Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 28 December 2010 The Regulation No 1229 "provisions On Varieties For Distinctness, Uniformity And Stability Test"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2010.gada 28.decembra noteikumos Nr.1229 "Noteikumi par šķirnes atšķirīguma, viendabīguma un stabilitātes pārbaudi"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 359 in 2015 (30 June. No 30 36) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 28 December 2010 the Regulation No 1229 "provisions on varieties for distinctness, uniformity and stability tests ', issued under the plant variety protection act article 18 Fifth 1. make Cabinet 2010 December 28, Regulation No 1229" provisions on varieties for distinctness, uniformity and stability test "(Latvian journal 2011, 8, 193. No; 147. no; in 2012, 2013, 2014 239. no; 113., no.) the following amendments: 1. make the introductory part of paragraph 8 by the following: "9. in order to carry out the examination of the variety of a particular genus, species or variety group of varieties, the institution that qualifies for admission to the examination of the variety (hereinafter the institution), submit to the Department:"; 1.2. to supplement the rules by 16.1 points the following wording: "16.1 service within 10 working days after the rules referred to in point 15 of the application and documents referred to in paragraph 16 of the receipt sent to the institution of the indicative notice for receiving the application and the examination deadline."; 1.3. to express 17 as follows: "17. Service checks the conformity of the institution 13 of these rules (if necessary also that rule 14) these criteria and inspection on site. If the institution meets these criteria and service two months after the rules referred to in point 15 and 16 of the application, of receipt of the information referred to is not informed of the decision on the institution of a variety concerning the appraisal of its distinctness, uniformity and stability tests on the authorisation or refusal to issue it, the service shall be deemed to have issued the authorisation to the institution, by applying the law of freedom to provide services to those in default. The information to be included in the authorisation is given in annex 2 to these regulations. "; 1.4. to complement the chapter II by 17.1 and 17.2 points as follows: "17.1 service on its website information on the institutions in place that have been authorised varieties for distinctness, uniformity and stability testing, indicating the institution's name, address and phone number. 17.2 the service upon request in accordance with the provisions of annex 2 shall be issued by the institution permission to electronically or in paper form. "; 1.5. to complement the informative reference to directives of the European Union with paragraph 10 by the following: ' 10) Commission 2014 4. Implementing directive of December 2014/105/EU, amending Directive 2003/90/EC and Directive 2003/91/EC, laid down in the Council Directive 2002/53/EC and article 7 of Council Directive 2002/55/EC article 7 implementing measures concerning the mandatory signs and the mandatory nature of certain varieties of agricultural plant species and vegetable species and the conditions for examining the varieties. "; 1.6. make 1. Chapters I and II of annex a as follows: "(I) crop species No.  p. k. Crop species name CPVO Protocol or the UPOV guidelines number CPVO Protocol or the date of adoption of the UPOV guidelines Latin English 1.1. The CPVO Protocols 1.1.1. Avena sativa l. (Avena also Byzantine k. Koch) oats (also the Byzantine oats) TP 20/1 06.11.2003. 1.1.2. Avena l. nude Kailgraud TP 20/1 of oats 06.11.2003. 1.1.3. Beta Vulgaris l. SSP. Vulgaris var. altissima Döll beet TP/Cukurbietes1 15.11.2001. 1.1.4. Brassica napus l. Rape, TP 36/2 16.11.2011. 1.1.5. Cannabis sativa l. Sowing hemp TP 276/1 28.11.2012. 1.1.6. Festuca a filiform Pourri. Smalklap sheep Fescue TP 67/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.7. Festuca ovina l. Sheep Fescue TP 67/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.8. Festuca rubra l. Red Fescue TP 67/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.9. Festuca trachyphyll (Hack.) Krajina's rough Fescue TP 67/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.10. Helianthus annuus l. Sunflowers TP 81/1 31.10.2002. 1.1.11. Hordeum vulgare l. Barley TP 19/3 21.03.2012. 1.1.12. Linum usitatissimum l. Flax, linseed oil TP 57/2 19.03.2014. 1.1.13. Lolium multiflor Lam of. Italian ryegrass, annual TP 4/1 in 23.06.2011. 1.1.14. Lolium perenne l. Perennial ryegrass TP 4/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.15 envisages Lolium x boucheanum Kunth. Hybrid ryegrass TP 4/1 23.06.2011. 1.1.16. Pisum sativum l. Pea, TP 7/2 11.03.2010. 1.1.17. Secale cereale l. Rye TP 58/1 31.10.2002. 1.1.18. Solanum tuberosum L. Potatoes TP 23/2 01.12.2005. 1.1.19. Triticum aestivum L. Soft wheat, TP 3/4 Rev. 16.02.2011 2. 1.1.20. Triticum durum Desf. Durum wheat TP 120/3 19.03.2014. 1.1.21. × Triticosecale Wittm. ex a. Camus hybrids resulting from the crossing of the genus Triticum species with the genus Secale species TP 121/2 Rev. 16.02.2011 1. 1.1.22. Zea mays L. Corn TP 2/3 11.03.2010. 1.2. The UPOV guidelines 1.2.1. Agrostis gigante's Roth. White bent TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990. 1.2.2. Agrostis stolonifera l. Creeping bent TG/30/6 of 12.10.1990. 1.2.3. Agrostis capillar by L. Brown top TG/30/6 12.10.1990. 1.2.4. Beta Vulgaris l. Fodder beet TG/150/3 04.11.1994. 1.2.5. Brassica napus l. var. napobrassic (l.) Rchb. Forage turnips TG/89/6 rev. 04.04.2001. + 1/04/2009 1.2.6. Brassica rapa l. var. silvestris (Lam.) Briggs turnip TG/185/3 17.04.2002. 1.2.7. the Dactylis glomerat l. Cocksfoot TG/31/8 17.04.2002. 1.2.8. Fagopyrum esculentum Moench buckwheat TG/278/1 28.03.2012. 1.2.9. Festuca arundinacea Schreber. Tall Fescue TG/39/8 17.04.2002. 1.2.10. Festuca pratensis HUDs. Meadow Fescue TG/39/8 17.04.2002. 1.2.11. × festulolium Asch. et Graebn. Auzeņairen (hybrids resulting from the crossing of species with the genus Festuca Lolium genus species) TG/243/1 09.04.2008. 1.2.12. Lupinus Albus l. White Lupin TG/66/4 31.03.2004. 1.2.13. Lupinus angustifolius l. Blue Lupin TG/66/4 31.03.2004. 1.2.14. Lupinus luteus l. Yellow lupin TG/66/4 31.03.2004. 1.2.15. Lotus corniculatus l. The vanagnadziņ of the horned TG/193/1 09.04.2008. 1.2.16. Medicago sativa l. Lucerne TG/6/5 06.04.2005. 1.2.17. Medicago x Varia t. martyn-Lucerne in Hybrid TG/6/5 06.04.2005. 1.2.18. Papaver somniferum l. Sleep poppies TG/166/4 09.04.2014. 1.2.19. Phleum l. of dismissal The TG/34/Timothy Gumain 6 07.11.1984. 1.2.20. Phleum pratense l. Timothy TG/34/6 07.11.1984. 1.2.21. Poa pratensis L. Meadow grass TG/33/7 09.04.2014. 1.2.22. Raphanus sativus l. var. oleiform a person. Oil radish TG/178/3 04.04.2001. 1.2.23. Sinapis Alba l. White mustard TG/179/3 04.04.2001. 1.2.24. Trifolium pratense L. Red clover TG/5/7 04.04.2001. 1.2.25. Trifolium repens l. White clover TG/38/7 09.04.2003. 1.2.26. Vicia faba l. Field beans TG/8/6 17.04.2002. 1.2.27. Vicia sativa l. Summer vetches TG/32/7 20.03.2013.
II. Vegetable species

Nr.  p. k. Crop species name CPVO Protocol or the UPOV guidelines number CPVO Protocol or the date of adoption of the UPOV guidelines Latin English 2.1. The CPVO protocols 2.1.1. Allium CEPA l. (CEPA group) onions TP 46/2 May 08. 2.1.2. Allium CEPA l. (Group of Agregat) shallots TP 46/2 May 08. 2.1.3. Allium fistulosum l. Chive onion TP/161/1 11.03.2010. 2.1.4. Allium porrum l. Leek TP 85/2 May 08. 2.1.5. Allium sativum l. Garlic TP 162/1 25.03.2004. 2.1.6. Allium schoenoprasum l. Chives TP 198/1 April 28. 2.1.7. of Aneth graveolens L. Dill TP/165/1 16.02.2011. 2.1.8. Apium graveolens L. Page and celery in TP 82/1 13.03.2008. 2.1.9. Apium graveolens L. Celeriac TP 74/1 13.03.2008. 2.1.10. Asparagus officinalis l. Asparagus TP 130/2 16.02.2011. 2.1.11. Beta Vulgaris l. Beetroot TP 60/1 April 28. 2.1.12. Brassica oleracea l. Kale TP/90/1 16.02.2011. 2.1.13. Brassica oleracea l. Cauliflower TP 45/2 11.03.2010. 2.1.14. Brassica oleracea l. Broccoli TP 151/2 21.03.2007. 2.1.15. Brassica oleracea l. Brussels sprouts (rožkāpost) TP 54/2 01.12.2005. 2.1.16. Brassica oleracea l. TP 65/1 Kohlrabi 25.03.2004. 2.1.17. Brassica oleracea l. Savoy cabbage (curly kale) TP 48/3 16.02.2011. 2.1.18. Brassica oleracea l. White and red cabbage TP 48/3 16.02.2011. 2.1.19. Brassica rapa l. Chinese cabbage TP 105/1 13.03.2008. 2.1.20. Capsicum annuum L. Paprika TP 76/2 21.03.2007. 2.1.21. Cichorium endivia l. Endive TP 118/3 19.03.2014. 2.1.22. Cichorium intybus l. Root chicory TP 172/2 01.12.2005. 2.1.23. Cichorium intybus l. Witloof chicory TP 173/1 25.03.2004. 2.1.24. Citrullus lanat (Thunb.) Matsu. et Nakai watermelon TP 142/2 19.03.2014. 2.1.25. Cucumis Melo L. TP 104/2 melon 21.03.2007. 2.1.26. Cucumis sativus l. TP 61/2 cucumber 13.03.2008. 2.1.27. Cucurbita Pepo l. Marrow TP 119/1 rev. 2.1.28.19.03.2014. Cynara cardunculus l. Cardoon TP 184/2 27.02.2013. 2.1.29. Daucus carota L. TP 49/3 carrot 13.03.2008. 2.1.30. Foeniculum vulgare Mill. TP 183/1 25.03.2004 fennel. 2.1.31. Lactuca sativa l. Lettuce TP 13/5 16.02.2011. 2.1.32. Petroselinum crispum (Mill.) Nyman ex a. w. Hill parsley TP 136/1 21.03.2007. 2.1.33. Phaseolus coccineus l. Runner Bean TP 9/1 21.03.2007. 2.1.34. Phaseolus Vulgaris l. Pea beans TP 12/4 27.02.2013. 2.1.35. Pisum sativum l. (partim) peas excepting sowing peas TP 7/2 11.03.2010. 2.1.36. Raphanus sativus l. Radishes, radish TP 64/2 27.02.2013. 2.1.37. Solanum lycopersicum l. Tomatoes TP 44/4 rev. 2.1.38.27.02.2013. Solanum melongena l. Eggplant TP 117/1 13.03.2008. 2.1.39. Spinacia Oleracea L. Spinach TP 55/5 27.02.2013. 2.1.40. Valerianella locusta (l.) Laterr. Field salad TP 75/2 21.03.2007. 2.1.41. Vicia faba l. (partim) broad bean TP broad bean/1 25.03.2004. 2.1.42. Zea mays l. (partim) sweet corn TP 2/3 11.03.2010. 2.1.43. Solanum lycopersicum l. x s. Knapp of Solanum habrochait & d. m. Spooner; Solanum lycopersicum l. x Solanum peruvian (L.) Mill.; Solanum lycopersicum l. x Solanum cheesmania (l. Ridley) Fosberg tomato rootstock for TP/294/1 19.03.2014. 2.2. the UPOV guideline 2.2.1. Beta Vulgaris l. Chard TG/106/4 31.03.2004. 2.2.2. Brassica rapa l. Turnips TG/37/10 04.04.2001. 2.2.3. Cichorium intybus l. Witloof chicory TG/154/3 of 18.10.1996. 2.2.4. Cucurbita Maxima Duchesne gourd pumpkins TG/155/4 rev. 28.03.2007. + 1/04/2009 2.2.5. Rheum unit of rhabarbar L. Rhubarb TG/62/6 24.03.1999. 2.2.6. Scorzonera Hispanica l. Melnsakn-TG/116/4 24.03.2010. "
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