The Economic Characteristics Of The Plant Variety Evaluation Rules

Original Language Title: Augu šķirnes saimniecisko īpašību novērtēšanas noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 469 in Riga, 30 June 2008 (pr. Nr. 44) the economic characteristics of the plant variety evaluation rules Issued in accordance with the law of the seed chain 11.1 of the first paragraph of article 3 i. General questions 1. determine the economic characteristics of the plant variety evaluation (the evaluation of the variety). 2. evaluation of the variety makes the State plant protection service (hereinafter service). 3. evaluation of the variety is growing, the use of the variety and the quality of the product obtained in comparison with standartšķirn, which is the national plant variety Board proposal defines the service. 4. Variety evaluation aims to find out: 4.1. productivity, biological characteristics, the resulting harvest quality, chemical and technological characteristics in comparison with standartšķirn, varieties of resistance to disease and pests as well as of other economically important characteristics;
4.2. the suitability of the variety for the production of similar agro climatic conditions of Latvia;
4.3. suitability of conventional and organic farming. 5. evaluation of the variety requires: 5.1. field test data;
5.2. chemical analyses of technological data. II. The application for the evaluation of the variety 6. Application on the economic characteristics of the plant variety evaluation (hereinafter referred to as the application) in accordance with the provisions of annex 1 of the service may be made by one of the following Parties (hereinafter the applicant): 6.1 the breeder;
6.2. the breeder's rights owner – natural or legal persons who have acquired the right of the breeder;
6.3. Sustainer of the variety: the natural or legal person who provides for the maintenance of the variety;
6.4. the breeder, the breeder of the variety of the right holder or the authorized representative (hereinafter referred to as the representative of the variety). 7. the application shall be submitted to the service: 7.1 for summer and the perennial grasses – up to 1 March;
7.2. for the winter and winter rape Rep – up to 10 July;
7.3. for winter crops of cereals, up to august 1. 8. If the Department receives the application, it may re-evaluate the economic characteristics of the variety of plants in the catalogue (catalog), as well as varieties covered varieties, which are not intended for inclusion in the directory. 9. the application shall be submitted to the assessment of the economic characteristics of the variety: 9.1 in organic farming;
9.2. the conventional agriculture;
9.3. organic and conventional farming. 10. the application shall be accompanied by the following documents: 10.1 notification if the application is lodged by the representative of the variety;
10.2. a description of the variety, if you have differences, variety uniformity and stability test (hereinafter referred to as the examination of the variety);
10.3. a catalogue of the plants of the variety of test guidelines referred to in the technical description of the variety, if the check is performed of the variety;
10.4. the document certifying the payment of the consideration of the application. 11. If necessary check the variety of components of hybrids and synthetic varieties, the applicant shall be entitled to request in writing that the information about the results of the inspection and description of components to be considered a restricted access information. 12. the appearance of the application within 10 working days of the examination of the information provided, the registered application submission for the evaluation of varieties of log and notify the applicant in writing of the application. 13. If the application is not completed in accordance with the provisions of annex 1, or not submitted these provisions of the acts referred to in paragraph 10, the service will not register the application, writing the refusal and asked the applicant within 20 working days to submit updated documents. 14. If the applicant 13. these provisions within the time limit referred to in paragraph deficiencies are not eliminated, the application does not register service. 15. If the application for summer, and perennial herbaceous varieties evaluation is registered after March 10, for the winter or winter rape rape varieties evaluation – after 20 July, but for the winter crops, cereal varieties evaluation-after august 10, variety evaluation next year. III. assessment of the variety order 16. varieties evaluation service conducts field trials or sign a contract with the person who carried out field trials (performer), in accordance with the legislation on public procurement. About the artist shall not be the rule mentioned in paragraph 6. The fee for the evaluation of the variety shall be determined in accordance with the statutory professional paid services price list. 17. After the submission of the registration service shall carry out assessment of the variety in the following order: 17.1. Select two to four field trials (annex 2), which is: 17.1.1. test installation and materials appropriate for carrying out the technical basis to ensure all field trial work out appropriate time limits in accordance with good farming practice;
17.1.2. the region according to the climatic conditions and soil. Describes the fundamentals of the soil is above average in annex 2 of these provisions in that region;
17.1.3. region-specific indicators according to the degree of iekultivēšan of soil and rugged terrain;
17.1.4. fields that are certified according to the legislation on organic production supervision and control, if the trial carried out in organic farming;
17.1.5. the person with the higher agronomical education responsible for trial;
17.2. the applicant concluded with agreement on the evaluation of the variety;
17.3. prepare each year an agreement protocol for the evaluation of varieties. It shall indicate the species, the breed, the breed field trial site, the required quantity of seeds, seed supply arrangements, as well as payment for the breed. Contracting Parties to the agreement protocol signed: 17.3.1. for summer and the perennial grasses – up to 5 March;
17.3.2. of winter rape and winter Rep – to 15 July;
17.3.3. for winter crops of cereals, to 15 august;
17.4. the breed include varieties of field trial plan, specifying the species, the breed, when started to breed, a breed field trial sites, breed evaluation years, representative of the variety, the breeder, the country in which the variety was created. Varieties of field trial plan confirms the following time limits: 17.4.1. summer and the perennial grasses – up to 10 March;
17.4.2. winter rape and winter Rep – up to 20 July;
17.4.3. winter crops, cereals, and 20 august;
17.5. the conclusion that rule 16, paragraph if field trials carried out by the bailiff;
10.9. based on the approved field test plan, each year prepare a memorandum of understanding with the artist on trial. The agreement shall indicate the species, the breed, the year when the evaluation started, a representative of the variety, the breeder, the country in which the variety was created, and payment for field trials. Contracting Parties to the agreement protocol signed: 17.6.1. for summer and the perennial grasses, until March 15.
17.6.2. of winter rape and winter Rep – up to 25 July;
17.6.3. for field crops, until august 25. 18. The applicant shall forward to the services of the seed under this provision of the agreement referred to in paragraph 17.3. the Protocol for the following periods of time: 18.1. summer and perennial grasses, to the media on March 20;
18.2. winter rape and winter Rep – until august 5 of sowing;
18.3. winter crops sowing of cereals – until September 1. 19. The potato seed quality for certified seed of the first generation (C1), but the rest of the crop seed quality-basic seed category quality requirements laid down in the law on solely and seed. 20. Service: 20.1. organizes the seed Division by field tests of the variety;
20.2. the pilot scheme shall be prepared no less than four iterations. Diagrams indicate the order of varieties. The order of duplicate varieties is determined randomized;
20.3. sending representatives form work, observations and records book. IV. Requirements for the conduct of field trial 21. Standartšķirn check of the requirements are the following: 21.1. variety is entered in the catalogue;
21.2. variety is used in production;
21.3. the variety of the seed is ensured;
21.4. If none of the relevant crop varieties not included in the catalogue, compared with the variety which has better indicators;
13.4. If the number of varieties are greater than 15, standartšķirn in the media. Judging the breed, its performance is compared with the average of standartšķirn. 22. Test conditions discovery requirements are as follows: 22.1. test conditions of representativity – compliance with the region's climate, soil (observe the degree of iekultivēšan of soil physical, chemical and grain size distribution, the composition of the depth of the subsoil, the subsoil characteristics, nutrient reserves, soil acidity, ground water levels and other indicators) and agrotehnik;
22.2. the only differences principle-provides that: in all varieties 22.2.1. trial is the same circumstances;
22.2.2. the field trials may differ only in variety, but the quality of the seed, fertilizer, priekšaug, soil, crop and planting, harvesting and tending technique used is uniform;

22.2.3. varieties with different vegetation period length harvesting period vary;
22.2.4. equal intensity variety compared one group;
22.3. accuracy – provides all the accurate execution of the work. 23. test the installation requirements are the following: 23.1. tests carried out in the field that meets the following requirements: 23.1.1. field in the history of at least three years have recorded data on crops, seeds, fertilizer izsētaj, plant protection products and crops;
23.1.2. the presence of perennial weeds in the field do not affect the test results.
23.1.3. plants lightly used phosphorus and potassium content in the soil is high or at least medium;
23.1.4. before the trial placement area field for at least one year is installed by its volume;
23.1.5. If the field is drained, the drainage system care and maintenance respect the legislative requirements for reclamation systems operation and maintenance;
23.1.6. the field is certified according to the legislation on organic production supervision and control, if the test is carried out in organic farming;
23.2. trials of equipment, subject to the following minimum distances: 23.2.1. from forests, groves, highway, water reservoirs, residential buildings and other buildings – 50 m from individual trees 23.2.2.-25 m; cars from roads 23.2.3. and novadgrāvj-10 m from the edge of the field in 23.2.4.5 m. 24. Production process requirements are the following: 24.1. crop species in question repeatedly in the same field may grow at an interval of not less than four years but the cereal species – with an interval of three years;
24.2. each species chooses the most appropriate priekšaug (annex 3);
15.1. all work is carried out in field trials in crop cultivation appreciated nature, with special attention to the work, uniform and high-quality and timely execution of it;
15.2. trial or planting shall be carried out under optimum precision rules in accordance with the provisions of annex 4. 25. Soil treatments, techniques and ensure a quality field trial. 26. Fertilizer requirements are the following: 26.1. calculation of necessary common fertilizer dose, take note: 26.1.1. soil agroķīmisk the results of research;
26.1.2. nutrient removal;
26.1.3. priekšaug;
26.1.4. varietal intensity and variety of groups use;
26.1.5. other fertilizer and fertilizer while influencing factors;
26.2. the organic farming of the plant with nutrients in rotation using one or more of the following techniques: 26.2.1. grown legumes;
26.2.2. grow green manure plants;
26.2.3. grow green manure plants as intercultural;
26.2.4. soil plant residue, straw, perennial grasses, potato plants or other plant debris;
26.2.5. use compost, manure or other organic mass;
26.2.6. advanced processing of the soil, which contributes to the intense activity of micro-organisms (such as repeated inversion of the soil, which increases the plants available potassium and phosphorus). 27. The trial field deployment requirements are as follows: 27.1. trial fields are placed in the field in one to four columns under this provision laid down in annex 5;
27.2. the square are placed perpendicular to the direction of tillage;
27.3. choose square area to the area of accounting without insulating bars and tracks 6. these provisions comply with the conditions laid down in the annex;
27.4. repetitions (the pilot part of the area, which includes all the varieties) deployed in one to four columns (not splitting repetitions), among which is the turn lanes that allow each variety harvested separately. 28. Volume and plantation maintenance requirements are the following: 28.1. all trials take care one and the same time;
28.2. care use only plant protection products, which are included in the register of plant protection products;
28.3. the volume of care measures and plantations owned by turning bar repair and variants and repetition. At a square placed labels and ensure its preservation for the entire vegetation period. The label says the number or code of the variety, the name of the variety and the repetition. V. field observations and experiments made it count 29. Each crop observations required for tracking and evaluation of results are carried out in the service or the service's official artist. Visual assessment throughout the vegetation period in the same Department or artist. If it is not possible to ensure these requirements, designate other specialists. 30. the period of vegetation phenological crop varieties carried out observations, noting the dates when the plants have reached the phase of e. g., phenology. The phase is considered the moment when 10-15% of the plants have reached the development stage. For the full phase shall be deemed to be the moment when 75% of the plants have reached the appropriate stage. 31. Visually observes the occurrence of diseases and pests on one or more varieties, indicate the date of variety development stage. Varietal resistance to diseases and pests in a separate trial evaluated. The results obtained are used for the evaluation of the variety. 32. If the plants in whole or in part, the pilot died, the artist, accompanied by professional representative, shall draw up the instrument. The Act specifies the reasons for the destruction and the area size, which reduces the area of accounting. If the evaluation of the pilot varieties carried out by professional specialist, drawing upon the Act of higher officials. 33. to separate the trial fields accounting for observations of the area unfit, draw up legislation. Reducing the trial field accounting area, comply with the following conditions: 33.1. If the trial plants died up to 50% of the square of the area of accounting, take into account the actual accounting;
33.2. If the pilot plant are killed, more than 50% of the square of the area of accounting, field observations of invalid;
33.3. If the pilot plant are killed, more than 50% of the area of accounting, repetition repetition of observations invalid;
33.4. If the pilot plant are killed, more than 50% of the area of the pilot tracking trial transcripts. 34. If the observations and records of some characteristics vary drastically from the characteristics of the variety, and the results are analysed. These differences may not be the reason for the annulment of the results. Should not be recognised as observations invalid integer squares, on the basis of the difference in productivity by repetition, if not find out specifically the reasons for the differences. 35. Harvest harvested when the breed reached its harvesting maturity. 36. Before the harvest of the crop is harvested, the first bar and the area of isolation while observations invalid, if any. The square of the area of accounting specified, taking into account the accounting area. Vi. Chemical technological analysis procedures 37. to assess compliance with this provision of the varieties of the varieties listed in annex 7 of the evaluation criteria, service: 37.1. in accordance with the legislation on public procurement contracts with the institution, which is an accredited national agency "Latvian National Accreditation Bureau" to the standard LVS EN ISO/IEC 17025:2005 "the competence of testing and calibration laboratories-General requirements" fodder, food, fibers and testing in the field of malt for which the Ministry of Economic Affairs has published a notice in the newspaper "journal", or in other Member States of the European Union, European economic area and European Free Trade Association Member States recognised institutions, or institutions with at least three years experience in chemical engineering analysis;

37.2. the organized sample delivery that rule 37.1. the body referred to in point. 38. This rule 37.1. an institution referred to in each year up to November 1 submit service reports on chemical technological analysis. VII. monitoring activities of 39 Performers. If these rules have been concluded and 37.1. in paragraph 17.6. these provisions of the agreement, the Department monitors these rules IV, V, VI and VII of the said requirements. 40. All experiments performed, observations and records recording artist recorded and submitted to the Office within two weeks after completion of the work concerned. 41. The artist each year up to October 1 submit service reports on the economic characteristics of the variety. Service reports adopted and evaluated. VIII. evaluation of varieties, collection and reporting of results 42. Service collects field data obtained in the experiments and chemical technological results, analyse it, make the mathematical processing of data, as well as the evaluation of varieties of balls under the criteria for the evaluation of the varieties, having regard to the economic characteristics of varieties of assessment methods (7 and 8). 43. the service shall notify the applicant of the results of the evaluation by the variety trial results, but not later than 31 December of the year in which the tests. The information shall include for each crop yield component scores and quality indicators and their assessment under the nine ball guide in accordance with Annex 7. 44. If the applicant is not satisfied with the results of the evaluation of the variety he month of notification services can be a challenge. 45. the economic characteristics of varieties evaluation results published on the website of the service until March 1 of next year, with the exception of those provisions referred to in paragraph 11. 46. information on variety testing of components of hybrids and synthetic varieties is limited to persons working for the discharge of their duties. The results of the inspection service are not published, but shall send to the applicant. The Prime Minister's site-traffic Minister a. shlesers Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1 Cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 application for plant variety evaluation of economic characteristics of agricultural Minister m. rose annex 2 Cabinet June 30, 2008. Regulations No 469 places the economic characteristics of the plant variety evaluation trials for field no BC species trial places conventional agriculture organic farming place place place place 1. Winter wheat 4 Zemgale RLP 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem of Zemgale RLP Ziemeļkurzem of the Dienvidkurzem of RLP, RLP, Ziemeļkurzem, the Dienvidlatgal, the RLP RLP Austrumlatgal Lielrīg of the RLP, RLP, Viduslatvij, Ziemeļvidzem of the RLP, northeast of Dienvidlatgal RLP RLP RLP, the Lielrīg, the Austrumlatgal of Viduslatvij of RLP RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP 2. Summer wheat 3 Zemgale RLP 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem RLP of Zemgale, Ziemeļkurzem Lielrīg, Viduslatvij of the RLP RLP Ziemeļvidzem of the RLP, RLP, northeast of RLP, Viduslatvij Lielrīg of RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP 3. Winter rye 3-RLP Dienvidkurzem Ziemeļkurzem-2 Dienvidkurzem-RLP, RLP, the Dienvidlatgal, the Ziemeļkurzem of the Austrumlatgal of the RLP RLP RLP Dienvidlatgal Austrumlatgal of the RLP, RLP, Lielrīg, Viduslatvij, of the RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP-RLP, northeast of RLP, Viduslatvij Lielrīg of RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP 4. Winter Triticale, Ziemeļkurzem of the Dienvidkurzem of the 3 RLP RLP, Zemgale RLP Dienvidkurzem of the Ziemeļkurzem of 2 RLP, RLP, Zemgale RLP Dienvidlatgal's Austrumlatgal's Dienvidlatgal's, RLP RLP RLP, Austrumlatgal, the Lielrīg, the Viduslatvij RLP-RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP, the RLP North of Lielrīg, RLP, the RLP, Ziemeļvidzem Viduslatvij RLP-RLP, Northeast RLP 5. Winter barley 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem of Zemgale, RLP, the RLP Ziemeļkurzem 2 Dienvidkurzem-Zemgale RLP, RLP, the Dienvidlatgal of Ziemeļkurzem, Austrumlatgal of RLP RLP RLP, the Lielrīg Viduslatvij Ziemeļvidzem of RLP, RLP, the RLP, northeast of RLP, Austrumlatgal Dienvidlatgal of RLP RLP, Lielrīg, Viduslatvij, of the RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP-RLP, Northeast RLP 6. Summer barley 4 Dienvidkurzem Ziemeļkurzem of the RLP, RLP 2 Zemgale RLP Dienvidkurzem, Ziemeļkurzem, RLP of RLP of Zemgale RLP Dienvidlatgal's Austrumlatgal's Dienvidlatgal's, RLP RLP RLP, Austrumlatgal, the Lielrīg, the Viduslatvij RLP-RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP, the RLP, northeast of RLP, Viduslatvij Lielrīg of RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP 7. Oats 3 Dienvidkurzem Ziemeļkurzem 2 the RLP, the RLP Zemgale RLP, Dienvidkurzem's Ziemeļkurzem Dienvidlatgal of the RLP RLP, RLP, Austrumlatgal Dienvidlatgal of the Austrumlatgal of the RLP RLP, RLP, Lielrīg, Viduslatvij, of the RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP-RLP, northeast of RLP RLP Lielrīg Viduslatvij, Ziemeļvidzem, RLP-RLP, the northeastern RLP 8. Buckwheat Dienvidkurzem Ziemeļkurzem of the RLP, 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem's Ziemeļkurzem-2, Dienvidlatgal-RLP RLP RLP, Austrumlatgal, the Lielrīg, the Viduslatvij RLP-RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP, the RLP, northeast of RLP, Austrumlatgal Dienvidlatgal of RLP RLP, Lielrīg, Viduslatvij, of the RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP-RLP, Northeast RLP 9. Peas, field beans, Ziemeļkurzem of the Dienvidkurzem of 2 RLP RLP Dienvidkurzem's Ziemeļkurzem-2, Lielrīg-RLP RLP RLP, the RLP, Ziemeļvidzem Viduslatvij-RLP North of Lielrīg, RLP, the RLP, Ziemeļvidzem Viduslatvij RLP-RLP, Northeast RLP 10. Winter rape of RLP, Ziemeļkurzem Dienvidkurzem 3-Dienvidkurzem-2, Ziemeļkurzem RLP RLP RLP of Zemgale RLP Lielrīg of Zemgale RLP, the RLP, Ziemeļvidzem Viduslatvij, RLP-RLP, northeast of RLP, Austrumlatgal, RLP Dienvidlatgal of Lielrīg of Viduslatvij of RLP RLP, RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP, the RLP, Austrumlatgal Dienvidlatgal RLP-RLP 11. Summer rape of RLP, the Dienvidkurzem 3 Ziemeļkurzem RLP, Zemgale RLP 2 Dienvidkurzem-RLP Ziemeļkurzem-RLP, Zemgale, RLP Dienvidlatgal's Austrumlatgal's Lielrīg of RLP, RLP RLP, the Ziemeļvidzem of Viduslatvij RLP, RLP, northeast of RLP, Austrumlatgal, RLP Dienvidlatgal of Lielrīg of Viduslatvij of RLP RLP, RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP 12. Lucerne 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem of Zemgale 2 RLP, the Dienvidkurzem of Ziemeļkurzem, Ziemeļkurzem of RLP RLP RLP, the Viduslatvij of Lielrīg RLP, RLP, Lielrīg of Zemgale RLP RLP, the RLP Viduslatvij 13 red and white clover 3 Dienvidkurzem's Ziemeļkurzem's Dienvidkurzem 2 RLP, RLP-RLP , Ziemeļkurzem-RLP Zemgale RLP Lielrīg of Zemgale, RLP, RLP Viduslatvij Ziemeļvidzem of the RLP, RLP, northeast of RLP, Viduslatvij Lielrīg of RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP RLP alsike clover 2 14 Dienvidkurzem, Ziemeļkurzem of the RLP RLP Dienvidkurzem, Ziemeļkurzem of the RLP 2 RLP Vidzeme municipality Austrumzemgal municipality Dienvidkurzem of 15. Grasses 2 RLP, Ziemeļkurzem Dienvidkurzem of RLP, the RLP 2 Ziemeļkurzem of Lielrīg of Viduslatvij of RLP RLP, RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP Lielrīg of RLP RLP Viduslatvij, Ziemeļvidzem, RLP-RLP, the northeastern RLP 16. Maize, oilseed radish, mustard, California Bluebell 2 2 Dienvidkurzem of Zemgale RLP Ziemeļkurzem of Dienvidlatgal of RLP, RLP RLP Austrumlatgal Lielrīg of the RLP, RLP, Viduslatvij, Ziemeļvidzem-RLP, the RLP Northeast RLP 17. Fodder beet 2 RLP Dienvidkurzem of Zemgale, RLP, the RLP Ziemeļkurzem 2 Dienvidkurzem-Zemgale RLP, RLP, the Dienvidlatgal of Ziemeļkurzem, Austrumlatgal of RLP RLP RLP, the Lielrīg Viduslatvij Ziemeļvidzem of RLP, RLP, the RLP, northeast of RLP RLP Dienvidlatgal Austrumlatgal, Lielrīg, RLP, the Viduslatvij of the RLP, the RLP Ziemeļvidzem RLP, Northeast potato 18.3 Dienvidkurzem RLP-RLP, Ziemeļkurzem Dienvidkurzem of the RLP, the 2 Ziemeļkurzem Dienvidlatgal-RLP RLP RLP, the Lielrīg, the Austrumlatgal of Viduslatvij of RLP RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East of RLP, the RLP, Austrumlatgal Dienvidlatgal RLP-RLP Lielrīg Viduslatvij of the RLP, RLP, RLP, northeast of RLP Ziemeļvidzem 19. Long flax, flax oil, Austrumlatgal of the Dienvidlatgal of 2 RLP RLP Dienvidlatgal's Austrumlatgal-2, Lielrīg-RLP RLP RLP Viduslatvij, Ziemeļvidzem Of The RLP, RLP, Northeast Of RLP, Viduslatvij Lielrīg Of RLP RLP, Ziemeļvidzem, North-East Of RLP RLP Note. * RLP-Regional Office of the Ministry of Agriculture Minister m. rose 3. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 June 2008 the Regulation No 469 best priekšaug no conventional agricultural species in BC organic winter crops of cereals 1 alfalfa, clover, or Mr. with grasses, perennial grasses, early potatoes, oil plants, different types of fallow, as well as summer crops Lucerne; clover or Mr. with grasses; early potatoes that the beds with compost; oilseeds (except linen); different types of zaļmēsl of fallow 2. Summer cereal potatoes, root crop, maize, legumes and their perennial medicinal mistrà, mistrà, clover, winter crops, as well as other species of summer cereals planted after potatoes, rye (which the beds with compost) into zaļmēsl; pulses and with Mr. zaļmēsl plants pasēj; perennial Mr. medicinal products; clover; winter crops to legumes plants pēcsēj or pasēj 3. Buckwheat and winter crops, summer cereals (except oats) and winter crops, summer cereals (except oats), if they are in the green manure pēcsēj wintering plants (for example, rye, winter rape) 4. Legumes

Peas, potatoes, root. Fertile soils peas can deploy after the summer. 1914 – can have different priekšaug, with the exception of Fabaceae plants. Forage beans, winter wheat, potatoes and root. Not to be deployed after the winter rye and oats. Lupins-winter rye, potatoes, root crops, green manure plant in pēcsēj with, for example, the oil radish; winter crops or summer cereals with spring pasēt winter rape or turnip rape; rape or turnip rape seed grown for pēcsēj rape or turnip green manure; buckwheat, grind, straw after the harvest ielob; permissible potatoes grown by spring, with the beds compost ieart rye or rye-vetch green manure; with compost beds are permitted for early potatoes which are grown in pēcsēj oil radish green manure 5. Winter Winter turnip rape, early potatoes, legumes, clover, alfalfa, cereals, fallow land, early potatoes that compost; legumes; clover; alfalfa; cereals, after which give compost or cereal-legume mistrà; 6. zaļmēsl of fallow summer summer turnip rape, cereals, potatoes, Cereal-legume with Mr. straw incorporation; potatoes planted after the Rye (which the beds with compost) incorporation of 7. zaļmēsl grasses mixed with legumes potatoes, beets, corn, cereals Sown in early spring, the cereals, which green manure plant in pēcsēj (for example, the oil radish); winter crops or summer cereals with spring pasēt winter rape or turnip rape; rape or turnip rape seed grown for pēcsēj rape or turnip green manure; buckwheat, grind, straw after the harvest ielob; permissible potatoes grown by spring, with the beds compost ieart rye or rye-vetch green manure; with compost beds are permitted for early potatoes, which were grown in pēcsēj oil radish green manure. Sow a late in the second half of June, winter rape or turnip rape seed, having grown in the pēcsēj winter rape or turnip green manure, lob with flipping just before flowering in the first half of may; cereals, which is grown in the pēcsēj winter rape or turnip green manure, lob with flipping just before flowering in the first half of may; the beds with compost for early potatoes grown with pēcsēj winter rape or turnip green manure, lob with flipping just before flowering in the first half of may; buckwheat straw, grind, ielob after harvest, in early spring (April) medium turnips, the oil in the first days of June are ploughed in shallow (up to 20 cm) 8. Grasses, potatoes, beets, corn, legumes, cereals Sown in early spring, the pulses (peas, beans) in the pēcsēj oil radish; perennial legumes, which first mowing results gone, but remote ielobīt with the flip of a mid-august. Grassland ploughed sod last September or the first decade of October. Sow a late June second half-year the many legumes (especially go to the cams early clover after one use the nas); pulses (early harvest); at the beginning of the sowing green manure gusto au to zie Rep or mass rape; Buckwheat with straw iearšan 9. Legumes potatoes, beets, corn, cereals Sown in early spring, to this annex, point 7 of the priekšaug referred to in the appropriate section. Sow a late in the second half of June, winter rye, which are grown in pēcsēj winter rye green manure, lob with Flip 3D stiebrošan phase. With compost beds of early potatoes which are grown in pēcsēj winter rye green manure, lob with stiebrošan phase inversion 10. Corn cereal (winter crops that have received organic fertilizer); rušināmaug; early harvest of cereals, legumes, or rušināmaug (at least the first decade of august) of winter crops as green manure of pēcaug media (winter rape or Rep until 15 august; if harvesting is delayed, oil turnips to 15 September). Incorporated into the spring 11. Oil radish, mustard and winter crops of cereals rušināmaug sējam early-late in the harvest of cereals or rušināmaug for shallow ploughed crop residue, t.sk. crushed-straw (immediately after harvest) 12. California Bluebell summer grain harvest of early grain or rušināmaug, which as of the oil medium turnips pēcaug or mustard green manures, shallow ploughed in early October 13. Potatoes winter rye, winter triticale (lighter soils), clover, alfalfa and Mr. (heavier soils), legumes, summer, black fallow Clover; alfalfa; legumes and Mr.; the cereals. By priekšaug (cereals or legumes) green manure crops for sowing to harvesting the best rye. Ploughed in spring 14. Flax Field (back after the second year of perennial grasses), herbaceous perennials (best clover and Timothy mistrà used not more than two years), cereals, legumes Field (back after the second year of the Fabaceae or Mr. with grasses used for not more than two years); summer cereals or legumes, which are pēcsēj oil radish 15. Fodder beet, winter crops of cereals, legumes, clover silage plants, Legumes, potatoes; cereals or legumes, which are sown in pēcsēj oil radish. Preferably before the sowing green manure to incorporate compost of Agriculture Minister m. rose 4. Annex Cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 optimal seeding rules no BC crop germinable seeds per m2 1. Cereals 1.1. Winter wheat 400 – 550 1.2. Summer wheat 550 – 650 1.3. Winter rye 400 – 550 1.4. Winter rye (hybrids) 200-250 1.5. Winter Triticale 400 – 550 1.6. Summer Triticale 500 – 550 500 – 600 Oats 1.7 1.8. Winter barley 500 – 550 1.9. Summer barley 400-500 1.10. Buckwheat
200-500 2. Grass plants 2.1. Alopecurus pratensis 1300-1500 1400-1600 Cocksfoot 2.2 2.3.600-800 high tall oatgrass 2.4. Meadow Fescue 1000 – 1200 2.5 Tall Fescue 1100 – 1400 1200-1400 by Miežabrāl 2.6 2.7. Bezakot grass 700 – 900 to 2500-2900 Timothy 2.9 2.8. Perennial ryegrass 1000-1300 2.10 white bent 6000 – 6200 2.11 Red Fescue 1500 – 1800 2.12 meadow grass 3700-4000 2.13 swamp meadowgrass 4500-5000 a 2.14. Red clover 500 – 700 2.15 alsike clover 1300 – 1500 2.16. White Clover-1200 2.17. Hybrid alfalfa 1400 600 – 900 Oriental 2.18-2.19 Galega 300 500 700-900 vanagnadziņ-Horned 3. Legumes peas 100-120 3.1 3.2 vetch: winter, summer, 120-150 3.3. fodder beans 3.4 Lupines in the 50-60 100-130 4. Oilseeds and fibre plants 4.1 Winter rape, winter turnip rape (the the media early in good conditions) 50-60 4.2 winter rape, winter turnip rape (media later) 80-100 4.3 summer rape summer turnip rape (the the media early in good conditions) 80-100 4.4 summer rape, summer turnip rape (media later) 100-120 4.5 long line 1800-2000 4.6 oil line 600 – 700 5. Green fodder plants Corn 11-12 5.1 5.2.80-120 oil radish mustard 80-120 5.3 5.4.100-150 California Bluebell 6. Beet 6.1. Fodder beet 7-7.5, 7.7.1. Potato tubers 47619 PCs. HA-1 the Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 5 cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 model for deploying field trials in the i. field placement test field in one column 1. iteration 2. iteration 3. repeat 4. repeat Isolation insulation 1. breed 2. variety 3. variety 4. breed 2. variety 4. variety 1. breed 3. variety 3. variety 1. variety 4. breed 2. variety 4. variety 3. breed 2. variety 1. variety of insulation insulation II. deployment of the test Field in a two-column field 3. repetition

4. repeat insulation insulation 3. variety 1. variety 4. breed 2. variety 4. variety 3. breed 2. variety 1. variety of insulation insulation Trim bar 1. iteration 2. repeat Isolation insulation 1. breed 2. variety 3. variety 4. breed 2. variety 4. variety 1. breed 3. variety of insulation insulation III. deployment of the test Field in three-column fields 4. repeat Isolation insulation 4. variety 3. breed 2. variety 1. variety of insulation insulation Trim bands 3. repeat Isolation insulation 3. breed breed 1 4. breed 2. variety of insulation insulation Trim bar 1. iteration 2. repeat Isolation insulation 1. breed 2. variety 3. variety 4. breed 2. variety 4. variety 1. breed 3. variety of insulation insulation IV. deployment of the test Field in the field four columns 4. repeat Isolation insulation 4. variety 3. breed 2. variety 1. variety of insulation insulation Trim bands 3. repeat Isolation insulation 3. variety 1. variety 4. breed 2. variety of insulation insulation Trim bands 2. repeat Isolation insulation 2. variety 4. breed variety 1.
3. a variety of insulation insulation Trim bar 1. repeat Isolation insulation 1. breed 2. variety 3. variety 4. variety of insulation insulation Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 6 Cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 square accounting area no BC crop field accounting area (at least) 1. Cereals, pulses, oilseeds, fibre plants 20 m2 2. Perennials and annual grasses, maize, oilseed radish, mustard California Bluebell 10 m2, 3. Potatoes 25 m2 4. early potatoes crop growth dynamic discovery 5 m2 5. Fodder beet farming Minister 12 m2 m. rose annex 7 Cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 varieties evaluation criteria. cereals varieties I economic characteristics evaluation criteria


1. varieties of Cereals yield factors forming the rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1.1. Ziemcietīb very poor poor average good very good resistance against veldr 1.2 very poor poor average good very good 1.3. Resistance to grain/germination ear his nuts/prejudice/trusses, sprouted grains/his nuts () very bad > 20 17-20 poor 14-16 10-13 medium 7-9 5-6 good 3-4 1-2 very good 0 1.4. Resistance against tearing the ear () very bad > 20 17-20 poor 14-16 10-13 medium 7-9 5-6 good 3-4 1-2 very good 0 1.5. Grain yield (%), compared to standard very poor < 66 66-75 76-85 86 – bad 95 96-105 – 106 average 115 116-125 of 126-good 135 very good > 135 1.6. The resulting crop variety evaluation factors forming the balls together: 2. Wheat variety in grain quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2.1. Storage volume (g l-1), very low < 688 688-709 710-719-720 low 729-730-750 751 average 770 771-785-high 786 799 very high > 799 2.2. Protein content (%) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 9.0 9,6 low 9.7-9.0-10.3-10.4-11,3 11,9 12,0 11.2 medium-high 13.0 13.1 14.1 14.0-16.0-very high > 16.0 gluten content (2.3%) (washing hands) very low < 15.0 15,0 – 18,0 19,1-19,0 18,1-low 22 medium high-22.1-23,0 23,1 25.0 25.1-29,0 very high > 29.0 2.4. the gluten quality (IDK) conditional units do not satisfactorily strong 0-15 disappointing weak 105-120 Group III 20-40 strong, satisfactory satisfactory weak 80 100 Group II a good 45-75 2.5 group I sedimentation (Zeleny index) (CC) low medium 15-20 < 15 21-25 26-35 36-45 46 high-very high ≥ 55 56 2.6. Falling number (sec) very low < 180 180-200 201-220 low > 400 medium-high 221 400 – 330 250 301-330 very high 251-300 2.7. Bread Baking quality * very poor poor average good very good variety obtained 2.8. quality indicators the assessment of factors forming balls together : 3. the additional rating wheat varieties after the 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1000 grain mass 3.1 winter wheat (g) very low < 27 27 30 31-34 35-low 38 39 42 43 – the medium-high 47 46-50 51-54 very high > 54 1000 grain mass of 3.2 summer wheat (g) very low < 20 20-24 25-29 under 28-32-36-37 medium-33 41 44-45 48-high 50 very high > 50 3.3 starch content (%) very low < 65.0 65,0-65,6 low 65.7-66.4-67,0 66,3 67,1-67,7 67.8-medium 68,4 high – 69,1 69.2-70.0 several very high > Stiklainīb (3.4%) of the 70 very low < 21 21-30 31-40 41 low-50 51-60 61-mid-70 71-80 81-high 90 very high > 90 4. Rye grain varieties of quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 4.1. Storage volume (g l-1), very low < 600 600-620 621-640 641-low 660 661-680 681-medium 700 701-720 721-high 730 very high > 730 4.2. Protein content (%) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 8.0 8,0 – – 9.9 10.0 9.0 8.9 low-medium 1-1.0 10.9 11.9 12.0-13.0 13.9 14.0 12.9 high – very high – 15,0 > 15.0 4.3 falling number (sec) very low low 80-90 220 201-220 91-109-110-119 171 medium high 20-200 1 139 very high 140-170 4.4. Bread Baking quality * very poor poor average good very good 4.5 the resulting breed quality indicators the assessment of factors forming balls together: 5. additional rating rye varieties after the 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 5.1.1000 Grau du mas ( g) Tetra ploīd ERS rye very low < 30 30-33 34-37 38-low average of 42-41 45 46-50 51-54 55-high 60 very high > 60 5.2. Diplo dajiem rye in very low < 25 25-28 of 29-31 32-low 34 medium 35-37 38 40 41-43 44-high 46 very high > 46 5.3 starch content (%) very low < 60.0-60.9 60.0 low – 62,0 61,9 61.0-62,9 medium 63,0 – 63,9 64,0-high 64.9 eur 65.0-65,9 66.0 very high > Triticale grain varieties 66 6. quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 6.1 Standard 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (g l-1), very low < 650 650-660 661-670 671-low 680 681-690-691-medium 700 701-730 731-high 750 very high > 750 6.2. Protein content (%) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 8.0 8,0 – – 9.9 10.0 9.0 8.9 low – medium – 11.9 11.0 10.9 12.0-13.0 13.9 14.0 12.9 high – very high – 15,0 > 15.0 6.3. The quality indicators of the variety of factors constituting evaluation balls together: 7. additional rating Triticale cultivars at 9 ball scale no BC criteria 7.1.1000 grain mass 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (g) very low < 31 31-33 34-36 37-low 39 medium 40-43 44-46 high 47-50 51-54 very high > 54 4.5. Starch content (%) very low < 61.0 61.0-62,0 low 62.1-63,0 63,1-64,0 medium – 64,1 65,0 66.0 66.1 eur 65,1-high – very high – 67,0 67,1 68,0 > 68 8 varieties of barley grain. quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 8.1. Storage volume (g l-1)
very low < 550 550-570-571-590 591 low-600 601-620 621-mid-650 651-681-high 680 700 very high > 700 8.2. Protein content (%) (food and feed barley) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 8.1 8.1-9.1 10.0 9.0 low – 10.1-12.0-13.0 13.1 – 12.1 average 14.0-15.0 15.1-high 14.1 17,0 very high > 17.0 8.3. Protein content (%) (beer barley) (N x 6.25) dry matter in very bad bad 12.0 11.6-12.0 average 11,1-11,5-8.9 10.1-8.0 good very good 9.0-11.0 10.0 8.4. The quality indicators of the variety of factors constituting evaluation balls together: 9. additional valuation of barley varieties by 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9.1.1000 grain mass (g) very low < 34,1-34.1 36.0 38.0 38.1 the 36,1 – low – medium – 40.0 40,1 42,0 42,1 – 45.0 48.0 48.1 45,1-high – very high 50.0 > 50.0 9.2. Starch content (%) very low < 55.0 55.0 56.6-low 58.3 58.4 – 60,1 56.7 – medium – 62,0 60,2 61,9-65.4 63.6 63.7-65,3 is high – very high 67,0 > 67.0 9.3. Ekstraktivitāt (%) (determines if the beer barley protein content meet the 5-9 grades) (this rule 52) very low < 75.0-76.0-75.0 76.9 77,0 75,9 low – medium – 78,0 79,6 77,9 79,0 – 79,9 high 80.0-80.9 81,0 – 82,0 very high > 82.0 10. Oat varieties of grain quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10.1 standard mass per storage volume (g l-1), very low < 430 430-440 441-450 451-low 460 461-470 of 471 medium-high 481-490 480 491-500 very high > 10.2. Plēkšņainīb (500%) very high 33.0-35.0 high 35.0 > 30,0-32.9 26,0-29.9 moderate – 22,0 – 24,0 25.9 23,9 low 18.0 19.9 20.0-21.9-very low Protein content of 10.3 < 18.0 (%) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 8.0 8,0 – – 9.1 10.0 9.0 low 10.1-11.1-12.0 12.1 11.0 medium-high 13.0 13.1-15.1 16.0 15.0 – very high > 16.0 10.4. Fat content (%) very low < 3.5 3,5-3,7-3,9 3,6 low 3.8-4.0 4.1 4.2 4.3-medium-high 4.5 4.6 4.7 4.4 – – 5.0 very high > 5.0 10.5. The resulting quality indicators of the variety of factors constituting evaluation balls together: 11. additional oat varieties rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 11.1 1000 grain mass 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 (g) very low < 18 18-19 under the 20-22 23-25 26-30 31 medium-35 36-40 41-high 45 very high > 45 12. Buckwheat varieties of his nuts the quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 12.1. Storage volume (g) l-1 very low < 500 501-520 521-540 541 low-560 561-580 581-medium-600 601-620 of 620 high-650 very high > 650 Plēkšņainīb (12.2%) very high 24.1 25.0 high – 25.0 > 23.1-24,0 22.1-23,0 medium -22.0 21.0 21.1 20.1 – low – 18.0-20.0 19.0 19.1 very low 12.3. Protein content < 18.0 (%) (N x 6.25) very low dry matter in the sample < 10.0 10,0-11,0 low 11.1-12.0 12.1-14.1 14.0 13.0 13.1-medium-high 15.1 15.0-17.0 16.0 16.1 – very high > 17.0 12.4. The quality indicators of the variety of factors constituting evaluation balls total: 13. additional rating buckwheat varieties after the 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 13.1.1000 of his nuts (g) very low < 20.0 20.1-low 21.1 21.0-22.0 22.1-23,0-24,0-23.1 average 24.1 25.0 25.1-27.0 27.1 is high – very high 30.0 > 30.0 13.2. Starch content (%) very low < 52.0 53,0 53.1 52.0, below the 54.0 54.1 – – – 56.0 55.0 medium 55,1 56.1 – – 57,1 58,0 58,1 57,0 high – very high 60.0 > 60 II. varieties of Legumes of economic assessment criteria 1. Pulses yield forming factors of varieties rated at 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2
3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ziemcietīb (1.1%) very poor poor average good very good resistance against veldr 1.2 very low low medium high very high seed yield (1.3%) (compared to the standard) in the tīrsēj very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.4. The resulting varieties yield factors forming the balls together rating: 2. Pea varieties of quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2.1. Protein content in seed (%) (N x 6.25) very low in dry matter < 17.0 17,1 18,1 18,0 low – – 20.0 19.0 19.1 average 20.1 22.0 21.0 21.1-high-22.1-23,0 23,1 – 25,0 very high > 25.0 2.2.

Taste very bad poor average good very good 2.3. Izvārīšan coefficient very bad < 2.3 2.2 2.2 bad average good very good 2.5 > 2.6 2.4. The quality indicators of the variety of factors constituting evaluation balls together: 3. additional assessment pea varieties at 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 3.1.1000 seed weight (g) very small < 100 101 – 140 – 180 181 141 small-220-260 261 average 121-300 301-340 341-high 370 very large > 370 4. varieties of field beans of the quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 4.1 protein contents 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 seed (%) (N x 6.25) very low in dry matter < 22.0 23,0 23.1 22.1 – low-24,0-25.0 average 25.1 24.1-27.0 27.1-29,0 high 29.1-31,0 31,1-very high in the 32,0 > the 32.0 4.2 taste very bad poor average good very good Izvārīšan coefficient very bad < 2.1 2.1 bad average good very good 2.2 2.3 > 2.5 4.3 the variety of factors that make up quality score rating of the balls together: III. Oil and fibre plants, economic characteristics, evaluation criteria 1. Winter and summer of Swede rape and turnip rape crop, harvest and the factors that make up quality rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1.1.1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ziemcietīb (% plant killed) very bad > 100-100-80 61 81 bad 71-70 medium 41-60 26-40-25 1-16 good 15 very good 0 1.2. Resistance to veldr very low low medium high very high resistance to 1.3 of seed spillage very low low medium high very high seed yield (1.4%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.5. Oil yield (%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.6. content of seed Protein (%) (N x 6.25) very low in dry matter < 17.0 17,0-17,9-18.7 17.3 low 18.8-20.6 19.6-19.7 20.5 medium-high 21.4 21.5-22.3 22.4-23,0 very high > 23.0 1.7. Oil content (%)
< 40 40.0 – – 43.0 43.1-41.6 41.5 44.5 44.6-46.0 46.1-47.5 47.6-49.1-51,0 49,0 > 51.0 2. Long varieties of flax yield and quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2.1. Straw yield (%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 2.2. plant length (cm) < 70 70 72 73-76-75-78 79-81 82-84 85-87 88-90 > 90 2.3. A handful of length (cm) < 60 61 65-68-64-72-73-69-80-76 77 81 84 85-88 > 88 2.4. Bast content (%)
< 20 21-22 23-24-25-26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 – 34 – > 35 2.5. Straw strength (kg) < 20 20 21 22-23-24-25-26 27 28 29 30 31 32 – 33 – > 33 2.6. Resistance to grain spillage very low low medium high very high 2.7. Utility – 0.80 0.81 0.82 0.79 0.78, 0,83-0.84 0.85 0.86 0.86 0.87-0.89-0.90 0.91-0.92-> 0.93 3. varieties of flax Oil yield and quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 seed yield (3.1%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 16 1-115 125 126-135 very high > 135 3.2. Oil yield (%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 3.3. Resistance to grain spillage very low low medium high very high oil content (3.4%)
< 38.0 38.0 – – – 40.9 40.0 39.9 38,9 39,0 41.0 43.0 41.9 42,0-42,9 – – – 45,0 43,9 44,0 > 45.0 IV. economic characteristics of potato varieties for assessment criteria 1. potato yield and quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 total 1.1 t/ha yield (%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.2. tuber yield (t/ha%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.3. content of dry matter (%)
< 17.0 17,0-19,0 21.0 21.1 22.1 19.1-22.0-24.1 25.0 25.1-24,0-26.1 27.0 26.0--> 27.0 1.4. Starch content (%)
< 10.0 10,0-12.0 12.1-14.1-15.1 15.0 14.0-18.0 17.0 19.1 19.0 18.1 17.1 – – – 20.0 > 20.0 1.5. starch yield (t/ha%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 2. additional assessment organic farming 2.1. Stem stem rot resistance (%) the third degree infection tracking time 81-100-65-66-80 51 31-40 41-50-30-20 21 11 1 10 0 2.2. Black scab (infected tubers%) (sclerotia network cover more than 10% of the surface of the tuber) 61-70 51 70-> 60 31-40 41-50-30-20 21 11 1 10 0 2.3 dry rot (infected tubers > 70 61-70%) in the 51-60-50-40 21 31 41-30 11-20 1 10 0 2.4. Wet rot (infected tubers > 70 61-70%) in the 51-60-50-40 21 31 41-30 11-20 1 10 0 2.5. Stem rot (infected tubers > 70 61-70%) in the 51-60 31-40 41-50
21-30 11-20 1 10 0 2.6. save for hibernation (%)
< 70 70 71-75 76-80 81-90 91-86-95 85 95 > v. 95 varieties of grasses of the economic characteristics of the evaluation criteria of evaluation of economic characteristics of grasses at the 9 ball scale no BC criteria. the very low 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 Ziemcietīb, plants totally dead low, around 25% of known to Hibernate from the plants, pārziemojuš, average around 50% of the plants high, around 75% of pārziemojuš plants stay very high, known to all the plants dry matter yield (2%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > pro teīn 135 3. Set content in dry matter (%) Butterfly zie žiem very low < 10.0 10,0 – 14.0 14.1-17.0 17.1 low-20.0-22.0 22.1 average 20.1-25.0 25.1-27.0 27.1 is high – very high 30.0 > 30.0 4. straw products very low < 4.0 4,0-6,0-8,0 8.1 6.1 low – medium – 12.0 12.1 10.1 10.0-15.0 15.1 – 18,1 18,0 is high – very high 20.0 > 20.0 VI. Green fodder plant varieties of the economic characteristics of the assessment criteria 1. economic characteristics of green fodder plants rated at 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 dry matter yield (1.1%) (compared to standard) all green plants very low mass < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 1.2. Total protein content in dry matter (%) (N x 6.25) for very low Cook rūz < 4.0 4,0-5,0-6,0 5,1 low 6.1 – 7.0 7.1-8.0 8.1 to medium-high 9.1 10.0 9.0-10.1-11.0 very high > 11.0 1.3. oil rutk very low < 8.0 8,0 9,0-11,0-low 9.1 11.1-15.1 15.0 13.0 13.1-medium-high 18.9 19.0 17.0 17.1 – – 20.0 very high > 20.0 1.4. mustard very low < 9.0 9.0-10.0-11.0 11.1 10.1-low 13.0 13.1 14.0 14.1-medium-high 15.1 15.0 16.0 16.1 – 18.0 – very high > 18.0 1.5. California Bluebell to very low < 5.0 5,0-7,0 7,1-8.0 8.1 low – medium – 11.0 11.1 10.1 10.0-13.0 13.1 14.0 14.1 high – very high – 15,0 > 15.0 2. additional valuation 2.1. organic agriculture Nitrogen content in dry matter (%) rutk for the oil very low < 1.28 1.28-1.44 1.45-1.76 1.77-low 2.08 medium-2,41-2.40 2.72 2,09 high 2.73-3.04 3.05-3.20 very high > 3.20 2.2. mustard very low < 1.44 1,44-1,60-1,61 1.76 1.77 low – medium – 2.24 2.25 2,09 2.08 – 2,40 eur 2,56 eur 2,57-2,41-high to very high 85.00 > 2.88 2.3 very low for California Bluebell < 0.80 0.80 – 1.12 1.13-1.28 1.29 low – medium – 1.76 1.78 1.61 1.60-2.08 high-2.25-2.40 2,09 2.24 very high > 2.40 VII. Fodder beet varieties of economic evaluation criteria of fodder beet harvest and quality score rating after 9 ball scale no BC criteria 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1. Root yield (t/ha%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 2. Dry matter yield (t/ha%) (compared to standard) very low < 66 66-75 76-85 of the 86 low-95 96-105 106 moderate-high 116 115-125 126-135 very high > 135 3. Izziedēšan (%) very large > 2 large 1.6 – 2 medium 1.1-1.5 0.5-1.0 low very low 0.5 * evaluate, where < variety is for bread baking and this is a mark of the application (the Cabinet 30 June 2008 No. 469 of the provisions "of the economic characteristics of the plant variety evaluation rules" annex 1) 7.2 in.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze Annex 8 Cabinet 30 June 2008 a Regulation No 469 varieties of economic evaluation methods of characteristics I. 1. Ziemcietīb Ziemcietīb appreciate visually comparing spring volume status (by vegetation renewal) with the volume position prior to hibernation (1., table 2). table 1 volume assessment of no BC assessment (Ballroom) Volume condition 1.9 very good stocking level normal, healthy plant. 7 8 3 2 good stocking level of not less than 75% of normal, healthy plants, 6 5 4 5 medium, stocking level of not less than 50% of normal, plants with few signs of disease 6.4 7.3 bad stocking level is not less than 25% of the normal plants sick 8.2 very bad stocking level of less than 25% 1 9 plants completely dead


2. If the volume's assessment of the situation in the spring is the same as the autumn, ziemcietīb evaluates to 9 balls, but if lower, then the ziemcietīb value lower, respectively (table 2). table 2 assessment of the Volume of the Ziemcietīb State in the autumn (Ballroom) 1-2 1 9 3 1 8 9 4 1 7 8 9 5 1 6 7 8 9 6 1 5 6 7 8 9 7 1 4 5 6 7 8 9 8 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Ziemcietīb (Ballroom), the situation of spring Volume (Ballroom) 3. If the volume is not uniform, the square is subdivided into several equal parts, and each part is assessed separately. Reviews counted and divided by the square of the number of shares, gaining an average square. II. veldr resistance 4. Resistance against the veldr in two stages. As soon as the veldr appears, note the crop development stage and degree of veldrēšan. The final evaluation shall be carried out before the harvest. If veldrēšan is not smooth, it is assessed separately by the square parts and calculates the average. Degree of Veldrēšan is determined by visually evaluating the deviation from the vertical position of the straw balls in accordance with table 3: table 3 assessment of resistance to veldr no PO box Volume condition assessment (Ballroom) 1. cereals and legumes with persistent stems not, 1.1 veldr stalks in vertical position 9 1.2. veldr is not large, 1/4 of the straw hanging 30 o inclination of 7 veldr average 1.3, 1/2 of the straw hanging 45 o inclination 5 1.4. veldr is strong , difficult harvesting, 3/4 of the straw hanging 60 o inclination 3 1.5. veldr is very strong, harvesting difficult. Oil plants 1 2 2.1 veldr not, stalks in vertical position 9 2.2. veldr large, not all the straw hanging up to 30 o inclination, or 3/4 of the straw hanging up to 45 o inclination, or 1/2 of the straw hanging up to 60 o inclination, or 1/4 of the straw hanging up to 90 o slope 7 2.3. veldr» medium hanging up all stalks, 45 o inclination, or 3/4 of the straw hanging up to 60 o inclination, or 1/2 of the straw hanging up to 90 o inclination 5 2.4. veldr is strong, all the straw hanging up to 60 o inclination, or 3/4 of the straw hanging up to 90 o inclination of 3 2.5. veldr is very strong, all the straw hanging up to 90 o slope 1 3. Peas with stem height 100 cm (normal stem type) and vetches 3.1. fertile plants part vertical position 9 3.2. fruitful part of the plant to 30 o inclination bent 7 3.3 fertile parts bent to 45 o slope 5 3.4. fertile parts bent to 60 o inclination of 3 full veldr a 1 4 3.5. Peas with fascinēt or pusfascinēt of the stem will grow 4.1 vertical position 9 4.2.30 o inclination in 7 plant 4.3 plant 45 o slope 5 4.4 plant 75 o gradient 3 4.5 complete veldr 1 III. Resistance against the grain/his nuts 5. sprouting resistance against the grain/germination scored before his nuts the harvest. Dīguš grains are grains that dīgļsaknīt or dīglīt is clearly visible with the naked eye. On dīguš can not be considered as grain (especially wheat), which has been part of the dīglīš fruit skin elevation, which may be characteristic of the variety or species. From a square area of record keeping remove the average representative sample and izkuļ 25/prejudice/ear bunches, adds dīgušo and dīgušo grains/his nuts. Sadīgušo grain percentage is calculated using the following formula: X = A x B X-100, which sprouted grains (%); A-dīguš grains/his nuts (pieces); B – total/number of his nuts grains (pieces). IV. Resistance to tearing the ear 6. Resistance to tearing the ear scored before the harvest. In each field in three places in one line, one meter in length adds productive stalks and broken in the ear. On the stump, the ear drop to the ground. The broken ear interest is calculated using the following formula: X = (A) x (B) X 100, where the broken ear (%)-; A-broken-ear (pieces); B-productive stalks (pieces). V. resistance to grain spillage, legumes and oilseeds 7. Resistance to grain spillage of legumes and oilseeds assessed visually before harvesting: 7.1 resistance is very high: not the seed of pāksteņ for rolled out/pods-9 Ballroom; 7.2. the resistance is high: it is slid out seeds from 10% of pāksteņ/pod-7 Ballroom; 7.3. strength is medium: is slid out seeds from 20% pāksteņ/pod-5 Ballroom; 7.4. endurance is low: is slid out seeds from 30% pāksteņ/pod-3 Ballroom; 7.5. the resistance is very low: it is slid out seeds from 40% and more pāksteņ/pod-1 ball. Vi. the harvest yield of 8 weighing of each square (repeat) with an accuracy of 0.01 kg. The yield is calculated as follows: 8.1. cereals, pulses, oil and fibre plants in standartmitrum and 100% purity with two decimal places, using the following formula: X = A x (B-100) x E, where (100-D) x X 10 c – grain mass standartmitrum (t ha-1); A-square crop grain mass (weight) (kg); (B) humidity (%), grain harvest during weighing; E-purity (%); D-standartmitrum, cereals and legumes (14%, rape-8% to-9% Rep, linseed, mustard-12%-9%-19%) of flax stalks; C-square accounting area (m2); 8.2. the potatoes in two fractions – standard (trade) tubers and tubers are not standard. Non-standard tubers early varieties yield growth dynamics in the trial less than 28 x 28 mm and larger than 80 x 80 mm, oblong shaped tubers larger than 75 x 75-mm. Non-standard tubers early varieties and the rest of the master sample varieties of less than 35 x 35 mm and larger than 80 x 80 mm, oblong shaped tubers – less than 30 x 30 mm and 75 x 75 mm higher than the Rotting tubers. collected separately weigh to the nearest 0.1, kg, and the total number counted and not standard produce. Mechanically damaged tubers, which matches in size, plus nutritional standard faction. The total number of varieties yield and tuber yield standard is calculated using the following formula: R = S + N x N Rs = S x 10 10 R, where L-number variety total yield (t ha-1); RS – number of tubers of the breed standard yield (t ha-1); S-laid variety tuber standard mass (kg); N – number of non-standard varieties of tubers mass (kg); L-square area (m2); 8.3. the perennial grasses and annuals green mass, using the following formula: A = P x M x K x L 1000, which is the A-number variety green mass (t ha-1); P-number variety, the average mass of sample (after sorting) (kg); (K) the mass of the average before sorting (kg); M-from the square grass harvested mass (kg); L-square area (m2); 5.2. dry matter yield is calculated using the following formula: X = A x (100-M), which is 100 X-dry yield (t ha-1); A – green mass yield (t ha-1); M-green mass harvest of humidity (%) at the time of weighing. VII. Izziedēšan. 9 Izziedēšan is calculated using the following formula: Izziedēšan (%) =. flowering plants field, x 100% x the number of square roots, PCs.
VIII. Izvārīšan coefficient 10. Izvārīšan coefficient determines the peas and field beans: 10.1. weigh 50 g of each variety of seed (seed of varieties all laid the moisture content no higher than standartmitrum) and boiled in water without salt. Each variety of seed Cook in its own container; 10.2. izvārīto samples (separately) on the sieve drain, then pretend to saucers, cool and weigh to the nearest 0.1 g. Izvārīšan coefficient is expressed as the ratio of the mass of boiled seeds to dry the seed mass. It is calculated using the following formula: X = V, where X-izvārīšan coefficient; V – the mass of cooked seeds; S-dry seed weight. IX. Taste 11. Taste of peas, field beans and potatoes is determined by organoleptic 9 ball scales in accordance with table 4:11.1. peas and beans are immersed in water for not less than 10 hours. Each variety of seed boil your pot with water that is at least two times greater than the mass of common seed. When the 75-80% of the seed is izvārījuš (izvārīšan-stage determines the organoleptic), add common salt (NaCl) to a calculation to seed continue to boil 1% salt solution until they izvārījuš up to 95%. The Degust warm; 11.2. peeled Potato tubers Cook 2% salt solution (20 g salt per 1 l water). Degust the warm. table 4 evaluation of taste of no PO box taste rating (Ballroom) 1.9 2. delicious delicious delicious 5 4 7 3. average. the delicious 3 5. very delicious 1 Minister of Agriculture m. rose