustion Smoke Screens from natural plant starting materials according to
Table 7.1.
No ash from the flue gas path, except for the first filter unit. No condensate filter sludges.
Screen passage:
-
90% at 6.3 mm,
-
70% at 3.15 mm
6.4.12 Burn of brown coal Briquetting brown coal ash from the exclusive combustion of lignite.
No ash from the flue gas path, except from the first filtering unit. No condensate filter sludges.
6.4.13 Desulphurisation of exhaust gases From the combustion of hard coal. By spray sorption method (SAV),
by dry additive method (TAV),
by combustion in fluidised bed process.
6.4.14 Production of Siedesalz Carbonate precipitation from the sodium chloride-brine, brine or cavernous brine.
6.4.15 Dress-up of sea algae
6.4.16 anaerobic treatment of organic substances
(fermentation residues)
Out of anaerobic preparation of
Substances according to Tables 7.1, 7.2 and 7.4.
6.4.17 Extraction of carbon dioxide from natural waters Iron rated as Fe2O3 ≤ 5% based on TM
6.4.18 Dress-up of Wiesenkalken, Mergel lime-containing natural deposits, also limestone floors. Minimum level according to column 2 for type after Appendix 1, point 1.4.6 [Kalkfertilizer from ...]:
15% CaO i. d.TM.
6.4.19 sulfated pulp production 
6.4.20 Sodamanufacture
6.4.21 Preparation of Goat calks Supplement to label:
"No application on grassland or on
surfaces ordered with vegetables or field fodder".
6.4.22 Production of aerated concrete Residues from the production from
aerated concrete.
Only unavoidable shares of shale oils according to numbers 8.1.1 and 8.1.2.
6.4.23 Manufacture of block beton From the Processing of concrete blocks.Without the addition of oils and additives.
At least 65% limestone share.

Table 7
Main components
Preceptions and Notes
1.
Table 7 contains
1.1
as the main component of fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 1, 2, 4, and 5, if applicable additional permitted or fertiliser referred to in Appendix 1, section 3 only permitted starting materials (cf. § 3),
1.2
permitted for soil excipients, culture substrates or plant aids as the main component Starting materials (cf. § 4).
2.
Fixed fertilizers other than fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids may only be used crushed and ready to be placed on the market. A screen passage of at least 90% ≤ 20 mm applies without prejudice to other special requirements for the screening passage.

The exception to this is soil adjuvants and culture substrates, whose specific application is a coarser structure. . In this case, in the context of the information on the appropriate application, the specific purpose of the application, as well as the contents exceeding a screen passage of 20 mm, must be marked.
3.
Where reference is made in column 3 to a particular hazard with regard to phytosanitary properties, this is particularly true in terms of danger
a)
harmful organisms referred to in Directive 2000 /29/EC,
b)
thermoresistente viruses, in particular those from the Tobamovirus group or
c)
fungal pathogens with resistant permanent organs, in particular Synchytrium endobioticum, Sclerotinia-species, Rhizoctonia solani, Plasmodiophora brassicae.
4.
For Substances subject to the Biowaste Ordinance shall be subject to the requirements set out in this Regulation. This Regulation shall not affect the provisions of this Regulation.
 Starting material,
fabric group, or
origin limitation allowed starting material supplemental specifications and notes123
7.1 Planting fabrics
7.1.1 Organic soil material Torf,
Moorschlamm,

Heilerde
Corg≥ 10%
For peat: "Hochmoor-" or
"Niedermoortorf" with degree of decomposition.
For healers: no drug residue.
7.1.2 Planting fabrics from
-
of life, enjoyment, or
Feed production,
-
agriculture,
-
forestry,
-
the gardening and landscaping
building, each including the industry's
fabrics
-
the manufacture of technical alcohols,
-
power generation,
-
processing Heil and
spice plants
as well as
-
kitchens and canine waste,
-
reet,
-
Humic Acids,
-
Algae,
-
Sphagnum










The fabric used after Column 2 shall be given.
Heating and spice plants and residues thereof, provided that only water or ethanol have been used as extraction agents during processing.
In the case of reet or wood, only chemically
untreated, without residues from a previous use.
No castor red.
Note:
Especially for beets and residues from beet processing as well as potatoes and residues from potato processing including potato fruit water is referred to in § 5 paragraph 2 Point 2.
Note:
includes flotate, fugate, and sludge of vegetable origin; for all the floats, fugates and sludges, recovery is only permitted if there is no mixing with
waste water at the site of seizage or Sludges outside the specific production process and
cleaning agents used in the processing process cannot enter the sludges.
Vegetable substances from forestry and garden and landscaping (mulch compost) may also be used as soil adjuvant.
7.1.3 Organic substances from filtration Filtration residues from the production of life, pleasure and feedingstuffs Also with contained organic
filter materials made of cellulose, corn starch or mineral filter material according to
Table 8.3,
in the Indication of the filter materials used.
Note:
In particular, for beets and residues from beet processing, as well as potatoes and residues from potato processing, including potato fruit water referred to § 5 (2) (2).
7.1.4 Planting filter material aus der biological Abluftreinigung exhaust air cleaning as part of the production and processing of food and feed, animal by-products and of stables. Biofilter materials also for exhaust air purification exclusively from on-site composting and fermentation plants, insofar as only substances which are authorised as starting material under this Regulation are processed.
7.1.5 RizinusschrotOnly with safe contents of Ricin (Ricinsalary maximum 50 mg per kg TM Rizinusschrot)
in dustbound form,
screening pass:
-
at 0.1 mm max. 0.2%,
-
at 0.05 mm max. 0.05%,
-
at 0.01 mm max. 0.005%,
Placing on the market only in closed
packs,
  only after a treatment with means (denaturation), Prevent the inclusion of animals (in particular dogs),
do not mix with substances that provide an incentive for animals to be taken by animals
,
within the framework of the information on the appropriate application and storage Information:
" When storing and delivering the
fertilizer, necessary precautions must be taken to prevent animals from being taken up. Mixing and processing with substances which are an incentive for animals to be taken up must not be carried out. Irritant effects are possible for sensitive people. "
Complementary to the marking as part of the information on the appropriate
application:
" Application specification: Fertilizer is to be introduced directly into the ground
or
directly "
7.1.6 Vegetable Abfish and Accountable Components of the drive
from the water management
Natural-loaded starting materials after
aerobic or anaerobic treatment.
7.1.7 Pilzsubstrates
a)
from the food mushroom production
b)
from the enzyme production
c)
from drug production
Treatment to complete destruction of fungal mycelium, no fungicides.
indication of the treatment process used.
To column 2 letter b:
for the production of life, pleasure or feedingstuffs.
To column 2 (c):
fungal mycele of the Penicillium chrysogenum and Acremonium chrysogenum.
supplement to the marking in the context of the information on the appropriate
application: " Direct insertion or
immediate work-in. "
7.1.8 Fermentation residues of herbal origin
a)
from the enzyme production
b)
from the vitamin
To column 2 (a):
for the production of life,
To column 2 (b):
from the production of vitamin B2 for the production of food, pleasure and
feedingstuffs.
Complementary to the marking in the context of the information on the appropriate
Application:
"Application preference:
direct input or immediate
work."
7.1.9 Vegetable protein hydrolysate and plant amino acids Supplement to the label as part of the appropriate
application:
" Application preference:
direct introduction or an immediate
work. "
7.1.10 Kohlen Braunkohle, also Leonardit, Xylith, not as a residue from previous production or Processing processes
Wood charcoal with a carbon content of at least 80% C in the TM made of chemically untreated wood
Usage:
-
as the starting material for culture substrates,
-
as a carrier substance in conjunction with
, the addition of nutrients through
approved fertilizers,
-
Xylith, Leonardit also as
soil adjuvant.
7.2 Tierische Fabrics
7.2.1 Animal by-products Substances approved under Regulation (EC)
No 1069/2009:
1.
Material under Article 9
a)
Valid after Article 9 (a),
Festmist, Jauche (= liquid manure in the
sense of Regulation (EC)
1069/2009), of which
except Guano,
b)
Stomach and intestinal contents
Article 9, point (a),
c)
Substances from the treatment of
waste water in accordance with Article 9
letter b,
d)
Fabrics of animals and animal parts
in accordance with Article 9 (f),
e)
Milk-containing milk by
Article 9 (c), in so far as this
milk is withdrawn from the agricultural
operation at most in the quantity of
that has been contaminated by the
2.
Material according to article 10
No use of animal fats as starting material (addition of fats as
secondary components)
See table 8
number 8.3.4).
For substances in column 2, number 1
, point c, and d:
-
Avoid transport only in closed
packs or containers, on
storage, avoid storage by livestock
.
-
For solid fabrics:
= diffused,
= in dust-bound form, e.g. B.
granulated,
= Sscreening at 0.1 mm
max. 0.5%.
For fabrics according to column 2, point 1
, point c to e supplement to the
Labeling:
-
Additional specification of the category as applicable according to
Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009
-
The following
information is available as part of the
application and
storage considerations. " Application Preferences:
= For storage, transport, and off-
delivery, necessary pre-
rungen are to be taken to avoid the uptake of farm animals.
= When applied to landlord-
Arable surfaces
are substances to be incorporated immediately.
= No application on landlord-
shared grassland.
= On other green areas a-
finally ornamentals, sports trash etc. after the application water. "
= "No mixture with feedingstuffs."
For substances according to column 2, point 2
supplement to labelling:
-
Additional specification of the category that is applicable by
Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009
, and the actual starting material used.
-
As part of
proper application and
storage considerations,
:
= " Application Preferences: For location-
, transport, and delivery, necessary precautions must be taken to "
=" No mixture of feedingstuffs. "
For substances according to column 2, point 2 for
exclusive use for
use in the house and garden
, and at maximum Carriage size up to 25 kg Supplement:
-
Additional specification of the following
Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009
, as well as the actual starting material used.
-
"For fertilization in the house and
garden."
-
As part of the
proper application and
storage considerations,
= "
preferences: green spaces, ornamentals, sports trash, etc. "
=" Do not mix with feedingstuffs. "
For all substances according to column 2, point 1
(c):
The recovery is only permitted if
does not have a Mixing with
waste water or sludges outside
of the specific production, and

cleaning agents used in the processing process cannot get into the
fabrics.
Note:
-
The required label
under Regulation (EU) No 142/2011 in Article 17 will be , with the exception of substances under column 2 (2) for exclusive use in the home and small garden, and for maximum
containers up to 25 kg.
-
The manure within the meaning of Regulation (EC)
1069/2009 are excrement
and/or urine of farm animals, with or without litter, including jauche,
Festmist, and Guano, each
unprocessed or processed in
in accordance with Annex IV and V in compliance with Annex XI to Regulation (EU) No 142/2011. For guidance on the necessary hygienisation, see also animal NebV, as well as in the following
EFSA opinions:
-
Question N ° EFSA-Q-2003-097,
-
Question N ° EFSA-Q-2004-104,
-
Question N ° EFSA-Q-2006-126.
7.2.2 Animal excrement not from farm animals Home animals and others (a) where these are not livestock within the meaning of Article 3 (6) of Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009. The animal type is to be specified.
Note:
z. For example, animals from zoos
7.2.3 Fermentation residue
of animal origin
From the enzyme production. For the production of food, food, food and feed.
7.2.4 Guano From Seevögeln or from Fledermice. The animal species and the percentage of Guano in the product must be specified.
7.2.5 Waste water from the
processing of [fabric according to
number 7.2.1 to 7.2.3]
The expression in the square bracket is by the respective Replace the substance according to column 1. For waste water from substances in accordance with 7.2.1, the labelling requirements according to line 7.2.1.
7.3 Mineral fabrics
7.3.1 Fertilizer Fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 1, 2 and 4.
Fertilizer according to Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003, Annex 1, Section A to E.
Also for the nutritional supplement of a
starting material which is already capable of being used as a soil adjuvant, culture substrate or plant auxiliary according to Table 7.1 or Table 7.2.
Fertilizers supplied are to be specified.
7.3.2 Fire-extinguishing powder
(ABC powder)
As long as ammonium phosphate is included as the main ingredient. The hydrophobicization must not preclude sufficient plant availability.
7.3.3 Mineral wool, rock woolAs a carrier substance.
Use as starting material for culture substrates in conjunction with the addition of nutrients with
" Application
:
Only use in systems that allow disposal after use. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, except for the same purpose, is not permitted. "
7.3.4 Gestein Gear of different grain
also Bims, trass, tuff, basalt, oil shale, slate, wind shale, lava
no waste (e.g. B. Bauschutt).
As structural material for culture substrates.
Scots and gravel only for roof substrates.
The starting rock is in addition to the labeling after Specify column 2.
7.3.5 Gesteinsmehle Also derived flours from the breakdown of rocks, but no other waste (e.g. B. Bauschutt). Also in a prepared form.
The starting rock is to be specified in addition to the label according to column 2.
7.3.6 Sand Sande of natural origin,
no waste sande,
no sande from sand scavels.
The Precautionary values of the federal soil protection and old-load ordinance in accordance with
Annex 2, point 4 BBodSchV are to be observed
.
7.3.7 Perlite Perlite of natural origin,
no waste.
As the starting material for culture substrates.
To increase the pore volume
(soil adjuvant).
7.3.9 Zeolite zeolite of natural origin. As Starting material for culture substrates.
7.3.11 Floor material Ground material of natural origin. Use as a source material for
soil excipients and culture substrates
as structural material and as a carrier substance.
The precautionary values of the federal soil protection and old-law ordinance according to
Annex 2, point 4 BBodSchV must be followed by
.
7.3.12 Sound
Also raw, toned, tonsshale,
expanded clay and other clay granules,
no Waste tone.
As structure material and carrier substance.
To improve the absorption and storage capacity of water and
nutrients.
Please specify the starting material according to column 2.
The precautionary values of the federal soil protection and old-load ordinance according to
Annex 2, point 4 BBodSchV are to be observed
.
7.3.13 TonmineraleBentonite, Vermiculite,
no waste.
As structure material and carrier substance.
To improve uptake-and Storage capacity of water and
Nutrients.
7.3.15 Ziegelbruch
-
Ziegelsand,
-
brick splint,
-
Ziegelbruch.
Use as a starting material for
culture substrates.
From sortenrein
No loose or adherent mortar or concrete.
The use of coated material is only available in case of inert, or inert, constricted, or non-stick material. Glazes which comply with the product standard DIN EN 1304.
Within the framework of the Considerations on the appropriate application Labelling specification:
"No application on land used for food production".
7.3.16 Aches from [fabric
according to table 7.1, 7.2 or table 7.4]
Burn of substances according to Table 7.1, 7.2 or 7.4, also in mixture.
No ash from the flue gas path, except from the first filtering unit.
None Condensate filter sludges.
Levy in granulated or dustbound form.
Screen passage:
at 0.1 mm max. 0.2%,
at 0.05 mm max. 0.05%,
at 0.01 mm max. 0.005%. Ashes from Table 7.4 must have a sieve passage of 98% at 0.63 mm and 90% at 0.16 mm before granulation or dust binding.
7.3.17 Earth from the cleaning of
agricultural products
Rübenwasch-und -anhangerde,
potato washing and hangerde as well as
Vegetable washing and -hangerde
Especially for beets and residues from beet processing as well as potatoes and residues from potato processing including potato fruit water as well as residues from the
vegetable processing is based on the requirements according to § 5, paragraph 2, point 2.
7.3.18 Ashes from the combustion of hard coal-Rust ash,
-wet slag,
-Kesselsand,
- Kesselgrus,
-Melting chamber granulate.
For culture substrates, soil excipients and plant aids.
In granulated or dustbound form.
None Filter ashes.
Screen passage:
at 0.125 mm max. 10%,
at 0.063 mm max. 7.5%.
7.3.19 Production of paper Fiber from the preparation of fresh fibres from the production of white paper, as well as in this process
waste paper sludge.
As soil adjuvant and culture substrate.
Without the addition of precipitants,
with the exception of lime.
Without the addition of waste paper.
In the context of the information on the appropriate application, use as a soil adjuvant for the N immobilization in a
7.4 Other substances and organisms, also mixtures
7.4.1 Wastewater from the production of synthetic methionine Supplement the label as part of the appropriate
application considerations:
"Application preference:
direct insertion."
7.4.2 sludges, flotates and
Fugate from the food industry
From
Milk Processing,
-
Beverage Creation,
-
gelatine creation,
-
Manufacture of herbal life and
Genussmittel.
Recovery only if you are using the There is no mixing with waste water or sludges outside the specific production process and no cleaning agents can enter the sludges.
Starting materials in each case only be prepared with substances which are necessary for the necessary waste water. and sludge treatment, including hygienisation or other necessary treatment

The addition of lime only in a quality which corresponds to approved fertilizers.
indication of the substances added during the preparation and the respective purpose of the addition (e.g.
Note:
In particular, for beet and residues from beet processing, as well as potatoes and residues from the Potato processing including potato fruit water and residues from the
vegetable processing are referred to the requirements of § 5 (2) (2).
7.4.3 Sewage Sludges Sewage Sludge according to Abfclarification V, which are allowed for application to Abfclarification V. The addition of lime only in a quality that
The addition of bio-waste, only in the context of the preparation (e.g. In the digestion tower) and only in a quality that complies with the Biowaste Ordinance.
Processing of the starting materials only with substances necessary for the necessary treatment of waste water and sludge, including hygienisation or other

No recycling of raided material, sand traps; no recycling of floats or fat deposits from foreign sewage treatment plants (also not in the context of sludge treatment).
the preparation of added substances and the respective purpose of the addition (e. g. For example, for conditioning, hygienization, precipitation), when adding calken, specifying the added
percentage in%.
7.4.4 Organic waste Biowaste according to § 2 number 1 Biowaste Ordinance from separate collection from private household items and from small scale.
Kitchen and catering waste.
Note:
The TierNebV and BioAbfV are in accordance with
.
7.4.5 Lebende microorganisms Bacteria,
mushrooms.
Use
-
as Soil vaccines,
-
to stimulate the plants-
growth and improve the
vitality of plants.
The organisms used are

Note:
Reference is made to the specifications of the genetic engineering right.
7.4.6 Killed microorganisms From Fire Fire Bacteria gewonnenes Preparation. Only in destroyed DNS.
7.4.7 Synthetic Polymers From 1 January 2017 use only,
to the extent that all components and the end product are to be dismantled by at least 20% in two years, except for those components used exclusively in closed systems and then be disposed of. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act is not permitted.
To improve the water retention of floors.
In case of use according to column 2, second subset, from 1.1.2017 Supplement
of the label with the words:
" Application preference:
Only use in systems that allow disposal after use. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, except for the same purpose, is not permitted. "
7.4.8 Heilerden No used earners. Without the addition of medicines, body care products and comparable substances.
7.4.9 Styropor Also known as Styromull. Use as starting material for culture substrates.
supplement to the Marking as part of the appropriate
application:
" Application preference:
Use only in systems that allow disposal after use. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, except for the same purpose, is not permitted. "
7.4.10 Carbamide Methanal Condensation Product Organic-synthetic resin foam Use as a ground aid to improve the
Water retention capability.
7.4.11 Hortensienblau ammonium aluminum sulfate Use as a plant assistant for the
colouring of petals in hydrangeas.
7.4.12 Fischteichschlamm Fischteichschlamm, Fischteichsedimente und Filterslumme aus der Fischproduktion in der Peichwirtschaft pursuant to § 2 (1) in conjunction with Annex 1 (1) (a) of the Biowaste Regulation

Table 8
Subcomponents
Presiders and notices
1.
By-components are also all substances according to Table 1. However, in the case of preparation aids according to Table 8.1 and application auxiliaries according to Table 8.2, they are substances, the addition of which as a rule is purposefully based on an additional benefit in terms of production or use (cf. Section 3 (1) Point 2 and Section 4 (1) (2) shall be used as an aid to support the application or treatment.
By-components, including foreign substances as defined in Table 8.3, which have no use of fertilizer, cannot therefore be used. only and-apart from specially marked exceptions-are also not an overriding component of fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids.
2.
Tables 8.1 and 8.2 are not exhaustable, but the substances in Tables 8.1 and 8.2 according to column 1 can only be found under the measures taken in columns 2 and 3. Table 8.3 is finally designed (see in particular). also § 3 (1) and § 4 (1)).
Starting material
or fabric group limitation
of acceptable starting material further runs, also
for the purpose of adding,
Supplemental preferences, notes123
Table 8.1 dress-up aid
8.1.1 Mineral oilsHighly refined base oils, in particular
-
high-purity white oils,
-
hydrocarbon wax
-
Petrolatum.
Addition to dust binding, as
anti-caking agent and for hydrophobicization.
No used mineral oils and their
Follow-up products (e.g. For example, from the cosmetics industry, food technology,
separating oils, oils from the automotive sector).
8.1.2 Oils from renewable raw materials In the case of used oils, only those from food and feed production. 
8.1.3 Synthetic Polymers From 1.1.2017 use only,
to the extent that all components and the end product are at least 20% in two years, except those components which are used exclusively in closed systems and are subsequently disposed of. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act is not permitted.
To control the water content
(Flockungs-und

In the case of use according to column 2, second part, from 1.1.2017 supplement within the framework of the considerations for the appropriate application:
" Application preference:
To use only in systems that allow disposal after use. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, except for the same purpose, is not permitted. "
8.1.4 precipitant
-
iron salts, also -oxides,
-
Iron Oxide Hydroxides,
-
Iron Hydroxides,
-
Aluminum Salts,
-
Magnesium salts,
-
Kalk.
For the precipitation of phosphorus and sulfur.
When using iron salt,
Iron oxides, iron oxyhydroxide or iron hydroxide in biogas plants, which may be included in the fresh mass of the substance to be prepared for the binding of sulphides
to a maximum of 0.1%, shall be valid for the added amount of the substance to be treated. Precipitants an increase in the limit values according to Table 1.4:
-
for Arsen, line 1.4.1 Column 4:
80 mg/kg TM,
-
for nickel, line 1.4.6 column 4:
120 mg/kg TM.
When precipitation with iron or aluminium-
salts is used as part of the instructions for Appropriate application to a
possible reduced effectiveness of the phosphate.
8.1.5 Perlite Perlite natural Origin,
not used perlite.
In the context of aerobic treatment and improvement of the odor problem and the water balance.
8.1.6 Nickel
-
Nickel sulfathexahydrat,
-
Nickel complexed with EDTA
To support methane formation during fermentation.
For the preparation aid nickel
, the limit for nickel according to
Table 1.4, line 1.4.6, for which to be fermentable Mixing and for the fermented substrate the limit value is unchanged.
8.1.9 [Other] All others in support of the dress-up, including Mapping as far as not included in
number 8.1.1 to 8.1.5.
In the context of the marking according to point 10.2.3 for the bracket expression according to column 1 of the particular substance.
Table 8.2 Application Aids
8.2.1 dress-up aid Substances according to Table 8.1. Insofar as substances according to Table 8.1 as
Application aids are used, the requirements are applicable.
8.2.2 Nitrification Inhibitors Substances according to Table 2.1. Addition after pre-remark Appendix 1, point 2.2, as well as appropriate
economic fertilizers.
8.2.3 Ureasehemmstoffe Substances according to Table 2.2. Addition after pre-remark Appendix 1, point 2.2, and appropriate
Economic fertilizers.
8.2.4 Wrapping Substances Encore after preliminary remark Appendix 1 Number 2.3.
8.2.5 Medium to Granulation Encore Preliminary remark Appendix 1, point 2.4.
8.2.6 complexing agent Chelators and other complexing agents according to Table 9. Addition to track nutrient fertilizer of section 4.2.
8.2.7 Aluminium oxides For the young plant cultivation in ornamental plant construction as a buffer system for nutrients (especially P) in culture substrates.
To control the P availability for culture substrates.
supplement in the frame the considerations for the appropriate application:
" Application preference:
Only use in systems that allow separate disposal after use. A subsequent recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act is not permitted. "
8.2.8 Synthetic Organic
ion exchanger
Only to the extent permitted for use for individual fertilizers according to the type specifications in Appendix 1. Supplement within the framework of the considerations on the appropriate Application:
" Application preference:
To use only in systems that allow separate disposal
after use. A subsequent
recovery for use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act is not permitted. "
8.2.9 Synthetic Polymers From the 1.1.2017 Use only,
to the extent that all components and the end product degrade at least 20% in two years, except for those synthetic polymers which are
1.
is used only in closed
systems, and then
is discarded. A subsequent
recovery for use as a fabric
in accordance with § 2 of the Fertilizer Act, except for
for the same purpose, is not allowed;
2.
as a wrapping substance for Fertilizer for
control of nutrient availability
For culture substrates to improve water absorption and the Water retention capacity.
In case of use according to column 2, point 1 as of 1.1.2017 Labelling as part of the appropriate application:
" Application preference:
Only use in systems that separate after use Enable disposal
. A use as a substance in accordance with § 2 of the Fertiliser Act, except for the same purpose, is not permitted. "
8.2.11 Network Means
-
surfactants,
-
Paraffin oils,
no perfluorosurfactants.
Use only as far as all
components and the final product to be completely dismantled.
For better distribution of nutrients on plants and for the easier re-wetting of culture substrates with water.
8.2.19 [Other] All other substances used in support of an appropriate application. Mapping as far as not
number 8.2.1 until 8.2.11.
In the context of the marking in accordance with point 10.2.3, the substance must be named after column 1 for the parenthesis expression.
Table 8.3 Foreign components
8.3.1 Plant Protection and
Plant Hardening agents
As far as plant protection law uses such use No indication of contents of plant protection and plant fertilisers according to fertilizer law.
Use and labelling shall be carried out with regard to the Plant protection and
plant strength agents according to the
measures taken in plant protection law.
8.3.2 phosphite Insofar as inevitable Ingredient in phosphate fertilizers and multi-nutrient fertilizers and plant aids.No addition.
A natural content of phosphite is
specify.
8.3.3 Alcohol
-
From food production or feed production,
-
ethanol from renewable Raw materials,
-
glycerine, also crude glycerine from the production of biodiesel.
Added to improve plant utilization.
Encore only in the context of anaerobic processing of organic material up to 75 from hundred/FM according to Table 7.
After anaerobic treatment, only unavoidable shares may be used
glycerine from the production of biodiesel, if it has a minimum content of 70 of the hundred crude glycerine and a residual methanol content of not more than 3 per hundred.
8.3.4 Fat And Fat Residue
-
Residues of life-, Food or feedingstuffs,
-
From the production of biodiesel,
-
Fats made of material Category 3 in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009
Addition to improve plant utilization.
Only with anaerobic preparation
organic Material up to 75 from
100/FM according to Table 7.
After anaerobic treatment, only unavoidable shares may be included.
8.3.5 Biologically degradable
Materials (BAW)
Substances that are based on the standard
-
DIN EN 13432 (im Beuth-Verlag GmbH,
Berlin, published and archived at the German
Patent Office in Munich in an archive-wise
) or
-
DIN EN 14995
certified.
Only unavoidable shares in the recovery of substances according to Table 7.
Only in the case of aerobic treatment of the entire organic material, even after a previous fermentation.
8.3.7 Minerals filter material-Bleicherde,
-Kieselgur,
-Perlite.
Use of the Filtration residues with mineral filter material only with the exclusive filtering of substances according to Table 7.
In the case of filtration residues with diatomaceous earth:
-
Filtrations
content ≤ 75%,
-
Particle crystalline silica with
Diameter below 50 µ m ≤ 0.1%.
-
Screen passage:
≤ 0.10 mm max. 0.2%,
≤ 0.05 mm max. 0.1%,
≤ 0.01 mm max. 0.005 %.
-
As part of the considerations for the sach-
compliant application, the preference: " Application preference:
Application only with immediate
incorporation. No top-level
application in vegetable, grassland, or
fodder, and no use of
dry materials. "
8.3.8 Cleaner and
disinfectant
No perfluorosurfactants. Only unavoidable parts within the scope of necessary cleaning and disinfection of stables and Attachments.
8.3.9 Altpapier, stones, Glas, Metall, Karton, Kunststoffe Insofar as raw material is not based on
Table 7.
Only unavoidable shares in the recovery of substances according to Table 7.
8.3.10 Selen The addition of sodium selenate only and only if feed law does not prevent the addition of
.
As part of the information on the appropriate application, the

See also the dimensions according to Table 1, point 1.3.5.
8.3.11 Other unavoidable fabrics Only unavoidable shares in the production of substances according to § 2 of the Fertiliser Act.
For pollutants see also measurements according to table 1.4.

Table 9
complexing agent
Complex Ingredient Empirical Formula123
Table 9.1 Chelators
9.1.1 DTPA Diethylentriaminepentaacetic Acid C14H23O10N3
9.1.2 EDDCHA Ethylenediamine-di-(5-Carboxy-2-hydroxyphenyl) Acetic Acid C20H20O10N2
9.1.3 EDDHA Ethylenediamine Di- (O-hydroxyphenyl) Acetic Acid C18H20O6N2
9.1.4 EDDHMA Ethylenediamine-di-(O-Hydroxy-P-Methylphenyl) Acetic Acid C20H24O6N2
9.1.5 EDTA Ethylenediaminetetraacetic Acid C10H16O8N2
9.1.6 HEDTA Hydroxy-2-ethylenediaminetriacetic acid C10H18O7N2
9.1.7 TMHBEDtrimethylenediamine-N, N-bis-(O-hydroxybenzyl) -N, N-diacetic acid C21H26O6N2
9.1.8 IDHA D, L- (N-1.2 Dicarboxyehtyl)-aspartic acid Tetranatrium salt C8H7NO8Na4
9.1.9 EDDS (S, S) -ethylenediamine disuccinate C10H16O8N2
For numbers 9.1.1 to 9.1.7 also their sodium, potassium, or ammonium salts
For point 9.1.9 apply the following supplemental guidelines and notes: finally to the leaf application. In the context of the indications on the appropriate application Labelling with the hint: " Product is approved exclusively for leaf application. "
Table 9.2 Other complexing agents
9.2.1 HEDPA Organophosphonic Acid (1-hydroxyethane-1, 1-diphosphonic acid) C2H8O7P2
9.2.2 Ligninsulfonate
9.2.3 Citric acid 2-hydroxypropane-1,2,3-tricarboxylic acid C6H8O7
9.2.4 Humat, Huminat Humic acids
9.2.5 Glycinat 2-aminoethanic acidC2H5NO2

Table 10
Marking
preliminary remarks and notes:
1.
Section 10.1 contains label preferences necessary basic information by the marketing providers for trade and consumers. For fertilizers, a. the type designation, the type of nutrients determining the type, in the case of organic fertilisers and organic-mineral fertilizers in summary form, also information on the organic main constituents of this type, for example: According to Table 7, column 1 as well as to the application auxiliaries (coating substances, inhibitors, complexing agents) which significantly influence the application. In the case of soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids and economic fertilizers, this section shall contain, in particular, the designation for the purpose and the labelling of the purpose of this purpose. Main components.
2.
Section 10.2 contains advanced labelling requirements for more specific groups of substances, in particular certain organic starting materials, Secondary constituents, including pollutants, as well as for certain dress-up forms.
3.
Section 10.3 contains guidelines for the identification of storage and storage instructions, and Application.
4.
Section 10.4 contains specifications for marking in writing, delivery outside the scope of the Fertilizer Act.
5.
Section 10.5 contains guidelines for identifying optional additional information.
6.
Deviating preferences For the labelling of certain individual substances, such labels shall be used for labelling for groups of substances.
7.
Information according to sections 10.2, 10.3 and 10.5 can be used in accordance with § 6 (3) (3) also take place on a stock accompanying paper.
8.
Percentage of salary (%) refers to the mass (mass per cent), insofar as no other reference value (cf. Section 1 (24) and (25).
For Fertilizers other than economic fertilisers, soil auxiliaries, crop substrates or plant aidsLabelling of the labeling, identification marking contents of the marking, notes1234
10.1 Details that characterize the substance in accordance with § 2 fertilizer law
10.1.1 Type label and other related information
1.
Type label according to Appendix 1 column 1 of the
respective description of fertilizer type
in Connection is used to specify the actual
contents of the
components listed in Appendix 1, column 2. The contents are specified:
-
in percent, the numbers must not be higher
than the Information for the actual
contents according to point 10.1.8,
-
for mineral fertilizers with up to a
decimal place,
-
for organic and org. Min Fertilizer with
up to two decimal places,
-
in the order of Asset 1 column 2,
-
more information added without the numbers.
2.
liquid fertilizers is the type name
to supplement the words "liquid", "solution" or "suspension" according to the type of manufacture according to Appendix 1, column 5 of the respective description of the fertilizer type
Label according to the intended purposedesignation as an economic fertilizer, soil adjuvant, culture substrate, or Plant aid according to § 2
Fertilizer Act.
3.
In the case of lime, from a content of MgCO3 of
15% or MgO of 7%, the type designation
may be supplemented by the word "Magnesium". Cabbage lime after set 1, when reaching the
magnesium contents after set 1, is to be called "Kohlensaurer Magnesium Calk".
10.1.2 For fertilizer main components according to Table 6 or Table 7
1.
specification following the type label
with the Words: " using ... " and specifying the used substance in
Table 6 or Table 7, in each case column 1 in
descending order by set of
quantity shares. Treatment of the main
components according to § 1 number 17 and 18 may be specified.
2.
If appropriate, supplement the marking
to table 6 or Table 7, column 3 before-
additional information for these substances.
3.
The product name may be supplemented with the words
"based on peat" if: in the
product, more than 75% peat are included.
Used for soil excipients, culture substrates or plant aids Main components according to Table 6 or Table 7
1.
specification after
number 10.1.1 with the words: "using ..." and specifying the substances in Table 6 or Table 7, column 1 in each case In descending order of quantity, the order of quantity is increased. A
treatment of the main components in accordance with § 1 number 17 and 18 may be specified.
2.
If appropriate, supplement the marking
to table 6 or Table 7, column 3 before-
additional information for these substances.
3.
The product name may be supplemented with the words
"based on peat" if: in the
product, more than 75% peat are included.
10.1.3 Addition of wrapping materials
1.
The type label is to be added to
with the following information:
-
"enveloped" if at least 90% of the product
is wrapped,
-
"partially enveloped" when at least 25%
of the product is wrapped,
-
" with enveloped [nutrient] ",
-
" with partially enveloped [nutrient] ".
2.
The proportion of the coated fertilizers on the
total fertilizer or the proportion of the enveloped nutrient in the total nutrient content is to be added as a percentage in whole numbers.
Economic fertilizer
1.
In the case of economic fertilizers, the indication according to
number 10.1.1 is: "using ..." and the main components,
for excrement, the animal species
2.
In addition, specify:
-
Nutrient Contents for N, P2O5 and K2O,
-
in case of economic fertilizer of animal origin
additional Content of N of animal origin and a content of available nitrogen in accordance with § 6 (1) (4),
-
Trace nutrients according to Table 1
Number 1.2.11 to 1.2.14,
-
basically active ingredients according to table 1
number 1.3.2.
The percentage is specified in percent, based on the
to the net mass, with up to two decimal places,
for trace nutrients with two to four decimal places. In addition, the contents may also be given in kg per ton.
10.1.4 Addition of nitrification inhibitors according to Table 8
number 8.2.2 or ureaase inhibitors according to point 8.2.3
The type designation according to Appendix 1 column 1 of the
respective description of the fertilizer type must be indicated by" with nitrification inhibitor "or
" with ureaase inhibitor " with the following indication:
of the In accordance with Table 2, column 1 shall be supplemented.
Floor Aids
1.
Intended Purpose (e.g. B. Elevation
of the humus content, the water retention capacity,
of the biological activity).
2.
nutrient contents for N, P2O5 and K2O in accordance with
Table 1, point 1.2.1, 1.2.3 and 1.2.5.
3.
Content of organic matter in accordance with
Table 1, point 1.3.3.
4.
Basically effective ingredients according to table 1
number 1.3.2.
5.
The contents are specified in Percent, relative to the net mass, with up to two decimal places.
10.1.5 Addition of complexing agents according to Appendix 2 Table 9
1.
If complexing agents are added, the complexing agent must be used in the form of the complexed nutrient under Indication of the substance according to Table 9, column 1 shall be supplemented.
2.
When specifying the chelating or complexing agent
, its abbreviation may be listed in table 9
column 1 use.
3.
indication of the
pH range that is relevant to the chelation stability
Kultursubstrates
1.
content of organic matter in table 1
number 1.3.3, based on net mass
with up to two decimal places.
2.
pH value (CaCl2) according to Table 1, point 1.3.7
, with up to one decimal place.
3.
Salt content in g/l according to Table 1, point 1.3.4
, relative to the net volume.
10.1.6 Addition of
-
Calk to fertilizer According to Appendix 1, Sections 1 and 2,
-
Mineral fertilizers according to Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 and fertilizers according to Appendix 1, Section 1 to fertilizers According to Appendix 1, section 1.4
The type designation is about the word "with" and the indication of the fertiliser type added to Plant help
1.
Intended Purpose specification (
impact area).
2.
nutrient contents for N, P2O5, and K2O according to
Table 1, point 1.2.
3.
organic substance content in accordance with
Table 1, point 1.3.3.
4.
Basically effective ingredients according to table 1
number 1.3.2.
5.
The salary is expressed as a percentage, based on the
on the net mass, with up to two decimal places.
The label, in particular the specified
range of effect, shall not lead to any confusion
with plant hardening agents in accordance with § 2 number 10
of the Plant Protection Act.
10.1.7 For mineral multi-nutrient fertilizer according to Appendix 1 Section 2 If an indication of phosphate components according to
Table 5 is required, this specification must be added to the type designation.
10.1.8 Type-determining components and nutrient forms
1.
specifying the type and height of the actual contents
after Appendix 1, column 3 of the respective description of the fertilizer type. In the case of phosphate-containing fertilizers as defined in Annex 1, sections 1.2, 2, 3 and 5, the total phosphate content as defined in Table 4, point 4.2.11, water-soluble phosphate as defined in Table 4, point 4.2.1 and neutral-ammoncitrate soluble phosphate as defined in Table 4 Point 4.2.2, if a 1 per cent content is reached. Where the contents of phosphate are to be specified in accordance with the second sentence, the additional indication of the contents of phosphate in accordance with the first sentence of 1 in connection with Appendix 1, column 3, shall be optional. The salary
is specified as a percentage, relative to the net mass,
with up to two decimal places, for trace nutrients with two to four decimal places.
2.
For trace nutrients:
-
with complete water-soluble nutrients
of the water-soluble contents,
-
in non-water-soluble nutrients
total contents,
-
if at least a quarter of the total content is water-soluble, the total content and the water-soluble content are specified
3.
For organic and organic-mineral
fertilizers: In addition, a content of available
nitrogen in accordance with § 6 (1)
number 4.
4.
For liquid fertilisers, optional extra
to volume (e.g. Gram
per litre, kilogram per cubic metre).
5.
In the case of mineral multinutrient fertilizers,
data as specified in Appendix 1, column 4
of the respective Description of the fertilizer type.
6.
For lime-in addition to specifying the contents of the column
according to Appendix 1, column 2 of the respective description of the fertilizer type-the Contents of basic
active ingredients, rated as CaO.
In parentheses, the name
"neutralization value" may also be appended.
10.1.9 For trace nutrient fertilizer
according to Appendix 1 Section 4
If a trace nutrient is present in whole or in part in
organically bound form, its content
in the fertilizer must be immediately behind the indication of the water-soluble content in percent be indicated, in the form " as a chelate of ... " or
"as a complex of ...".
10.1.10 Weight
1.
In the case of solid fertilizers, the net mass.
2.
For packaged fertilizers and fertilizers in closed containers with a content
to 100 kg, instead of the net mass, also specifying the gross mass in direct connection
with the indication of the mass of the packaging.
3.
In liquid fertilisers, the net mass is specified; the volume can also be specified
Mass/Volume
1.
For solid fabrics
-
specification Net mass, gross mass or volume,
-
in the case of gross mass in direct connection with the mass of the gross mass of the Packaging.
2.
For liquid substances, the net mass or the volume.
10.1.11 Manufacturer or placing on the market
1.
Packed goods: name or Company and
address of the person responsible for placing on the market within the country
.
2.
In the case of unpacked goods, in addition
name or company name and address of the manufacturer,
insofar as it is not itself the marketing provider.
Manufacturer or Marketing Bringer
1.
Packed goods: Name or company and
address of the person responsible for placing on the market within the country
.
2.
In the case of unpacked goods,
additionally name or company name and Manufacturer's address,
insofar as it is not itself the marketing provider.
10.2 supplemental information for certain groups of substances, certain side components as well as certain forms of treatment
10.2.1 Starting materials according to Table 6 or Table 7, each column 2 As far as another Differentiation of the substances used in column 1 has been made and the labelling of the substances listed in Table 7, column 1 or column 2, shall not be subject to the following rules:
-
additional specification of the
fabrics used in column 2,
-
in descending order by used
quantity shares.
-
For quantity proportions over 50% below additional indication of the percentage value.
-
Additions to the labeling specified in the tables.
Starting materials according to Table 6 or Table 7, in each case column 2 As far as a further differentiation of the by column In the case of substances used for the labelling of substances listed in Table 7, column 1 or column 2 shall not be subject to the following rules:
-
additional specification of the
fabrics used in column 2,
-
in descending order by
quantity shares.
-
For quantity shares above 50% under additional
, the percentage value.
-
Additions to the label specified in the tables.
10.2.2 Nutrients according to Tables 1.1 and 1.2 as well as substances according to Table 1.3 as secondary components
1.
Marking by specifying the relevant
substances and their chemical symbol.
2.
indication of the percentage content with up to two
decimal places, with trace nutrients up to
four decimal places, based on the net mass,
for
-
Nitrogen: Total content, content of other
nitrogen forms according to Table 3, if
is a 1 percent is reached
Nutrients according to Table 1.2
as well as substances according to Table 1.3
as side components
1.
Marking by specifying the relevant
substances and their chemical Icon.
2.
Percentage of the contents, with up to two
decimal places, based on the net mass, where
-
indication of the nutrients as a total content, for
potassium as a water-soluble Potassium oxide.
3.
For culture substrates: indication of the nutrients in mg/l, relative to the net volume, for N, P2O5, K2O and Mg as plant-available (soluble) Nutrients by specifying the method.
-
phosphate: total phosphate according to Table 4, point 4.2.11, water-soluble phosphate as defined in Table 4, point 4.2.1 and neutral-ammoncitrate soluble phosphate as defined in Table 4, point 4.2.2, if in each case a content of 1 per cent is achieved; the content of other phosphate solubilities according to Table 4 is optional,
-
other nutrients: = in the case of completely water-soluble Nutrients
indication of the water-soluble contents, = in the case of not completely water-soluble nutrients-
substances indication of the total contents, = if at least a quarter of the total-
content is water-soluble, indication of the total content and of the total content of the product. water-soluble content.
10.2.3 dress-up aid in accordance with Table 8.1 or the application aid according to Table 8.2.
1.
indication of the purpose of the encore (e.g. B.: "contains
dust binding means", "using
for conditioning agents").
2.
From a quantity of 0.5% /TM in addition to
, the specification of the added substance according to column 1 in conjunction with the purpose of the purpose of the
addition (e.g. B. "using sulfur
as a shell substance" or "contains a vinasse for dust
binding").
3.
If necessary, supplement the label
to Column 3 of table 8.1 or 8.2 before-
specified additional information for these fabrics.
dress-up aid to
table 8.1 or Application Aids according to Table 8.2.
1.
indication of the purpose of the addition (e.g. B.: "contains
dust binding means", "using
for conditioning agents").
2.
From a quantity of 0.5% /TM in addition to
, the specification of the added substance according to column 1 in conjunction with the purpose of the purpose of the
addition (e.g. B.: "using sulfur
as a shell substance" or "contains a vinasse for
dust binding").
3.
If necessary, supplement the label
to Column 3 of Table 8.1 or 8.2
specified additional information for these fabrics.
10.2.4 Foreign components according to table 8.3
1.
indication of the fabric according to column 1 from 0.5% /TM,
as far as Table 8.3 does not have its own Preferences
are marked.
2.
To supplement the label by table 8.3
column 3, additional information for
Substances.
3.
The exception is the identification of
stone parts according to Table 8.3.9.
Foreign components according to table 8.3
1.
specification of the fabric by column 1 from 0.5 %/TM,
as far as Table 8.3 does not have its own
preferences for labeling.
2.
add to the label by table 8.3
column 3 for more details for these
fabrics.
3.
The exception is the
Steinandings label according to Table 8.3.9.
10.2.5 pollutants according to table 1.4 indication of the substances concerned and their chemical symbol in the order of Table 1.4 in conjunction with the indication of the amount of the contents in the unit specified by
Table 1.4, column 2.
pollutants according to table 1.4 indication of the substances concerned and their chemical symbol in the order of Table 1.4 in conjunction with the indication of the height of the contents in the device specified by
Table 1.4, column 2.
10.3 Supplement to the marking by means of appropriate storage and application instructions in accordance with § 1 number 22 and 23
10.3.1 General Details
1.
Required information for proper storage
and application, supplemented by the Note that
recommendations for official advice proceed
(see Also § 1 (22) and (23).
2.
prescribed supplementary information according to
-
Type descriptions in Appendix 1,
-
Tables 1 and 6 to 9.
General information
1.
Required information about the Appropriate storage
and application (see also § 1 (22) and (23).
2.
Prewritten supplementary information according to
Tables 1 and 6 to 9.
10.3.2 For mineral multi-nutrient fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 2 If ammonium thiosulfate is used as a nitrogen component
, in the context of the information on the appropriate application, it should be pointed out to a slowed-down effect when a quantity of nitrogen of 25% is exceeded.
10.3.3 For trace elements fertilizer according to Appendix 1, section 4For fertilizers containing only trace nutrients (fertilizer according to Appendix 1
section 4.2) as the type-determining component, additional information in the
framework of the information on the appropriate application:
1.
Addition of the label with the words:
" Use only when actual needs.
Do not exceed recommended application rate. "
2.
specification of an appropriate application time
(vegetation level, retries), and the amount of space required by the
per unit area.
10.3.4 For organic or organic-mineral fertilizers according to Appendix 1, section 3
1.
At a C:N ratio of > 30: 1, within the
frame The considerations for proper application to
indicate a possible nitrogen setting in the soil or
in the substrate.
2.
If necessary, additional
information about possible changes to the
product properties and for nitrogen
to the time of availability.
3.
Use of sewage sludges or bio-
wastes with the hint: " When
is applied to farmland,
are subject to application and quantity restrictions from
regulatory requirements (Abfclarification V, BioAbfV)
When using organic starting materials according to Table 7
1.
At a C:N ratio of > 30: 1, within the framework of the considerations for proper application to a Indicate possible nitrogen-fixing in the soil or in the substrate.
2.
If necessary, additional appropriate information about possible changes in the product-

3.
When using sewage sludges or bio-
wastes with the hint: "If you are using sewage sludge or bio-
, please note:" an application
on farmland are
application and quantity restrictions from
compliance regulations (Abfsewage V, BioAbfV)
to be observed ".
4.
Where substances are used in accordance with the Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009-except for manure within the meaning of this Regulation-within the framework of the information on the appropriate storage and application of the reference " Organic fertilizer using animal by-products-Access for farm animals to treated areas during a period of at least 21 days after the application, unless otherwise specified in Annex 2, Table 7.2, column 3.
Note:
specific requirements for storage and application, which are from the use of certain animal by-products in accordance with Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009



4.
If you are using Substances as defined in Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009-except for the purposes of this Regulation-within the framework of the guidelines for the
storage and use of
: the reference " Organic fertilizer/soil improver
using animal By-products-Access for farm animals to treated areas
prohibited during a period of at least
21 days after delivery " as far as
in Appendix 2 Table 7.2, column 3 is nothing else
determined.
Note:
There may be specific requirements for
storage and application resulting from the
use of certain animal by-products as defined in Regulation (EC) No 1069/2009.
10.4 special purpose disclosures
10.4.1 Font offering
1.
Type label according to number 10.1.1.
2.
specification to contents according to point 10.1.8.
Written Offer
1.
Label according to number 10.1.1.
2.
The main components specified in point 10.1.2, if Economic fertilizer according to item 10.1.3.
10.4.2 Delivery to areas outside the scope of the
Fertilizer Law
1.
Type label according to number 10.1.1.
2.
To be specified after number 10.1.8.
3.
Name or company and address of the for the
export Persons responsible abroad.
Delivery to areas outside the scope of the
Fertilizer Act
1.
Label by number 10.1.1.
2.
The main components specified in
number 10.1.2.
3.
Name or company and the address of the person responsible for the export of the
10.4.3 Marketing for research or experimental purposes
1.
Composition including side stock-
parts, mass, or volume, scheduled
The scope and the sach-
equitable storage and application according to § 1
number 22 and 23.
2.
Name or company and address of the for the
Placing on the market responsible.
Marketing for research or experimental purposes
1.
Composition including side stock-
parts, Mass or volume, provided
scope, and sach-
equitable storage and application according to § 1
number 22 and 23.
2.
name or company name and the address of the person responsible for placing the
on the market.
10.5 Allowed more details
10.5.1 Allowed further information
1.
According to Appendix 1 or 2, additional information allowed.
2.
Commercial product labels.
3.
Considerations for proper application, storage, and treatment, if not required.
4.
Trademarks, quality marks.
5.
Notes to parts of the Fertilizer,
that do not fall under the mandatory
components.
6.
Other information and notes.
Allowed moreOther information and

Footnote

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