Regulation On The Application Of Fertilizers, Soil Improvement Substances, Growing Media And Plant Resources According To The Principles Of Good Professional Practice In The Fertilizer

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Anwendung von Düngemitteln, Bodenhilfsstoffen, Kultursubstraten und Pflanzenhilfsmitteln nach den Grundsätzen der guten fachlichen Praxis beim Düngen

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Regulation on the application of fertilisers, soil additives, culture substrates and plant aids in accordance with the principles of good practice in fertilisation (fertilizer regulation-DüV)

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DüV

Date of expiry: 10.01.2006

Full quote:

" Fertilizer regulation in the version of the notice of 27. February 2007 (BGBl. 221), as last amended by Article 5 (36) of the Law of 24 June 2003. February 2012 (BGBl. 212) has been changed "

:Recaught by Bek. v. 27.2.2007 I 221;
last modified by Art. 5 para. 36 G v. 24.2.2012 I 212

For details, see the menu under Notes
The regulation is also used for the implementation of Council Directive 91 /676/EEC of 12 June 2007. 1 December 1991 on the protection of waters against pollution caused by nitrates from agricultural sources (OJ L 327, 28.12.1991, EC No L 375 p. 1).

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence: 14.1.2006 + + +)
(+ + + Official note of the normalization authority on EC law:
Implementation of
EWGRL 676/91 (CELEX Nr: 31991L0676) + + +)

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§ 1 Scope

The regulation goverts
1.
the good professional practice in the application of fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and Plant aids on agricultural land,
2.
The reduction of material risks from the use of fertilisers, soil adjuvants, Culture substrates and plant aids on agricultural land and on other land, provided that this Regulation expressly states this.
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§ 2 Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation:
1.
farmed area: arable farmland, farmland, grassland, orchards, vineyards used, hop areas, Arable land; the area used for agricultural production also includes areas occupied for a limited period from agricultural production, to the extent that fertilizers, soil aids, crop substrates or plant aids are supplied to these areas; Land used for agricultural purposes does not belong in closed or ground-independent cultivated areas;
2.
stroke: a uniform managed, space-related and with the same type of plant or plant species with similar nutritional requirements, or intended to be ordered;
3.
Management unit: multiple blows that have comparable location ratios, are managed uniformly and with the same plant type or with plant species with comparable nutritional claims or are intended for ordering;
4.
Fertilizer year: period of 12 months, on which the management of the the predominant part of the utilised agricultural area, in particular the fertilization thereof;
5.
fertilization: supply of plant nutrients via fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids for the production of crops and for the conservation of soil fertility;
6.
Nutrient Intake: Sum of the on fertilization and nutrient input outside of fertilization;
7.
nutrient requirement: amount of nutrients that are needed to achieve a certain yield or a certain quality;
8.
Fertilizer requirement: quantity of nutrients that can be used to meet the nutrient requirements of a culture after deduction of other available nutrient quantities and , taking into account the nutrient supply of the soil;
9.
essential nutrient quantity: an amount of nutrients per hectare and year of more than 50 Kilogram of nitrogen (total N) or 30 kilograms of phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5);
10.
essential nutrient content: nutrient content in the dry mass of more than 1.5 from the One hundred nitrogen (total N) or 0.5 of one hundred phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5);
11.
essential content of available nitrogen: the one in a calcium chloride solution soluble fraction of more than 10 per hundred with a total nitrogen content in the dry mass of more than 1.5 per hundred;
12.
frozen soil: soil, which is continuous
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§ 3 Principles for the application

(1) Before the The application of essential nutrient quantities to nitrogen or phosphate with fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids is to determine the fertiliser requirements of the culture in a proper way. Requirements for the maintenance of site-based soil fertility must also be taken into account. The determination of fertilizer demand must be carried out in such a way as to ensure a balance between the expected nutrient requirements and the supply of nutrients.(2) The determination of the fertilizer demand shall be carried out for each stroke or management unit, taking into account the following factors:
1.
the nutritional requirements of the plant stock for the yields and qualities to be expected under the respective site and cultivation conditions, where the values for nitrogen are: Appendix 1,
2.
available in the soil and is expected to occur during the growth of the plant stock as a result of the siting conditions, In particular, the climate, soil type and soil type, additional plant-available nutrient quantities, as well as nutrient fixing, where
a)
for the supply of nitrogen from the pre-culture during growth, the values of Appendix 2 and
b)
to use the values according to Appendix 3
for the utilization of the nitrogen from organic fertilizers,
3.
of the lime content or the soil reaction (pH) and the humic content of the soil,
4.
which is Management-with the exception of fertilisation-including irrigation, and nutrient levels that can be used during plant growth,
5.
Cultivation conditions which influence nutrient availability, in particular the type of culture, pre-fruit, soil cultivation and irrigation.
In addition, results of regional field trials are to be used.(3) Prior to the application of essential amounts of nutrients, the amounts of nutrients available in the soil shall be determined by the holding
1.
for nitrogen at each stroke or management unit-except on permanent pasture land-at the time of fertilization, at least annually,
a)
by examining representative samples, or
b)
according to the recommendation of the agricultural counseling body or a counseling institution recommended by this counseling body
aa)
by taking over the results of comparable sites or
bb)
by applying calculation and estimation techniques based on subject-specific knowledge.
The sampling and analysis are based on the following guidelines:
2.
for phosphate on the basis of the investigation of representative soil samples taken for each stroke of one hectare, usually in the context of a crop rotation, shall be carried out at least every six years. Land according to § 5 para. 4 no. 2.
The soil investigations must be carried out by a laboratory approved by the competent authority in accordance with other regulations.(4) For fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids, the time and quantity of production shall be such that available or available nutrients are available to the plants as far as possible in a timely manner in one of the nutrient requirements. of the plants corresponding to the plants.(5) The application of fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate must not be carried out when the soil is flooded, water-saturated, frozen or continuous higher than five centimetres covered with snow. By way of derogation from the first sentence, lime fertilizers may be applied to frozen soil in accordance with Appendix 1, Section 1 of the Fertilizer Regulation with a content of less than 2 of the Hundred Phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5).(6) When applying fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate,
1.
a direct entry of nutrients into above-ground waters by maintaining a distance of at least three meters between the edge of the stray-width To avoid the surface of the surface and the upper edge of the slope of the above-ground water,
2.
to ensure that there is no sweat in the surface of the surface of the surface of the river.
By way of derogation from the first sentence of the first sentence, the distance shall be at least one metre if, in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence, equipment in which the spreading width corresponds to the working width or which has a border spreader device, shall be at least one metre; shall be used.(7) On arable land which, within a distance of 20 metres from the upper edge of a river, has an average slope of more than 10 of the hundred to that body of water (strongly inclined areas), within a distance of 20 metres, shall be allowed to: this area of fertilizer with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate within a distance of three metres to the upper edge of the embankment and, incidentally, shall be applied only as follows: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
within the range between three and ten meters distance to the top edge of the embankment only if the Fertilizers are introduced directly into the ground,
2.
on the remaining part of the area
a)
with unplaced arable surfaces only on immediate incorporation,
b)
on cultivated arable surfaces
aa)
with Horse riding culture (45 centimetres in rows and more) only with developed undersaat or with immediate incorporation,
bb)
without horse culture only if there are sufficient Inventory development or
cc)
after use of mulch or direct-seed methods.
, the first sentence shall not apply to the application of fixed-time marches. with the exception of poultry cots. The requirements of sentence 1 No. 2 apply to the application of festmist for the entire area between three and 20 meters distance to the upper edge of the embankment. Paragraph 6 shall remain unaffected.(8) The provisions of paragraphs 6 and 7 shall not apply to waters in so far as they are excluded from its application in accordance with Article 2 (2) of the Water Resources Act.(9) Water-law separation and management schemes which go beyond the provisions of paragraphs 6 and 7 shall remain unaffected.(10) Equipment for the delivery of fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids must comply with the generally accepted rules of technology. The application of substances in accordance with the first sentence of the first subparagraph to Appendix 4 shall be taken from 1. January 2010. Devices that are up to 14 years of age. By way of derogation from the second sentence, until 31 January 2006, the following shall be added: December 2015 will be used for the application. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Additional requirements for the use of certain fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, or

(1) The application of organic fertilisers or organic mineral fertilizers according to Appendix 1, Section 3 of the fertilizer regulation, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids, each containing predominantly organic components, including economic fertilizers, may only be carried out if their contents of total nitrogen and phosphate, in the case of manure, jauche, other liquid organic fertilisers or poultry cots, are applied prior to application in addition to the ammoniacal nitrogen
1.
on the basis of prescribed marking ,
2.
has been determined on the basis of data from the agency responsible under national law, or
3.
on the basis of scientifically recognized measurement methods have been determined by or on behalf of the company.
(2) Anyone who uses liquid manure, jauche, other liquid organic or organic-mineral fertilizer containing essential contents of available nitrogen or poultry cots on unadjusted arable land, has to be incorporated without delay.(3) In the case of economic fertilizers of animal origin, whether or not in mixtures, nutrients may only be applied in such a way that the quantity of total nitrogen applied is, on average, of the utilised agricultural area of the Operation does not exceed 170 kilograms of total nitrogen per hectare per year. For the purpose of determining the quantity of nitrogen, including grazing, of the quantity of nitrogen applied to economic fertilizers of animal origin, at least the values set out in Appendix 5 and Annex 6 shall be set out in rows 6 to 9, column 2 or 3. Other values may be used in the keeping of animal species which are not covered by Appendix 6 or where the holding proves to the competent authority under national law that the amount of nitrogen applied, in particular by: special husking or feeding methods. Areas to be used for the application referred to in paragraph 4 shall be deducted from the area to be taken into account before the calculation of the area average.(4) On grassland and on field grass, fertilisers of animal origin may be applied in such a way that the quantity of total nitrogen applied to them, on average, does not amount to 230 kilograms of total nitrogen per hectare per year. , where
1.
uses at least four cuts per year for grassland use of this grassland; or three cuts and grazing is intensively used,
2.
exclusively towed hose, towing shoe, slotted disc or other reducing nitrogen loss Procedures are used,
3.
In the case of nitrogen in the previous year, the operating nutrient surplus did not exceed the values in accordance with § 6 para. 2,
4.
due to the increased fertilization of the operating nutrient excess for phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5) does not exceed the value mentioned in § 6 para. 2 no. 2,
5.
the authority responsible for these areas according to national law for the determination of fertilizer requirements in accordance with § 3 (1) and (2) and for the three years before the application is submitted the nutrient comparisons in accordance with § 5 paragraph 1 and the competent authority according to the law of the country approves the application at the intended height; the body responsible under national law has, in its decision, the management objectives within the meaning of § § 27 to 31, 44 and 47 of the Water Household Law,
6.
Do not change the actual requirements according to point 1 in the approved period.
The approval according to sentence 1 No 5 shall be requested again after one year. For the purpose of determining the quantity of nitrogen, including grazing, of the quantity of nitrogen applied to economic fertilizers of animal origin, at least the values set out in Appendix 5 and Annex 6 shall be set out in rows 6 to 9, column 2 or 3. Other values may be used in the keeping of animal species not covered by Appendix 6, or where the farmer proves to the competent authority that the amount of nitrogen applied, in particular by means of special Feed method-different. In the period from 2006 to 2008, the body responsible under national law may, instead of the evidence provided for in the first sentence of the first sentence, be based on other operational evidence of the decision.(5) Fertilisers with a substantial content of available nitrogen, other than fixed mares without fowl cots, shall not be applied at the following times: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
on farmland from 1. November to 31. January,
2.
on grassland of 15. November to 31. January.
The competent authority according to the law of the country may authorise other periods for the time limit set out in the first sentence, provided that the duration of the period without interruption in the case of arable land is twelve weeks and in the case of grassland ten weeks do not is less than. Regional conditions, in particular the weather or the beginning and end of plant growth, as well as soil and water protection objectives, should be used for the approval. The competent authority may impose further conditions on the application and limit the duration of the permit.(6) On arable land, manure, jauche and other liquid organic and organic fertilisers with essential contents of available nitrogen or poultry cots may only be used after the harvest of the last main fruit before winter. style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
on the same year of cultivated folk cultures including intermediate fruits up to the current level of the current Fertilizer demand of nitrogen of culture or
2.
as a countervailing charge on the field remaining on the field,
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§ 5 Nutritional Comparison

(1) The farmer has a yearly basis at the latest by 31. March according to Appendix 7, a farm nutrient comparison for nitrogen and phosphate for the fertiliser year expired as
1.
Surface balance or
2.
Aggregate impact balance based on nutrient comparisons for each Strike or each management unit
and to summarize the annual nutrient comparison according to Appendix 8, which has been updated annually.In the case of the use of economic fertiliser of animal origin, the farmer shall, in order to determine the nitrogen supplied, have at least the values of Appendix 6, columns 4 and 5 lines 6 to 9, for the grazing grazing, the value of the Annex 6 line 10, should be used. The farmer shall, in accordance with the technique used by him, take into account at most the losses resulting from it.(3) In order to take account of specific characteristics of certain types of operation, the use of certain fertilisers, the cultivation of certain crops, the production of certain qualities, the keeping of certain types of animal or the use of certain forms of farming or not, The farmer may take into account other unavoidable surpluses or required surpluses in accordance with the requirements or in coordination with the body responsible under national law (Annex 6, line 15). In addition, the farmer may, for the purpose of determining the results of the nitrogen comparison, take into account the values set out in Annex 6, lines 12 to 14, in relation to the last crop before winter, in the cultivation of the crops referred to in that Annex. Sentence 2 does not apply in the case of a single cultivation of a vegetable culture within a crop rotation system within a fertiliser year.(4) In paragraph 1, the following are excluded:
1.
Areas on which only ornamental plants are grown, Vineyards and trees, as well as permanent crops of the wine-growing and fruit growing sector, not in the yield,
2.
Surfaces with exclusive pasture at an annual Nitrogen waste (nitrogen excretion) of economic fertilizers of animal origin of up to 100 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare, if no additional nitrogen fertilisation occurs,
3.
Companies that do not have to deal with essential nutrient levels of nitrogen or phosphate with fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates, plant aids or waste. Removal according to § 28 of the German Circular Economy Act,
4.
Companies that have
a)
less than 10 hectares of farmland under numbers 1 and 2 farmed,
b)
maximum up to one hectare of vegetables, hops or strawberries, and
c)
an annual A nutrient attack from economic fertilizers of animal origin of no more than 500 kilograms of nitrogen per holding.
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§ 6 Evaluation of the operating nutrient comparison

(1) The farmer has to submit in accordance with § 5 (1) the company's nutrient comparisons according to § 5 (1), according to the state law.(2) Insofar as the occupational nutrient comparison according to § 5 (1)
1.
for nitrogen an operational Nutrient surplus after Appendix 8, line 10, on the average of the last three years of fertiliser
a)
in 2006, Fertiliser years started in 2007 and 2008, of more than 90 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year,
b)
in the fertiliser years of more than 80 kilograms, started in 2007, 2008 and 2009 Nitrogen per hectare and year,
c)
in the fertiliser years of more than 70 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year or
d) started in 2008, 2009 and 2010, or
d)
in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 and later fertiliser years of more than 60 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year
2.
for phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5) an operating nutrient surplus after Appendix 8, line 10 in the The average of the last six years of fertilisation of more than 20 kilograms per hectare per year
shall be presumed to be satisfied with the requirements of Section 3 (4). This presumption shall also apply where the value of phosphate is exceeded in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence, if the soil studies in accordance with § 3 (3) sentence 1 no. 2 show that the phosphate content on average (weighted average) is 20 milligrams P (deep) 2O (deep) 5 per 100 grams of soil according to the calcium acetate lactate extraction method (CALmethod), 25 milligrams P (deep) 2O (deep) 5 per 100 grams of soil by the double lactate method (DL method) or 3.6 milligrams of P per 100 grams of soil after the Electro-ultrafiltration process (EUF) does not exceed. In the case of the first sentence of the sentence 1, there shall be no 14. January 2006, on the basis of the Fertiliser Regulation of 26 January 2006. January 1996 (BGBl. 118), as last amended by the Regulation of 14 June 2008. February 2003 (BGBl. 235), the nutrient comparisons established in accordance with the first sentence of the first sentence of paragraph 2 shall be equal. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 records

(1) farmer members have up to 31. March of the calendar year following the previous fertiliser year
1.
the determined Quantities of nutrients according to § 3 (3), including the procedures used for their investigation,
2.
the values according to § 4 (1) including the values for their determination applied methods and
3.
the initial data and results of the nutrient comparisons in accordance with § 5 (1) according to Appendixes 7 and 8.
withdrawn from sentence 1, no. 1, and 2 are areas and establishments according to § 5 (4).(2) In the case of a supply of fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids which have been produced using meat milling, bone meal or meat bone meal, agricultural land shall also be used for: within one month of each fertilization measure,
1.
the stroke on which the substances, including the name and size of the parcel and the culture grown on it,
2.
the type and quantity of the substance supplied; and the date of the application,
3.
the placing on the market of the substance in accordance with the Fertilizer Ordinance Marking,
4.
the included animal according to the Fertilizer Ordinance Marking,
5.
Fertilizers the type designation according to the Fertilizer Ordinance.
(3) The records referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall be kept for seven years after the end of the fertiliser year. unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Application restrictions and application prohibitions

(1) fertilizers other than economic fertilizers may only be used, in the case of a fertilizer regulation or by Regulation (EC) 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 December 2003, October 2003 on fertilizers (OJ L 327, 28.12. EU No L 304, p. 1). Fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates and plant aids may only be used if they comply with the provisions of the Fertilizer Regulation with regard to the composition and the correct indication of the ingredients. The exception of the second sentence is the production of fertilisers, soil adjuvants, crop substrates and plant aids which have been produced exclusively from substances which have been used in their own operations. The body responsible under national law may, on request, allow exceptions to the second sentence.(2) The use of fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant aids produced using bone meal, meat bone meal or meat meal shall be used on agricultural grassland and on the Head fertilization prohibited in vegetable or forage crops. Those who apply the substances referred to in the first sentence on other agricultural land shall be required to incorporate them immediately.(3) The use of fertilisers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant auxiliaries used for the production of diatomaceous earth is on cultivated arable land, grassland, in the field of forage and on land for the vegetable or vegetable sector, or Land-based fruit growing shall be prohibited. Those who apply the substances referred to in the first sentence on other agricultural land shall be required to incorporate them immediately. The use of dry fertilizers, soil adjuvants, culture substrates or plant adjuvants, for which diatomaceous earth has been used, is prohibited. The application of the substances referred to in sentences 1 and 3 outside of agricultural land is prohibited.(4) Fertilisers with the labelling "for the fertilising of lawn" or "for the fertilising of ornamental plants" according to Appendix 1, Section 5 of the Fertilizer Regulation, may only be used for fertilizing these crops.(5) The application of
1.
fertilizers, other than fertilisers, known as EC fertilizers
2.
Soil aids, culture substrates and plant aids,
which exceed the limit values set out in Table 1 of Annex 2 to the Fertilizer Regulation, is from the 4th December 2007. With the exception of the first sentence, fertilisers, soil adjuvants, crop substrates and plant aids are produced exclusively from substances which have been produced in their own operations. Notwithstanding sentence 1,
1.
may be up to 4. In December 2008, fertilisers corresponding to the types of fertilisers "Kohlensaurer Kalk", "Branntkalk" and "Mischkalk" shall be applied even if the limit values are exceeded in accordance with Annex 2, Table 1 of the Fertilizer Regulation,
2.
in the case of soil adjuvants and culture substrates that have been produced with the predominant use of bark, these
a)
up to the 4. In accordance with the provisions of Table 1 of the Fertilizer Regulation, the limit values for cadmium in the starting material of the fertiliser regulation are also applied in December 2008.
b)
after the 4. As far as the limit value for cadmium in the starting material is bark in accordance with Table 1 of Annex 2 to Table 1 of the Fertiliser Regulation, December 2008 shall be applied outside agricultural areas, except for children's playgrounds and house and small gardens. more than 15 of the hundred is exceeded.
way of derogation from the first sentence, the requirements for the pollutants and limit values of the Sewage Sludge Ordinance shall apply to sewage sludge and, by way of derogation from sentences 1 and 3, No 2 shall apply to bio-waste the requirements for the pollutants and limit values of the Biowaste Ordinance. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Special requirements for authorisations by the competent authorities

To the extent that the competent authority according to the country's law in the light of this Regulation, authorisations or orders shall take particular account of the fact that the fertility of the soil, the health of humans and animals and the natural environment, in particular the quality of water, shall not be jeopardised and other public-law provisions are not in conflict. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Administrative Offences

(1) Administrative Offences as defined in Section 14 (2) (1) (a) of the Fertilizer Act Intentionally or negligently
1.
contrary to § 3 (5) sentence 1 or (7) sentence 1, a substance or a person there referred to as a fertilizer,
2.
contrary to § 3 (6), first sentence, No. 1, even in combination with sentence 2, does not prevent an entry,
3.
contrary to § 3 para. 10 sentence 2, a substance with a device mentioned there,
4.
contrary to § 4 paragraph 2 where a substance or fertilizer referred to there is not incorporated or not incorporated in time,
5.
contrary to the first sentence of Article 4 (3) or the first sentence of paragraph 5, a substance, Fertiliser of animal origin or fertilizer,
6.
contrary to § 5 para. 1 sentence 1, a nutrient comparison not, not correct, not complete or not created in time,
7.
contrary to § 6 (1), does not present a nutrient comparison,
8.
contrary to § 7 para. 1 sentence 1 or para. 2, a recording not, not correct, not timely or not complete,
9.
contrary to § 7, paragraph 3, a record not or not at least seven years retained.
(2) Contrary in the sense of Section 14 (2) (1) (a) of the Fertilizer Act who intentionally or negligently applies a fertilizer, a soil adjuvant, a culture substrate or a plant auxiliary, contrary to § 8 (1) sentence 1, paragraph 2 sentence 1, (3) sentence 1, 3 sentence 1, 3 or 4 or paragraph 5 sentence 1. Non-tampering table of contents

§ 11 Transitional provisions

By way of derogation from § 4 (4) sentence 1, fertilizers with a significant amount of available Nitrogen, other than festmist without poultry cots, in 2006 already from 16. This is due to be applied in January to the Acker and grasslands. The application prohibitions arising from § 8 (1) shall apply from the 4. December 2006. Non-official table of contents

§ 11a Transitional provision

(1) § 6 (2) of the Fertiliser Ordinance of 26. January 1996 (BGBl. 118), as last amended by the Regulation of 14 December 2008. February 2003 (BGBl. 235), it is up to 31 December 2008. Continue to be applied in December 2015.(2) § 4 (4) shall also apply to facts which were established in 2006. unofficial table of contents

§ 12 (entry into force, external force)

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Appendix 1 (to § 3 para. 2 sentence 1 no. 1)
Nitrogen content of plant products

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 228-232)
3)
nutrient content Main crop and by-products related to the main ternary product
Table 1
Ackerkulturen
1 2 3 4 5
culture harvesting product% TS in the fresh mass HNV 1) 1: x kg N/dt fresh mass
Cereals, grain mais
WeizenKorn (12% RP 2)) 86-1,81
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 8 2, 21
Korn (14% RP 2)) 86-2,11
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 8 2.51
Korn (16% RP 2)) 86-2.41
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 8 2, 81
WintergersteKorn (12% RP 2)) 86-1,65
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 7 2.00
Korn (13% RP 2)) 86-1,79
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 7 2, 14
RoggenKorn (11% RP 2)) 86-1,51
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 9 1, 96
Korn (12% RP 2)) 86-1,65
Stroh 86- 0.50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 9 2, 10
Wintertriticale Korn (12% RP 2)) 86-1,65
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 9 2, 10
Korn (13% RP 2)) 86- 1.79
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 9 2, 24
Summer futuresKorn (12% RP 2)) 86-1,65
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 8 2.05
Korn (13% RP 2)) 86-1,79
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 8 2, 19
BraugersteKorn (10% RP 2)) 86-1,38
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 7 1, 73
Korn (11% RP 2)) 86-1,51
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 0, 7 1, 86
Hafer Korn (11% RP 2)) 86-1,51
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 1 2, 06
Korn (12% RP 2)) 86- 1, 65
Stroh 86-0,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 1 2, 20
Cereals Full plant 35- 0.56
KörnermaisKorn (10% RP 2)) 86-1,38
Stroh 86-0,90
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 2, 28
Korn (11% RP 2)) 86-1,51
Stroh 86-0,90
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 2.41
1 year old Grain legumes
AckerbohneKorn (30% RP 2)) 86-4,10
Stroh 86-1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 5, 60
Erbse Korn (26% RP 2)) 86-3.60
Stroh 86-1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 5, 10
Lupine blueKorn (33% RP 2)) 86-4,48
Stroh 86-1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 5, 98
Soyabohne Korn (32% RP 2)) 86-4,40
Stroh 86-1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 0 5, 90
Oil Fruit
RapsKorn (23% RP 2)) 91-3,35
Stroh 86-0,70
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 7 4.54
SunflowerKorn (20% RP 2)) 91- 2, 91
Stroh 86-1,00
Korn + Stroh 3)- 2, 0 4.91
SenfKorn 91-5,08
Stroh 86-0,70
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 5 6, 13
ÖlleinKorn 91-3.50
Stroh 86-0,53
Korn + Stroh 3)- 1, 5 4, 30
Fiber Plants
Flax (fiber lein) whole plant 86- 1.00
Hanf (100 to 150 dt/ha TM) whole plant 40- 0, 40
Miscanthus (150 to 200 dt/ha TM)whole plant 80- 0, 15
HackFruit
potatotuber 22-0,35
Kraut 15-0,20
Knolle + Kraut 3)- 0, 2 0.39
Sugar beetRübe 23-0,18
Leaf 18-0,40
Rübe + Blatt 3)- 0, 7 0.46
payrollbeetroot 15-0,18
sheet 16-0,30
Rübe + Sheet 3)- 0, 4 0, 30
mass turfbeet 12-0,14
Leaf 16-0.25
Rübe + Blatt 3)- 0, 4 0, 24
Fodder plants
Silomais whole plant 28- 0, 38
Rotklee Full plant 20- 0.55
LucerneFull plant 20- 0, 60
Kleegraswhole plant 20- 0.52
Luzernegras whole plant 20- 0.54
Weidelgras (Ackergras) Full plant 20- 0, 48
Fodder intermediateFull plant 15- 0, 35
Multi-Plants
GrassamenpropagationSeeds 86-2,20
Stroh 86-1,50
Seeds + Stroh 3)- 8, 0 14, 20
Klee-, Luzernemultiplicationseeds 91- 5.50
Stroh 86-1,50
seeds + Stroh 3)- 8, 0 17.50
1)
parent product-by-product ratio
2)
dry mass raw material
Table 2
Vegetables
1 2 3
culture Production process kg N/dt fresh mass
Field Vegetable
Aubergines 0, 32
Batavia 1)  0, 19
Blattsalate 1) 0, 19
Blumenkohl 6er 0, 32
Bohne 1) 0, 35
Bohnenkraut 1) 0, 32
Brokkoli> 500g 0, 37
Buschbohne 0, 36
Chicoree 1)Rübenanbau 0, 25
Chinakohl 0, 16
Dill 1) 0, 30
icesalad 0, 13
Endivie 1) 0, 25
fieldsalat 1) 0, 45
Grünkohl  0, 46
cucumber 0, 17
Knoblauch 1) dry 0, 48
Knollenfenchel 0, 24
Kohlrabi 8 to 10 cm 0, 30
Kohlrübe 1) 0, 28
Head lettute 0, 18
Mangold 1) 0, 25
Markerbsen 1) 0.49
Meerrettich 1) 0.51
Möhre 1) 0, 17
Paprika 1) 0, 29
Pastinake 1) 0.33
parsley 1) 0, 44
Porree  0, 27
Radicchio 0, 25
Radies 0, 20
Rettich 1) 0, 17
Rhabarber 1) 0, 29
Romana 1) normal 0, 20
RosenkohlRink only 0, 47
Rote Rüben 0, 27
Rotkohl 0, 28
chipboards 1) 0.50
black root 1) 0, 24
Sellerie 0, 27
asparagus 2)crop product only 0, 25
Speisekürbis 1) 0, 25
spinach 0.43
tomato 0, 22
white cabbage 0, 26
Wirsingkohl 1) 0, 38
zucchini 1) 0, 23
Zuckerhut 1) 0, 20
Zuckermais 1) 0, 32
Sugar melon 1) 0, 21
Zwiebeldryfeed 0, 22
 
1)
Restricted sample size when collecting
)
when asparagus is an additional requirement for storage in roots, and Rhizomes:
1.
Year of age: 5g N/plant
2.
Year of age: 6g N/plant
3.
Year of age: 5g N/ha
from 4.
Year of age: 3g N/plant
Table 3
Grünland
grasslandharvesting product Nitrogen content in kg N/dt dry mass
1 usage (40 dt/ha TM)whole plant 1.30
2 uses (55 dt/ha TM)whole plant 1, 80
3 usage (75 dt/ha TM) whole plant 2, 20
4 uses (90 dt/ha TM) whole plant 2.70
5 uses (110 dt/ha TM)Full plant 2.80
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Appendix 2 (to § 3 para. 2 sentence 1 no. 2 letter a)
Expected nitrogen delivery during plant growth from pre-culture

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 233)
Table 1
Plant-usable nitrogen supply from crop residues of pre-fruit (main fruit of the previous year)
Vorfrucht N delivery in kg N/ha
Cereals, potatoes, linen, sunflowers, silomais 0
grain maize, rapeseed, one-year pasture grass, rotary braid without legumes 10
Rübsen, Mustard, Fodder beet (leaf remaining), Feldgras and multiyear pasture grass 20
grain legumes, sugar beet (leaf remained), lucerne, clover, clover grass, rotary braid with legumes, vegetables 30
multi-year green areas (interchangeable land, permanent brache) 40
Table 2
Plant-useable nitrogen supply from intermediate fruits as well as organic or mineral nitrogen doses after the main fruit harvest of the previous year
management Nitrogen delivery in kg N/ha
no N fertilization Mineral fertilization or manure fertilization Festmist or other organic fertilizer
without intermediate frucht autumn fertilization to winter 0 2030
Nitrogen release to the straw 0 20 20
off with intermediate fruit non-legumes 0 1020
induction in the fall 10 2030
incorporation in the spring 20 30 40
with Intermediate fruit legumes run off 20 (20)(20)
Working in autumn 30 (30)(30)
Incorporation in spring 40 (40) (40)
For the N delivery from crop residues of the pre-crop (tab. 1) and from intermediate fruits as well as from organic and mineral fertilization after the main frustrated harvest of the previous year (Tab. 2) are counted in the sum of not more than 40 kg N/ha.
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Appendix 3 (to § 3 para. 2 sentence 1 no. 2 letter b)
Minimum values for plant-building nitrogen efficacy of economic fertilisers in the year of application as a percentage of total nitrogen delivered 1) for many years of use

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 234)
Tierart Gülle Festmist Jauche
cattle 50 25 90
pigs 60 30 90
Gewings 60 2) 30 3)-
Horses/Sheep- 25-
1)
Base: N-excretion abzexcl Storage losses or Determination of the N-content prior to application
2)
incl. Poultry drycot
3)
with litter.
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Appendix 4 (to § 3 para. 10)
devices to the Yield of fertilizers which do not comply with the generally accepted rules of technology

The original text: BGBl. I 2007, 234
1.
Fixed-mister without controlled misting to the distributor,
2.
Güllewagen and Jauchewagen mit freeauslauf auf den Distributor,
3.
central impact distributor, with which to the top,
4.
A manure carriage with a vertically arranged, open spinner disk as a distributor for the application of undiluted manure,
5.
Rotating Beam Sprinkler for Regrading Undiluted Gülle.
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Appendix 5 (to § 4 para. 3)
Nutrient attack on farmed animals

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 235-237)
  production method Dunganfall
kg N-excretion for each stable place and year in 6 months per occupied stall (incl. Cabinets and cleaning water)
cbm cbm
Gülle Jauche 1)
1 2 3 4 5 6
1. Dairy Farming
2. Calf Rearing 0 to 16 weeks; 80 kg increase; 3 passages p. a. 15, 3 1, 5 0, 2 2)
3. Young cattle rearing
First calf age
27 months; 580 kg increase
Grünlandconventional 60 4, 65 1, 2 2)
4.extensiv 54
5. Ackerfutterbauwith willow 49
6. Stallhaltung 42
7. Milk cow 4.0% fat, 3.4% protein; 0.9 calves Greenland6.000 kg ECM 119 9, 5 3, 0 2)
8.8,000 kg ECM 132 10, 0 3, 2 2)
9.10,000 kg ECM 149 10, 5 3, 4 2)
10. Ackerfutterbau6,000 kg ECM 104 9, 5 3, 0 2)
11. 8,000 kg ECM 118 10, 0 3, 2 2)
12.10,000 kg ECM 138 10, 5 3, 4 2)
13. Ackerfutterbau ohne Weide mit Heu 6,000 kg ECM 100 9, 5 3, 0 2)
14.8,000 kg ECM 115 10, 0 3, 2 2)
15.10,000 kg ECM 135 10, 5 3, 4 2)
16. Cattle Mast
17. Mastbulle from 45 to 625 kg LM (18 Mon.) 35 3, 35 1, 2 2)
18. from 45 to 700 kg LM 40 3, 65 1, 5 2)
19. from 80 to 700 kg LM 44 3, 35 1, 5 2)
20. from 200 to 700 kg LM 46 3, 85 1, 5 2)
21. Matchkuh 500 kg LM; 0.9 calf p. a. (180 kg sedimention weight) 87 8, 0 2.75 2)
22. 700 kg LM; 0.9 calf p. a. (220 kg sedimention weight) 106 10, 0 3, 0 2)
23. Jungrindermast 80 to 220 kg LM; 2.5 Umshoots p. a. ("Fresser-Production") 18, 4 2, 75 -3)
24. 50 to 250 kg LM; 2.1 Umshoots p. a. ("Calf Mast") 13 1, 25-3)
25. Ferkel generation
26. Sauenhaltung Ferkel up to 8 kg LM
27. 20 ore. Piglets 200 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 26, 2 2, 0 0, 6
28. N-/P-reduced 24, 6
29. 22 ore. Piglets 216 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 26, 3
30.N-/P-reduced 24, 7
31.Ferkel up to 28 kg LM
32. 20 ore. Piglets 600 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 36, 6 3, 0 0, 75
33. N-/P-reduced 34, 3
34. 22 ore. Piglets 656 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 37, 3
35.N-/P-reduced 34, 9
36. Specialized Piglet Rearing 8 to 28 kg LM 130 kg of growth per square p. a.Standard feed 3, 42 0, 3 0, 15
37. N-/P-reduced 3, 29
38. Jungsauenaufcht 28 to 115 kg LM 180 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 10, 8 0, 9 0, 3
39. N-/P-reduced 9
40. JungsaueneinOutline 95 to 135 kg LM 240 kg increase per square p. a.Standard feed 15, 5 1, 25 0, 5
41. N-/P-reduced 13, 3
42. Eberkeeping 60 kg increase per square p. a. 22, 1 1, 8 0, 75
43. Schweinemast
44. Mastschwein 28 to 117 kg LM; 700 g daily increase; 210 kg GrowthStandard feed 11, 9 0, 75 0, 3
45. N-/P-reduced 9, 8
46. 28 to 117 kg LM; 800 g daily increase; 240 kg increasestandard feed 13, 6 0, 75 0, 3
47.N-/P-reduced 11, 2
48. Horse posture
49. Reitpferde 500 to 600 kg LM Stallaring 51, 1-4)
50. Stally/Weidehaltung 53, 6
51. Reitponys 300 kg LM Stallhaltung 34, 9
52. Stally/Weidehaltung 33, 4
53. Breeding stute Großpferd (600 kg LM); Stall/Weidehaltung; 0,5 foals p. a. 63, 5
54. Pony (350 kg LM); Stall/Weidehaltung; 0.5 foal p. a. 42, 3
55. Aring Horse Großpferd; 365 kg increment; Stall-/Weidehaltung; 6. up to 36. Month 44, 5-4)
56. Pony; 150 kg growth; stall/pasture; 6. up to 36. Month 31, 6
57. Lammflesh generation
58. Mother's sheep with rearing 1, 3 Lämmer/Schaf 40 kg incrementconventional 18, 6-4)
59. extensiv 18, 1
60. Goat milk production
61.Milk goat with rearing 800 kg milk/goat p. a.; 1,5 Lämmer je Ziege; 16 kg increment/Lamm 14, 8-4)
62. Kaninchenhaltung
63. Breeding 52 reared pups/hine p. a. Breeding up to 0.6 kg LM 2, 6-4)
64. Breeding up to 3 kg LM 9, 7
65. Mast 0, 6 to 3 kg LM; 14 kg increment/place 0, 7-4)
66. GeheWeild
67.Damtiere Meat production 45 kg increment (1 Alttier + 0.85 calf) 21, 6-4)
68. EierCreation
69. Junghennenaufcht 3, 3 kg increment 4/5 phases-feedingstandard feed 4 Phases 0, 286-4)
70.N-/P-reduced 5 phases 0, 244
71. Legehennenhaltung 17, 6 kg eimassestandard feed 0, 786-4)
72.N-/P-reduced 0, 754
73. Poultry Mast
74. Hähnchenmast 40 days; 2.2 kg increment/animalstandard feed 0, 469-4)
75.N-/P-reduced 0, 403
76. 37 to 40 days; 2.0 kg increment/animalstandard feed 0, 392
77.N-/P-reduced 0, 333
78. up to 37 days; 1.7 kg growth/animal Standard food 0, 319
79.N-/P-reduced 0, 266
80. Putenmast Hähne 20, 4 kg increase 22 weeks Mast (56.8 kg feed) 2.2 UmurgesStandard Food 2, 140-4)
81.N-/P-reduced 2, 002
82.partially. P-reduced 2, 140
83. Putenmast Hennen 10, 9 kg increase 17 weeks Mast (27.9 kg feed) 2,8 Umurges Standard feed 1,579
84. N-/P-reduced 1, 492
85. share. P-reduced 1,557
86.Entenmast; Pekinagents (Ausmast) 3, 4 kg increment/animal; 13 passages up to 26 days Mast 1, 482-4)
87.Entenmast FluAgents 15, 4 kg increment/place p. a.; 4 passages; 2.7 kg of weibl., 5,0 kg male. (w:m = 1: 1) 0,588
88. Gänsemast Fast mast, 5,0 kg increment/animal 0, 183-4)
89. Midmast, 6,8 kg increment/animal 0,554
90. Spät/Weidemast, 7.8 kg increment/animal 1, 040
 
1)
Low straw stray: 3 to 4 kg/GM and day
2)
In the case of medium stray strobe (6 to 8 kg/GM and day), the specified jauchean attack is Halving, with high straw stray (> 11 kg/GV and day), no Jauche on
)
Process combination not relevant, d. h. no straw on
4)
no jauchea case because of high-level stray or mistaking
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Appendix 6 (to § 4 para. 3, § 5 para. 1, 2 and 3, annexes 7 and 8)
metrics for the appropriate evaluation of fed nitrogen fertiliser

(reference of the Original text: BGBl. I 2007, 238)
1. I. Minimum values to be calculated as% of the excretions to
Total nitrogen in economic fertilizers of animal origin Origin and
other characteristics
2. output Supply
3. After deduction of stalls and storage losses After deduction of stalls, storage and delivery losses
4. Tierart GülleFestmist, Jauche, Tiefstall GülleFestmist, Jauche, Tiefstall
5. 1 2 3 4 5
6. cattle 85 70 70 60
7. Pigs 70 65 60 55
8. Gewings 60 50
9. Other (Horses, Sheep) 55  50
10. Weidegang, alle Tierarten 1) 25
11. II. Other inevitable surpluses/required
increases for nitrogen
12. Vegetable Construction I For the last culture before winter, depending on culture, culture, or Products up to 50 kg N/ha and year:
Rettich, radies, field lettuce, green cabbage, dill, carrots, red beet, chives, peat peas, onion, pumpkin, parsley, salads, spinach, chicory.
Further differentiation or non-mentioned cultures after Indication or in coordination with the competent authority according to the country's law.
13. Vegetable Building II For the last culture before winter, depending on culture, culture, or Products up to 80 kg N/ha and year:
celery, chinakohl, bush beans, kohlrabi, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage, cucumber, leek, tuber fennel.
Further differentiation or non-mentioned crops, as specified or in coordination with the according to national law competent authority.
14. Vegetable III For the last culture before winter, depending on culture, culture methods or products, up to 120 kg N/ha and year. Up to 160 kg N/ha and year if, as far as possible, appropriate measures for the reduction of nitrogen discharge are carried out, in particular greening or cultivation of arable winter crops:
broccoli, cauliflower, whirling, zucchini, pliers beans, White cabbage, sugar maize.
Further differentiation or non-mentioned crops, as specified or in coordination with the body responsible under national law.
15. particularities in certain types of operations, the use of certain fertilizers, the cultivation
certain crops, the production of certain types of fertilizers, the production of certain types of fertilizers, Qualities, the keeping of certain animal species or the use of certain forms of farming or not to be represented by crop failures
By default or in coordination with the national law competent authority.
1)
In the case of an exclusive grazing operation. In case of a partial cutting use, the values according to column 4 and/or 4 are shown. 5.
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Appendix 7 (to § 5 para. 1, § 7 (1) (3)
Annual operating nutrient comparison
for nitrogen (N) or phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5) (underline nutrient) for the fertiliser year ...

(found in the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 239;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
1. Collection of data for operational nutrient comparison
The operational nutrient-1.1 Summary of the ()
comparison is made by results of comparisons for
Impacts or management
units,
1.2 Supply and ()
removal for the agricultural

Unique name of the operation: ................................
Size of the farm in hectares of agricultural area: ....
Start and end of the fertiliser year: ..............................................
Creation Date: .............................................................

2. Collection of data for nutrient comparisons based on the impact or on the ()
management unit (for the
later summary of impact assessments according to point 1.1)
-Unique name of the stroke, the Management Unit: ...
-Size of the Battle, the Management Unit: ....................
-For grassland: ....................
Number of cutting uses: ....................
Number of pasture days at the stroke: ....................
Number and type of animals kept on pasture: .....

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I Management Unit, I Management Unit,
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I supply and removal I I
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1)
In the case of grazing, depending on the number of grazing days, according to § 4 para. 1.
2)
In grassland, depending on the location-dependent usage frequency and location.
3)
Detailed breakdown required.
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asset 8 (Section 5 (1), Section 6 (1), Section 7 (1) (3))
A multi-year operating nutrient comparison
Moving averages for nitrogen (3 years) and phosphate (P (deep) 2O (deep) 5) (6 years)

(found in the original text: BGBl. I 2007, 240)
Last considered fertilizer or fertilizer. Marketing year: ...
Beginning and end of fertiliser year:
Unique name of operation:
Size of the farm in hectares of agricultural area:
Type of balancing of the initial data:
Date of creation:
1. Operating Nutrient comparison on average
for several consecutive years according to Appendix 7
2. Difference in fertilizer and/or fertilizer Marketing year
kilogram/hectare
3. Nitrogen: fertilizer year and two previous years phosphate: fertiliser year and five previous years
4. previous year:-
5. previous year:-
6. previous year:-
7. previous year:
8. previous year:
9. Fertilizer Year:
10. Average number of operating surplus per ha and year