Amendments To The Cabinet Of 15 April 2003, Regulations No. 182 "catalogue Of Plant Varieties Regulations"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2003.gada 15.aprīļa noteikumos Nr.182 "Latvijas augu šķirņu kataloga nolikums"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 495 Riga, 17 July 2007 (pr. No 41 24) amendments to the Cabinet of 15 April 2003, regulations No. 182 "catalogue of plant varieties regulations" Issued in accordance with the law of the movement of the Seed article 2 1, point "b" section to make the Cabinet of 15 April 2003, regulations No. 182 "catalogue of plant varieties regulations" (Latvian journal, 2003, 60 no; 2005; 2006, 131 no, 75 no) the following amendments: 1. provisions be supplemented by the following point 4.1 : "the applicant may submit the application 4.1 to assess the economic characteristics of the variety: 4.1 1. organic farming; 4.1 2. conventional agriculture; 4.1 3. both organic and conventional agriculture. " 2. Express 8.2. subparagraph by the following: "8.2. conventional and organic varieties intended for commercial properties valued under the appropriate breed characteristics of methodology of economic evaluation criteria set out in. The economic results of the evaluation of the characteristics considered as positive when compared to conventional or organic farming provided and included in the catalogue of varieties in any given region of production, where the variety is growing over that, or from the use of the product in terms of quality. If the variety has one outstanding characteristic, small gaps do not respect them; ". 3. Make the following paragraph 14.2, "economic characteristics of the variety of 14.2, conventional agriculture assessed under the following conditions: 1. summer cereal 14.2, the annual fodder plant, oil, textile, potatoes and beet variety-three years. If the results are conclusive, the variety can recommend for inclusion in the catalogue also after two years; 14.2 2. winter crops of cereal varieties-three years; 14.2 3. perennial fodder plant varieties-four years in two test cycles. Pilot plants for the media twice-the first and second year. Records and observations are made in the year of the vehicle, as well as first and second year of use. " 4. Supplement with 14.3 points as follows: "the economic properties of the variety 14.3 in organic farming shall be assessed under the following conditions: 1. summer cereal 14.3, the annual fodder plant, oil, textile, potatoes and beet varieties-two years; 2. winter crops of cereals 14.3 breed-three years; 14.3 3. perennial fodder plant varieties-two years, each year through a new trial. Records and observations are made in the year of the vehicle, as well as the use of the year. " 5. Express 21.3. subparagraph by the following: "3." does not sort charges for being in the catalogue of the variety (in accordance with the laws and regulations on State duty for the movement of seeds); ". 6. Add to the informative reference to European Union directive in paragraph 6 by the following: "6) Commission of 7 December 2006 on the directive 2006/127/EC amending Directive 2003/91/EC setting out implementing measures applying article 7 of Council Directive 2002/55/EC as regards the characteristics that you need to cover the check and the minimum conditions for different varieties of vegetable species for review." 7. To supplement annex 1 with the 12.1 point as follows: "12.1 the variety is logged for inclusion in a catalogue of the plants of Latvia: □ agricultural □ conventional organic □ both conventional and organic farming '. 8. Supplement to annex 1, paragraph 13, after the words "enough to" with the word "submission". 9. To supplement the annex to 10.1 points as follows: "10.1 variety is logged for evaluation of economic characteristics: □ agricultural □ conventional organic □ both conventional and organic farming '. 10. Express 3. attachment the following: "3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 15 April 2003, the rules of 182 varieties test guidelines (I). No agricultural plant species. PO box The name of the species or the guidelines of the protocol name, number, date, 1 Community plant variety Office guidelines 1.1. Avena sativa l.-oat oats-TP-20/1 (06.11.2003) 1.2. Brassica napus l. (partim)-Swede rape rape-TP-36/1 (25.03.2004) 1.3. Helianthus annuus l.-sunflower sunflowers-TP-81/1 (31.10.2002) 1.4. Hordeum vulgare l.-barley barley-TP-19/2 (06.11.2003) 1.5. Pisum sativum l. (partim)-pea peas-TP-7/1 (06.11.2003) 1.6. Secale cereale l.-rye rye-TP-58/1 (31.10.2002) 1.7. Solanum tuberosum l.-Potato Fries-TP-23/2 (01.12.2005) 1.8. Triticum aestivum l. emend. Fiori et Paola. -Wheat wheat-TP-3/3 (06.11.2003) 1.9. Triticum durum Desf. -Durum wheat durum wheat-TP-120/2 (06.11.2003) 1.10. Triticosecale Wittm-Triticale Triticale-TP-121/2 (2007-01-22) 1.11. Zea mays l.-maize corn-TP-2/2 (15.11.2001) 2. International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants guidelines ** 2.1. Agrostis canina l.-dog bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.2. Agrostis gigante's Roth. -White bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.3. Agrostis stolonifera l.-creeping bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.4. Agrostis capillar by l.-Brown top bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.5. Beta Vulgaris l.-fodder beet fodder beet-TG/150/3 (04.11.1994.) 2.6. Brassica napus var. napobrassic (l.) Rchb.-Swede fodder turnips, fodder-TG/89/6 (04.04.2001) 2.7. Brassica rapa l. var. silvestris ((Lam.) Briggs)-turnip turnip-TG/185/3 (17.04.2002) 2.8. Bromus catharticus Vahl, b. sitchepsis, b. the Trin Trin-Brome for the Brome auletic-TG/180/3 (04.04.2001) 2.9. Carthamus tinctorius l.-safflower safflower-TG/134/3 (12.10.1990.) 2.10. The Dactylis glomerat l.-Cocksfoot Cocksfoot-TG/31/8 (17.04.2002) 2.11. Festuca arundinacea Schreber. -Tall Fescue Tall Fescue-TG/39/8 (17.04.2002) 2.12. Festuca ovina l.-sheep's Fescue sheep's Fescue-TG/67/5 (05.04.2006) 2.13. Festuca pratensis HUDs. -Meadow Fescue meadow Fescue-TG/39/8 (17.04.2002) 2.14. Festuca rubra l.-Red Fescue red Fescue-TG/67/5 (05.04.2006) 2.15. Linum usitatissimum l.-flax flax-TG/57/6 (20.10.1995.) 2.16. Lolium multiflor Lam of. Darnel ryegrass-runner-TG/4/2 (05.04.2006) 2.17. Lolium perenne l.-perennial ryegrass perennial ryegrass-TG/4/2 (05.04.2006) 2.18. Lolium x boucheanum Kunth-Hybrid ryegrass perennial ryegrass-TG/4/2 (05.04.2006) 2.19. Lupinus Albus l.-White Lupin white Lupin-TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.20. Lupinus angustifolius l.-Blue Lupin blue Lupin-TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.21. Lupinus luteus l.-yellow lupin yellow lupin-TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.22. Medicago sativa l. (can do)-Lucerne, alfalfa in alfalfa hybrid-TG/6/5 (06.04.2005) 2.23. Papaver somniferum l.-opium poppy-TG/166/3 (24.03.1999.) 2.24. Phleum pratense l.-Timothy Timothy-TG/36/6 (07.11.1984) 2.25. Poa pratensis l.-meadow grass meadow grass-TG/33/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.26. Raphanus sativus l. var. oleiform a person. -Oil oil radish Black radish-TG/178/3 (04.04.2001) 2.27. Sinaps by Alba l.-white mustard white mustard-TG/179/3 (04.04.2001) 2.28. Trifolium pratense l.-Red clover red clover-TG/5/7 (04.04.2001) 2.29. Trifolium repens l.-white clover, white clover-TG/38/7 (09.04.2003) 2.30. Vicia faba l.-Field Peas field beans-TG/8/6 (17.04.2002) 2.31. Vicia sativa l.-summer summer vetch Vicia-TG/32/6 (21.10.1988.)

II. Vegetable species 1. Community plant variety Office inspection reports shall: 1.1. Allium CEPA l. (CEPA group) onions-TP-46/1 (14.06.2005); 1.2. Allium CEPA l. (Group of Agregat) shallots-TP-46/1 (14.06.2005); 1.3. Allium porrum l.-Leek-TP-85/1 (15.11.2001); 1.4. Allium sativum l.-garlic-TP-162/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.5. Asparagus officinalis l.-asparagus-TP-130/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.6. Brassica oleracea l.-cauliflower-TP-45/1 (15.11.2001); 1.7. Brassica oleracea l.-broccoli-TP-151/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.8. Brassica oleracea l.-Brussels sprouts-TP-54/2 (01.12.2005); 1.9. Brassica oleracea l.-Kohlrabi-TA-65/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.10. Brassica oleracea l.-Savoy cabbage, white cabbage and red cabbage-TP-48/2 (01.12.2005); 1.11. Capsicum annuum l.-paprika-TP-76/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.12. Cichorium endivia l.-Endive-TA-118/2 (01.12.2005); 1.13. Cichorium intybus l.-chicory Root-TP-172/2 (01.12.2005); 1.14. Cichorium intybus l.-Witloof chicory-TP-173/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.15. Cucumis Melo l.-Melon-TP-104/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.16. Cucumis sativus l.-cucumber-TP-61/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.17. Cucurbita Pepo l. marrow, Zucchini and l.-TP-119/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.18. Cynara cardunculus l.-artichoke-TP-184/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.19. Daucus carota l.-carrot-TP-49/2 (01.12.2005); 1.20. Foeniculum vulgare Mill.-Fennel-TA-183/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.21. Lactuca sativa l.-lettuce-TP-13/2 (01.12.2005); Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. 1.22-tomatoes-TP-44/2 (15.11.2001); 1.23. Phaseolus Vulgaris l.-beans-TP-12/2 (01.12.2005); 1.24. Pisum sativum l. (partim)-pea with prisms, shelling peas, sugar pea-TP-07/1 (06.11.2003); 1.25. Raphanus sativus l.-radish-TA-64/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.26. Spinacia Oleracea l.-spinach-TP-55/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.27. Valerianella locusta (l.) Laterr. -Lettuce-TA-75/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.28. Vicia faba l. (partim)-broad bean (broad bean)-TP-Broad bean/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.29. Zea mays l. (partim)-sweet corn and uzplīstoš corn-TP-2/2 (15.11.2001). 2. the International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants guidelines: 2.1. Allium fistulosum l.-chive onion-TG/161/3 (01.04.1998.); 2.2. Allium schoenoprasum l.-chives-TG/198/1 (09.04.2003); 2.3. Apium graveolens l.-celery-TG/82/4 (17.04.2002); 2.4. Apium graveolens l.-celeriac-TG/74/4, corrections (17.04.2002) (05.04.2006); 2.5. Beta Vulgaris l.-chard-TG/106/4 (31.03.2004); 2.6. Beta Vulgaris l.-beets, including Cheltenham beet-TG/60/6 (18.10.1996.); 2.7. Brassica oleracea l.-curly kale-TG/90/6 (31.03.2004); 2.8. Brassica rapa l.-Chinese cabbage-TG/105/4 (09.04.2003); 2.9. Brassica rapa l. turnip-TG/37/10-(04.04.2001); 2.10. Cichorium intybus l.-large-leaved chicory or Italian chicory-TG/154/3 (18.10.1996.); 2.11. Citrullus lanat (Thunb.) Matsu. et Nakai-watermelon-TG/142/4 (31.03.2004); 2.12. Cucurbita Maxima Duchesne-pumpkins-TG/155/3 (18.10.1996.); 2.13. Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Nyman ex a. w. Hill-parsley-TG/136/5 (06.04.2005); 2.14. Phaseolus coccineus l.-Runner Bean-TG/9/5 (09.04.2003); 2.15. Raphanus sativus l.-radish-TG/63/6 (24.03.1999.); 2.16. Rheum unit of rhabarbar l.-rhubarb-TG/62/6 (24.03.1999.); 2.17. Scorzonera Hispanica l.-Melnsakn-TG/116/3 (21.10.1988.); 2.18. Solanum melongena l.-Aubergine-TG/117/4 (17.04.2002). The notes. 1. Guidelines and protocols available electronically to the national plant protection service website on the internet, as well as 1 January 2008-Community plant variety Office, and the International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants website on the internet. 2. Guidelines for electronically available State plant protection service website on the internet, as well as 1 January 2008-Community plant variety Office, and the International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants home page on the internet. "
Prime Minister-Minister of Agriculture Minister Slakter a.-Minister of education and science of Rivž