Regulation On The Methods Of Sampling And Analysis For The Official Control Of Fertilisers

Original Language Title: Verordnung über Probenahmeverfahren und Analysemethoden für die amtliche Düngemittelüberwachung

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Regulation on sampling methods and methods of analysis for official fertiliser monitoring (fertilizer sampling and analysis system)

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Date of delivery: 19.12.1977

Full quote:

" Fertilizer sampling and analysis system in the version of the 27. July 2006 (BGBl. 1822), as defined by Article 3 of the Regulation of 6 February 2009 (BGBl. 153) has been changed "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 27.7.2006 I 1822;
modified by Art. 3 V v. 6.2.2009 I 153

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This Regulation is used to implement Commission Directive 77 /535/EEC of 22 February 2009. June 1977 on the approximation of the laws of the Member States relating to the sampling and analysis methods of fertilisers (OJ No L 1977, p. EC No L213 p. 1), as last amended by Commission Directive 95 /8/EC of 10 June 1998. amending Directive 77 /535/EEC (OJ No L 73, 27.4.1977, p. EC No 41).

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(+ + + text-proof validity: 1.7.1988 + + +)
(+ + + + + + + + + + + + + +)
(+ + + + + + + + + + +)
(+ + +) VI Sachgeb. A Sect. III
No longer apply gem. Art. 109 No. 2 (a DBuchst). cc G
v. 8.12.2010 I 1864 + + +)
(+ + + Official notes of the norm-provider on EC law:
Implementation of the
EGRL 63/97 (CELEX Nr: 31997L0063)
EGRL 3/98 (CELEX Nr: 31998L0003) V v. 24.8.1998 I 2506
Implementation of the
EWGRL 535/77 (CELEX Nr: 31977L0535) cf. Bek. v. 27.7.2006 I 1822 + + +)

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§ 1 Scope of application

For the investigation of fertilisers, which are not considered to be In accordance with this Regulation, EC fertilizers, soil additives, culture substrates and plant aids in the context of official supervision (Section 12 (1) of the Fertilizer Act) are taken and the analyses carried out. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation,
1.
a lot: the amount of a substance referred to in § 2 sentence 1 no. 1 to 7 of the fertilizer law, which is according to their nature, identification and spatial association as one unit,
2.
a single sample: the subset of a lot that is Removal process is formed,
3.
a collection sample: the total amount of individual samples taken from a batch,
4.
a reduced collection sample: a subset of the collection sample,
5.
an end sample: one for the investigation Certain subset of a collection sample or a reduced collection sample.
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§ 3 sampling devices

(1) Sampling equipment and sample containers shall be made of a material which does not affect the tested substances.(2) Sample equipment and aids shall be adapted to the size of the batch, the state of aggregation and the particle size and nature of the substances.(3) In the case of testing microbiological requirements, all sampling devices and sample containers shall be sterilized or disinfected prior to use in so far as this is necessary to ensure proper analysis. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Scope of a match

A lot is so large or stored that it does not take individual samples at any point. for sampling only the part which has been taken from the individual samples shall be considered to be the batch. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Number and extent of individual samples required

(1) For the lots listed in column 1 of the following table where the minimum number of individual samples set in column 2 is to be drawn.
1 2
Type and extent of the matchSample number
Unpacked or in containers over 100 kg or 100 litres: Minimum number of individual samples:
a)
to 2.5 t or up to 2.5 cbm
7
b)
over 2.5 t to 80 t or more than 2.5 cbm to 80 cbm
the square root of 20 times the weight or volume of the lot in tonnes or cbm, rounded up to whole numbers
c)
over 80 t or more than 80 cbm
40
Packed:Minimum number of packs to be tested:
a)
packs up to 1 kg or 1 l content
4
b)
packs above 1 kg or 1 l content:
up to 4 packs
all
 
-
5 to 16 packs
4
-
17-400 packs
the square root of the number of packs, rounded up to whole numbers
-
over 400 Packs
20
2) In the case of packs or containers of up to one kilogram or one litre of contents, the contents of each package or container each form the individual sample. In the case of unpacked substances or in the case of larger packings or containers, the individual sample shall not be less than 200 grams or 200 millilitres. If a mechanical device is used for the sampling of moving material, then this minimum quantity for the individual sample need not be maintained. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Number and extent of collection samples required

(1) For each batch, only one aggregate sample shall be available for each batch. . Two collection samples are to be formed, as far as
1.
in the case of fertilizers which are more than one type-determining There is a component and tend to be mixed, which are taken from single samples of resting material,
2.
in the case of the fertiliser law referred to in § 2 sentence 1 no. Substances which tend to be mixed and which are taken from individual samples from a resting material,
3.
in the case of the substances referred to in § 2 sentence 1 No. 1 to 7 of the Fertiliser Act Requirements for microbiological safety should be reviewed.
(2) The amount of a collection sample may be
1.
in unpacked or packed fabrics with a pack contents of more than one kilogram or more than one litre
a)
four kilograms for solid or four litres for liquid substances that are not referred to in point (b)
b)
in the case of economic fertilizers, fertilizers according to Appendix 1 Section 3 of the fertilizer regulation, soil additives, culture substrates and plant aids ten kilograms for solid or ten litres for liquid substances
2.
in the case of packaged substances with up to one kilogram or one litre the contents of four Original packages
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§ 7 Number and extent of the required final samples

(1) From each collection sample, if necessary after formation of a reduced collection sample to form at least three final samples.(2) The amount of a final sample may be
1.
500 grams for solid or 500 millilitres for liquid substances, which do not fall under point 2,
2.
for economic fertilizers, fertilizers according to Appendix 1, section 3 of the fertilizer regulation, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and Plant auxiliaries three kilograms for solid or three litres for liquid substances
do not fall below the level of the plant. In the case of packaged substances having a pack contents of up to 250 grams or 250 millilitres, the quantity of a final sample shall not be less than the contents of two original packages.(3) In the case of final samples of ammonium nitrate fertilizers with a high nitrogen content for the purpose of checking the requirements of the Hazardous Substances Regulation, the quantity shall not be less than one kilogram, not less than 25 kilograms for the test of detonation. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 sampling and formation of samples

(1) The substances are to be sampled in the state in which they are commercially available on the market be brought.(2) For the sampling of the samples, proceed as follows:
1.
The individual samples are according to the following procedure: Randomly distributed over the whole lot,
2.
The weight or volume of the individual samples must be approximately the same,
3.
in unpacked fabrics or fabrics in containers over 100 kilograms, is made up of approximately equal quantities according to the number of individual samples required in accordance with § 5 in each case at least one sample; the individual samples shall be removed as far as possible,
4.
in the case of packaged substances, each sample shall be taken up in the form of a sample. to remove a part of the content,
5.
for liquid substances only after sufficient homogenization can be taken out.
(3) From the individual samples is to form a collection sample for each batch. Further collection samples are to be obtained in independent procedures. Each collection sample shall be homogenized.(4) If, on the basis of the size or number of individual samples, it is necessary to form a reduced aggregate sample, the aggregate sample shall be carried out with a sample divider or, if it is not available, by the four-division procedure, except in the case of: (5). The first sentence shall apply in accordance with the formation of the final samples.(5) The amount of a reduced collection sample may
1.
two kilograms for solid or two litres for liquid Substances not falling within the scope of point 2
2.
for economic fertilizers, fertilizers according to Appendix 1 Section 3 of the fertilizer regulation, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant auxiliaries 10 kilograms for solid or ten litres of liquid substances
.(6) The weight or volume of the individual final samples shall be approximately the same.(7) For all collection samples, reduced collection samples and final samples, it is necessary to ensure that they correspond with respect to their material properties of the tested lot. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Treatment of the final samples

(1) The final samples are clean, dry, largely moisture-impermeable, and Containers which can be sealed in a largely air-tight manner; to the extent that it is necessary to ensure proper analysis, sterilized or disinfected containers must be used. The containers must be closed. The closure is to be secured by means of a seal or seal in such a way that the fuse becomes unusable when the container is opened. Final samples of ammonium nitrate fertilizers with a high nitrogen content in order to check the requirements of the Hazardous Substances Regulation must be kept at a temperature of 0 to 25 degrees Celsius.(2) The final samples shall be marked at least with the following information:
1.
Name and address of the Surveillance authority,
2.
Number of sampling protocol,
3.
for fertilizers in the sense § 2 sentence 1 no. 1 of the fertilizer law the type designation, for other substances the designation according to § 2 sentence 1 no. 2 to 7 of the fertilizer law.
The marking of the sample must be recorded by the seal or the seal. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Sampling Protocol

(1) A sampling protocol with at least the following information is to be made on sampling:
1.
The responsible monitoring authority and the name of the sampling agent,
2.
Number of the sampling log,
3.
Name or company and address of the person in charge of the establishment, in which is taken from the sample,
4.
in the case of fertilizers within the meaning of § 2 sentence 1 no. 1 of the fertilizer law, the type designation, in the case of other substances the name according to § 2 sentence 1 No. 2 to 7 of the Fertiliser Act,
5.
for fertilizers as defined in § 2 sentence 1 no. 1 of the Fertiliser Act, the mandatory mandatory indications for identification according to Appendix 3 of the Fertilizer Ordinance, in the case of other substances, the mandatory particulars of the marking according to Appendix 4 of the Fertiliser Regulation,
6.
Name or company and address of the person responsible for placing the substance on the market within the scope of the Fertilizer Act,
7.
Numbers of orders, invoices or Transport means,
8.
Size and outer nature of the lot,
9.
Type of packaging and storage,
10.
Method of sampling including number of individual samples,
11.
Location and date of sampling.
(2) The sampling protocol shall be submitted to the person in charge of the holding in which the sample is taken, or his representative for signature, and a copy shall be left to him.(3) Each final sample shall be accompanied by a copy of the sampling protocol. Unofficial table of contents

§ 11 Use of the final samples

A final sample is the body responsible for the investigation from the monitoring authority. immediately after sampling for the purpose of the official investigation. A second final sample shall be kept by the Surveillance Authority for a possible amortised counter-investigation. A further final sample shall be left to the holding in which the individual samples have been taken, on request. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Analysis Methods

(1) On the official investigation of ammonium nitrate fertilizers with a high nitrogen content for the examination of the requirements laid down in the Hazardous Substances Regulation, the requirements laid down in Annex III to Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 May 2003 shall apply. October 2003 on fertilizers (OJ L 327, 28.12. EU No L 304 p. 1).(2) In the official investigation of substances not falling within the scope of paragraph 1, appropriate methods shall be adopted in accordance with the handbook of the Association of German Agricultural Research and Research Institutes,
1.
for the investigation of fertilizer method book Volume II. 1 with 1. Supplement 1999 and 2. Supplement delivery 2004 and
2.
for the investigation of secondary raw materials fertilizers, culture substrates and soil additives Method book Volume II. 2, 1. Edition 2000,
in each case VDLUFA Verlag Darmstadt. If there are no suitable methods there,
1.
are those according to the method book for analysis of Compost of the Bundesgütegemeinschaft Kompost e. V., 4. Edition, July 1998, Verlag Waste Now e. V., Stuttgart, ISBN 3-928179-32-2,
2.
such as those of the German Institute for Standardization, as far as they are listed in the Appendix, or otherwise
3.
other scientifically recognized methods
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§ 13 (omitted)

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§ 14 (Entry into force)

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Asset (to § 12 para. 2 sentence 2 no. 2)
Analysis Methods of the German Institute for Standardization

(Fundstelle des Originaltextes: BGBl. I 2006, 1826)
Label Title
DIN EN 12048 Solid fertilisers and calcium/magnesium soil improvers-Determination of the moisture content-Gravimetric process by drying at (105 +-2) C (ISO 8190: 1992, modified); German version EN 12048: 1996
DIN EN 12049 Fixed fertilizers and Calcium/magnesium soil improver-Determination of the moisture content-Gravimetric process by drying under reduced pressure (ISO 8189: 1992, modified); German version EN 12049: 1996
DIN EN 13366 Fertilizer treatment with a cation exchange resin for the determination of the chelated trace nutrient content and the trace elements of the chelate-German version EN 13366: 2001
DIN EN 13368-1 Fertilizer-determination of chelating agents in fertilizers by ion chromatography-Part 1: EDTA, HEDTA and DTPA-German version EN 13368-1: 2001
DIN EN 13368-2 Fertilizer-determination of chelating agents in fertilizers by ion chromatography-Part 2: EDDHA and EDDHMA-German version: EN 13368-2: 2001
DIN EN 13466-1 Fertilizer-Determination of the water content (Karl-Fischer-Procedure)-Part 1: methanol as Extractant; German version EN 13466-1: 2001
DIN EN 13466-2 Fertilizer-Determination of the Water content (Karl-Fischer-Procedure)-Part 2: 2-propanol as extractant; German version EN 13466-2: 2001
DIN EN 13651 soil improver and cultivation substrates-extraction of nutrients soluble in calcium chloride/DTPA (CAT); German version EN 13651: 2001
DIN EN 13652 soil improvers and cultivation substrates-extraction of water-soluble nutrients and elements; German version EN 13652: 2001
DIN EN 13654-1Soil improver and cultivation substrates-Determination of nitrogen-Part 1: Modified procedure according to Kjeldahl; German version EN 13654-1: 2001
The DIN standards are to be obtained from Beuth Verlag Berlin.