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. 374 Riga, May 9, 2006 (pr. No 26 3) 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, nr. 131) as follows: 1. Replace 8.4 in words and numbers "in the European Union Regulation 930/2000" with the words and figures ", 4 May 2000, in Regulation (EC) No 930/2000 laying down implementing rules in respect of varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species of pertinence ' name. 2. Add to the informative reference to European Union directives, with paragraph 5 by the following: "5) Commission of 16 December 2005 Directive 2005/91/EC amending directive for you 2003/90/EC laying down measures for the implementation of Council Directive 2002/53/EC in article 7 concerning mandatory signs and the mandatory nature of certain agricultural plant species testing conditions." 3. Express 3. attachment the following: "3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 15 April 2003, the rules of 182 varieties test guidelines i. agricultural plant species no plant species name p.k. Protocol or guidelines for name, number, date, 1 Community plant variety Office guidelines: 1.1. Sunflowers sunflower-TP-81/1 (31.10.2002) 1.2. Barley barley, TP-19/2 (06.11.2003) 1.3. Rye rye, TP-58/1 (31.10.2002) 1.4 wheat wheat, TP-3/3 (06.11.2003) 1.5. Durum wheat durum wheat, TP-120/2 (06.11.2003) 1.6 corn corn-TP-2/2 (15.11.2001) 1.7.
Potatoes potatoes-TP-23/1 (27.03.2002.) 1.8. Oats oats, TP-20/1 (06.11.2003) 1.9. Rape rape, TP-36/1 (25.03.2004.) 1.10. Pea peas-TP-7/1 (06.11.2003) 1.11. Triticale Triticale, TP-121/1 (06.11.2003) 2. International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants guidelines: 2.1. Fodder beet, fodder beet TG/150/3 (04.11.1994.) 2.2 dog bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.3 white bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.4. Creeping bent bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.5. Brown top bent-TG/30/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.6.
Brome Brome — TG/180/3 (04.04.2001) 2.7. Cocksfoot Cocksfoot-TG/31/8 (17.04.2002) 2.8 Tall Fescue Tall Fescue-TG/39/8 (17.04.2002) 2.9. Sheep's fescue, sheep's Fescue TG/67/4 (12.11.1980.) 2.10. Meadow fescue, meadow Fescue TG/39/8 (17.04.2002) 2.11. Red fescue, red fescue, TG/67/4 (12.11.1980.) 2.12 runner darnel ryegrass-TG/4/7 (12.10.1990.) 2.13 perennial ryegrass perennial ryegrass-TG/4/7 (12.10.1990.) 2.14 Hybrid ryegrass perennial ryegrass-TG/4/7 (12.10.1990.) 2.15. Timothy Timothy-TG/34/6 (07.11.1984.)

2.16. Meadow grass meadow grass-TG/33/6 (12.10.1990.) 2.17 white Lupin white Lupin-TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.18. Blue Lupin, blue Lupin TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.19. Yellow Lupin, yellow lupin TG/66/4 (31.03.2004) 2.20. Lucerne, Lucerne Lucerne in hybrid-TG/6/5 (06.04.2005) 2.21. Red clover red clover-TG/5/7 (04.04.2001) 2.22. White clover, white clover-TG/38/7 (09.04.2003) 2.23. Field Peas field beans-TG/8/6 (17.04.2002) 2.24 summer summer vetch Vicia-TG/32/6 ( 21.10.1988.) 2.25. fodder turnips, fodder turnips TG/89/6 (04.04.2001) 2.26. Oil radish oil radish-TG/178/3 (04.04.2001) 2.27 turnip turnip-TG/185/3 (17.04.2002) 2.28. Safflower Safflower-TG/134/3 (12.10.1990.) 2.29 flax flax-TG/57/6 (20.10.1995.) 2.30. Poppies poppy-TG/166/3 (24.03.1999.) 2.31. White mustard white mustard-TG/179/3 (04.04.2001). II. 1. Vegetable species of the Community plant variety Office guidelines : 1.1. leek, Protocol TP/85/1 (15.11.2001); 1.2. asparagus, Protocol TP/130/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.3. the cauliflower, Protocol TP/45/1 (15.11.2001); 1.4. Broccoli (sparģeļkāpost) — Protocol TP/151/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.5. rožkāpost (Brussels sprouts), Protocol TP/54/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.6. curly kale (Savoy cabbage), Protocol TP/48/1 (15.11.2001); 1.7. White cabbage, Protocol TP/48/1 (15.11.2001); 1.8. red cabbage, Protocol TP/48/1 (15.11.2001); 1.9. paprika (peppers), Protocol TP/76/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.10. Endive, Protocol TP/118/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.11. melons, Protocol TP/104/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.12. cucumber — Protocol TP/61/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.13. carrots, Protocol TP/48/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.14. lettuce, Protocol TP/13/1 (15.11.2001); 1.15. tomato, Protocol TP/44/2 (15.11.2001); 1.16. garden beans, Protocol TP/12/1 (15.11.2001); 1.17. radishes, Protocol TP/64/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.18. spinach, Protocol TP/55/1 (27.03.2002.); 1.19. lettuce, Protocol TP/75/6 (27.03.2002.); 1.20. the garlic — Protocol TP-162/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.21. fennel, Protocol TP-183/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.22. artichokes, Protocol TP-184/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.23. leaf chicory, Protocol TP-172/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.24. root chicory — Protocol TP-173/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.25. the onion — Protocol TP-46/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.26., l.-marrow — Protocol TP-119/1 (25.03.2004.); 1.27. the kohlrabi, Protocol TP-65/1 (25.03.2004.). 2. the International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants guidelines: guideline 2.1. celery-TG/82/4 (17.04.2002); 2.2. chard (chard)-guideline TG/106/4 (31.03.2004); 2.3. beetroot, guideline TG/60/6 (18.10.1996.); 2.4. Kale, guideline TG/90/6 (17.04.2002); 2.5. Peking cabbage (Chinese cabbage), guideline TG/105/4 (09.04.2003); 2.6. turnip rape, guideline TG/37/10 (04.04.2001); 2.7. Witloof chicory, guideline TG/173/3 (05.04.2000.); 2.8. leaf chicory, guideline TG/154/3 (18.10.1996.); 2.9. root chicory, guideline TG/172/3 (04.04.2001); 2.10. watermelon – guideline TG/142/4 (31.03.2004); 2.11. Arbutus pumpkins — guideline TG/155/3 (18.10.1996.); 2.12. parsley, guideline TG/136/5 (06.04.2005); 2.13. the Runner Bean, guideline TG/9/5 (09.04.2003); 2.14. rhubarb, guideline TG/62/6 (24.03.1999.); 2.15. melnsakn (skorconēr) — a guideline TG/116/3 (21.10.1988.); 2.16. Eggplant — guideline TG/117/4 (17.04.2002); 2.17. the broad bean (broad bean) — guidance TG/206/1 (09.04.2003). The notes. 1. the guidelines in electronic form are available in the Community plant variety Office website on the internet. 2. The guidelines in electronic form is available on the International Union for the protection of new varieties of plants home page on the internet. "
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