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 fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant resources according to the principles of good professional practice in the fertilizer (minimum - DüV) DüV Ausfertigung date: 10.01.2006 full quotation: "information in the version of the notice of February 27, 2007 (BGBl. I S. 221), most recently by article 5 paragraph 36 of the Act of February 24, 2012 (BGBl. I p. 212) has been changed" stand: Neugefasst by BEK. v. 27.2.2007 I 221;
 
as last amended by article 5 paragraph 36 G v. 24.2.2012 I 212 for more information on the stand number found in the menu under instructions the regulation is also the implementation of the Directive 91/676/EEC of 12 December 1991 for the protection of waters against pollution by nitrates from agricultural sources (OJ EC No. L 375, p. 1).
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 14.1.2006 +++) (+++ official note of the standard authority on EC law: implementation of EWGRL 676/91 (CELEX Nr: 31991 L 0676) +++) § 1 scope the regulation lays down 1 the good practice in the application of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant resources on agricultural land, 2. diminishing material risks through the use of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant resources on agricultural land and other areas , unless this regulation expressly states this.

Article 2 definitions for the purposes of this regulation are: 1. land area: an used arable land, land used for horticultural purposes, grassland, Obstflächen, weinbaulich used land, hop areas, tree school areas. adopted areas belong to the utilised agricultural area also limited from agricultural production, provided are carried to this land of fertilizers, soil enhancers, growing mediums or plant tools; used land; do not belong to the utilised agricultural area in closed or ground-independent culture methods
2: a uniformly managed, spatially contiguous and covered with the same plant species or species with similar nutritional claims or intended to order face;
3. Unit of management: multiple strokes, which exhibit comparable site conditions, are uniformly managed and is covered with the same plant species or species with similar nutritional claims or intended to order;
4. Düngejahr: Period of twelve months, to the management of the vast part of the utilised agricultural area, in particular the accompanying fertilization refers;
5. fertilization: Supply of plant nutrients through fertilizers, soil enhancers, growing mediums or plants aid for producing of crops, as well as to preserve the fertility of the soil;
6 nutrients: total of quantity of nutrients via fertilization and the nutrient input outside of fertilization;
7 nutritional needs: nutrient amount that is necessary to achieve a certain income or a certain quality;
8 requirements: nutrient amount that covers the nutritional needs of a culture after deduction of any other available quantities of nutrients, and taking into account the nutrients of the soil;
9 essential nutrient amount: a guided to nutrient amount per hectare per year of more than 50 kilograms of nitrogen (total-N) or 30 kg phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5);
10 essential nutrients: nutrient content in the dry matter of more than 1.5 hundred nitrogen (total-N) or 0.5 of the hundred phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5);
11 essential content of available nitrogen: the soluble in a calcium chloride solution share of about 10 percent at a total nitrogen content in the dry matter of more than 1.5 per cent;
12 frozen soil: soil that is frozen solid and not surface thaw during the course of the day.

Article 3 principles for the application is (1) before of applying essential nutrient quantities of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant resources appropriately to determine the requirements of the culture. Requirements for maintaining the location-based soil fertility are additionally taken into account. The Düngebedarfsermittlung must be so that a balance between the foreseeable nutrient requirements and the nutrient supply is guaranteed.
(2) the Düngebedarfs is calculated for every beat or management unit, taking into account the following factors: 1. the nutrient needs of the plant stand for under the respective location and growing conditions expected yields and qualities; While the values are for nitrogen after Appendix 1 to attract 2. the quantities of nutrients available in the soil and plants available and expected to be during the growth of the stock as a result of location conditions, especially of the climate, the soil type and soil type, as well as determining nutrient; (there are a) for the replenishment of nitrogen from the Preculture during growth the values specified in Appendix 2 and b) for the utilization of nitrogen from organic fertilizers the values according to annex 3 to be used, 3 the lime content or the soil reaction (Ph) and the humus content of the soil, 4. the nutrient quantities supplied by management - excluding the fertilising - including irrigation and usable during growth of stock , 5. the growing conditions, which affect nutrient availability, particularly culture type, rotation, tillage and irrigation.
In addition, results of regional field trials should be used.
(3) before applying significant quantities of nutrients, the available soil nutrient amounts of operation are to determine 1 for nitrogen on every beat or each management unit - except on permanent grassland plots - for the moment of fertilization, but at least a year, a) by examining representative samples or b) recommendation the competent according to national law for the agricultural extension or one of these recommended guidance organisation aa) by copying the results of investigations than comparable or bb) by application of calculation and estimation procedures , based on specific findings.
The sampling and investigations are carried out according to the competent according to national law.
2. for phosphate on basis of research representative soil samples, for every stroke from a hectare, usually in the context of a crop rotation, at least every six years who are. No. 2 are excluded areas according to § 5 ABS. 4.
The soil surveys are carried out by a laboratory approved by the competent authority under other provisions.
(4) applying time and quantity are fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools to select that available or becoming available nutrients the plants are as far as possible in a timely manner in a quantity corresponding to the nutritional needs of plants available.
(5) the application of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant remedies with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate may not be if the floor flooded, water-saturated, frozen or consistently higher than 5 cm is covered with snow. Notwithstanding sentence 1 lime fertilizer may be applied phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5) on frozen ground according to annex 1 section 1 of the fertilisers regulation with a content of less than 2 per cent.
(6) in the case of the application of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, growing media and plant AIDS with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate 1 is a direct entry of nutrients into surface waters through adherence to a distance of at least three metres from the edge of the yield surface determined by the spreading width and the top of the embankment of the particular surface water to avoid, 2 for this to make sure that no flooding into surface waters is carried out.
By way of derogation from set distance 1 No. 1 at least one metre, as far as rate used 1 device, where the working width spreading width is equal to, or that have a border spreading device, for the spreading of the materials.
(7) on plots of land that have a slope by an average of more than 10 per cent to the waters within a distance of 20 metres to the top of the embankment of water pursuant to paragraph 6 (steeply inclined surfaces), fertilizer with essential nutrient contents of nitrogen or phosphate within a distance of three meters to the top of the embankment not and furthermore must be applied within this area only as follows : 1 within the range between three and ten meters to the top of the embankment only, if the fertilizers are introduced directly into the ground, 2. on the remaining part of the area a) at unsolicited arable land only for immediate induction, b) on ordered plots of land aa) bb series culture (row spacing of 45 centimetres or more) only developed Untersaat or immediate induction,) without series culture only when sufficient Habitat or cc) after application of mulch or direct seeding process.
Sentence 1 No. 1 does not apply for the application of solid manure, except poultry droppings. The requirements of the sentence 1 No. 2 apply the application of solid manure for the entire area between three and 20 metres to the top of the embankment. Paragraph 6 shall remain unaffected.
(8) paragraphs 6 and 7 do not apply to waters as far as these are excluded according to section 2, subsection 2 of the water resources Act of its application.
(9) statutory distance and management regulations which go beyond the provisions of paragraphs 6 and 7, shall remain unaffected.
(10) devices to the spreading of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant equipment must comply with the generally accepted rules of technology. The application of substances pursuant to sentence 1 with devices according to annex 4 is prohibited as of 1 January 2010. Devices that were taken up to January 14, 2006, in operation, may be used by way of derogation from sentence 2 until December 31, 2015 for applying.

§ 4 additional guidance on the application of certain fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools (1) the application of organic fertilizers or organic-mineral fertilizers according to annex 1 section 3 which fertilizer regulation, soil improvement substances, growing media, or plant tools with each mainly organic ingredients including manure may only be their levels of total nitrogen and phosphate, in the case of manure if prior to applying, liquid manure, other liquid organic fertilizers or poultry feces in addition of ammonium nitrogen 1 on the basis of prescribed labelling operation known , 2. on the basis been determined by the competent national law instead of the operating data or 3. on the basis of scientifically recognised methods by the company or on its behalf has been established.
(2) a person who applies manure, liquid manure, other liquid organic or organic mineral fertilizer containing significant levels of available nitrogen or poultry droppings on uncharted arable land, it has to incorporate these immediately.
(3) from manures of animal origin, also in mixtures, nutrients be allowed without prejudice to the provisions under section 3 only so, that the quantity of total nitrogen does not exceed 170 kg of total nitrogen per hectare per year in the average of the agricultural land of the operation. For the determination of the amount of nitrogen applied with animal manures including the pasture aisle at least the values are according to annex 5 and annex 6 rows 6-9 column 2 or 3. Other values may be used at the position of animal species that cannot be captured with annex 6 or if the operation against the competent national law proves that the applied amount of nitrogen - in particular by special breeding or feeding methods – different. Areas will be used for an application pursuant to paragraph 4, shall be deducted before calculating the area average of the area to be taken into account.
(4) on grassland and on field grass you may be applied manure so that the amount of total nitrogen applied with them does not exceed 230 kg of total nitrogen per hectare per year in the average of this area as far as 1. grassland use this Green land per year is used extensively with at least four sections or three cuts and grazing, 2. only tow tube, Schleppschuh, slotted disc or otherwise reducing the loss of nitrogen are used , 3. the operational nitrogen nutrient surplus values has not exceeded in the previous year pursuant to section 6 para 2, 4 through the increased fertilization of operational nutrient excess phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5) the in section 6 paragraph 2 value referred to in no. 2 does not exceed, 5. the law of country responsible for these areas that the nutrient comparisons are Düngebedarfsermittlung according to § 3 para 1 and 2 and for the three years preceding application according to § 5 para 1 and the competent body under national law Applying the intended amount approved; the competent body under national law has to include the management objectives in its decision within the meaning of §§ 27 through 31, 44 and 47 of the water resources Act, the actual conditions do not change 6 to number 1 in the approved period.
Approval is pursuant to sentence 1 No. 5 to apply again after a year each. For the determination of the amount of nitrogen applied with animal manures including the pasture aisle at least the values are according to annex 5 and annex 6 rows 6-9 column 2 or 3. Other values may be used at the position of animal species that cannot be captured with annex 6 or if the farmer to the competent authority that the quantity of nitrogen applied - in particular through special feeding process - is different. In the years 2006 to 2008 the body responsible under national law in place of evidence can take 5 other operational evidence of decision 1 No. pursuant to sentence.
(5) fertilizer with significant levels of available nitrogen, other than solid manure without poultry feces, must not be placed at the following times: 1. on arable land from 1 November to 31 January, 2. grassland from 15 November to 31 January.
The competent body under national law may be approved 1 other times for the time limit pursuant to sentence, as far as the duration of the period without interruption for twelve weeks of farmland and grassland ten weeks does not fall below. For the approval, typical conditions are to be used in particular weather conditions or beginning and end the growth of plants, as well as objectives of the soil and water conservation. The competent authority can meet to further conditions for the application and time limit the duration of the permit.
(6) on arable land manure, slurry and other liquid organic and organic mineral fertilizer containing significant levels of available nitrogen or poultry droppings may only 1 succeeding crops grown in the same year, including intercropping after the harvest of the last main fruit before the winter until the culture or 2 as balance fertilization for crop straw on the field of residual, but not more than 40 kilograms of ammonium nitrogen, or 80 kg of total nitrogen per hectare are brought up in the amount of the current Düngebedarfes of nitrogen.

§ Has an operational comparison of nutrient nitrogen and phosphate for the expired Düngejahr 5 nutritional comparison (1) the holder each year no later than March 31 in accordance with Annex 7 1 area balance sheet or 2. aggregated impact balance sheet on the basis of nutrient comparisons for every beat or management unit to create and to combine an annually updated multi-year nutrient comparison to annex 8.
(2) when use of animal manures the farmer to the determination of the nitrogen has 4 and 5 rows of 6 to 9 at least the values according to annex 6 columns for the pro-rata grazing according to annex 6 row 10, to set the value. The farmer must take into account maximum resulting losses according to the application technique used by him.
(3) special features of certain types of operation, the application specific fertilizer, the farmer more inevitable surpluses or required supplements according to the requirements, or in coordination with the competent national law may consider the cultivation of certain crops, the production of certain qualities, to take into account the attitude of certain species or the use of certain forms of husbandry or for which no crop failures, (annex 6 line 15). Also the holder for the determination of the results of the comparison of nitrogen may when relative to the last culture values rows 12 to 14, according to annex 6 before winter, the mentioned crops. Sentence 2 shall not apply in the unique growing of a vegetable crop within a crop rotation within a Düngejahres.
(4) paragraph 1 excludes: 1 areas where only ornamental plants are grown, nursery -, Rebschul - and Baumobstflächen and not in the yield permanent crops of the harvests and wine, 2 surfaces with exclusive grazing at an annual proportion of nitrogen (nitrogen excretion) of manures of animal origin up to 100 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare, if no additional nitrogen fertilization takes place, 3. establishments, the essential on any impact nutrient quantities of nitrogen and phosphate fertilizers , Soil improvement substances, growing media, plant equipment or wastes for disposal apply under section 28 of the law of circulation management, 4. establishments, the a) minus the area of surfaces in accordance with paragraphs 1 and 2 less than 10 hectares of agricultural commercialization, b) a maximum up to an acre grow vegetables, hops, or strawberries and c) have an annual nutrient attack from animal manures not more than 500 kg nitrogen per operation.

§ 6 evaluation of operational nutritional comparison (1) the holder has to submit operational nutrient comparisons according to § 5 para 1 to request the competent according to national law.
(2) as far as the operational comparison of nutrient according to § 5 para 1 a 1 for nitrogen operational nutrient surplus according to annex 8 line 10 in the average of the three last Düngejahre a) in the 2006, 2007 and 2008 started Düngejahren from over 90 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year, b) in the 2007, 2008 and 2009 begun Düngejahren by about 80 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare per year (c).
in the 2008, 2009 and 2010 begun Düngejahren by about 70 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year or d) in the 2009, 2010 and 2011, and later started Düngejahren of about 60 kilograms of nitrogen per hectare and year or 2 for phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5) nutrient surplus operating according to annex 8 line 10 in the average of the last six Düngejahre of over 20 kilograms per hectare per year does not exceed , assumed that the requirements of § 3 para 4 are met. This presumption also applies if the value for phosphate pursuant to sentence 1 No. 2 is exceeded, if the soil surveys according to § 3 para 3 sentence 1 No. 2 revealed that the phosphate content in the average (weighted average) does not exceed 20 milligrams of P(tief)2O(tief)5 per 100 grams ground after the calcium acetate lactate extraction method (CAL), 25 milligrams of P(tief)2O(tief)5 per 100 grams ground after the double-lactate method (DL method) or 3.6 mg P per 100 g soil after the electric ultra filtration (EUF method) procedure. In the case of sentence 1 No. 2 face 14 January 2006 on the basis of the minimum of 26 January 1996 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 118), last amended by the Decree of 14 February 2003 (BGBl. I S. 235), created nutrient comparisons the nutrient comparisons matter pursuant to sentence 1 No. 2.

§ 7 records (1) farmers have to record 1 to March 31 of the calendar year following on the each expired Düngejahr the measured quantities of nutrients according to § 3 para 3 including the procedures applied to their investigation, 2. the values according to § 4 paragraph 1 including the procedures used for their determination, and 3. the output data and results of the nutrient comparisons according to § 5 para 1 to annexes 7 and 8 excluded from sentence 1 Nos. 1 and 2 are areas and companies according to § 5 para 4. (2) for a supply of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools which made use of meat meal, bone meal and meat and bone meal, on agricultural land are also within one month after the respective fertilization measure to record 1 the blow on the substances have been applied, including the name and the size of the floor piece, as well as the culture that built, 2. the type and quantity of the substance and the date of the application , 3. the placing of the substance in accordance with the marking to the fertilisers regulation, 4 the contained animal material in accordance with the marking to the fertilisers regulation, 5 fertilizers the type designation in accordance with the marking to the fertilisers regulation.
(3) the records are under paragraphs 1 and 2 to store seven years after the end of the Düngejahres.

§ 8 restrictions and bans on application (1) fertilizers, but manure may only be used, if they a fertilizer regulation or regulation (EC) No 2003/2003 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 2003 relating to fertilisers (OJ EU no. L 304, p. 1) approved type match. Manure, soil enhancers, culture substrates and plants resource may be applied only if they comply with the provisions of the fertilisers regulation with regard to the composition and properly specifying of the ingredients. Manure, soil enhancers, culture substrates and plants resource created exclusively from materials that are incurred in the own operation are excluded from sentence 2. At the request of the competent body under national law may allow exceptions from set 2.
(2) the application of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools that were produced using bone meal, meat and bone meal, or meat meal is prohibited on agricultural grassland and the head fertilization in the vegetable and forage cropping. Who's bringing the substances referred to in sentence 1 on other agricultural land, has to incorporate these immediately.
(3) the application of fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools, diatomaceous earth has been used for their production, ordered arable land, grassland, field forage production, as well as on land that are intended for the vegetables or ground fruit is forbidden. Who's bringing the substances referred to in sentence 1 on other agricultural land, has to incorporate these immediately. The application of dry fertilizers, soil improvement substances, culture substrates or plant tools, diatomaceous earth has been used for their production, is prohibited. The use of the substances referred to in sentences 1 and 3 outside agricultural land is prohibited.
(4) fertilisers marked "to the fertilization of grass" or "for fertilising ornamental plants" according to annex 1 section 5 of the fertilisers regulation may be used only for the fertilization of these cultures.
(5) the application of 1 fertilizers, except fertilizers, which are referred to as EC fertilisers, 2. soil improvement substances, growing media and plant resources, which according to Appendix 2, table 1 of the fertilisers regulation exceed the limits, is prohibited from December 4, 2007. Manure, soil enhancers, culture substrates and plants resource created exclusively from materials that are incurred in the own operation are excluded from sentence 1. By way of derogation from sentence 1 the fertilizer, which correspond to the types of fertilisers "Carbonate limestone", "Lime" and "Mixing lime", may be applied 1 until December 4, 2008 table 1 of the fertilisers regulation also exceeding the limit values pursuant to annex 2, 2. in the case of soil improvement substances and growing media, which made this a predominantly using bark) up to 4 December 2008 also at exceeding of the limit values for cadmium in the feedstock bark on Appendix 2 table 1 of the fertilisers regulation are applied , b) to December 4, 2008 outside agricultural land, except children's playgrounds as well as home and gardening, to be applied as far as the limit value for cadmium in the raw material bark is exceeded according to Appendix 2 table 1 of the fertilisers regulation by not more than 15 per cent.
Notwithstanding sentence 1 the pollutants and limits of sewage sludge Ordinance requirements apply to sewage sludge and by way of derogation from sentences of 1 and 3 No. 2 on the limits of the regulation on organic waste and pollutants requirements for the bio-waste.

§ 9 special requirements for approval by the competent authorities as far as the body responsible under national law on the basis of this regulation issued permits or makes arrangements, has them especially to take into account that the fertility of the soil, the health of people and animals, as well as the natural environment, in particular water quality, are not endangered and other public regulations do not preclude.

Article 10 any person within the meaning of § 14 para 2 No. 1 is letter a of the Düngegesetzes offences (1), who intentionally or negligently 1 contrary to section 3, paragraph 5, sentence 1 and paragraph 7 sentence 1 a substance or a there called fertilizer raises, 2. contrary to section 3, paragraph 6, sentence 1 No. 1, not avoids an entry in connection with sentence 2, 3. contrary to section 3, paragraph 10, sentence 2 brings up a fabric with a specified device , 4. contrary to § 4 ABS. 2 a listed substance or there called fertilizers not or not timely works, 5. contrary to section 4, paragraph 3, sentence 1 or paragraph 5 brings up set 1 a substance, manure or fertilizer, 6 contrary to § 5 para 1 sentence 1 not, incorrectly, incompletely or not in time creates a nutrient comparison, not presents a comparison of the nutrient 7 violates article 6 par. 1 that makes 8 contrary to section 7 subsection 1 sentence 1 or 2 a recording, not properly, not timely or not completely, 9 contrary to section 7 para 3 kept a record of not or at least seven years.
(2) any person within the meaning of § 14 para 2 No. 1 letter a of the Düngegesetzes who are, intentionally or through negligence contrary to § 8 paragraph 1, sentence 1, paragraph 2 sentence 1, paragraph 3 set 1, 3 or 4 or paragraph 5 sentence 1 is a fertilizer, a soil additive, a growing medium or a plant remedy applies.

§ 11 transitional provisions by way of derogation may be applied, fertilizers with significant levels of available nitrogen, other than solid manure without poultry droppings of § 4 para 4 sentence 1 in 2006 from January 16th on arable and grassland. The application prohibitions arising from article 8, paragraph 1 shall apply from 4 December 2006.

section 11a of the transitional provisions (1) § 6 par. 2 of the minimum of 26 January 1996 (BGBl. I p. 118), most recently by the Decree of 14 February 2003 (BGBl. I S. 235) is changed, is to apply until 31 December 2015 continues to.
(2) section 4 (4) is to apply also to situations arising in the year 2006.

§ 12 (entry into force, expiry) - Appendix 1 (to section 3 subsection 2 sentence 1 No. 1) nitrogen of plant products (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 228-232) table 1 crops 1 2 3 4 5 culture harvest product % TS in matter HNV 1) 1: x kg N/dt matter grain, grain maize wheat grain (12% RP 2)) 86 - 86-1.81 straw 0,50 grain + straw 3) - 0.8 2.21 grain (14% RP 2)) 86 - 86-2.11 straw 0,50 grain + straw 3) - 0.8 2.51 grain (16% RP 2)) 86 - 86-2.41 straw 0,50 grain + straw 3) - 0.8 2.81 winter barley grain (12% RP 2)) 86 - 86-1.65 straw 0,50 grain + straw 3) - 0.7 2.00 grain (13% RP 2)) 86 - 86-1.79 straw 0,50 grain + straw 3) - 0.7 2.14 rye grain (11% RP 2)) 86-1.51 straw 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
Sommerfuttergerste
Korn (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
Braugerste
Korn (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
Getreide
Ganzpflanze
35

0,56
Körnermais
Korn (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
Einjährige Körnerleguminosen
Ackerbohne
Korn (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 blau
Korn (33% RP 2))
86

4,48
Stroh
86

1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)

1,0
5,98
Sojabohne
Korn (32% RP 2))
86

4,40
Stroh
86

1,50
Korn + Stroh 3)

1,0
5,90
Ölfrüchte
Raps
Korn (23% RP 2))
91

3,35
Stroh
86 - 0.70 grain + straw 3) - 1.7 4.54 sunflower grain (20% RP 2)) 91-2.91 straw 86-1.00 grain + straw 3) - 2.0 4.91 mustard grain - 5.08 straw 86 - 91 0.70 grain + straw 3) - 1.5 6.13 oil flax grain 91 - 86 3.50 straw - 0.53 grain + straw 3) - 1.5 4.30 textile crops of flax (flax) full plant 86-1.00 hemp (100 to 150 dt / ha TM) full plant 40 - 0.40 Miscanthus (150 to 200 dt / ha TM) whole plant 80 - 0.15 root crops potato tuber 22 - 0.35 herb 15 - 0.20
Tuber + herb 3) - 0.2 0.39 sugar beet beet 23 - 0.18 sheet 18 - 0.40 beet + sheet 3) - 0.7 0.46 content beet beet 15 - 0.18 sheet 16 - 0.30 beet + sheet 3) - 0.4 0.30 bulk beet beet 12 - 0.14 sheet 16 - 0.25 beet + sheet 3) - 0.4 0.24 forage maize whole plant 28 - 0.38 red clover whole plant 20 - 0.55 alfalfa whole plant 20 - 0.60 dress whole plant 20 - 0.52 alfalfa grass whole plant 20 - 0.54 ryegrass (arable grass) full plant - 0.48 feed catch crops full plant 15 - 20 0.35 propagating plants grass seed propagation seed 86-2.20 straw 86-1.50 seeds +. Straw 3) - 8.0 14.20 clover, alfalfa plant seeds 91-5.50 straw 86-1.50 seeds + straw 3) - 8.0 17.50 1) main crop product minor crop product ratio 2) crude protein content in the dry matter of 3) nutrient content of main crop and minor harvest product relative to the main crop product table 2 vegetables 1 2 3 culture production process kg N/dt matter field vegetables Eggplant 0.32 Batavia 1) 0.19 lettuce 1) 0.19 cauliflower 6 0.32 bean 1) 0.35 savory 1) 0.32 broccoli > 500 g 0.37 Bush bean 0.36 chicory 1) beet 0.25 Chinese cabbage 0.16 dill 1) 0.30 iceberg lettuce 0.13 Endive 1)
 
0,25
Feldsalat 1)
 
0,45
Grünkohl
 
0,46
Gurke
 
0,17
Knoblauch 1)
trocken
0,48
Knollenfenchel
 
0,24
Kohlrabi
8 bis 10 cm
0,30
Kohlrübe 1)
 
0,28
Kopfsalat
 
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
Petersilie 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
Rosenkohl
nur Röschen
0,47
Rote Rüben
 
0,27
Rotkohl
 
0,28
Schnittlauch 1)
 
0,50
Schwarzwurzel 1)
 
0,24
Sellerie
 
0,27
Asparagus 2) only harvest product 0.25 squash 1) 0.25 spinach 0.43 tomato 0.22 cabbage 0.26 Savoy cabbage 1) 0.38 Zucchini 1) 0.23 Sugar Loaf 1) 0.20 sweet corn 1) 0.32 sugar melon 1) 0.21 onion dry food 0.22 1) reduced sample size for the collection of data 2) in the case of asparagus additional needs for storage in roots and rhizomes: 1st year of stand: 5 g N/plant 2. stand year: 6 g N/plant 3. stand year : 5 g N per hectare from the 4th year of stand: 3 g N/plant table 3 grassland grassland harvest product nitrogen content in kg N/dt dry matter 1 use (40 dt / ha TM) whole plant 1.30 2 uses (55 dt / ha TM) whole plant 1.80 3 uses (75 dt / ha TM) whole plant 2.20 4 uses (90 dt / ha TM) whole plant 2.70 5 uses (110 dt / ha TM) whole plant 2.80 annex 2 (to section 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1 No. 2 letter a) estimated nitrogen delivery during the growth of plants from the previous culture () Site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 233) table 1 plant commercial bare nitrogen delivery from crop residues of the rotation (main fruit of last year) rotation N delivery in kg N/ha grain, potatoes, flax, sunflower, maize 0 grain maize, oilseed rape, annual ryegrass, rotational fallow without legumes 10 colza, mustard, fodder beet (leaf remaining), field grass and perennial ryegrass 20 grain legumes, sugar beet (leaf remained), alfalfa, clover, clover grass, fallow rotation with legumes, vegetables 30 perennial vegetated areas (grassland of change of , Continuous fallow) 40 table 2 plants commercial bare nitrogen supply from intercropping as well as organic or mineral nitrogen treatments after the main fruit crop of last year management nitrogen delivery in kg N/ha no N fertilization, mineral fertilization or Gülledüngung fixed Gemist or other organic fertilizer without catch crop fall fertilization to the wintering 0 20 30 nitrogen gift to the Straw composting 0 20 20 with catch crop not legumes left 0 10 20 training fall 10 20 30 induction in spring 20 30 40 with catch crop legumes left 20 (20) (20) induction in the autumn of 30 (30) () (30) training in spring 40 (40) (40) for the N supply from crop residues of the rotation (tab. 1) and catch crops and organic and mineral fertilizers after the main fruit crop of the previous year (table 2) not exceeding 40 kg be counted in the total N/ha.

Annex 3 (to section 3, paragraph 2, sentence 1 No. 2 letter b) minimum values for cultivation nitrogen effectiveness of led to manure in the year of application as a percentage of the total nitrogen 1) for long-time application (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 234) animal manure fixed Gemist slurry cattle 50 25 90 pigs 60 30 90 poultry 60 2) 30 3) - horses/sheep - 25-1) Base: N excretion less storage losses or determination of the N content before the output 2) incl. poultry dry feces 3) with bedding.

Annex 4 (according to § 3 para 10) devices to the market of fertilizers, not the generally accepted rules of technology correspond to sites of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 234 1 solid manure spreader without controlled crap supply to the Distributor, 2. slurry tankers and liquid manure wagon with free outflow at the Distributor, 3 Central impact distribution facing upwards is emitted, 4. slurry tanker with vertically arranged, open rotor disc as a distributor for the application of undiluted slurry , 5 Rotary beam sprinkler irrigation of undiluted slurry.

Annex 5 (to § 4 para 3) nutrient seizure in farm animals (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 235-237) production process manure Anfall kg N excretion ever occupied stall space and year 6 months ever occupied stall space (including potions - and cleaning water) cbm cbm manure slurry 1) 1 2 3 4 5 6 1 dairy farming 2. calf raising 0 to 16 weeks; 80 kg growth; 3 passages p. a. 15.3 1.5 0.2 2) 3 young beef breeding, calving age 27 months; 580 kg increase grassland conventionally 60 4.65 1,2 2) 4 extensively 54 5. arable fodder production with pasture 49 6 groom 42 7 dairy cow 4.0% fat, 3.4% protein; 0.9 calves grassland 6,000 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 Rauf feed building 6,000 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 farm forage production without pasture with hay 6,000 kg ECM 100 9.5 3.0 2) 14 8000 kg ECM 115 10.0 3.2 2) 15 10,000 kg ECM 135 10.5 3.4 2)
16 cattle 17 mast boy from 45 up to 625 kg ch (18 Mon.) 35 3.35 1.2 2) 18th from 45 up to 700 kg LM 40 3.65 1.5 2) 19 from 80 to 700 kg ch 44 3.35 1.5 2) 20 from 200 to 700 kg ch 46 3.85 1.5 2) 21 mother cow 500 kg LM; 0.9 calves p. a. (weaning weight of 180 kg) 87-8.0 2.75 2) 22 700 kg LM; 0.9 calves p. a. (weaning weight 220 kg) 106 10.0 3.0 2)
23 young beef mast from 80 to 220 kg LM; 2.5 machinations p. a. ("hog production") 18.4 2.75-3) 24 50 to 250 kg LM; 2.1 machinations p. a. ("calf mast") 13-1.25-3) 25 piglet production 26 sow housing piglets up to 8 kg LM 27 20 aufgez. Piglet 200 kg increase per square p. a. standard feed 26.2 2.0 of 0.6 28 n / P-reduces 24.6 29 22 aufgez. Piglet 216 kg increase per square p. a. standard feed 26.3 30 N / P-reduces 24.7 31 piglets up to 28 kg ch 32. 20 aufgez. Piglet 600 kg increase per square p. a. standard feed 36.6 3.0 of 0.75 33. n / P-reduces 34.3 34. 22 aufgez. Piglet 656 kg increase per square p. a. standard feed 37.3 35. N / P-reduces 34.9 36. specialized Ferkel breeding 8 to 28 kg ch 130 kg increase per square p. a. standard feed 3.42 0.3 of 0.15 37. n / P-reduces 3.29 38. Jungs outdoor breeding 28-115 kg LM 180 kg increase per square p. a. standard food 10.8 0.9 of 0.3 39. n / P-reduces 9 40th Jungs floodplain re-integration 95 to 135 kg LM 240 kg increase per square p. a. standard food 15.5 1.25 of 0.5 41 n / P reduces
13.3 42. E farming 60 kg increase per square p. a. 22.1 1.8 of 0.75 44. 43. pig Porker 28 to 117 kg LM; 700 g daily gain; 210 kg increase in standard lining 11.9 0.75 of 0.3 45 n / P-reduces 9.8 46. 28 to 117 kg LM; 800 g daily gain; 240 kg increase in standard lining 13.6 0.75 of 0.3 47 n / P-reduces 11.2 48th horse keeping 49. riding horses 500 to 600 kg LM install housing 51.1 4) 50 stall / grazing 53.6 51. riding Ponys 300 kg LM install housing 34.9 52. install / grazing 33.4 53. broodmares large horse (600 kg LM); Stable - / pasture husbandry; 0.5 foal p. a. 63.5 54. pony (350 kg LM); Stable - / pasture husbandry; 0.5 foal p. a. 42.3 55.
Rearing horses large horse; 365 kg growth; Stable - / pasture husbandry; 6 to 36 month 44.5-4) 56. pony; 150 kg growth; Stable - / pasture husbandry; 6 to 36 month 31,6 57. 58. Lamb meat production mother sheep with offspring 1.3 lambs/sheep 40 kg increase conventional 18.6-4) 59. extensive 18.1 60. goat's milk production 61. milk goat breeding 800 kg milk/goat p. a.. 1.5 lambs per goat; 16 kg gain/lamb 14.8-4) 62. 63. rabbit farming rearing 52 reared young animals/Bunny p. a. rearing up to 0.6 kg ch 2.6-4) 64. rearing up to 3 kg LM 9.7 65 mast 0.6 to 3 kg LM; 14 kg increase/square 0.7-4) 66. 67. enclosure wild hind meat production 45 kg increase ever (1 Alttier + 0.85 calf) 21.6 4) 68. 69. egg production young Hameed breeding 3.3 kg growth 4/5 phase-feeding standard feed 4 phases 0,286 4) 70 N / P reduces 5 phases of 0,244 71.
17.6 kg welfare of laying hens sift standard feed 0,786-4) 72. N / P reduced 0,754 74. 73. poultry farming chicken fattening 40 days; Growth in 2,2 kg / animal feed of standard 0,469-4) 75. N / P reduced 0,403 76 37 to 40 days; 2.0 kg growth / animal standard feed of 0.392 77 n / P-reduces 0.333 78. up to 37 days. 1.7 kg increase animal standard feed of 0.319 79 n / P-reduces 0,266 80th Turkey mast taps 20.4 kg increase in 22 weeks mast (56.8 kg feed) 2.2 machinations standard feed 2,140-4) 81. N / P-reduces 2,002 82. partial P-reduced 2.140 83. Turkey mast hens 10.9 kg increase in 17 weeks mast (27.9 kg of food) 2.8 machinations standard feed 1,579 84 N / P-reduces 1,492 85. partial P-reduced 1,557 86. ducks fattening; Beijing ducks (from Tower) 3.4 kg increase/animal; 13 passages up to 26 days mast 1,482-4) 87. duck mast flying duck 15.4 kg increase/space p. a.. 4 passages; 2.7 kg female., 5.0 kg m. (w:m = 1: 1) 0,588 88. goose fattening fast fattening, 5.0 kg increase/animal 0.183-4) 89. Central mast, 6.8 kg increase/animal 0.554 90th late - / pasture mast, 7.8 kg increase/animal 1,040 1) low amount of straw bedding: 3 to 4 kg / GM / day 2) for medium straw bedding set (6 to 8 kg / GM per day) is specified to halve manure attack at high quantity of straw bedding (> 11 kg / GM per day) no manure falls.
3) combination of processes not relevant, i.e. no stabling on straw 4) no manure attack due to high amount of litter or removal of manure process Unit 6 (on article 4, para. 3, article 5, paragraph 1, 2 and 3, units 7 and 8) indicators for the proper valuation of for nitrogen fertilizer (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 238) 1 I. such minimum values in % the excretion of total nitrogen in animal manures and other parameters 2.
 
Output supply 3.
 
After deduction of the stables and storage losses after deducting housing, storage and spreading losses 4. species manure fixed Gemist, liquid manure, low stable manure fixed Gemist, liquid manure, deep stall of 5 1 2 3 4 5 6 cattle 85 70 70 60 7 pigs 70 65 60 55 8 poultry 60 50 9 other (horses, sheep) 55 50 10 grazing, all species 1) 25 11 II. More inevitable surpluses and required surcharges for nitrogen 12 vegetable production I for the last culture before winter, depending on the culture, culture methods or products up to 50 kg N/ha and year: radish, radish, lettuce, kale, dill, carrots, red beets, chives, mark pea, onion, pumpkin, parsley, salad, spinach, chicory.
Further differentiation or undisclosed cultures according to or in coordination with the competent according to national law.
13 celery vegetable production II for the last culture before winter, depending on the culture, culture methods or products up to 80 kg N/ha and year:, Chinese cabbage, Bush beans, turnip greens, Brussels sprouts, red cabbage, cucumber, leek, bulb fennel.
Further differentiation or undisclosed cultures according to or in coordination with the competent according to national law.
14 vegetable gardening III for the last culture before winter, depending on the culture, culture methods or products up to 120 kg N/ha / year. Up to 160 kg N/ha / year, when, as far as possible, appropriate measures for the reduction of nitrogen discharge, especially planting or cultivation of winter crops: broccoli, cauliflower, cabbage, Zucchini, runner beans, cabbage, sweet corn.
Further differentiation or undisclosed cultures according to or in coordination with the competent according to national law.
15 special features of certain types of operation, the application specific fertilizer in the cultivation of certain crops, the production of certain qualities, the attitude of certain species or the use of certain forms of husbandry or for which no crop failures according to specifications or in coordination with the competent according to national law.
(1) in the case of exclusive grazing. Pro-rata cut using the values referred to in column 4 or 5 are for this to apply.

Annex 7 (§ 5 para 1, § 7 para 1 No. 3) annual operational comparison of nutrient for nitrogen (N) or (P(tief)2O(tief)5) phosphate (nutrient stress) for the Düngejahr...

(Site of the original text: Federal Law Gazette I, 2007, 239; regarding the details of the changes see footnote)
1. collection of data for comparing the operational nutrient 1.1 operational nutrient summary of () comparison is made by results of comparisons for shock or management units, 1.2 comparison of supply and () removal for the total utilised agricultural area.
Unique identifier of the operation:...
Size of business in cropland acres:...
Beginning and end of the Düngejahres:...
Date of creation:...
2. collection of data for on the beat or on which () Management Unit-related nutrient comparisons (for the later summary of impact balance sheets after no. 1.1) - unique identifier of the stroke, the management unit:... - size of the beat, the management unit:... - Green country:...
Number of cut uses:...
Number of grazing days on the beat:...
Number and type of animals on pasture:... - 1 I 1 I 2 I 3 I 4-2 I feed I nutrient I removal I nutrient I (on the total area, (I) in kg I (of the total area, (I) in kg I management unit, I management unit, I single blow) I I single blow) I - 3 I mineral I I crop products 2) I I fertilizer I I I - 4 I manure I I by-products I I of animal origin 1) I I I
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7. I Kultursubstrate I I I
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3) detailed breakdown required.

Annex 8 (to article 5, paragraph 1, article 6, paragraph 1, article 7, para. 1 No. 3) multiannual operational nutritional comparison
moving average values for nitrogen (3 years) and phosphate (P(tief)2O(tief)5)(6 years) (site of the original text: BGBl. I, 2007, 240) last intended fertilizers or marketing year:...
Beginning and end of the Düngejahres: Unique identifier of the operation: size of the operation in hectares of cropland: kind of accounting of output data: date of creation: 1 operational comparison of nutrient in the average of several successive the following years according to annex 7 2.
 
Difference in the fertilizer year kilograms per hectare 3.
 
Nitrogen: Düngejahr and two previous years phosphate: Düngejahr and five previous years 4 year: - 5th last year: - 6 last year: - 7 previous year: 8 year: 9 Düngejahr: 10 average operating profit per ha and year