Amendments To The Cabinet Of Ministers Of 30 March 2004, The Regulation No 218 "plant Quarantine Rules"

Original Language Title: Grozījumi Ministru kabineta 2004.gada 30.marta noteikumos Nr.218 "Augu karantīnas noteikumi"

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 711 in Riga in 2005 (13 September. No 51 27) amendments to the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 "plant quarantine regulations" Issued under the plant protection act article 5, paragraph 1, to make the Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 "plant quarantine rules" (Latvian journal, 2004, 65, 180. No; 2005, 44.100. no) the following amendments: 1. Express 2.1. subparagraph by the following: "2.1. the phytosanitary requirements-requirements for plants, plant products and items in the contact and distribution in Latvia and the European Union or protected zones recognised as well as other national legislation requirements the plants, plant products and contact objects for their entry, firms in the countries concerned; ". 2. Delete paragraph 2.9. 3. Express 2.12. subparagraph by the following: "2.12. cargo product set, covered by a single document in the customs or other formalities or markings. One shipment may consist of one or more lot; ". 4. Replace paragraph 3, first sentence, the words "importer and exporter" by the words "and" importer. 5. Express 17.3. subparagraph by the following: "If the service Inspector 17.3. notes that a registered party does not comply with the requirements set out in these rules." 6. Express 18 as follows: "6. Latvia banned imported from third countries (countries that are not Member States of the European Union): 18.1. This provision is set out in annex 3 plant quarantine organisms; 18.2. the rules set out in annex 4, the plant quarantine organisms, if those infected in certain plants, plant products or objects in contact with them; 18.3. these rules laid down in annex 5 plants, plant products and contact firms items; 18.4.1. these provisions referred to in part B of the annex for plant-health control exposed plants, plant products and those in contact with firms which import goods must comply with the provisions of this annex 6 in chapter I of part A and part B in certain specific requirements, if these plants, products and articles for the following special requirements do not meet; 18.5. harmful organisms which do not exist in Latvia, but which, according to staff of the harmful organism risk analysis can be harmful to plants or plant products in Latvia. " 7. Express 24 as follows: "24. Phytosanitary control location point of entry, customs warehouse or free zone customs complies with the provisions of annex 7 requirements of phytosanitary control, but a place for service spaces or cargo receipt in place-this provision 7. item 2.2. and 2.3. under those requirements." 8. Make the paragraph 29 by the following: "29. Service month examine the application and assess the compliance of the cargo at the place of this provision in annex 7 2.2. and 2.3. under those requirements." 9. Make the paragraph 32 as follows: "32. If it is found that the importer or owner of the place of receipt of the goods or do not comply with these regulations by means of requirements or this person does not meet the requirements contained in these rules, the service shall decide on the withdrawal of permission to control inbound cargo. " 10. Express 35 as follows: ' 35. these provisions importation 1. referred to in part B of the annex for plant-health control exposed plants, plant products and contact objects, their firms for export or re-export phytosanitary certificate required for the export (export) (annex 8) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) (annex 9), attesting to the plants, plant products and contact with them in compliance with the items specified in these provisions and formalised plant-health requirements under the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures (electronically available national plant protection official website on the internet). " 11. Express 22.0 22.1 points and the following wording: "If this rule 6.22.0 part A and part B of chapter I lays down specific requirements for the provision of annex 1, part B, subject to plant-health control of the plants, plant products and items in contact, and they can be executed in another country, the phytosanitary certificate may be issued to the third country where the plants, plant products and the contact object in the sending State firms. 22.1 21.9 this rule in the case referred to in paragraph a phytosanitary certificate in the box "additional declaration", the indication of the specific requirements laid down in annex 6 of these rules. " 12. Express 35.113. subparagraph as follows: "35.113. shipment accompanied by a plant health movement document (10. Add Kuma);". 13. Express 35.163 unrepentant 35.162. and. by the following: "35.162. ask importer to carry out the plants, plant products and contact with them in the handling of the subject, if you expected that after treatment phytosanitary requirements will be met. Treatment can also be performed when the harmful organisms do not have this provision in annex 3 or 4, the above plant quarantine organisms; 35.163. If it is found that a part of the plants, plant products or objects in contact with them loads of infected or infested with this 3 or 4, of the rules referred to in annex plant quarantine organisms, prevent infected or infested plants, plant products or objects in contact with them import and distribution in Latvia and the European Union, but the remaining parts allow imports if it does not present a health risk; ". 14. paragraph 35.22 Express as follows: "the Member States of the European Union, 35.22 points of entry and the official body of destination the official authorities may agree that the provisions referred to in annex 1 of the plants, plant products and contact with them in the subject identity and plant health checks shall be carried out in approved testing site that is not a point of entry." 15. Make 36 and 37 points as follows: "prohibited in the territory of Latvia 36. distribute: 36.1. This provision in annex 3 plant quarantine organisms; 36.2. the rules referred to in annex 4, the plant quarantine organisms, if those infected in certain plants, plant products and items in contact; 36.3. This provision in part A of annex 1 of these for plant-health control exposed plants, plant products and contact with them objects that firms distributing is not complied with the provisions of part A of annex 6, chapter II of the special requirements set out in the maritime industries and services, plant products the au and those coming into contact with objects; 36.4. harmful organisms which do not exist in Latvia, but in accordance with a risk analysis of the harmful organism can be harmful to the au and the maritime industries and services products in Latvia. 37. in order to disseminate the rules referred to in annex 1 for plant-health control exposed plants, plant products and contact with them, those firms in the form of appropriate plant passport: 37.1. distribution in Latvia and the European Union; 37.2. within the European Union protected zones (annex 11); 37.3. for distribution in Latvia and the European Union, if the plants and plant products distribution in different lots or various plants and plant products combine the Party (hereinafter referred to as the replacement passport). " 16. Make 40 as follows: "40. to obtain permission for use of plant passports, the registered person by registering or submitting an annual declaration for plant-health control, apply for the inspection in accordance with the provisions of annex 6, part A and part B of chapter II specific requirements in plants and plant products." 17. the introductory part of paragraph 60 be expressed as follows: "60. If the rules referred to in annex 1 for plant-health control exposed plants and plant products do not meet the requirements in these rules form part of the requirements of the service, decide on one or more of the following: phytosanitary measures ". 18. Make paragraph 75 and 76 of the introductory paragraph as follows: "75. Protected area may be introduced into the rules of part A of annex 1, chapter I and chapter II of part B of the phytosanitary control in most of the plants and plant products and to contact firms items, if they meet the following provisions set out plant-health requirements and have met the provisions of annex 6, part B, the specific requirements mentioned in the plants and plant products in a specific protected zone , which represents plants and plant products, or in the supporting documents attached to the plant passport with the designation "ZP", as well as an indication of plant passport as a protected zone in which the plant passport is valid. 76. If for plants and plant products imported into the protected zone, you need to respect this provision 6. part B of the annex to the specific requirements mentioned in the plants, plant products and contact with them came the introduction of a specific protected zone and the relevant plants, plant products or objects in contact move through the protected zone (other than the origin) without the area of the plant passport valid on receipt of the goods outside the protected zones , the following requirements shall be met: ' 19. Express 78. paragraph by the following: "78. Service within 24 hours of receipt of the information from the sanitary border inspection of plants, plant products and contact with them in the articles do not conform to the laws or requirements of a phytosanitary certificate for export (export) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) do not conform to the requirements in these rules requirements shall be forwarded to the European Commission, the Member States of the European Union, the European and Mediterranean plant protection organization, as well as of plant protection izvedējvalst responsible authority written notice of cargo holds or the detection of the harmful organism from third countries of goods (annex 12). " 20. Make 80. paragraph by the following: "80. the service shall immediately inform the European Commission and the Member States of the European Union: 80.1. for each of these rules referred to in annex 3 plant quarantine organism found in the territory of Latvia, where its presence has not been previously identified; 80.2. for each such detection of the harmful organism occurrence or suspicion of the presence, which is not mentioned in annex 3 to these regulations and whose presence in the territory of Latvia has not been previously identified; 49.9. appropriate phytosanitary measures to destroy these rules 80.1 and 80.2.. or referred to limit their spread. " 21. the express 83. paragraph by the following: "83. In Latvia, the phytosanitary certificate issued for export (annex 13) or a phytosanitary certificate for re-export (reeks port) (annex 14) attest to the plants, plant products and contact with them in compliance with the ievedējvalst of plant-health requirements laid down in." 22. Make a point following 86.2: "86.2 customs warehouse, which made this provision in paragraph 86, meets this provision in annex 15 requirements." 23. Make the following paragraph 92: "92. Up to December 31, 2009 are imported to this provision in part B of annex 1 of these for plant-health control exposed plants, plant products and contact objects, their firms for export or re-export has a valid phytosanitary certificate for export (export) (annex 16) or phytosanitary certificate for re-export (re-export) (annex 17), attesting to the plants, plant products and contact with them in compliance with the items specified in these provisions the phytosanitary requirements." 24. Add to the informative reference to directives of the European Union with 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27 and 28 by the following: "14) Commission of 24 June 1993 of Directive 93/50/EEC, which specifies certain plants not listed in Council Directive 77/93/EEC, in annex I, part A, and that growers or such a plant growing areas hosted warehouses , distribution centres are listed in an official register; 15) Council of 8 May 2001, Directive 2001/33/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 16) Council of 8 May 2001, Directive 2001/32/EC recognising protected zones exposed to particular plant health risks in the community and repealing Directive 92/76/EEC; 17) Council of 19 March 2002 Directive 2002/28/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 18) Commission of 27 April 2002 Directive 2002/29/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain protected zones exposed to particular plant health risks in the community; 19) Council of 29 April 2002 Directive 2002/36/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 20) Commission of 24 March 2003, Directive 2003/21/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain protected zones exposed to particular plant health risks in the community; 21) Council of 24 March 2003, Directive 2003/22/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 22) Council 4 June 2003 Directive 2003/47/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 23) Council 4 December 2003 Directive 2003/116/EC amending certain annexes to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 24) Commission of 17 March 2004, Directive 2004/31/EC amending annexes I, II, III, IV and V to Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 25) Commission of 17 March 2004, Directive 2004/32/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain protected zones exposed to particular plant health risks in the community; 26) Commission of 28 April 2004, Directive 2004/70/EC amending Council Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms and spread within the community, which are harmful to plants or plant products; 27) of the Council Directive of 28 February 2005/15/EC amending Annex IV to Directive 2000/29/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the community; 28) Commission of 2 March 2005 Directive 2005/18/EC amending Directive 2001/32/EC as regards certain protected zones exposed to particular plant health risks in the community. " 25. Annex 3 to express the following: "3. the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 plant quarantine organisms that are prohibited to import or distribute A part of plant quarantine organisms, which banned imported from third countries or to distribute in Latvia or another Member State of the European Union chapter I plant quarantine organisms that do not occur in any of Latvia or another Member State of the European Union and the region's dangerous across the European Union (a) insects mites and nematodes, at any stage of development a 1 Acler spp. (species not found in Europe)

2. Amauromyz-maculos (Malloch) 3 anomala orientalis Waterhouse 4. Anoplophora chinensis (Thomson) 4.1. Anoplophora glabripennis (Motschulsky) 5. Anoplophora malasiac (Forster) 6.-Arrhenod minutus Drury 7. Bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe), which is the following virus vectors: (a) Bean golden mosaic virus (b) Cowpea mild mottl virus (c) an infectious Lettuc yellow virus Pepper mild tigré (d) above (e) Squash leaf curl virus (f) Euphorbia mosaic virus (g) Florida tomato virus 8. Cicadellidae species belonging to the family of the Cicadellida (which is not found in Europe), which is known as Pierce's disease (caused by xylella healthcare at fastidiosa) of the vector Carneocephal-fulgid: (a) (b) Draeculacephal of Nottingham's Minerva Ball (c) Graphocephal of atropunctat (the Signore) 9. Choristoneur spp. (species not found in Europe) 10. Conotrachel of Valdaine (Herbst) 10.1. Diabrotica barber Smith Lawrence 10.2. Diabrotica & undecimpunctat howard Barber undecimpunctat undecimpunctat of diabrotica 10.3 of the Mannerheim 10.4. Of diabrotica virgifera Le Conte by Zea mays Helioth 11 (Bodd) 11.1. Hirschmanniell spp., except for the Hirschmanniell (de Man) Luc gracil & Goodey liriomyza sativa Blanchard 12-13. Longidorus diadectur of the Eveleigh & Allen 14. Refuted spp. (species not found in Europe) 15.-crude Mynd (Van Duze) 16. Nacobbus aberrans (Thorne) Thorne & Allen naupactus leucoloma Boheman 16.1.17. Premnotryp spp. (species not found in Europe) Pseudopityophthor of 18 minutissim (Zimmermann) Pseudopityophthor of pruinos 19 (Eichhoff) Scaphoide-luteol 20 (Van Duze) 21. Spodopter the eridani (Cramer) Spodopter of frugiperd 22 (Smith) 23. Spodopter the litur (Fabrics) Against the 24 25 Raibspārņ of Tephritida Karny of native species (which are not found in Europe): (a) Anastreph of fratercul (Wiedemann) (b) Anastreph the Ludens (Loew) (c) of the Macquar of the oblique Anastreph (d) Anastreph of aërosol (Loew) (e) of the Dac ciliat (Loew) (f) of the Dac to curcurbita Coquille (g) of the Dac dorsal Handel (h) Dac to tryon (froggatt) (i) of the Dac tsuneon Miyake (j) DAC-zonat-Saund.

(k) Epochr canadensis (Loew) (l) Pardalasp a cyanescen a Pardalasp a Bezz (m) quinari-Pterandr-Bezz (n) Rosa (Karsch) (o) Rhacochlaen of the japonica Ito (p) Rhagolet a cingulat (Loew) (q) Rhagolet the complete the Cresson (r) by Rhagolet (Osten Sacken-) faust (s) in the Rhagolet indifferen Curran (t) Rhagolet mendax Curran (u) Rhagolet by a pomonell Rhagolet by the Walsh (v) ribicol (w) Rhagolet of Doane a suav (Loew) 26. Xiphinema american Cobb sensu lato Forum (populations that are not found in Europe) 27. Xiphinema californicum Lamberti & Blev-Zache (b) bacteria 1. Xylell fastidiosa (Well & Raju) (c) fungi 1. Ceratocystis fagacearum ( Bretz) hunt of the Chrysomyx 2 arctostaphyl 3 Cronarti spp. Dietel. (species not found in Europe)

4. Endocronarti spp.. (species not found in Europe)

5. Guignardia laricin (Saw.) Yamamoto & Ito 6. Gymnosporangi spp.. (species not found in Europe)

7. Inonotus weirii (Murril) kotlaba and Pouzar 8. Melampsor-farlowi (Arthur) Davis 9. Monilini-fructicol (Winter) Honey 10. Mycosphaerell-leptolep by the laric Ito et al.

11. the Mycosphaerell of G.E. Thompson 12 populor Phoma Andina Turkensteen. 13. Phyloostict solitaria Ell. & Ev.

14. Septori in the lycopersic Speg. can. malaguti, Ciccaron 15 Thecaphor & Boerem of Solana to Barr in the. 15.1. Tilleti Indica wet Trechispor-16. brinkmanni (Bresad.) Rogers (d) viruses and virus-like organisms 1. Elm phlö does not cross a Mycoplasma 2. potato viruses and virus-like organisms: (a) Andean potato latent virus (b) Andean potato mottl virus (c) Arracach virus B, OCA strain (d) potato black ringsp a virus (e) potato-tuber viroid 3 (f) potato virus T (g) potato viruses A, M, S, V, X, Y (including Yo, Yn and Yc) and Potato leafroll virus isolates that is not found in European tobacco ringsp 3 the virus 4. Tomato ringsp the virus 5. Quince Cydonia Mill., Fragaria l., strawberry Apple Malus Mill., Prunus l., plum-PEAR Pyrus l., Ribes l., redcurrant, BlackBerry Rubus l. and Vitis l. vīnkok of pathogenic viruses and virus-like organisms: (a) Blueberry leaf mottl virus (b) Cherry raspi leaf virus (American) (c) Peach mosaic virus (American) (d) Peach phony rickettsi (e) Peach Rosetta mosaic virus (f) (g) Peach Peach by Rosetta Mycoplasma X-disease Mycoplasma (h) Peach yellow is Mycoplasma (i) Prunus line pattern virus (American) (j) Raspberry leaf curl virus (American) (k) Strawberry latent ' C ' virus (l) Strawberry vein banding virus (m) Strawberry witch, broom Mycoplasma (n) Quince Cydonia Mill., Fragaria l., strawberry Apple Malus Mill., Prunus l., plum-PEAR Pyrus l., Ribes l., redcurrant, BlackBerry Rubus l. and Vitis l. vīnkok of pathogenic viruses and virus-like organisms that are not found in Europe 6. viruses transmitted by bemisia tabaci Genn: (a) Bean golden mosaic virus (b) Cowpea mild mottl virus (c) an infectious Lettuc yellow virus Pepper mild tigré (d) above (e) Squash leaf curl virus (f) Euphorbia mosaic virus (g) Florida tomato virus (e) parasitic on Arceuthobi spp. 1 plant. (species not found in Europe)

Chapter II the plant quarantine organisms occurring in Latvia and other Member States of the European Union and is dangerous throughout the European Union a) insects, mites and nematodes, at any stage of development 1. Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens 2. Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber) Behrens 3. Helioth the armiger (Hübner) 6.1. Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) Meloidogyne fallax Karssen 6.2 7. Opogon the sacchar (Bojer) 8.-japonica Newman Popili 8.1. Rhizoec of hibiscus in Kaw Takag 9. Spodopter & for the littoral States (Boisduval) (b) bacteria 1. Clavibacter michiganensis (Smith) Davis et al. SSP. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al.

2. Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith (c) 1. Melampsor of mushrooms in 2. medusa Thümen Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival (d) viruses and virus-like organisms 1. Apple proliferation of chlorotic leafroll Mycoplasma Apric 2 3. Pear declin of mycoplasmas Mycoplasma part B plant quarantine organisms, which banned imported from third countries or distribute protected zones (a) insects, mites and nematodes, at any stage of development of Protected Species (s) area (s) of 1. Bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), Ireland, Portugal (entre Douro e Minho, Trás-os-Montes, Beira Litoral, Beira Interior, Ribatejo e Oeste, Alentejo, Madeira and Azores), United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland 1.1. Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch) Cyprus 2. Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens Latvia, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland 3.-Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say Spain (Menorca and Ibiza), Ireland, Cyprus, Malta, Portugal (Azores and Madeira), uk, Sweden (Blekinge, Gotland, Halland» , Kalmar, Gotland), Finland (åland, Turku, Uusimaa, Kim, Ham, Pirkanm, Satakunt area) 4. Liriomyza bryoniae (Kaltenbach) Ireland and the United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) (b) viruses and virus-like organisms species Protected zone (s) (s) (1). Beet necrotic yellow vein virus France (Brittany), Ireland, Finland, Lithuania, Portugal (Azores), uk (Northern Ireland) 2. Tomato spotted wilt virus Sweden, Finland 26. Express 4. Annex follows Annex 4: "the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 plant quarantine organisms that are prohibited to import and distribute, if Infected or infested with them certain plants, plant products and items in A contact part of plant quarantine organisms, which prohibited the importation from third countries and distribute in Latvia and other Member State of the European Union, if Infected or infested with them certain plants or plant products chapter I plant quarantine organisms that is not present in Latvia and other Member States of the European Union and is dangerous throughout the European Union (a) insects, mites and nematodes, at any stage of development of the species infected or infested plants and plant products in the 1 Aculop Keifer of Fuchsia fuchsia Fuchsia genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 2. Aleurocant spp.
Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 3. Anthonom-bisignifer (Schenkling) Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 4. Anthonom signatus (Say) Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 5. Aonidell-citrin of the Coquille Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 6. Aphelenchoid of the bessey Christie (*) rice Oryza spp. 7. Aschistonyx of the eppo seed Inouye Juniper Juniperus genus plants, other than fruit and seeds, originating in non-European 8. Bursaphelenchus xylophilus (Steiner & Buhera) Nickle et al. Baltegļ Mill., Abies of Cedar Cedrus Trew, Larix Mill of larch, Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr., Douglas of the and the hemlokegļ of Tsug Carr. the genus of plants, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers and Coniferales, whose country of origin is not in Europe's niponens a Walsingh Carposin 9 a Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l. and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European Diaphorin Kuway 10 citrus, Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids of the genus König and Murray plants, other than fruit and seeds 11. Enarmoni-packard (Zeller) Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l. and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European Enarmoni-prunivor-12 Vilkābeļ of Crataegus l. Walsh, Apple Malus Mill., fotīnij., of the Ldl Photini plum Prunus l. and Rosa Rosa l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds) and the Apple tree Malus Mill. , plum Prunus genus fruit originating in non-European Eotetranych of lewis, McGregor 13 Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 15. Grapholit inopinat of the Heinrich Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l. and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European Hishomon of phycit of 16 Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 17. Leucasp a japonica Ckll. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 18. Listronot-bonariens (Kuschel) Brassica Crucifera, Gramineae in Graminea and clover Trifolium spp. seeds originating in Argentina, Australia, Bolivia, Chile, New Zealand or Uruguay 19. Margarod species that are not found in Europe: (a) the Vitis Margarod (Phillip) (b) vredendalens of Margarod de Klerk (c) prieskaens of the Jakubsk Margarod in the Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds 20. Numoni-pyrivorell (Matsumur) PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European Oligonych of Perdita in 21 Pritchard & Baker Juniper Juniperus genus plants except fruit originating in non-European pissodes spp. in 22. (species not found in Europe)
Coniferous Coniferales plants, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, and isolated bark of conifers Coniferales, whose country of origin is not located in Europe in citrophil of 23 Radophol Huettel Dickson & Kaplan Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds, and Kallu Aracea, arrowroot, Marantacea of the Musacea family of bananas, avocado Persea spp. and Strelitziacea in the family Strelitziaceae plants which are rooted or with growing medium 24. Saisseti nigra (Nietm.)
Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of auranti for 25 Scirtothrip Faure Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds, of the 26 Scirtothrip dorsal Hood Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 27. Scirtothrip citri (Moultex) of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds, of the 28 Mizgrauž Scolytida spp. native species (which are not found in Europe) coniferous Coniferales plants that are higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, and isolated bark of conifers Coniferales, whose country of origin is not located in Europe in quadrigibb-29 Tachypterell Says Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l. and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in the non-European Toxopter of the citricid 30, Kirk.
Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of the Del 31 Trioz erytrea Guerci of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, and Clausen's Burma. f. the plants, other than fruit and seeds of citrus in Unasp 32. Comstock Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of the EU rice Oryza spp. Aphelenchoid bessey in plants of Christie is not present (b) bacteria species infected or infested plants and plant products 1. citrus greening bacteria of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of citrus variegated 2 chloros a Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 3. Erwinia stewarti (Smith) dye corn Zea mays l. seeds 4. Xanthomonas campestris (all strains pathogenic to citrus) Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds 5. Xanthomonas campestris pv. oryzae (Ishiyam) dye and pv. oryzicol (Fang. et al.) Dye rice Oryza spp. seed (c) fungi species infected or infested plants and plant products Alternari 1-alternate (FR.) Keissler (the pathogen isolates that are not found in Europe) Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., and Apple PEAR Pyrus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), originating in non-European 1.1. Anisogramma anomala (Peck) e. Müller Hazel corylus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), originating in the United States of Canada and 2. Apiosporin morbos (Schwein.) v. Arx plum Prunus genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds 3. Atropell the spp.
Pine Pinus genus plants, other than fruit and seeds, pine bark Pinus genus bark and wood 4. Ceratocystis virescens (Davidson) Moreau-sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh. plants, other than fruit and seeds, originating in the United States or Canada,-sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh. wood including wood which has not retained its natural round surface and which originate in the United States or Canada Cercoseptori pin 5-densiflora (Hori & Nambu) Deighton pine Pinus genus plants, other than fruit and seeds, and pine Pinus genus wood 6. Cercospora angolensis Carv. & Mendes Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds 7. Kohn the camellia-Ciborini Camellia l. Camellia genus plants intended for planting (excluding seed), originating in non-European Diaporth of 8 in Vaccinium spp. vaccini Shaer plants intended for planting, other than seeds 9. of Elsino spp. Bitanc. & Jenk. Mendes Kinkān of fortunella Swingle, Poncirus Raf small Mandarin. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds, and citrus citrus genus l. and their hybrids, other than seeds and fruit (other than Citrus reticulata Blanco and Citrus sinensis (l.) Osbeck fruits), originating in South America is located 10. of Fusarium oxyspor f. sp. albedin (Kilian & Maire) Gordon Dateļpalm Phoenix spp. plants, other than fruit and seeds 11. Guignardia citricarpa Kiely (all strains pathogenic to citrus) Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds 12. Guignardia piricol (Off) Yamamoto Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l. and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European pittierian of Puccini's 13 Hennings Solanaceae plants of Solanaceae, other than fruit and seeds 14. Scirrhi-acicol (Dearn.) Sigger pine Pinus genus plants, other than fruit and seeds 15. Venturia nashicol Tanaka & Yamamoto PEAR Pyrus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), originating in non-European (d) viruses and virus-like organisms species infected or infested plants and plant products of beet curly top 1 virus (isolate, not found in Europe) the usual beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants , other than seeds 2. Black raspberry latent virus BlackBerry Rubus genus plants intended for planting 3. Bligh and bligh-like Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of Cadang-Cadang viroid 4 Palm-palmae plants intended for planting of a family (except the seeds), originating in non-European 5. Cherry leafroll virus * BlackBerry Rubus l. intended for planting plants of the genus 6. Citrus mosaic virus Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 7. Citrus tristeza virus (isolate, not found in Europe) Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 7. a Citrus Lepros citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 9. little cherry pathogen (isolate, not found in Europe), Prunus cerasus l., Prunus Avium l., Prunus incis Thunb., Prunus sargenti of in the Prunus serrul, Rehda Franch., Prunus serrulat Lindl., Prunus specios of (Koidz.) Ingram, Prunus subhirtell Miq., Prunus yedoens of a Missionary. plants intended for planting, the hybrids and cultivars, other than seeds 10. Naturally spreading psoros by Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 11. Palm lethal yellowing of Palm family palmae, intended for planting plants (excluding seed), originating in non-European 12. Prunus necrotic ringsp a virus ** BlackBerry Rubus l. intended for planting plants of the genus 13. Satsuma dwarf virus Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 14. Citrus Tatter leaf virus in citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 15. Witch's broom (ML) Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds in BlackBerry Rubus l. in plants of the genus Cherry leafroll virus is not present in the community of BlackBerry Rubus l. in plants of the genus Prunus necrotic ringsp a virus is not present in chapter II of the plant quarantine organisms occurring in Latvia and other Member States of the European Union and is dangerous throughout the European Union (a) insects, mites and nematodes, at any stage of development of the species infected or infested plants and plant products Aphelenchoid 1 of the bessey Christie Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds 2. Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch) Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds 3. Ditylench in the destructor Thorne of Crocus crocus l., gladiolus Tourn gladiolus. ex l. punduršķirņ and genus hybrids, such as gladiolus callianthus Marais, gladiolus colvillei sweet, gladiolus nanus Hort., gladiolus ramosus Hort., gladiolus tubergenii Hort., hyacinth Hyacinths l., skalbj l., tigrīdij is the Trigridi of the Just, Tulip Tulipa l. genus for planting onions and corms, and plants intended for planting potatoes (Solanum tuberosum l.) tubers of dipsac Ditylench 4 (Kühn) Filipjev shallot onion Allium ascalonicum l., Garden onion Allium CEPA l. and chives-Allium schoenoprasum l. intended for planting seeds and bulbs , leek Allium porrum l. intended for planting plants of Camassia Lindl., kamasij hionodokš of chionodoxa, crocus Bois.-crocus Flavus Weston ' Golden Yellow ', Galanthus l., sniegpulkstenīš of the Galtoni of the candican galtonij (Baker), hyacinth Hyacinths Decn l., ismeņ of the Herbert, muskar Ismen of Muscari Miller, narcissus narcissus l., baltstarīš l., puškīnij of the Ornithogal of the zilsniedzīš of puschkinia Adams, Scilla l., Tulipa l. genus Tulip planting bulbs and corms intended and Lucerne in Medicago sativa l. seeds 5. Circulifer haematocep of Citrus citrus l. , kinkān of fortunella Swingle, Poncirus Raf small Mandarin. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 6. Circulifer tenell of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds of the Eotetranych 6.1 orientalis Klein Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 7. Radophol are similar (Cobb) Thorne Kallu, Marantacea of arrowroot Aracea, banana-Musacea family, avocado Persea spp. and Strelitziacea in the family Strelitziaceae, rooted or with growing medium 8. Of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard), Cut flowers, celery Apium graveolens l. leaf vegetables and plants species plants intended for planting, other than corms, bulbs:--,-grasses of plants, Graminea-rhizomes, seeds 9-liriomyza trifolii (Burgess), Cut flowers, celery Apium graveolens l. plants and planting for grasses except:-onions-corms,-the family Gramineae plants Graminea-rhizomes -seed (b) Bacteria species infected or infested plants and plant products 1. Clavibacter michiganensis spp. insidios (McCulloch) Davis et al. in Lucerne in Medicago sativa l. seeds 2. Clavibacter michiganensis spp. michiganensis (Smith) Davis et al. in tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) plants intended for planting 3. Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Med., Lindl., klinteņ of the Cotoneaster Ehrh., Crataegus l., vilkābeļ-Quince Cydonia Mill., Eriobotry Lindl., eriobotrij of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 4. Erwinia Chrysanthemi pv. dianthicol (Hellmer) Dickey Carnation Dianthus l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 5. Pseudomonas caryophyll (Burkholder) Starr Burkholder Carnation Dianthus & genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 6. Pseudomonas syringa pv.» persica (Prunier et al.) Young et al. peach Prunus persica (l.) Batsch and Nectarine Prunus persica. not ctarin (AIT.) plants intended for planting, other than seeds 7. Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseolus (Smith) dye bean Phaseolus genus seeds 8. Xanthomonas campestris pv. (Smith) dye Prunus plum Prunus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 9. Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria (Doidge) dye tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) and bell pepper Capsicum spp. plants intended for planting 10. Xanthomonas fragariae Kennedy & King Strawberry Fragaria l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 11. ampelin xylophilus (Panagopoulo) of Willems et al. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds (c) fungi species infected or infested plants and plant products 1. Ceratocystis spp. (f) fimbriat. Sycamore Platanus Platanus l., Walter l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds, and Sycamore Platanus genus timber and wood which has not retained its natural round surface 2. Colletotrichum acutat of Simmonds of Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 3. Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) Barr chestnut castanea Mill., and the oak genus Quercus l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), wood and peeled chestnut genus castanea Mill. bark of ligulicol (4. Didymell Baker Dimock, Davis) v. Arx & Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 5. Phialophor-cinerescen (Wollenweber) van Beym a Carnation Dianthus l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 6. Phoma tracheiphil (Petri) kanchaveli & Gikashvil Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than seeds 7. Phytophthora fragariae Hickmann var. fragariae on Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 8. Plasmopar-halstedi (Farlow) Berl. de Toni & summer sunflower Helianthus annuus l. seeds of the 9 Puccini horian Hennings Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 10. Scirrhi pin the Funk pine Pinus & Parker genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 11. Verticillium-atr album of hops Humulus Reink & Berthold to lupul l. plants intended for planting, other than seeds 12. Verticillium dahlia Klebahn hop Humulus in the lupul l. plants intended for planting, other than seeds (d) viruses and virus-like organisms species infected or infested plants and plant products 1. Arabis mosaic virus Strawberry Fragaria l. and Rubus BlackBerry genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds 2. Beet leaf curl virus conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants, other than seeds 3. Chrysanthemum Chrysanthemum stunt viroid of Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 4. Citrus tristeza virus (European isolates) of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 5. Citrus vein enation woody gall Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 6. Grapevine flavescence Dorée MLO Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds 7. Prunus pox virus plum Prunus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 8. Potato stolbur Mycoplasma solanacea Solanaceae family plants intended for planting, other than seeds 9. Raspberry ringsp a virus Strawberry Fragaria l. and Rubus BlackBerry genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds 10. Spiroplasm citrus in the et al. Sagli Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds 11. Strawberry out virus Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 12. Strawberry latent virus ringsp a strawberry Fragaria l. and Rubus BlackBerry genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 13. Strawberry mild yellow edge virus Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds 14. Tomato black ring virus Strawberry Fragaria l. and Rubus BlackBerry genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds 15. Tomato spotted wilt virus celery Apium graveolens l., paprika Capsicum annuum l. cucumber, Cucumis Melo l., chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. the genus of plants of the genus sprigaņ Impatiens New Guinea hybrids of all varieties of lettuce, lactuca sativa l., Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. tomatoes (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.), the tobacco of Nicotian tabaci l., if there is evidence that they are intended for sale to professional tobacco producers. Eggplant Solanum melongena l., potato Solanum tuberosum L. plants intended for planting, other than seeds of tomato yellow leaf curl 16 virus tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) plants intended for planting, other than seeds of the plant part B quarantine organisms, which banned imported from third countries and distribute certain protected zones if Infected or infested with them certain plants or plant products (a) insects, mites and nematodes, at any stage of development of the species infected or infested plants and plant products Protected zone (s) (s) (1). Anthonom of the grandis (Boh.)
Cotton Gossypium spp. seeds and fruits (bolls) and crude cotton, Greece, Spain (Andalucia, Catalonia, Extremadura, Murcia, Valencia) 2. Cephalci-lariciphil (Klug) larch Larix Mill. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey), Dendroctonus micans Kugelan 3. Baltegļ Mill., Abies of larch Larix Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces, pine Pinus l. and Pseudotsuga Carr., of the Douglas the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers of Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey) 4. Gilphini of hercynia (Hartig) Spruce Picea a. Dietr. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey) 5. Gonipterus scutellatus Gyll.
Eucalyptus eucalyptus l ' Heri. the genus of plants, other than fruit and seeds Greece, France (Azores) 6. (a) Ip amitinus Eichhof-Baltegļ Mill., Abies Mill., Larix larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers of Greece, France (Corsica), Ireland, the United Kingdom (b) IPS Baltegļ to both the Heer cembra Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr. ' of the Douglas and the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers of Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) (c) of the Baltegļ of the Ip Both in the duplicate Sahlberg Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers of Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (d) IPS are Baltegļ both in sexdentat Börner Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers in Ireland, Cyprus, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) (e) of the Baltegļ of the Ip Both in the typograph Heer Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr. ' of the Douglas and the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds, wood of conifers Coniferales with bark, isolated bark of conifers in Ireland, the United Kingdom of the mangifera Fabrici Sternochet 9-mango Mangifera spp. seeds originating from third countries Spain (Granada and Malaga), Portugal (Alentejo, Algarve and Madeira) 10. Thaumetope pityocampa (den. & Schiff.)
Pine Pinus genus plants intended for planting, other than fruit and seeds Spain (Ibiza) (b) bacteria species infected or infested plants and plant products Protected zone (s) (s) (1). flaccumfacien pv curtobacterium. flaccumfacien (Hedges) Collins & Jones bean Phaseolus Vulgaris l. and dolichos Jacq lobby. Greece, Spain, Portugal, seed 2. Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. Bun, of Amelanchier Med. krūmcidonij Chaenomel Lindl., klinteņ of the Cotoneaster Ehrh., Crataegus l., vilkābeļ-Quince Cydonia Mill., Eriobotry Lindl., eriobotrij of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus of plants intended for planting, other than fruit, seeds and plants, but including live pollen for pollination of Spain, Estonia, France (Corsica), Ireland, Italy (Abruzzi; Apulia; Basilicata; Calabria; Campania; Emilia-Romagna: Forlí-Cesena, Parma, Piacenza and Rimini provinces; Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Lazio; Liguria; In Lombardy; Marche; Molise; Piedmont; Sardinia; Sicily; Trentino-Alto Adige: autonomous province of Trento; Tuscany; Umbria; Valle d'Aosta; Veneto: except in Rovigo, Rovigo province, Polesell, Villamarzan, Polesin, San-Bellin Fratt, Badia Polesin, Trecent, Cenesell, Pontecchi, Polesin Polesin of Arquà, Costa di Rovigo, occhiobello, Lendinar, Canda, Ficarol, Guard Frassinell of the Veneto, Polesin, Villanova del Ghebb, the Umbertian, the Castelguglielm Fiess, di Po, Giaccian the Bagnol con Baruchell, Bosar, Canar, Lusia, Pincar, Stient, Gaib, Salar, and the communes in the province of Padua-Castelbald, Barbon, Piacenza d ' Adige, Vescovan, s. Urban, the Boar meat Pisani In the communes, and, in the province of Verona-Palù, Roverchiar, Legnag, Castagnar, all ' Adige-Ronc, Villa Bartolomeu, Oppean, terrazzo, Isola, Angiar, Rizz commune), Latvia, Lithuania, Austria (Burgenland, Niederösterreich, Carinthi, Tirol (administrative district Lienz), Styria, Vienna), Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, the Channel Islands) (c) fungi species infected or infested plants and plant products (s) Protected zone (s) 01. Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill.) Barr.
-Chestnut castanea Mill., excluding wood wood without bark, Chestnut bark-Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece (Crete, Lesbos Island), Ireland, Sweden, United Kingdom (except Isle of man) Glomerell of Gossypium of Edgerton 1 cotton Gossypium spp. seeds and fruits (bolls) of Greece Gremmeniell 2 abietin (Lag.) The Baltegļ both in Morele Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr. ' of the Douglas and genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 3. mammat Hypoxylon (Wahl.) J. Miller Aspen Populus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) (d) viruses and virus-like organisms species infected or infested plants and plant products Protected zone (s) (s) (1). Citrus tristeza virus (European isolates) of Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits with leaves and peduncles Greece, France (Corsica), Malta, Portugal ' 27. Annex 5 shall be expressed by the following: "5. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, Regulation No 218 of the plants, plant products and put them in contact with objects that are prohibited to be imported into Latvia or another Member State of the European Union (A) plants, plant products and put them in contact with objects that are prohibited to be imported into Latvia or another Member State of the European Union of plant , plant products and contact with them came an description of the country of origin of the two Baltegļ to 1 Mill., Cedrus Trew of cedar, Cypress, plants of Chamaecyparis Spach, Juniperus l. Juniper, larch Larix Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces, pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr., Douglas of the and the hemlokegļ of Tsug Carr. the genus of plants, other than fruit and seeds, which are not located in Europe 2. Castanea Mill., and chestnut oak Quercus genus plants with leaves, other than fruit and seeds, which are not located in Europe 3. Aspen Populus genus plants with leaves, other than fruit and seeds North American countries 5. Peeled chestnut genus castanea Mill. bark third countries 6. Peeled oak Quercus genus bark except the Cork oak Quercus suber l. Peel North American countries 7. Peeled sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh. the bark of the North American countries 8. Peeled Aspen Populus genus bark of the American continent countries 9th of the Ldl., Krūmcidonij Chaenomel Quince Cydonia Mill., vilkābeļ l., Crateag of Apple Malus Mill., Prunus l., plum-PEAR Pyrus l. and rose genus Rosa l. plants intended for planting, other than the plants rest position without the leaves, flowers and fruit in countries that are not in Europe of the Ldl Photini Fotīnij 9.1. genus plants intended for planting except the plants rest position without the leaves, flowers and fruits, People's Republic of China, Japan, South Korea, United States, North Korea 10. potato Solanum tuberosum l., seed potatoes tubers in third countries other than Switzerland 11. genus solanacea Solanum l. and tuber heel-forming species plants intended for planting, and their hybrids, other than this part of the annex referred to in point 10 of potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers third countries 12. genus solanacea Solanum l. tubers of species and their hybrids except for this part of the annex, paragraph 10 and 11 above and without prejudice to the particular requirements which apply these provisions in part A of annex 4 referred to in chapter I of the Potato tubers, third countries (other than Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco, Syria, Switzerland, Tunisia, Turkey) and in third countries, which are located in Europe and by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure recognised that they are free of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al., or that comply with regulations in accordance with the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure are recognised as equivalent to the provisions of the European Union for Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al. fighting 13. Solanaceae family Solanaceae intended for planting plants (excluding seed) and part A of this annex 10, 11 and 12 above plants in third countries, other than European and Mediterranean countries 14. Soil and soil substrate, which consists in whole or in part of soil or solid organic parts, such as plant debris, humus, and peat or bark except clean peat Turkey, Belarus, Moldova, Russia, Ukraine and third countries that are not on the European continent except Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia 15. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruits third countries 16. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds third countries 17. Dateļpalm Phoenix spp. plants, other than fruit and seeds Algeria, Morocco 18. plants intended for planting the Quince Cydonia Mill., Malus Mill., Apple plum Prunus l., PEAR Pyrus l. and their hybrids genus and strawberry Fragaria genus plants, other than seeds without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to this annex referred to in paragraph 9, in the case in countries that are not located in Europe, other than Mediterranean countries, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, the United States mainland, 19 the land. the family Gramineae intended for planting Graminaca plants (excluding seed) and perennial ornamental Bambusoidea of antelope of the medicinal product , Panicoidea of plants and the Lag, Boutelou Buchlo., Calamagrost, Cortaderi, Glyceri R the Stapf., Hakonechlo Br. Mack. ex Honda, Hystrix, Molinia, phalaris l., Shibatae, Spartina Schreb., l. Stipe, of the genus Uniol in third countries, other than European and Mediterranean countries part B plants, plant products and put them in contact with objects that are prohibited to import certain protected zones of the plants, plant products and contact with them in the object description (s) of the Protected area (s) of 1. Without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to this annex 9. 9.1. paragraph 18, and plants mentioned in the case of currants Amelanchier Med., krūmcidonij Lindl., vilkābeļ of the Chaenomel of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree genus of plants and pollen pollination for life, other than fruit and seeds, originating from third countries (other than Switzerland and the countries which according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, it is recognised that they are free of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or locations that are free of the harmful organism Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. and in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures recognised as such according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure) Spain, Estonia, France (Corsica), Ireland, Italy (Abruzzi; Apulia; Basilicata; Calabria; Campania; Emilia-Romagna: Forlí-Cesena, Parma, Piacenza and Rimini province; Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Lazio; Liguria; In Lombardy; Marche; Molise; Piedmont; Sardinia; Sicily; Trentino-Alto Adige: autonomous province of Trento; Tuscany; Umbria; Valle d'Aosta; Veneto: except in Rovigo, Rovigo province, Polesell, Villamarzan, Polesin, San-Bellin Fratt, Badia Polesin, Trecent, Cenesell, Pontecchi, Polesin Polesin of Arquà, Costa di Rovigo, occhiobello, Lendinar, Canda, Ficarol, Guard Frassinell of the Veneto, Polesin, Villanova del Ghebb, the Umbertian, the Castelguglielm Fiess, di Po, Giaccian the Bagnol con Baruchell, Bosar, Canar, Lusia, Pincar, Stient, Gaib, Salar, and the communes in the province of Padua-Castelbald, Barbon, Piacenza d ' Adige, Vescovan, s. Urban, the Boar meat Pisani In the communes, and, in the province of Verona-Palù, Roverchiar, Legnag, Castagnar, the Ronc all ' Adige, Villa Bartolomeu, Oppean, terrazzo, Isola, Angiar, Rizz commune), Latvia, Lithuania, Austria (Burgenland, Niederösterreich, Carinthi, Tirol (administrative district Lienz), Styria, Vienna), Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, the Channel Islands) 2. Without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to this annex, part A, 9, 9.1 and 18 plants, referred to in the case of klinteņ Cotoneaster Ehrh. fotīnij of the genus and David's a davidian Photini (Dcn.) Card of plants (other than fruit and seeds) and live pollen for pollination, originating from third countries other than the countries which according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, it is recognised that they are free of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or locations that are free of the harmful organism Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. and recognised as such in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures, in accordance with the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure Estonia, Spain, France (Corsica), Ireland, Italy (Abruzzi; Apulia; Basilicata; Calabria; Campania; Emilia-Romagna: Forlí-Cesena, Parma, Piacenza and Rimini provinces; Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Lazio; Liguria; In Lombardy; Marche; Molise; Piedmont; Sardīni; Sicily; Trentino-Alto Adige: autonomous province of Trento; Tuscany; Umbria; Valle d'Aosta; Veneto: except in Rovigo, Rovigo province, Polesell, Villamarzan, Polesin, San-Bellin Fratt, Badia Polesin, Trecent, Cenesell, Pontecchi, Polesin Polesin of Arquà, Costa di Rovigo, occhiobello, Lendinar, Canda, Ficarol, Guard Frassinell of the Veneto, Polesin, Villanova del Ghebb, the Umbertian, the Castelguglielm Fiess, di Po, Giaccian the Bagnol con Baruchell, Bosar, Canar, Lusia, Pincar, Stient, Gaib, Salar, and the communes in the province of Padua-Castelbald, Barbon, Piacenza d ' Adige, Vescovan, s. Urban, the Boar meat Pisani In the communes, and, in the province of Verona-Palù, Roverchiar, Legnag, Castagnar, all ' Adige-Ronc, Villa Bartolomeu, Oppean, terrazzo, Isola, Angiar, Rizz commune), Latvia, Lithuania, Austria (Burgenland, Niederösterreich, Carinthi, Tirol (administrative district Lienz), Styria, Vienna), Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, the Channel Islands) "28. Annex 6 to express the following:" 6. the annex to Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, regulations no specific requirements of 218 plant , plant products and items in contact for distribution or importation in Latvia or another Member State of the European Union (A) the specific requirements that must be followed in order to introduce or spread the plants, plant products and those in contact with firms in Latvia and other Member State of the European Union, chapter I of the plants, plant products and contact with them in the articles in whose country of origin is not Latvia or another Member State of the European Union plants , plant products and contact with them on the specific requirements of articles 1.1. Coniferous Coniferales wood which is the home country of Canada, People's Republic of China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan, or the United States, including wood which has not retained its natural round surface, with the exception of the following:-tūj of wood in wood of Thuja l., in-whole or in part, from coniferous wood-based chips, particles and wood waste and scrap-wood packaging material used in various trades (boxes, crates, kabeļspol and similar materials packaging, pallets, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars)-cargo mountings or brackets, used in various trades, except cargo, wood-kalociedr Libocedr of the decurren of California in Torr., if there is evidence that the wood has been treated or processed for the production of a pencil, using heat treatment and reaching 82 ° C for at least 7-8 day period must be an official receipt that wood: a) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Wood or its packaging is marked with the marking "HT" in accordance with current commercial practice. The label indicates the phytosanitary certificate, or (b)) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate used in the fumigation, mentioning the name of the active substance, wood, the minimum temperature (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (c)) is impregnated with chemicals, under pressure according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information on impregnating specifies the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, pressure (PSI, or kPa) and concentration (%)

1.2. Fully or partially coniferous wood from Coniferales except tūj in wood of Thuja l., chippings, sawdust and wood waste and scrap, originating in Canada, the People's Republic of China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan, or United States to be an official declaration that the wood: a) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Phytosanitary certificate specifies the information on the treatment, or (b)) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h) 1.3. Tūj wood of Thuja l., originating in countries which are Canada, People's Republic of China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan or the United States, except for the following:-wood chips, sawdust and wood waste and scrap, wood packaging material-used in various trades (boxes , crates, kabeļspol and similar packing materials, palikņ, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars)-cargo mountings or supports used in various trades, except wood cargo must be an official declaration that the wood: a) is without bark or b) are artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with the label "kiln-shall" (dried camera) or "KD" or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, or c) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Wood or its packaging is marked with the marking "HT" in accordance with current commercial practice. The label indicates the phytosanitary certificate, or d) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (e)) is impregnated with chemicals, under pressure according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information on impregnating specifies the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, pressure (PSI, or kPa) and concentration (%)

1.4. Tūj in wood of Thuja l. wood-chips, sawdust and wood waste and scrap, originating in Canada, the People's Republic of China, Japan, Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan, or United States to be an official declaration that the wood: a) is obtained from the bark of logs or b) are artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature setting , or c) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (d)) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Phytosanitary certificate specifies the information concerning processing 1.5. Coniferous Coniferales wood which is the home country of Russia, Kazakhstan or Turkey, including wood which has not retained its natural round surface, with the exception of the following:-wood in whole or in part from these conifers for wood chips, particles and wood waste, or scrap-wood packaging material used in the various trades (boxes, crates, kabeļspol and similar packaging materials , pallets, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars)-cargo mountings or brackets, used in various trades, other than timber cargo must be an official declaration that: (a)) originating in the territory of wood that does not occur:-the genus refuted beyond the European species of pests,-the genus pissodes species in Europe, the home of pests-Scolytida outside the European species of pests. Wood origin indicates a phytosanitary certificate box "provenance", or b) wood is stripped of its bark, and it is not refuted the genus outside of the common pest species, with a diameter of more than 3 mm, or c) wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. The wood or on its packaging, marked with a mark "kiln-shall" (dried camera) or "KD" or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, or d) wood is heat-treated for not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. The wood or on its packaging marked with the marking "HT" in accordance with current commercial practice. The label indicates the phytosanitary certificate, or e) wood is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or f) wood is impregnated with chemicals, under pressure according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information on impregnating specifies the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, pressure (PSI, or kPa) and concentration (%)

1.6. Coniferous Coniferales wood (including wood which has not retained its natural round surface), except the following: timber-in whole or in part, from the coniferous wood-based chips, particles and wood waste and scrap-wood packaging material used in the various trades (boxes, crates, kabeļspol and similar materials packaging, pallets, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars)-cargo mountings or brackets, used in various trades that is not wood. 1.6. This annex the requirements referred to in paragraph 1 apply to the coniferous timber Coniferales (also wood which has not retained its natural round surface) whose country of origin is one of the third countries, except for:-Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey-European countries-Canada, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and the United States must have an official declaration that the wood: a) is a skin, and it is not refuted the European species of the genus outside of the pest go with a diameter greater than 3 mm, or b) are artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with the label "kiln-shall" (dried camera) or "KD" or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, or c) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (d)), the wood is impregnated with chemicals, under pressure according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information on impregnating specifies the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, pressure (PSI, or kPa) and the concentration of the substance (), or e) wood is heat-treated for not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Wood or its packaging is marked with the marking "HT" in accordance with current commercial practice. The label indicates the phytosanitary certificate 1.7., in whole or in part, from coniferous wood for Coniferales chippings, sawdust and wood waste and scrap, originating in Russia, Kazakhstan and Turkey:-a,-a country that is not located in Europe (with the exception of Canada, China, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Mexico, Taiwan and the United States) must be an official declaration that: (a)) originating in the territory of wood that does not occur:-the genus refuted beyond the European species of pests -The genus pissodes species in Europe, the home of pests-Scolytida outside the European species of pests. Wood origin indicates a phytosanitary certificate box "provenance", or b) wood is derived from peeled logs, or c) wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions, or d) wood is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or e) wood is heat-treated for not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood, the phytosanitary certificate shall indicate the information on the treatment of wood packaging material 2, which are imported from third countries (except Switzerland) and is used in various trades (boxes , crates, kabeļspol and similar material packaging, pallets, box pallets or other load boards, pallet collars), except raw wood of 6 mm thickness or less, and processed wood, used in the manufacture of which glue, heat, pressure, or a combination of wood packaging material:-must be made from debarked logs, it is suitable for one-from the food and Agriculture Organization of the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 "guidelines for wood packaging material in international trade" 1. the measures laid down in the annex -must be marked with a label that: (a)) specifies the ISO country code, a code that identifies the manufacturer, and the event code that was suitable for the wood packaging material in accordance with the food and Agriculture Organization of the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 "guidelines for wood packaging material in international trade" in annex 2. Measure code supplemented with letters "DB" (debarking) and (b)) specifies the International Plant Protection Convention logo in accordance with the food and Agriculture Organization of the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 "guidelines for wood packaging material in international trade", annex 2 If the wood packaging material is manufactured, repaired or remanufactured after March 1, 2005. This requirement until 2007 December 31 does not apply to wood packaging material made, corrected or revised to 28 February 2005. The requirement that the wood packaging material must be made from debarked logs, by 1 March 2006 2.1. Sugar Maple Acer Saccharum Marsh. wood, whose country of origin is the United States or Canada, including wood, which retained its natural round surface, with the exception of:-wood for veneer plates, chips and sawdust-wood or trimmings must be an official declaration that the wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with the label "kiln-shall" (dried camera) or "KD" or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial sugar maple 2.2 Acer Saccharum Marsh. wood, whose country of origin is the United States or Canada and intended for the manufacture of plywood sheets should be an official declaration that:-the wood origin is aware that it is not present in ceratocystis virescens (Davidson) Moreau,-wood is intended for the production of veneer sheets 3. Oak Quercus l. wood, whose country of origin is the United States, including wood which has not retained its natural round surface except for the following:-wood chips, sawdust and wood waste and scrap,-casks, barrels, vats, tubs and other coopers products and parts thereof, of wood (also barrel staves), if there is documentary proof that wood is heat-treated for at least 20 minutes 176 ° C must be an official declaration that: (a)) wood is apzāģēt to completely remove its surface, or b) wood is without Peel and the water content of the wood, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter, not exceeding 20%, or c) wood is stripped of its bark and disinfected, treating it with hot air or hot water, or, (d)) if they are sawn with or without bark residues, wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with a mark "kiln-shall" or "KD" (dried in the camera), or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practices 6. Sycamore Platanus l. wood, which is the home country of the United States or Armenia, including wood which has not retained its natural round surface, with the exception of wood chips, sawdust and wood waste and trimmings should be an official declaration that the wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content , expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with a mark "kiln-shall" or "KD" (dried in the camera), or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practices 6. Aspen Populus l. wood, whose country of origin is located in the American continent, including wood which has not retained its natural round surface, except for the following:-wood chips, sawdust and wood waste and scrap should be an official declaration that the wood: a) is peeled or b) are artificially dried to 20% moisture content expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with a mark "kiln-shall" or "KD" (dried in the camera), or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial wood chips 7.1, chips and wood waste and scrap, which is wholly or partly derived from:-sugar maple Acer Saccharum Marsh., originating in the United States or Canada, the Sycamore-Platanus l., originating in the United States or Armenia -over Populus l., originating in the American continent to be an official declaration that the wood: a) derived from the peeled logs or b) are artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions, or c) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood, the dosage (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (d)) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Phytosanitary certificate specifies the information on the treatment of wood chips, 7.2 sawdust and wood waste, or scrap, originating in the United States and which is wholly or partly derived from oak Quercus l. must be an official declaration that the wood: a) is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature setting or (b)) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (c)) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Phytosanitary certificate information on the processing of Coniferales 7.3 Spruce Bark, which is not the country of origin in Europe must be an official declaration that the bark: a) is fumigēt according to the specifications approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood, the dosage (g/m3) and exposure time (h), or (b)) is cooked not less than 30 minutes, reaching at least 56 ° C inside the wood. Phytosanitary certificate information on the processing of timber cargo 8 mounts or balsto (one that is not stored in its natural round surface) which are imported from third countries other than Switzerland, and used in various trades, other than timber cargo, except for the following: wood-raw wood whose thickness is 6 mm and the less-processed wood which used in the manufacture of glue, heat, pressure, or a combination of wood, it must be (a) obtained from the peeled logs) and:-it is the appropriate one from the food and Agriculture Organization of the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 "guidelines for wood packaging material in international trade" 1. measures laid down in the annex,-it is marked with a label indicating the ISO code of the country, a code that identifies the manufacturer, and the event code that was suitable for the wood packaging material in accordance with the food and Agriculture Organization of the International Plant Protection Convention, the international standard for phytosanitary measures no. 15 "guidelines for wood packaging material in international trade". attachment. Measure code supplemented with letters "DB" (debarking) or until 2007 December 31: b) made of wood that is free of bark, the wood is not infested with pests, and has no signs of live pests. The requirement that the wood packaging material must be made from debarked logs, by 1 March 2006 8.1. Coniferous Coniferales plants (other than fruit and seeds), originating in non-European, without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 1 of the plants, the case must be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery and was not present at the place of production pissodes spp. (species not found in Europe) 8.2. Coniferous Coniferales plants that are higher than 3 m (other than fruit and seeds), originating in non-European, without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 1 and annex I of this chapter referred to in point 8.1 of the plants, the case must be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery and not present at the place of production of Scolytida spp. (species not found in Europe)

9. Pine Pinus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1 of this annex, Chapter 8.1 and 8.2 above plants must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings of acicol Scirrhi have been observed (Dearn.) Sigger or pin the Funk Scirrhi & Parker symptoms two to 10 Baltegļ Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr., Douglas of the and the hemlokegļ of Tsug Carr. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1 of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., or listed in paragraph 9, the case must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen the symptoms of Melampsor medusa Thümen 11.01. Oak Quercus l. plant without leaves originating in the United States, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 2 of the plants, to be an official statement that plants originate in areas for which it is known that there are free of ceratocystis fagacearum (Bretz) hunt 11.1. Chestnut castanea Mill., and Quercus l. oak plants (other than fruit and seeds) pages, which is not in the country of origin, without prejudice to the requirements in Europe applicable to the plants listed in this provision of the annex 3, part A, point 2 of this annex, determined in paragraph 11.01, must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings of Cronarti have been observed symptoms 11.2. Chestnut castanea Mill., and oak Quercus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 2 of part A of this annex and chapter I, paragraph 11.1 of the plants must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territory of Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) Barr, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings have been observed of Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) Barr symptoms 11.3. Hazel corylus l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), originating in Canada or United States to be an official statement that the plants are grown in a nursery and (a) the area of origin of izvedējvalst) of the plant protection service in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined by the area in which is not present in anisogramma anomala (Peck) e. Müller, and that a phytosanitary certificate is specified in the column "additional declaration") or (b) they originate at the place of production, which izvedējvalst plant protection service in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined for the site, which is not present in anisogramma anomala (Peck) e. Müller on the basis of official checks at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings have made since the last three full growing seasons, and is shown on the phytosanitary certificate under "additional declaration", announcing that anisogramma anomala (Peck) e. Müller is not present 12. Sycamore Platanus l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), originating in the United States or Armenia must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings are not observed in ceratocystis fimbriat f. sp. from the Walter symptoms 13.1. Aspen Populus genus plants intended for planting, originating from third countries, other than seeds without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 3 of the plants, to be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen the symptoms of Melampsor medusa Thümen 13.2. Aspen Populus genus plants (other than fruit and seeds) where the country of origin is located in the American continent without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part A of annex 3, paragraph 3 and annex I of part A of this chapter 13.1. plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings have been observed in the Mycosphaerell of g. e. Thompson populor symptoms 14. Elm Ulmus l., intended for planting plants of the genus (excluding seeds) country of origin of which is situated in North America must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen does not cross the Mycoplasma phlö Elma symptoms of Chaenomel of Krūmcidonij 15, vilkābeļ Lindl of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., Prunus l., plum and PEAR Pyrus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), originating in non-European, without prejudice to the prohibitions applying this provision of section A of annex 3, paragraph 18, and part B of the annex referred to in paragraph 1, the case must be an official declaration that:-it is known that plants in the country of origin is not present in the fructicol Monilini (Winter) Honey, or-according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has acknowledged that plant is not present in the fructicol Monilini (Winter) Honey and, since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation have been observed at the place of production of the fructicol Monilini (Winter) Honey symptoms 16. From 15 February to 30 September-plum Prunus genus fruit originating in non-European to be an official declaration that:-it is known that in the country of origin of the fruit is not present in the fructicol Monilini (Winter) Honey, or-according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has been recognized that fruit is not present in the territory of origin in the fructicol Monilini (Winter) Honey, or-prior to discharge and/or export fruits according to the tested and treated to ensure that the fruit is not infected with Monilini spp.

16.1. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits, originating from third countries are the fruit stalk and leaves, and those on the packaging affixed according to origin marking 16.2. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits, originating from third countries without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (A) of this annex, chapter I, of 16.1, 16.3 16.4 16.5 min in and the selected fruits, must be an official declaration that: (a)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has recognised that the country of origin of the fruit from Xanthomonas campestris (all strains pathogenic to citrus) or (b)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, it is recognised that the fruit is not the origin of Xanthomonas campestris (all strains pathogenic to citrus), and it is specified in the related phytosanitary certificate, or (c) either-according to official control and inspection regime since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in the field and the area around it are observed in Xanthomonas campestris (all strains pathogenic to citrus) symptoms and none of the breeding-field harvested fruits is not observed in Xanthomonas campestris (all strains pathogenic to citrus), and-fruit is processed, such as sodium ortofenilfenāt, and is shown on the phytosanitary certificate, and-the fruit is packed in the purpose of holding territory or registered at the place of dispatch or-the system of any certification, which according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure recognized as equivalent to the requirements of this paragraph 16.3. Citrus citrus L., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits, originating from third countries without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (A) of this annex, chapter I, of 16.1, 16.2 and 16.4 16.5 min in the selected fruits, must be an official declaration that: (a)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has recognised that the country of origin of the fruit are free of cercospora angolensis Carv. et Mendes or b) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, it is recognised that the fruit is not present in the territory of origin, cercospora angolensis Carv. et Mendes and is shown on the phytosanitary certificate, or (c)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in the field and the area around it are observed in cercospora angolensis Carv. et Mendes symptoms, and official inspection concerned none of the growing field of harvested fruit is not observed for symptoms of this organism 16.4. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits (except oranges citrus fruits of auranti l.), originating from third countries without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (A) of this annex, chapter I, of 16.1, 16.2 and 16.3 16.5 min in the selected fruits, must be an official declaration that: (a)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has recognised that the country of origin of the fruit are free of Guignardia citricarpa Kiely (all strains pathogenic to citrus), or (b)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, it is recognised that the fruit is not present in the territory of origin, Guignardia citricarpa Kiely (all strains pathogenic to citrus), and it is specified in the related phytosanitary certificate, or (c)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in field and its immediate surroundings not seen Guignardia citricarpa Kiely (all strains pathogenic to citrus) symptoms, and the corresponding official inspection none of the growing field of fruit harvested this organism have been observed symptoms or d) fruit growing field handled appropriately to Guignardia citricarpa Kiely (all strains pathogenic to citrus), and the official examination concerned none of the growing field of fruit harvested this organism have been observed symptoms 16.5. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, of kinkān Chinese small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits, originating from third countries, for which it is known to occur in the Tephritida family of raibspārņ species (which are not found in Europe) without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part B of annex 2 and in paragraph 3 and annex I of this part A of Chapter 16.1., 16.2 and 16.3 above fruits, must be an official declaration that the (a)) it is known that the origin of the fruit is not present in the organism, or, if this requirement is not met, b), then since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation on official inspections carried out at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings at least once a month in the last three months before the harvest, in the organism have been observed signs and official inspection concerned none of the growing fruits harvested in the field does not show signs of this organism or, if this requirement is not met, then a representative sample of c) official examination found that the fruit is not infested with the organism at any stage of its development, or, if this requirement is not enforced, d) then fruit appropriately treated by appropriate heat treatment with steam, cold or quick freezing, which effectively acts on the body and not to the detriment of fruit, but if these techniques are not available When doing chemical treatments if it allows European Union regulations of chemical substances or plant protection products in 17. Amelanchier Med., bun krūmcidonij Lindl., klinteņ of the Chaenomel of the vilkābeļ of Cotoneaster Ehrh., Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eriobotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn) Card, ugunsērkšķ the Pyracantha Roem., Pyrus l., PEAR of the Rowan tree Sorbus genus plants intended for planting , other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part A of annex 3, paragraph 9.1., 18 and those provisions of part B of annex 3 paragraph 1 of this annex, chapter I, paragraph 15 of the plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a)) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has recognised that the country of origin of the plants are free of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or (b) in the territory of plant origin), formed in accordance with the appropriate phytosanitary measures international standards and recognized as such by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, is not present in harmful organism Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or c) in the field of cultivation and its nearby plants of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. symptoms has destroyed 18. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids (other than fruit and seeds), as well as Kallu, Marantacea of arrowroot Aracea, banana-Musacea family, avocado Persea spp. species and the plants Strelitziacea Strelitziaceae, rooted or with growing medium without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 16 of the plants, at these attractive case to be an official declaration that: (a)) that the plant is known in the country of origin is not known to occur in the Radophol of citrophil and Radophol to Huettel et al. similar (Cobb) Thorne, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in the soil and take the place of roots representative samples is not formally tested at least matoloģisk for the citrophil of Radophol et al. and Huettel Radophol are similar (Cobb) Thorne, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms 19.1. Vilkābeļ of the genus Crataegus l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), for which the country of origin is known to occur Phyllostict solitaria Ell. & Ev.
Without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 9 of this annex, chapter 15 and 17 plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production plants have been observed Phyllostict solitaria Ell. & Ev. symptoms of 19.2. Quince Cydonia Mill., Fragaria l., strawberry Apple Malus Mill., Prunus l., plum-PEAR Pyrus l., Ribes l., redcurrant, BlackBerry Rubus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), for which the country of origin is known to occur in the following harmful organisms:-Strawberry Fragaria genus plants:-the Phytophtor fragariae Hickman, can. fragaria, Arabis mosaic virus-,-Raspberry ringsp a virus-Strawberry out virus-Strawberry latent virus, the ringsp-Strawberry mild yellow edge virus-Tomato black ring, above, Xanthomonas fragariae Kennedy et-King-the Apple genus Malus Mill.:-Phyllostict solitaria Ell.,-Eva & plum Prunus genus: Mycoplasma, a chlorotic leafroll-Apric-Xanthomonas campestris pv. Prunus (Smith) dye,-Prunus persica (l.) Batsch plants: Pseudomonas syringa pv-.- persica (Prunier et al.) Young et al.,-PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants:-Phyllostict solitaria Ell.,-Eva & BlackBerry Rubus genus: Arabis mosaic virus-,-Raspberry ringsp a virus-Strawberry latent virus, the ringsp-Tomato black ring virus-all species of plants: viruses or virus-like organisms that are not found in Europe without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 9 and 18 and that of part A of annex I, chapter 15 and 17 plants referred to in paragraph must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production plants have been observed by the harmful organism concerned disease symptoms caused by 20. Quince Cydonia Mill., and PEAR Pyrus l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), for which the country of origin for certain that there are present in the Mycoplasma declin Pear without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 9 and 18 and that of part A of annex I, chapter 15. 17. in paragraph 19.2 and plants must be an official declaration that the past vegetation period of three full time place of production and the area around the plant, which produces symptoms of the suspected infections by Mycoplasma is a declin Pear destroyed 21.1. Strawberry Fragaria l. intended for planting plants of the genus (except the seeds), for which the country of origin known to the plants of the genera are found in the following harmful organisms:-Strawberry latent ' C ' virus Strawberry vein banding virus-a-witch's broom, Strawberry ' Mycoplasma without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part A of annex 3, paragraph 18, and part A of this annex, chapter I, paragraph 19.2 of plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) plants (other than those grown from seed) is:-either officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and officially tested on this point at least, harmful organisms listed in using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests are not found in the relevant harmful organisms,-or-get directly from the material kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last three full growing seasons during the officially tested at least for harmful organisms using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms, (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen the relevant harmful organism disease symptoms caused by 21.2. Strawberry Fragaria Genus plants intended for planting (excluding seed), for which the country of origin known to occur there, bessey Christie of Aphelenchoid without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part A of annex 3, paragraph 18, and part A of this annex, chapter I of 19.2 and 21.1 in paragraph plants must be an official declaration that: (a)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production of the Aphelenchoid has been observed in bessey Christie signs or (b)) raising of plants in tissue culture, they are derived from plants that meet the "a" in these requirements, or are officially tested by appropriate methods of matoloģisk not, and are not found in the Aphelenchoid of the bessey Christie 21.3. Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions applicable to the provision of part A of annex 3, paragraph 18, and part A of this annex, chapter I of 19.2. 21.1 and 21.2, referred to in paragraph plants must be the formal declaration that it is known that the plant is not present in the Anthonom and Anthonom of signatus Says bisignifer (Schenkling) 22.1. Apple genus Malus Mill. plants intended for planting (excluding seed), for which the country of origin known to the Apple genus Malus Mill. plants are found in the following harmful organisms:-Cherry raspi leaf virus (American)-tomato ringsp the above are without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 9 and 18, annex 3 paragraph 1 of part B and part A of annex I to this chapter 15., 17., and plants mentioned in paragraph 19.2 shall be an official declaration that a) plants are:-either officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate circumstances and at least officially tested for harmful organisms using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms or-obtain directly from the material kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last three growing seasons during the officially tested at least in relation to the harmful organisms using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms, (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen the relevant harmful organism disease symptoms caused by 22.2. Apple Malus Mill. the genus plants intended for planting (excluding seed), for which the country of origin that it appears Apple proliferation Mycoplasma without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 9 and 18, point 1 of part B and part A of annex I to this chapter 15., 17., 19.2 and 22.1 in paragraph plants must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the Apple proliferation Mycoplasma or (b)) aa) plants (other than those grown from seed) is:-either officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least for Apple proliferation Mycoplasma, using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found this harmful organism, or-derived directly from material which is kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last six full during the vegetation period officially tested at least for Apple proliferation Mycoplasma using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found this harmful organism, bb) since the last three full growing seasons start plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen Apple proliferation disease symptoms caused by Mycoplasma 23.1. such a plum Prunus l. intended for planting of species of the genus plants (excluding seed), for which the country of origin known to have present Prunus pox virus Prunus amygdalus Batsch:-a,-Prunus armeniaca l., Prunus blireian Andre-,-Prunus brigantin Villa,-Prunus cerasifer Ehrh., a-cisten Hansen-Prunus, Prunus curdic Fenzl of the Fritsch,-& Prunus domestica SSP. domestica l.,-Prunus domestica SSP. insititia (l.) C.K. Schneid.,-Prunus domestica SSP. Italica (Borkh.) Heg.,-Prunus glandulos Thunb., Prunus the-,-holoserice-Batal Prunus hortulan-Bailey-Prunus japonica Thunb,.,-Prunus mandshuric (Maxim.) Koehn,-Prunus maritima Marsh.,-Prunus Sieb., the US Marc &-Prunus nigra AIT.,-Prunus persica (l.) Batsch Prunus salicina,-L,-Prunus sibiric l., Prunus simoni in the Carr-,-Prunus spinosa l., Prunus tomentosa Thunb.-,-Prunus trilob Lindl.,-the other plum Prunus l. susceptible species of the genus Prunus virus against pox, without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 9 and 18 and annex I of this section 15 and paragraph 19.2. plants must be an official declaration that the : a) plants (other than those grown from seed) is:-either officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least for Prunus pox virus using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found this harmful organism, or-derived directly from material which is kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last three full growing seasons during the officially tested for Prunus pox virus using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found this harmful organism, (b)) since the last three full growing seasons start plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen Prunus virus-pox disease symptoms, c) at the place of production plants with viruses or virus-like pathogen induced illness symptoms are destroyed 23.2. Plum Prunus genus plants intended for planting : (a) for which the country of origin known to Plum Prunus genus plants occur the relevant harmful organisms, and (b) (excluding seed), for which the country of origin known to occur the relevant harmful organisms, (c) (excluding seed), originating in non-European, and known that it occur the relevant harmful organisms: the "a" in the case referred to in subparagraph:-tomato ringsp virus, a "b" in the case referred to in subparagraph :-Cherry raspi leaf virus (American)-Peach mosaic virus (American)-Peach phony rickettsi, Rosetta is Mycoplasma, Peach-Peach yellow in the Mycoplasma-,-Prunus line pattern virus (American)-Peach X-disease Mycoplasma, "c", in the case referred to in subparagraph:-little cherry pathogen without prejudice to the provisions applicable in the case of those provisions of part A of annex 3, 9 and 18 of part A of this annex or chapter 15, 19.2 and 14.4 plants referred to in paragraph must be an official declaration that: (a)) the plants are:-officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least in relation to the harmful organisms using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests are not found in the relevant harmful organisms,-or-get directly from the material kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last three growing seasons during the officially tested for harmful organisms listed using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms, (b)) since the last three full growing seasons start plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen the relevant harmful organism disease symptoms caused by 24. Blackberry Rubus l. intended for planting plants of the genus: (a) for which the country of origin known to BlackBerry Rubus genus plants occur the relevant harmful organisms (b) (excluding seed), for which the country of origin known to occur the relevant harmful organisms: the "a" in the case referred to in subparagraph:-tomato ringsp the above-Black raspberry latent virus, leafroll virus,-Cherry-Prunus necrotic ringsp above, the "b" in the case referred to in subparagraph:-Raspberry leaf curl virus (American)-Cherry raspi leaf virus (American) without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 19.2 of the plants: (a) the plants have been detected in aphids) or their eggs , b) be an official declaration that: aa) the plants are:-either officially certified under a certification scheme that ensures that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least in relation to the harmful organisms using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms or-obtain directly from the material kept under appropriate conditions and at least once in the last three growing seasons during the officially tested, at least in relation to harmful organisms listed using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods, and these tests have not found these harmful organisms, bb) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen the relevant harmful organism disease symptoms caused by 25.1. potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers, for which the country of origin is known to occur in Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival is known not to occur without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of annex 3, part A, 10. , 11 and 12 plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the tuber is not present the origin of Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival (all races except 1. race, i.e. the normal European race) and since the beginning of the period and place of production and the area around it are observed in Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival symptoms, or (b)) the country of origin fulfil the rules according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure are recognised as equivalent to the provisions of the European Union concerning Synchytrium endobioticum ( Combating Schilbersky) Percival 25.2. potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers without prejudice to the provisions of annex 3, part A, 10, 11 and 12 and annex I of this section 25.1. the provisions referred to in paragraph 1, must be an official declaration that a) it is known that the tubers originate in areas not present Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al., or (b)) the country of origin fulfil the rules according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure are recognised as equivalent to the provisions of the European Union in respect of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al. eradication of 25.3. potato Solanum tuberosum L. tubers other than early potatoes, for which the country of origin that can occur in tuber viroid potato 3 without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of the 10, 11 and 12 and annex I of this section 25.1 and referred to in paragraph 25.2 of tubers must suppress their germination 25.4. potato Solanum tuberosum l., intended for planting tubers without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of the 10, 11 and 12 and annex I part A of this chapter, 25.2 and 25.3 25.1.. the requirements referred to in paragraph, must be an official statement that the tubers are known not to occur in the field of origin of Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber) Behrens and Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens and aa) either it is known that the tuber is not present in the territory of origin Pseudoman solanacearum (Smith) Smith or bb) in the territory are known to occur in Pseudoman solanacearum (Smith) Smith, the tuber at the place of production is not found or it is considered that the place of production is not infected with Pseudoman solanacearum (Smith) Smith, or considered that the place of production is not infected by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure by introducing appropriate procedures Pseudoman solanacearum (Smith) Smith, and cc) are either known that the tuber is not present in the territory of origin in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) or Meloidogyne fallax Karssen, and dd) it is known that the tubers originate in areas are found in the Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen,-tubers grown where, on the basis of the host culture annual surveys, conducting Visual inspections of host plants at the appropriate time, and after the harvest, the Visual inspection of tubers grown in the field, both from the outside and cut, not detected in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen signs of damage, or tuber harvesting – by those random samples and removed by using the appropriate method, which stimulates the appearance of symptoms, tested for the presence of symptoms and laboratory tests, as well as the corresponding time visually examined both by viewing the tubers from the outside and cut as well as in all cases before the distribution, while potato sacks or placing containers in accordance with the laws and regulations on trade, and not solely found in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen signs of damage Solonacea of the family Solanaceae 25.5. plants intended for planting of plants (excluding seed), for which the country of origin is known to occur in potato stolbur Mycoplasma without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 10. , 11, and 12. 13. in point I of this annex, chapter 25.2, 25.3, 25.1 and 25.4. tubers, mentioned in paragraph must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing plants in place of potato stolbur have been observed symptoms of Mycoplasma Solonacea of the family Solanaceae 15.9. plants intended for planting of plants (except potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers and tomato Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw. the seeds), for which the country of origin for certain that it is present in the tuber viroid potato 3 without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 11, 13 and this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 15.8 of the plants, the case must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production plants have been observed 3 tuber of potato viroid symptoms 25.7. Bell Pepper Capsicum annuum l. tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill, (syn. Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.), banana Musa l., tobacco and the genus Nicotian Eggplant Solanum melongena l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), for which the country of origin is known to occur in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith are without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 11 and 13, and annex I of this chapter and 25.6 25.5. plants referred to in paragraph 1, the case must be an official receipt that: (a) the plant territory) has been found to Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production is not observed in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith symptoms 25.8. potato Solanum tuberosum l., other than tubers intended for planting the tubers shall without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 12 of this annex, chapter 25.2 and 25.3, 25.1... tubers listed in paragraph must be an official statement that the tubers are not known to occur in the territory of origin in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith in 26 hops Humulus l. lupul genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in place of hops is not observed in the atr album of verticillium Reink & Verticill dahlia Klebahn Berthold and the symptoms of 27.1. Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul., Dianthus l., carnations and pelargonij of Pelargonium l ' Hérit. ex AIT. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that: (a)) since the last vegetation period start at the place of production is not observed in the Helioth or the Spodopter littoral armiger Hübner (Boisd.) signs, or b) plants are appropriately treated to protect them from such organisms 27.2. Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul., Dianthus l., carnations and pelargonij of Pelargonium l ' Hérit. ex AIT. the genus of plants, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 27.1 of the plants, a) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing on the site does not show the Spodopter of the frugiperd Spodopter eridian Cramer, Smith or Spodopter the litur (Fabrici) signs, or b) plants are appropriately treated to protect them from such organisms 28. Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I 27.1. and 27.2. plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that: (a) the plants are no more than) the third generation and derived from material that, when carrying out virological testing, not found in the Chrysanthemum stunt viroid unit, or directly from the material, check the official flower, representative sample, covering at least 10% of the plant not Chrysanthemum stunt viroid found, b) of plants or cuttings:-acquired holding, officially at least once a month, three months before the shipment of the plants or cuttings, and in that time have been observed by the Puccini horian Henning symptoms, as well as three months before holding the area around it are found in the Puccini's symptoms, horian Henning or-according to the Puccini horian's treated Henning, c) rooted cuttings and plants from which they are derived, is not observed in the Didymell of ligulicol (Baker, Dimock & Davis) v. Arx symptoms-rooted cuttings and apsakņošan Didymell have been observed in the garden of ligulicol (Baker, Dimock & Davis) v. Arx symptoms 29. Carnation Dianthus l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I 27.1. and 27.2. plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that:-plants derived directly from mother plants who, based on officially approved tests carried out at least once in the previous two years, have been found in Erwinia Chrysanthemi pv. dianthicol (Hellmer) Dickey, Pseudomonas caryophyll (Burkholder) Starr and Burkholder of Phialophor & cinerescen (Wollenw.) Van Beym,-plants have been observed symptoms of the harmful organisms referred to in the 30 Tulip Tulipa l. and narcissus l. narcissus bulbs, except the genus onions that have on the packaging or otherwise indicate that they are intended for sale to end users, who still works with a professional cut flower production should be an official statement that the plants since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation Ditylench in dipsac have been observed (Kühn) Filipjev symptoms 31. of propagating material of Pelargonium L ' Pelargonij Heri. ex AIT. genus plants intended for planting (excluding seed), for which the country of origin that can occur when the virus tomato ringsp without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I 27.1. and 27.2. plants referred to in point must be an official statement that the plants: (a) for which is not known to occur in the american sense of xiphinema Cobb of lato (population, not found in Europe) or other tomato ringsp virus vectors to a) obtained directly from the production site for which it is known that there is not present in tomato ringsp over, or (b) not more than the fourth generation) obtained from mother plants, which formally approved the virological testing found not ringsp over the tomato (b) known to occur in american of xiphinema sensu lato Cobb (population, not found in Europe) or other tomato ringsp virus vectors to be an official statement that the plants are : a) obtained directly at the place of production, for which it is known that the soil and plants is not present in tomato ringsp virus, a or b), not more than the second generation, from mother plants, which formally approved the virological testing found not ringsp a virus tomato Plants species planting 32.1. to see plants (except:-onions-corms,-the family Gramineae Graminea au gus-rhizomes, tubers-seed,-), originating from third countries for which it is known to occur (Blanchard), liriomyza sativa and Amauromyz of maculos (Malloch) without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I 27.1., 27.2, 28 and 29, referred the case to be an official statement that the plants are grown in a nursery and: (a) they originate in the territory), which izvedējvalst plant protection service in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined by area that is not present in liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and the maculos Amauromyz (Malloch), and that a phytosanitary certificate is specified in the column "additional declaration"), or (b) they originate in the place of production in the exporting country's national plant protection services in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards has determined the location, which is not present in liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and the maculos Amauromyz (Malloch), based on official inspections carried out at least once a month, three months before the plant export. It is specified in the phytosanitary certificate under "additional declaration", declaring that liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and anisogramma anomala (Peck) e. Müller is not present, or c) just before the exit, they are handled appropriately against liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and the maculos Amauromyz (Malloch) and, on the basis of official checks, acknowledged that they do not occur in liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and the maculos Amauromyz (Malloch). Details of the handling of specified phytosanitary certificate 32.2. Dendranthem Chrysanthemum (DC) Des. Moul., Dianthus l., of Carnation, Gypsophil and ģipseņ of l. solidago l. zeltgalvīš of cut flowers and celery Apium graveolens l. Basil Ocimum species and genus plant leafy vegetables should be an official declaration that the cut flowers and leafy vegetables:-not present in the country of origin of liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and Amauromyz (Malloch) or the maculos-just before the exit they are tested and found not to liriomyza sativa (Blanchard) and Amauromyz maculos (Malloch) of 32.3. Plants intended for planting species of plants (except bulbs, corms:--,-Gramineae plants-seeds, rhizomes,--tubers), originating from third countries without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I of 27.1, 27.2, 28, 29 and 32.1 mi in these plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant does not occur in the territory of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess), or (b)), either at the place of production at least once month three months before the harvest in official tests carried out have not been observed on the plants of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) signs, or c) just before the plant export in official tests carried out recognised that those not of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) and accordingly treated against of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) 33. Planted or plants intended for planting with roots grown in the open field, you must be an official declaration that does not occur at the place of production of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sependonisc (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al., Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens, Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber) Behrens and Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival 34. Soil and growing medium, attached to or have with plants and consisting in whole or in part of soil or solid organic substances (such as plant debris, humus, peat, bark), or of any solid inorganic substance, intended to maintain the viability and where the country of origin is :-Turkey-Belarus, Georgia, Moldova, Ukraine, Russia, countries of the non-European, other than Algeria, Egypt, Israel, Libya, Morocco, Tunisia, to be an official declaration that: (a) the growing medium) at the time of planting:-either does not contain soil and organic matter, or-it is recognised that the substrate is not present in harmful insects and nematodes, as well as the substrate is appropriate for a test or heat-treated or fumigēt to ensure that it is not infected or infested with other harmful organisms or, have the appropriate substrate heat treatment or fumigēt to ensure that it is not infected or infested with harmful organisms, and (b)), from the moment of planting:-has taken the appropriate measures to ensure that the substrate is not infected or not maintained, infested with harmful organisms,-or-two weeks before sending purified from plants, substrate, leaving them in such quantities as needed to maintain the viability of the plant during transportation and if they are transplanted, the growing medium used shall meet the "a" requirements set out in paragraph 21.8. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants, excluding seeds must be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation have been observed at the place of production of beet curly top virus (isolate, not found in Europe) 35.2. The normal symptoms of beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), for which the country of origin unknown It is found in beet leaf curl virus without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 35.1 of the plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) is not known to occur in the area of cultivation of beet leaf curl virus, and (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen beet leaf curl virus symptoms 36.1. plants intended for planting except-onions-corms, rhizomes,-seed-tubers-, originating from third countries without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I of 27.1, 27.2, 28, 29, 31, 32.1 and 32.3. plants referred to in paragraph 1, must be an official statement that the plants are grown in the nursery, and: (a) they originate in the territory), which the exporting country's national plant protection services in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined by area that is not present in the 98 Karny. This is indicated in the column of the phytosanitary certificate "additional declaration"), or (b) they originate in the place of production in the exporting country's national plant protection services in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined for the site, which is not present in the 98 Karny, based on official inspections carried out at least once a month, three months before the plant to export and that the Karny 98 is not present, a phytosanitary certificate is specified under "additional declaration" or (c) immediately prior to export) grow according to the processed 98 Karny and, on the basis of official checks, recognised that they are free of the 98 Karny. Details of the handling of specified phytosanitary certificate 36.2. Orchid cut flowers to the family and genus Momordica l. and eggplant Solanum melongena l. fruits, originating from third countries must be an official declaration that:-cut flower and leaf vegetables in the country of origin is not present, or Against the Karny-immediately prior to export cut flowers and vegetables they are not officially tested and found Against the Karny. plants intended for planting by 37 palm-palmae plants (excluding seeds) originating in non-European, without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 17 plants, at wide case must be an official declaration that: (a)), either it is known that the plant is not present in the Palm lethal yellowing Cadang Cadang viroid-Mycoplasma and, and, and since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen their symptoms or (b)) the plants since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation not seen Palm lethal yellowing Cadang Cadang viroid-Mycoplasma and symptoms and the place of production plants, symptoms of which leads to the suspicion of infection with these organisms, and plants have been destroyed according to the process in order to combat the crude to the Van Duze Mynd, c) tissue culture raised plants are derived from plants that meet the "a" and "b" requirements set out in paragraph 38.1. Camellia of genus Camellia l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed) originating in non-European to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the Ciborini of the camellia, or b Kohn) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation flowering plants at the place of production of the camellia Ciborini have been observed symptoms of Kohn 38.2. Fuchsia genus Fuchsia l. intended for planting plants (excluding seed), originating in the United States or Brazil to be an official receipt that have been observed at the place of production of the fuchsia Aculop Keifer signs and immediately prior to export plants tested, and are not found in the fuchsia Aculop Keifer 39. plants intended for planting trees and shrubs (other than seeds and plants in tissue culture), originating from third countries, other than European and Mediterranean countries without prejudice to the provisions of these regulations applicable to annex 3, part A, 1., 2., 3., 9. , 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, of annex 3 paragraph 1 of part B and part A of annex I to this chapter 8.1., 8.2., 9, 10, 11.1, 11.2, 12, 13.1, 13.2, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19.1, 19.2, 20, 22.1, 22.2, 23.1, 23.2, 24, 25.5., 25, 26, 27.1, 27.2, 28., 29., 32.1, 32.2., 33, 34, 36.1, 36.2, 37, 38.1 and 38.2. plants, referred the case to be an official receipt that plants:-be free from plant debris, flowers and fruit, grown in the nursery-in-appropriate times and prior to export is checked and no harmful bacteria, viruses and virus-like organisms, symptoms, and found no harmful-nematodes, insects, mites and fungi, or signs and symptoms-are appropriately treated to destroy such organisms 40. plants intended for planting deciduous trees and shrubs (other than seeds and plants in tissue culture) , originating from third countries, other than European and Mediterranean countries without prejudice to the provisions of these regulations applicable to annex 3, part A, 2, 3, 9, 15, 16, 17 and 18, annex 3 paragraph 1 of part B and part A of annex I to this chapter 11.1, 11.2, 11.3., 12, 13.1, 13.2, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19.1, 19.2, 20, 22.1, 22.2, 23.1. , 23.2, 24, 33, 36.1, 38.1, 38.2.39., and 45.1. plants listed in a given case, to be an official statement that the plants are in a stage of peace and without the pages 41. Planting for annual and biennial plants (except seeds and plants of the family Gramineae Graminea), originating in non-European or Mediterranean country without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3 of 11, 13 and this chapter I of part A of annex-25.5. 15.9., 32.1, 32.2, 32.3,., 33, 34, and 21.9 21.8. plants, referred the case to be an official statement that the plants:-grown nursery,-is free from plant debris, flowers and fruits,-appropriate times and prior to export and tested-no harmful bacteria, viruses and virus-like organisms, symptoms, and found no harmful-nematodes, insects, mites and fungi, or signs or symptoms are appropriately treated plants to destroy such organisms 42. plants intended for planting of the Gramineae family Graminea perennial ornamental grass, Bambusoidea and Panicoidea of the antelope, the Lag Buchlo Boutelou, Cortaderi of Calamagrost, Stapf., Glyceri r. br., Hakonechlo Mack. ex Honda, Hystrix, Molinia, phalaris l., Shibatae, Spartina Schreb., l. and Stipe of the genus Uniol (excluding seed), originating in non-European or Mediterranean country without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of Annex 33 and 34 of the above plants, relati case evaluations must be all official evidence that plants grown in nurseries and: – – is free from plant debris, flowers and fruits, and are tested before export-and-test no harmful bacteria, viruses and virus-like organisms, symptoms, and is not found in either harmful nematodes, insects, mites and fungi, or signs or symptoms-plants are appropriately treated to destroy these organisms 43. Natural or artificial planting are dwarfed by planned (excluding seed) originating in non-European country without prejudice to the provisions of these regulations applicable to annex 3, part A, 1, 2, 3, 9, 13, 15, 16, 17, 18, of annex 3 paragraph 1 of part B and part A of annex I to this chapter 8.1, 9, 10, 11.1, 11.2, 12, 13.1, 13.2, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19.1, 19.2, 20, 22.1, 22.2, 23.1, 23.2, 24, 25.5., 15.9., 26. , 27.1., 27.2, 28, 32.1, 32.2., 33, 34, 36.1, 36.2, 37, 38.1, 38.2, 39, 40 and 42, referred the case to be an official statement that the plants: (a)) (also they that are selected in a natural environment for at least two years in a row, before shipping is grown, stored and prepared in the officially registered nurseries, which is subject to control under official control mode b) plants "" referred to in subparagraph (a) nursery: am) at least an "a" in the period referred to in :-planted in pots, which are placed on shelves at least 50 cm in height,-is handled appropriately, to ensure that the plants are not infected by the rust (races, which are not found in Europe) and a phytosanitary certificate in the column "chemical treatment" indicates the name of the active substance, concentration and date of use-at least six times a year (with appropriate intervals) officially tested for in the annexes to these rules that harmful organisms. Check out also the plants referred to in a nursery are nearby: at least Visual inspection review each field or nursery row and visually check all above the existing soil substrate, randomized samples at least 300 remove relevant genus if the number of this genus is not more than 3000 plants, or 10%, if these plants of the genus exceeds 3000,-these checks is not detected in the previous indent the above harmful organisms. Infected or infested plants destroyed. The other case concerned the plant efficiently processed, stored in the appropriate time and checks to ensure that the plants are not infected or infested with harmful organisms,-planted either previously unused artificial growing medium or soil in a natural substrate, which was fumigēt or under cooked, and not found any harmful organism,-held in the circumstances to ensure that the soil substrate kept infected or infested with harmful organisms and two weeks before departure, and to shake off rinse-clean water, to remove the original soil substrate, and left with exposed roots, or fling off and wash with-clean water, to remove the original soil substrate, and transplanted soil substrate, to meet the "aa" subparagraph, fifth indent,-the conditions laid down in appropriate treatment, to ensure that the growing medium is infected or infested with harmful organisms. A phytosanitary certificate in the column "chemical treatment" indicates the name of the active substance, concentration and date of use, bb) packed in closed containers which have been officially sealed and registered nursery attached registration number. This number indicates a phytosanitary certificate under "additional declaration", to promote the identification of the party 44. Perennials and grasses, the family of a Carnation Caryophyllacea (except the Carnation Dianthus l. genus), aster family of Compositae (except Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus), Brassica Crucifera, Fabaceae Leguminosae and Rosaceae family of Rosacea (except Strawberry genus Fragaria l.), intended for planting plants (excluding seed), originating from third countries, other than European and Mediterranean countries without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, part A, section I, 32.2, 32.3 32.1..., 33 and 34, paragraph plants, the case must be an official statement that the plants:-grown nursery and is free from plant debris , flowers and fruits, and has the appropriate check-in times and before leaving, and they found no harmful bacteria, viruses and virus-like organisms, symptoms, and no harmful nematodes, insects, mites and fungi, or signs or symptoms they have been treated to destroy these organisms 45.1. Ranunculaceae species intended for planting and plants of Ficus l. fikus and hibisk of the Hibiscus genus, except-onions corms, rhizomes,--,-seed-tubers originating in non-European country without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I of 27.1, 27.2, 28, 29, 32.1, 32.3 and 36.1. referred to plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a) the plants originating in the territory) in the exporting country's national plant protection services in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined by the area in which is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe) and is shown on the phytosanitary certificate in the box "additional declaration", or b) cultivation of plant origin is the place where the exporting country of the national plant protection services in accordance with the relevant phytosanitary measures with international standards defined for the site, which is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe) based on official inspections carried out at least once every three weeks for nine weeks before the plant to export and it is specified in the phytosanitary certificate under "additional declaration", declaring that bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe) is not present, or c) plants grown or stored in the place in which it is established in Gen. Bemisia tabaci (population, not found in Europe), but plants are handled appropriately, to ensure that they are not infested by bemisia tabaci in Gen. (population, not found in Europe), and the official checks carried out every week for nine weeks before the plant export and monitoring procedures during this period the production site recognized as a location that is not present in Gen. Bemisia tabaci (population, not found in Europe). Data on the processing specified phytosanitary certificate 45.2. Aster Aster spp., l., of gipseņ the Eryngi Gypsophil l., Hypericum l., Lisianth l., Rosa l., Roses of solidago l. zeltgalvīš, genus Tracheli of cut flowers and Basil Ocimum l. genus plant leafy vegetables originating in non-European to be an official declaration that the cut flowers and leaf vegetables:-country of origin are free of bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe), or directly before they are officially tested and bemisia tabaci Genn (a population that is not found in Europe) is not found in tomato Lycopersicon esculentum 45.3. Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) plants intended for planting (excluding seed), for which the country of origin that can occur tomato Yellow leaf curl virus: without prejudice to the requirements of these regulations shall apply to annex 3, paragraph 13 of part A and part A of annex I to this chapter, and of 25.5 25.6 25.7... "plants mentioned in paragraph, as the case may be: (a) for which is not known to occur in bemisia tabaci Genn.
-must be an official statement that the plants have been observed tomato Yellow leaf curl virus symptoms, (b) for which it is known in bemisia tabaci Genn.
-must be an official declaration that: (a) the plants have been observed) tomato Yellow leaf curl virus symptoms, and am) it is known that the plant is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn., or bb) at least once a month for three months in the official tests carried out prior to the export of plant breeding site has been found to bemisia tabaci Genn., or (b)) have been observed at the place of production tomato Yellow leaf curl virus symptoms, and the place of production is appropriately treated and subject to the monitoring regime to ensure that is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn.

46. plants intended for planting (other than seeds, tubers, corms and rhizomes), for which the country of origin is known to occur in the following harmful organisms:-Bean golden mosaic virus-Cowpea mild virus, mottl-infectious virus Lettuc of yellow Pepper mild tigré virus,-; -Squash leaf curl virus,-other viruses that carried by bemisia tabaci Genn.
Without prejudice to the requirements of these regulations shall apply to annex 3, paragraph 13 of part A and part A of annex I to this chapter, 25.6 25.5 32.1, 32.2, 32.3.,.,., 35.1 35.2, 44, 45, 45.1, 45.2 and 45.3. paragraph plants, where appropriate: (a) for which is not known to occur in bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe) or other vectors of the said harmful organism-must be an official declaration that the full growing season, plants have been observed symptoms of harmful organisms referred to in (b)) for which it is known to occur in bemisia tabaci Genn. (the population that are not found in Europe) or other vectors of the said harmful organism-must be an official declaration that the appropriate time to plant These have been observed symptoms of the harmful organisms, and (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. and other vectors of the relevant harmful organism, or (b)) the corresponding times official inspection carried out at the place of production is not found in bemisia tabaci Genn. and other vectors of the relevant harmful organism, or c) plants are appropriately treated to eliminate bemisia tabaci Genn.

47. Summer sunflower Helianthus annuus l. seeds should be an official declaration that: aa) origin of the seed is not present in the halstedi Plasmopar (Farlow) Berl. de tone, or (b) &) seeds are suitably treated against the halstedi Plasmopar (Farlow) Berl. de Toni & except seeds obtained from varieties that are resistant to all common in the growing area of halstedi Plasmopar (Farlow) Berl. de Toni 48 & races of tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) the seeds should be an official declaration that the seeds are obtained by means of an appropriate acid extraction method or an equivalent method approved by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, and a) are not known to the area of origin of seeds present Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. michiganensis (Smith) Davis et al., Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria (Doidge) dye and potato tuber viroid by 3, or b) of the last complete cycle of vegetation during the raising of plants have been observed in the said harmful organism caused by the disease symptoms, or c) representative samples of seed officially tested at least in relation to the harmful organisms using appropriate methods and tests have not found these harmful organisms of Lucerne 30.5. Medicago sativa l. seeds should be an official declaration that: (a)) since the last vegetation period start at the place of production have been observed in dipsac Ditylench (Kühn) Filipjev symptoms and representative sample laboratory tests Ditylench dipsac (Kühn) Filipjev are not discovered, or b) before export of seeds carried out fumigation 30.6. Lucerne in Medicago sativa l. seeds, for which the country of origin that can occur Clavibacter michiganensis SSP. insidios of Davis et al. Without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 30.5 of the plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) are not known to the holding or the area around it in the last 10 years the Clavibacter michiganensis SSP. insidios of Davis et al., (b) either-this crop variety is recognized as resistant to Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidios of Davis et al., or – seed harvest time these crops have not fallen fourth full vegetation period after sowing, and of those just harvested seeds, or once-inert (non-living) impurities content, determined in accordance with the rules applicable in the European Union, the certification of seed marketed does not exceed 0.1% by weight (c)) of the last complete cycle of vegetation or the last two growing seasons during the cultivation site or any of its neighbouring alfalfa Medicago sativa l. crop has not observed Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidios-Davis et al. symptoms, d) crops grown in the area in which the last three years prior to sowing is not grown Medicago sativa l. crop 50. Rice Oryza sativa l. seeds should be an official declaration that: (a) seed officially tested), using the relevant non-matoloģisk tests, and these tests are not found in the Aphelenchoid of the bessey Christie or b) seeds treated with hot water or other appropriate techniques to the Christie 51, bessey Aphelenchoid. Bean Phaseolus l. seeds of the genus to be an official receipt that: (a)) it is known that the area of origin of seeds Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseolus (Smith) dye, or (b) a representative sample) seed tested, and in these tests, Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseolus (Smith) dye. not found 52. Corn Zea mays l. seeds should be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the origin of the seed is not present in the Erwinia stewarti (Smith) dye, or (b) a representative sample) seed tested, and these tests of Erwinia stewarti (Smith) dye has been found 53. Wheat Triticum Secale, rye and Triticale × Triticosecale genus seeds from Afghanistan, India, Iraq, Iran, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa or the United States Waltz States If it is known that at present Tilleti Indica moist must be an official declaration that it is known that the area of origin of seeds are free of Tilleti Indica wet. The name of the territory specified phytosanitary certificate 54. Wheat Triticum Secale, rye and Triticale × Triticosecale grains from Afghanistan, India, Iraq, Iran, Mexico, Nepal, Pakistan, South Africa or the United States, if it is known that there was in Tilleti Indica moist must be an official declaration that: (i)) either it is known that the grain is not present in the territory of origin Tilleti Indica wet. Territory or area name specified phytosanitary certificate box "provenance", or (ii)) of the last complete cycle of vegetation period have been observed at the place of production of Indica Tilleti symptoms, and Wet grain representative samples are taken and tested both harvest time and before shipping, and these tests have not found Tilleti Indica wet. On the phytosanitary certificate in the box "label; number and description of the packages; the name of the product; plant botanical name "enter the following text:" tested, Tilleti Indica wet not found "chapter II the plants, plant products and items in contact with them, originating in Latvia or another Member State of the European Union that the plants, plant products and contact items in the specific requirements of 2. Sycamore Platanus l. wood of the genus (including wood which has not retained its natural round surface) (a)) to be the official evidence that it is known that wood is not present in the territory of origin ceratocystis fimbriat f. sp. Platanus l., Walter, or (b)) to the wood or on its packaging is labelled "KD" (artificially dried) or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which declares that it is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature setting 4. Pine Pinus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds official evidence must be that the place of production or in its immediate surroundings since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation is not observed in Scrirrhi pin the Funk symptoms 5. Baltegļ & Parker of Abies Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr., Douglas of the and the hemlokegļ of Tsug Carr. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 4 of the plants, to be an official declaration that the place of production or in its immediate surroundings since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation of the medusa of Melampsor have been observed symptoms 6. Thümen Aspen Populus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that the place of production or in its immediate surroundings since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation of the medusa of Melampsor have been observed symptoms 7. Thümen chestnut castanea Mill., and oak Quercus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that a) it is known that the plant is not present in the territory of Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) Barr, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings have been observed of Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill) Barr symptoms Sycamore Platanus L. 8 L genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that a) is known that plant is not present fimbriat-ceratocystis f. sp. Platanus l., Walter, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen ceratocystis fimbriat f. sp. from the Walter symptoms 9. Bun krūmcidonij Chaenomel of Amelanchier Med., Lindl., klinteņ of the Cotoneaster Ehrh., Crataegus l., vilkābeļ-Quince Cydonia Mill., Eriobotry Lindl., eriobotrij of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l. and Sorbus l. Rowan tree of the genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that a) according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has acknowledged that plant is not present in the area of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or (b)) and in the field of cultivation around is destroyed plants of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. symptoms 10. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. the genus and their hybrids, other than fruit and seeds should be an official declaration that a) it is known that the plant is not present in the Spiroplasm of citri Sagli et al., Phoma tracheiphil (Petri), Kanchavel & Gikashvil, citrus vein enation woody gall and Citrus tristeza virus (European strains), or (b) obtain appropriate) certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept under appropriate conditions and each individual is officially tested at least as regards Citrus tristeza virus (European strains) and citrus vein enation woody gall, using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods approved by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, and the material is constantly protected against insects are grown in a greenhouse or an isolated camera, and it is not observed in the Spiroplasm of citrus Sagli et al., Phoma tracheiphil (Pandr) Kanchavel & Gikashvil, Citrus tristeza virus (European strains) and citrus vein enation woody gall symptoms or c) plants:-obtained under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept under appropriate conditions, and each individual is officially tested at least for citrus vein enation woody gall and Citrus tristeza virus (European strains), using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods approved by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, and in these tests, Citrus tristeza virus (European strains) is not detected and each separate officially tested in accordance with the methods referred to in this indent and certified that does not contain at least the Citrus tristeza virus (European strains), and-tested and since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation are not observed in the Spiroplasm of citrus Sagli et al., Phoma tracheiphil (Pandr) Kanchavel et Gikashvil, citrus vein enation woody gall and Citrus tristeza virus symptoms 11. Kallu Aracea-Marantacea, arrowroot, a species of banana Musacea , avocado Persea spp. species and the plants Strelitziacea Strelitziaceae, rooted or with substrate must be an official declaration that a) at the place of production since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation is not observed with Radophol similar to invadēšan (Cobb) Thorne, or (b)) the suspicious plant roots and soil since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation matoloģisk in not formally tested for at least Radophol are similar (Cobb) Thorne, and these tests this harmful organism is established 12. Strawberry Fragaria l. Prunus l., plum and BlackBerry Rubus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territory of the relevant harmful organism, or (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production plants have been observed by the harmful organism concerned caused by the disease symptoms. The relevant harmful organisms are:-to the strawberry plants of the genus Fragaria l.: Phytophthora fragariae Hickman-may. fragaria, Arabis mosaic virus-,-Raspberry ringsp a virus-Strawberry out virus-Strawberry latent virus, the ringsp-Strawberry mild yellow edge virus-Tomato black ring, above, Xanthomonas fragariae Kennedy-and King-on Plum Prunus genus: Mycoplasma, a chlorotic leafroll-Apric-Xanthomonas campestris pv. Prunus (Smith) dye-on peach Prunus persica (l.) Batsch plants: Pseudomonas syringa pv.» persica (Prunier et al.) Young et al.,-to BlackBerry Rubus genus: Arabis mosaic virus-,-Raspberry ringsp a virus-Strawberry latent virus, the ringsp-Tomato black ring virus 13. Quince Cydonia Mill., and PEAR Pyrus l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 9 of the plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territories of the Mycoplasma declin Pear or (b)) the last three complete cycles of vegetation growing site and the area around the plant, which produces symptoms of the suspected infections by Mycoplasma is a declin Pear destroyed 14. Strawberry Fragaria genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, part A, point 12 of chapter II of the said plants should be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territories of bessey in Christie Aphelenchoid or (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production of the Aphelenchoid have been observed in Christie, bessey symptoms or c) raising of plants in tissue culture, are derived from plants, which corresponds to the description in point "b" requirements or are officially tested by appropriate methods, not matoloģisk and not Aphelenchoid of bessey in Christie found 15. Apple genus Malus Mill. plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements to apply to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 9 of the plants, to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the Apple proliferation Mycoplasma, or b) (aa) the plants (other than those grown from seed) is:-either officially certified under the certification scheme, which requires that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least for Apple proliferation Mycoplasma using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods and tests this harmful organism is established, or-derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate circumstances and at least six full of vegetation during the time officially tested at least for Apple proliferation Mycoplasma, using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods and tests this harmful organism is established, (bb) since the last three full growing seasons start plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings not seen Apple proliferation disease symptoms caused by Mycoplasma 16. Plum Prunus L. intended for planting species of plants (excluding seeds):-Prunus amygdalus Batsch,-l., Prunus armeniaca Prunus blireian-Andre-Prunus brigantin, Villa,-Prunus cerasifer Ehrh., a-cisten Hansen-Prunus, Prunus curdic Fenzl and Fritsch,-of Prunus domestica SSP. domestica l.,-Prunus domestica SSP. insititia (l.) C.K. Schneid,-Prunus domestica SSP. Italica (Borkh.) HEG., Prunus glandulos Thunb of.-,-Prunus holoserice Batal.,-of Prunus hortulan-Bailey-Prunus japonica Thunb,.,-Prunus mandshuric (Maxim.) Koehn,-Prunus maritima Marsh.,-Prunus Sieb. of us and Marc,-Prunus nigra AIT.,-Prunus persica (l.) Batsch Prunus salicina,-L,-Prunus sibiric l., Prunus simoni in the Carr-,-Prunus spinosa l., Prunus tomentosa Thunb.-,-Prunus trilob Lindl of. and other plum Prunus genus species that is susceptible to Plum pox virus without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, part A, point 12 of chapter II of the said plants should be an official declaration that a) it is known that the plant is not present in the Plum pox virus, or b) (aa) the plants, except those which have been grown from seed officially certified, is-in accordance with the certification scheme stating that they are derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and formally tested at least for Plum pox virus using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods and tests this harmful organism is established, or-derived directly from material which is kept in appropriate conditions and the last three full growing seasons at least once during the officially tested at least for Plum pox virus using appropriate indicators or equivalent methods and tests this harmful organism is established, (bb) since the last three full growing seasons start plants at the place of production or susceptible plants in its immediate surroundings Plum pox have been observed over the magnitude of the disease symptoms, (cc) at the place of production plants to other viruses or virus-like pathogen induced illness symptoms has destroyed 17. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds should be an official declaration that since the last two full growing seasons start mother plants have been observed at the place of production Grapevine flavescence Dorée MLO and xylophilus ampelin (Panagopoulo) Willems et al. symptoms 18.1. potato Solanum tuberosum l., intended for planting tubers must be an official declaration that a) have been complied with European Union rules Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival, and (b)), either it is known that the tuber is not present in the territory of origin, Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann and Kotthoff) Davis et al., or have met the provisions of the European Union Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al., and c combat) it is known that the tubers grown in a field where Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber) Behrens and Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens is known not to occur, and (d) (aa) either it is known that the tubers originate in the territory (Smith) Smith was not present in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith, or (bb) in the territory for which it is known that it is present in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith , tuber production site in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith has been found or considered as such by the appropriate measures of Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith, and e) tuber originating either in the territory for which it is known that it does not occur in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) or Meloidogyne fallax Karssen, and also in the territory, which is known to occur in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen :-either the tubers grown where, on the basis of the host culture annual surveys, conducting Visual inspections of host plants at the appropriate time, and after the harvest, the Visual inspection of tubers produced in this field, both from the outside and cut, not detected in Meloidogyne chitwood at the Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen, or-after the tuber harvesting random samples are taken and tested either by the presence of symptoms by using the appropriate method, which stimulates the appearance of symptoms, or laboratory tests, as well as the corresponding times visually checked and viewing the tubers from the outside, both by cutting them, as well as in all cases, while potato bags or containers before placing them in the opening of trade in accordance with the potato and seed solely trade regulatory laws , and is not detected in Meloidogyne chitwood Golden et al. (all populations) and Meloidogyne fallax Karssen symptoms 18.2. potato Solanum tuberosum l., intended for planting, other than those tubers of varieties of tubers, which officially accepted in one or more Member States in accordance with the 29 September 1970 in Council Directive 70/457/EEC on the common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant without prejudice to specific requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 18.1 tubers listed in must be an official statement that the tubers:-random material that belongs in a manner specified in the document attached to the relevant tubers, grown in the European Union-and-derived directly from material which maintained under appropriate conditions and in the European Union officially tested in quarantine in accordance with appropriate methods, and these tests are not harmful organisms found in 18.3. Plants of Stolon-or tuber-forming solanacea Solanum l. or their hybrids of the genus species of plants intended for planting except this part A of chapter II, or 18.2 18.1 points in potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers and culture propagation material, stored in gene banks or genetic material collections a) plants stored in quarantine and quarantine testing has not found any harmful organism, (b)) quarantine testing referred to in point "a" (aa) monitored by the Member State the official plant protection organisation and trained these organisations or other authorized organization scientific staff (bb) the equipped place providing limitation of harmful organisms and material, as well as maintenance of the indicator in such a way as to prevent any risk of spreading harmful organisms, (cc) for each unit of material-appropriate regular intervals for at least one full growing season perform Visual inspection to detect any harmful organism caused symptoms, taking into account the type of material and the degree of development of the testing programme,-in accordance with the appropriate testing methods to be submitted for consideration by the Standing Committee on plant health, all potatoes inspected at least in respect of:-Andean potato latent virus, Arracach virus b.-OCA strain,-potato black ringsp the virus, potato-tuber viroid-3-potato virus T-Andean potato virus, mottl-common potato viruses A, M, S, V, X and Y (including Y o Y n Y c, und) and potato leaf roll virus,-Clavibacter michiganensis SSP. sepedonicus (Spieckermann and Kotthoff) Davis et al.,-from seed potatoes grown at least to the above viruses and viroids, dd) test to detect any other signs of disease, which observed the Visual check and identify the harmful organisms having caused such symptoms, c) any material that, in accordance with the requirements of point "b" checks revealed "b" harmful organisms referred to in subparagraph shall immediately be destroyed or uses techniques that destroyed this (these) the harmful organism (s) (s) (d)) of any organisation or research institution where this material, the Member State shall notify the official plant protection service that stores this materials 18.4. Plants of Stolon-or tuber-forming solanacea Solanum l. or their hybrids of the genus species intended for planting of plants stored in gene banks or genetic material collections each organization or research body that holds this material notify the official Member State plant protection service, which stores the material 18.5. potato Solanum tuberosum l., other than tubers of section A of annex II the section 18.1, 18.2, 18.3 and 18.4. in paragraph tubers on the package must indicate the registration number (if potatoes transported in bulk, the registration number should be indicated on the vehicle that transported potatoes), which shows that the potatoes are reared by an officially registered producer or they come from officially registered collective warehouses or shipping locations located in the growing areas, indicating that the tubers contain Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith and (a) the provisions of the European Union) Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival, and b) in the case in question, the provisions of the European Union Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sepedonicus (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) eradication have met knockturn Solonacea 18.6.-family plants intended for planting, other than this part of the annex to chapter II of 18.4 and 18.5. referred to plants and seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, 18.1, 18.2 and 18.3. plants, referred the case to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the potato stolbur Mycoplasma or (b)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing plants in place of potato stolbur have been observed symptoms of 18.7. Pepper, capsicum annuum l., Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. tomatoes (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.), banana Musa l., l. and tobacco Nicotian Eggplant Solanum melongena l. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 18.6 plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a) the plant territory) has been found to Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith, or b) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation the plants at the place of production is not observed in Pseudomonas solanacearum (Smith) Smith, the symptoms of the hop Humulus lupul 19 l. plants intended for planting except the seeds should be an official declaration that since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing in place of hops is not observed in the atr album of verticillium Reink & Verticill dahlia Klebahn Berthold and of the symptoms 20. Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul., Dianthus l., carnations and pelargonij of Pelargonium l ' Hérit, ex AIT. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds must be an official declaration that: (a)) since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation growing on the site Helioth has been observed by the armiger Hübner or Spodopter littoral (Boisd.) signs, or b) plants are appropriately treated to protect them from such organisms 21.1. Chrysanthemum Dendranthem (DC.) Des Moul. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 20 referred to the plants, to be an official statement that the plants: (a)) is not more than the third generation derived from material that, when carrying out virological testing, not found in the Chrysanthemum stunt viroid unit, or directly from the material, check the official flower, representative sample, covering at least 10% of the plant not Chrysanthemum stunt viroid found, b) of plants or cuttings obtained from holdings:-which have been officially inspected at least once a month, three months before the shipment of the plants or cuttings, and in that time have been observed by the Puccini horian Henning symptoms, and it is not known that the farms around three months before the trade would have been found by the Puccini horian Henning symptoms, or-cargo suitably treated against Henning, of the Puccini horian c) rooted cuttings or plants from which they are derived, is not observed in the Didymell of ligulicol (Baker, Dimock & Davis) v. Arx symptoms, but rooted cuttings-cuttings and apsakņošan in both the garden of ligulicol Didymell have been observed (Baker, Dimock & Davis) v. Arx. symptoms of a Carnation Dianthus 21.2. Genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 20 referred to the plants, to be an official declaration that:-plants derived directly from mother plants, which, based on officially approved tests carried out at least once in the previous two years, have been found in Erwinia Chrysanthemi pv. dianthicol (Hellmer) Dickey, Pseudomonas caryophyll (Burkholder) Starr and Burkholder of Phialophor & cinerescen (Wollenw.) Van Beym,-plants have been observed above, the symptoms of the harmful organisms 22. Tulip Tulipa l. and narcissus l. narcissus bulbs, except the genus onions that have on the packaging or otherwise indicate that they are intended for sale to end users, who are not professional engaged in the production of cut flowers must be an official declaration that the plants since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation Ditylench in dipsac have been observed (Kühn) Filipjev symptoms 23. Plants intended for planting of species of plants except:-bulbs, corms,-grasses-Graminea species of plants-seeds, rhizomes, tubers--without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, 20, 21.1 or 21.2. plants, referred the case to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territory of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess), or (b)) at least once a month, three months before the harvest in official inspections carried out at the place of production have been of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) signs, or c) just before the commercial plants tested and they are not found of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess), as well as appropriate treatment against of liriomyza huidobrensis (Blanchard) and liriomyza trifolii (Burgess) 24. Planted or intended for planting plants with roots grown in the open must be, that it is known that is not present at the place of production of the Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. sependonic (Spieckermann & Kotthoff) Davis et al., Globodera pallida (stone) Behrens, Globodera rostochiensis (Wollenweber) Behrens and Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilbersky) Percival 25. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants, excluding seeds must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in the territories of beet leaf curl virus, or (b)) is not known to occur in the area of cultivation of beet leaf curl virus and since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the place of production or in its immediate surroundings not seen beet leaf curl virus symptoms

26. Summer sunflower Helianthus annuus l. seeds should be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the origin of the seed is not present in the halstedi Plasmopar (Farlow) Berl. de tone, or (b) &) made an appropriate treatment against Plasmopar's halstedi (Farlow) Berl. de Toni & except seeds obtained from varieties that are resistant to all common in the growing area of halstedi Plasmopar (Farlow) Berl. de Toni & races 26.1 Tomato Lycopersicon esculentum Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex to chapter II of the 18.6 and 23 plants, referred the case to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in tomato yellow leaf curl virus, or b) plants have been observed tomato yellow leaf curl virus symptoms, and (am) it is known that the plant is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. or (bb) on official inspections carried out at least once a month, three months before the shipment of the plants at the place of production has been found to bemisia tabaci Genn., or (c)) have been observed at the place of production tomato yellow leaf curl virus symptoms observed at the place of production and the corresponding processing and monitoring regime to ensure that no bemisia tabaci Genn.

tomato Lycopersicon esculentum 27 Mill. (SYN.: Lycopersicon lycopersicum (l.) Karsten ex Farw.) the seeds should be an official declaration that the seeds are obtained by means of an appropriate acid extraction method or an equivalent method approved by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, and a) are not known to occur in the area of origin of seeds both Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. michiganensis (Smith) Davis et al., and Xanthomonas campestris pv. vesicatoria (Doidge) dye, or (b)) of the last complete cycle of vegetation during breeding plants in place of those harmful organisms have been observed to cause the disease symptoms, or c) representative samples of seeds, using appropriate techniques, officially tested, at least for these harmful organisms, and tests these harmful organisms have been found in Lucerne of 28.1. Medicago sativa l. seeds should be an official declaration that: a) the place of production since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation is not observed in the Ditylench of dipsac (Kühn) Filipjev symptoms and a representative sample for the laboratory tests Ditylench dipsac (Kühn) Filipjev have not found or (b)) before the trade carried out fumigation 28.2. seeds Lucerne in Medicago sativa l. seeds without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 28.1, the plants must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the area of origin of seeds are free of Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidios) Davis et al., or (b))-unknown, in the last 10 years of the holding or the area around it are the Clavibacter michiganensis ssp occurs. insidios-Davis et al., and-this breed is of crops recognised as resistant to Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidios of Davis et al., or – seed harvest time these crops have not fallen fourth full vegetation period after sowing, and those just harvested seed, or once-inert (non-living) impurities content, determined in accordance with the rules applicable in the European Union, the certification of seed marketed does not exceed 0.1% by weight,-the last full growing season or in case the last two growing seasons during the place of production or any of the sowing alfalfa Medicago sativa l. crop they have been observed near Clavibacter michiganensis ssp. insidios-Davis et al. symptoms-crops grown in the area in which the final three years before sowing is not grown in Lucerne in Medicago sativa l. crop 29. Bean Phaseolus l. seeds of the genus to be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the area of origin of seeds Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseolus (Smith) dye, or b) representative sample of seed testing, and in these tests, Xanthomonas campestris pv. Phaseolus (Smith) dye has been found 30.1. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus of fruit on the packaging must be appropriate to the origin labelling part B special requirements of plants, plant products and contact with them came the introduction of the subject matter or for distribution to certain protected zones of the plants, plant products and contact items in the specific requirements of protected zones 1. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3. 1.4., 1.5., and the 7 wood, where appropriate: (a) the wood shall be peeled) or (b)) must be the formal declaration that it is known that wood is not present in the territory of origin of Dendroctonus micans Kugelan, or c) on the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or some other internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which declares that it is artificially dried to 20% moisture content expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions for Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey) 2. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to a given case, this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, and paragraphs 7 and paragraph 1 of part B of the wood: a) the wood shall be peeled or (b)) to be the official evidence that it is known that wood is not present in the originating Ip of Sahlbergh, or (c) a duplicate) to the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or some other internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which certifies that the wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions in Greece Ireland, United Kingdom, 3. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to a given case, this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, and paragraphs 7 and this in part B of annex 1 and referred to in paragraph 2: (a) wood) wood should be peeled or (b)) must be the formal declaration that it is known that wood is not present in the originating IPS of Heer, or c the typograph) on the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or some other internationally recognised mark in accordance with the current commercial practices, which certifies that the wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieved during the production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions in Greece, the United Kingdom 4. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to a given case, this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, and paragraphs 7 and (B) parts 1, 2, and 3. the wood referred to in paragraph : a) the wood shall be peeled or (b)) must be the formal declaration that it is known that wood is not present in the originating Ips amitinus Eichhof, or c) on the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or some other internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which certifies that the wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and reach a production process pursuant to the appropriate time and temperature conditions for Greece, France (Corsica), Ireland, United Kingdom 5. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to a given case, this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.4, 1.5, and paragraphs 7 and (B) parts 1, 2, 3, and 4. the wood referred to in paragraph (a)) must be peeled or (b)) must be the formal declaration that it is known that wood is not present in the originating Ip of the cembra Heer or (c)) on the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or someone else internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which certifies that the wood is artificially dried up to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions for Greek, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) 6. Coniferous Coniferales wood without prejudice to the requirements applicable to a given case, this part of the annex chapter I 1.1., 1.2., 1.3, 1.4. 1.5 and 7 points, and the B part 1., 2., 3., 4. and 5. the wood referred to in paragraph (a)) must be peeled or (b)) must be the formal declaration that it is known that wood is not present in the originating IPS of Börner, sexdentat or c) on the wood or on its packaging shall bear the marking "KD" (artificially dried) or some other internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, which confirms the that wood is artificially dried to below 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions for Ireland, Cyprus, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) 6.3 chestnut castanea Mill.) is a timber wood must be completely isolated or (b)) must be an official declaration that i) timber originating in the territory of which it is known not to occur for Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill.) Barr., or ii) wood is artificially dried to 20% moisture content, expressed as a percentage of the dry matter content and achieve production process, taking the appropriate time and temperature conditions. Wood or its packaging is marked with a mark "kiln-shall" or "KD" (dried in the camera), or another internationally recognised mark in accordance with current commercial practice, Czech Republic Denmark, Greece (Crete, Lesbos Island), Ireland, Sweden, United war lists (except the Isle of man) Baltegļ to both 7 Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr., pine Pinus l. Pseudotsuga Carr. ' of the Douglas and the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 and in part A of annex II, the following chapter 4 and 5 plants, referred the case to be an official declaration that is not present at the place of production of Dendroctonus micans Kugelan Greece , Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey) 8. Baltegļ Mill., Abies of larch Larix Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, point 4 and 5 and the annex of part B referred to in paragraph 7, the case must be an official receipt that is not present at the place of production of Sahlberg Greece, duplicate IPS Ireland, United Kingdom 9. Baltegļ Mill., Abies of larch Larix Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces, pine Pinus l. and Pseudotsuga Carr., of the Douglas the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, point 4 and 5 and the annex of part B, paragraph 7 and 8 of the plants listed in the case in question to be an official receipt that is not present at the place of production in Ireland, the typograph Ip Heer United Kingdom 10. Baltegļ Ab to larch Larix Mill., Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, point 4 and 5 and the annex of part B of 7, 8 and 9 mentioned in paragraph plants , the case must be an official declaration that the place of production is not present in the Ip amitinus Eichhof Greece, France (Corsica), Ireland, United Kingdom 11. Baltegļ Mill., Abies of larch Larix Mill., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces, pine Pinus l. and Pseudotsuga Carr., of the Douglas the genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, paragraphs 4 and 5 of part B of this annex and the 7, 8, 9 and 10 in paragraph plants, the case must be an official receipt that is not present at the place of production of the Heer Greece cembra Ip, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) Baltegļ both to 12 Mill., Larix Mill., larch Spruce Picea a. Dietr. and pine Pinus genus, which is higher than 3 m, other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2., paragraphs 9 and 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, paragraphs 4 and 5 of part B of this annex and the 7, 8, 9, 10 and 11 plants referred to in paragraph , the case must be an official declaration that does not occur at the place of production of the sexdentat IPS Börner Ireland, Cyprus, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) 14.1. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark must be an official declaration that the goods: (a) the fumigated) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž, or (b)) is known not to occur in the territory of origin of Dendroctonus micans Kugelan Greece, Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man, Jersey) 14.2. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark without prejudice to the provisions applicable to this annex referred to in paragraph 14.1 of tree bark, to be an official declaration that: (a) the load carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž, or (b)) it is known that its origin is not present in the Ip amitinus Eichhof Greece, France (Corsica), Ireland, United Kingdom 8.9. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (B) of this annex and paragraph 14.1 14.2 the tree bark must be an official declaration that: (a) the load carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž, or (b)) it is known that its origin is not present in the Ip of the Heer Greece, Ireland cembra, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) 8.9. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (B) of this appendix, 14.2 and 14.3 14.1. point to that tree bark, to be an official declaration that: (a) the load carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž- or (b)) it is known that its origin is not present in duplicate Ip in Greece, Ireland, Sahlberg United Kingdom 14.5. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (B) of this appendix, 14.2, 14.3 14.1 and 14.4. point to that tree bark, to be an official declaration that: (a) the load carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž, or (b) it is known that its origin is not present in the Ip sexdentat for Börner Ireland , Cyprus, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man) 14.6. Bark of conifers Coniferales bark without prejudice to the provisions applicable to part (B) of this appendix, 14.2, 14.3 14.1, 14.4. referred to in paragraph 14.5, and tree bark, to be an official declaration that: (a) the load carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatment against mizgrauž, or (b)) it is known that its origin is not present in the Ip of the Heer Ireland typograph, United Kingdom 14.9. Chestnut castanea Mill. bark must be an official receipt that: (a)) on the area of origin of bark are known to not present the Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill.) Barr., or (b) bark made fumigation) or other treatment to destroy Cryphonectria parasitica (Murrill.) Barr. According to the specification, which was approved by the European Council or the European Commission's decision-making procedure. Information about the fumigation carried out indicate the phytosanitary certificate, stating the name of the active substance, the minimum temperature of the wood, the dosage (g/m3) and exposure time (h) the Czech Republic, Denmark, Greece (Crete, Lesbos Island), Ireland, Sweden, United Kingdom (except Isle of man) larch Larix Mill. 15. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1. 8.2. in paragraph 10, and in this annex, chapter II, paragraph 5 (B) of this annex and parts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12 plants referred to in point must be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery, and the place of production is not present in the lariciphil Cephalci (Klug.), Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man and Jersey) 16. Pine Pinus l., Picea a. Dietr. of the spruces, larch Larix Mill. both the baltegļ Mill., and Pseudotsuga Carr., of the Douglas genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2. and, in paragraph 9 of this annex, chapter II, point 4 of this annex, part B, and 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 15, paragraph plants, the case must be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery, and the place of production is not present in the abiedin Gremmeniell (Lag.) Morele to Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 17. Pine Pinus genus planting for plants, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2. and, in paragraph 9 of this annex, chapter II, point 4 of this annex, part B, and 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 16, paragraph plants, to be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery, and the place of production and the area around Thaumetopoea pityocampa not present (Dan. & Schiff.)
Spain (Ibiza) 18. Spruce Picea a. Dietr. genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds without prejudice to the provisions which apply these provisions in part A of annex 3, paragraph 1, of this annex, Chapter 8.1., 8.2. and in paragraph 10 of this annex, part A, chapter II, paragraph 5 (B) of this annex and parts 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12 and 16, paragraph plants, to be an official statement that the plants grown in the nursery, and the place of production is not present in the Gilpini hercynia (Hartig) Greece , Ireland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man and Jersey) 19. Eucalyptus eucalyptus l ' Heri. the genus of plants, other than fruit and seeds should be an official declaration that a) plants are without soil and treated in Portugal against gonipterus scutellatus Gyll., or (b)) it is known that the plant is not present for Gonipterus scutellatus Gyll Greece, Portugal (Azores) 20.1. potato Solanum tuberosum l., intended for planting tubers without prejudice to the provisions of these regulations applicable to annex 3, part A, paragraphs 10 and 11, of this annex, chapter 31. , 25.2 25.3 25.4.,., and in paragraph 6 and in part A of annex II the section 18.1, 18.2, 18.3, 18.4 and 18.6. plants referred to in point must be an official declaration that the tubers: a) grown in the territory for which it is known that Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) does not occur, or b) grown in soil or soil-free growing medium for which it is known that it is not present in BNYVV , or officially tested using appropriate methods, and have not been found, or (c) BNYVV) is clean and free of soil in France (Brittany), Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Finland, Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 20.2. potato Solanum tuberosum l., other than tubers of part B of this annex 20.1. as referred to in paragraph (a), soils in the shipment or lot in content may not exceed either weight or (b) tubers are for processing farms where is the officially approved waste disposal facilities, to prevent the risk of BNYVV France (Brittany), Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Finland, Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 20.3. potato Solanum tuberosum l. tubers without prejudice to this annex, chapter II, 18.1 18.2 and 18.5. the requirements referred to in paragraph 1, must be an official declaration that the completed plant protection control regulations set requirements for the control of potato cyst nematodes in Latvia Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, 21. Amelanchier Med., bun krūmcidonij a klinteņ of Chaenomel's Cotoneaster Ehrh Lindl.,., vilkābeļ of Crataegus l., Cydonia Mill., quince eribotrij Lindl., Eriobotry of the Apple tree Malus Mill., mespil the Mespil l., David fotīnij of the davidian Photini (Dcn.) Cardot, Pyracantha Roem. ugunsērkšķ a, PEAR Pyrus l., Sorbus l. Rowan tree genus of plants (other than fruit and seeds) and live for pollination pollen without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of annex 3, part A, 9, 9.1 and 18 and part B of these regulations referred to in paragraph 1, the case must be an official declaration that: (a) the country of origin of the plant) is one of the third countries for which according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has been recognized that it is not present in Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or b) plant originating in the territory of a third country that is not present in harmful organism Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., and formed in accordance with the relevant international standards for phytosanitary measures and recognised as such by the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure, or c) plant originating in one of the following cantons of Switzerland: Bern (except of the District of Trachselwald, Signa and Grison, Vaude, Fribourg, Valais), d) plant originating in one of the protected zones listed in the right-hand column, or e) plant for at least seven months (including the period from 1 April to 31 October) have been farmed or (if moved to the buffer zone) stored and kept in the field: aa) located at least 1 km away from officially recognized buffer zones that are at least 50 km2 where host plants shall be subject to officially approved and supervised control measures and established after the full end of the vegetation period and before the next full period of vegetation to reduce disease risk of Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., distributed the plants grown in the area. This buffer zone detailed descriptions must be stored so that they are available to the Commission and the other Member States. After you create a buffer zone, the official inspections must be carried out in the area (not including the field and surrounding area 500 m wide) at least once since the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation at the most appropriate time, and all the host that appears in Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. symptoms should immediately be destroyed. The results of each year until 1 may be submitted to the Commission and the other Member States, which, like bb) buffer zone has been officially approved before the full vegetation period and before the beginning of the last complete cycle of vegetation to start growing plants under the requirements laid down in paragraph 1, cc) which, like the surrounding area at least 500 m in width, since the last complete cycle of vegetation is recognized as such with no Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al. by official testing, at least:-the best in the field twice--once in June and once in august/august/November, and-once the surrounding area the best time-period from august to November, dd) from which plants were officially taken at the most appropriate time and officially tested for latent infection in accordance with an appropriate laboratory method. During the period from April 1, 2004 to December 2005 April 1 this requirement may not be applied to plants that are imported and moved to the protected zones, of which the list is located in the right hand column and reared and kept in fields that are officially recognized in the buffer zone in accordance with the relevant requirements applicable to 2004 April 1 Spain, Estonia, France (Corsica), Ireland, Italy (Abruzzi; Apulia; Basilicata; Calabria; Campania; Emilia-Romagna: Forlí-Cesena, Parma, Piacenza and Rimini provinces; Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Lazio; Liguria; In Lombardy; Marche; Molise; Piedmont; Sardinia; Sicily; Trentino-Alto Adige: autonomous province of Trento; Tuscany; Umbria; Valle d'Aosta; Veneto: except in Rovigo, Rovigo province, Polesell, Villamarzan, Polesin, San-Bellin Fratt, Badia Polesin, Trecent, Cenesell, Pontecchi, Polesin Polesin of Arquà, Costa di Rovigo, occhiobello, Lendinar, Canda, Ficarol, Guard Frassinell of the Veneto, Polesin, Villanova del Ghebb, the Umbertian, the Castelguglielm Fiess, di Po, Giaccian the Bagnol con Baruchell, Bosar, Canar, Lusia, Pincar, Stient, Gaib, Salar, and the communes in the province of Padua-Castelbald, Barbon, Piacenza d ' Adige, Vescovan, s. Urban, the Boar meat Pisani In the communes, and, in the province of Verona-Palù, Roverchiar, Legnag, Castagnar, all ' Adige-Ronc, Villa Bartolomeu, Oppean, terrazzo, Isola, Angiar, Rizz commune), Latvia, Lithuania, Austij (Burgenland, Carinthi, lower Austria, Tirol (administrative district Lienz), Styria, Vienna), Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man and Channel Islands) 21.1. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis l., other than fruit and seeds without prejudice to the prohibitions applicable to the provisions of part A of annex 3, paragraph 16 of the plants from third countries other than Switzerland, must have an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the plant is not present in Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch); or (b)) plants grown in places where, on the basis of the official examinations carried out for the past two full growing seasons, not found Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch); or (c) the plants carried out fumigation) or other appropriate treatments to prevent they with Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch) Cyprus 21.2. Vīnkok of the genus Vitis fruits without leaves and fruit is to be an official receipt that: (a)) it is known that the fruit is not present in the territory of origin Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch); or (b)) the fruit grown in places where, on the basis of the official examinations carried out for the past two full growing seasons, not found Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch); or (c) the fruit of fumigation carried out) or other appropriate treatments to prevent they with Daktulosphair vitifoliae (Fitch) Cyprus 21.3. Beehives in the period from 15 March to 30 June shall be documented approval that bee family: a) originating in a third country, which according to the European Commission or the Council of Europe's decision-making procedure has recognized that it is not present in Erwinia amylovora (Burr.) Winsl. et al., or b) originating in one of the Swiss cantons: Berne (except in the District of Trachselwald and Signa), Fribourg, Grison, Vaude, Valais, or c) originating in the protected zone referred to in the right column, or d) before moving made under the quarantine measures Spain, Estonia, France (Corsica), Ireland, Italy (Abruzzi; Apulia; Basilicata; Calabria; Campania; Emilia-Romagna: Forlí-Cesena, Parma, Piacenza and Rimini provinces; Friuli-Venezia Giulia; Lazio; Liguria; In Lombardy; Marche; Molise; Piedmont; Sardinia; Sicily; Tuscany; Umbria; Valle d'Aosta; Veneto: except in Rovigo, Rovigo province, Polesell, Villamarzan, Polesin, San-Bellin Fratt, Badia Polesin, Trecent, Cenesell, Pontecchi, Polesin Polesin of Arquà, Costa di Rovigo, occhiobello, Lendinar, Canda, Ficarol, Guard Frassinell of the Veneto, Polesin, Villanova del Ghebb, the Umbertian, the Castelguglielm Fiess, di Po, Giaccian the Bagnol con Baruchell, Bosar, Canar, Lusia, Pincar, Stient, Gaib, Salar, and the communes in the province of Padua-Castelbald, Barbon, Piacenza d ' Adige, Vescovan, s. Urban, the Boar meat Pisani In the communes, and, in the province of Verona-Palù, Roverchiar, Legnag, Castagnar, all ' Adige-Ronc, Villa Bartolomeu, Oppean, terrazzo, Isola, Angiar, Rizz commune), Latvia, Lithuania, Austria (Burgenland, Niederösterreich, Carinthi, Tirol (administrative district Lienz), Styria, Vienna), Portugal, Slovenia, Slovakia, Finland, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland, Isle of man and Channel Islands) 22. Leek Allium porrum l., celery Apium l., beet But of the genus, except those referred to in part B of this annex, paragraph 27 and the intended for animal feed, Brassica napus l., Brassica rapa l., carrot Daucus l. genus, except for plants intended for planting a) content of the soil or the cargo lot should not exceed one percent by weight, or b) plants for processing holdings with officially approved waste disposal facilities, to prevent the risk of BNYVV France (Brittany), Ireland, Finland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 23. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. intended for planting plants except the seeds) (a) without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this part of the annex chapter I and in paragraph 21.8.35.2, chapter II, paragraph 25, and (B) the part referred to in paragraph 22, to be an official statement that the plants: aa), individually tested and Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) is not found, or bb) grown from seed which meets this part B of the annex and paragraph 27.2 27.1. these requirements and-grown in the territory are known to, or is not present in BNYVV-grown in soil or growing medium, which officially tested by appropriate methods, and it has not been established, and the BNYVV-sampled, the samples tested and not found, (b) BNYVV) organization or research body that holds this material, it shall inform the Member State in the official plant protection service of the material concerned France (Brittany) , Finland, Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 24.1. Not rooted in the poinsettia Euphorbia pulcherrima Willd. planting cuttings provided without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 45 of the plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a)) it is known that the cuttings rooted not in the territory of origin are free of bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), or (b)) and on the cuttings and plants from which cuttings were obtained and stored or produced, the official checks carried out in the place of production at least every three weeks the full production period, not seen in bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), or (c) if the symptoms) at the place of production found bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), cuttings or plant from which cuttings were obtained, stored or produced in place of production, is appropriately treated, to ensure that they are not infested by bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), and then in the place of production bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) and the official checks carried out every week for three weeks before the move from this place, both through monitoring, during that period, bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) after its destruction procedures has not been established. The last of the above tests must be carried out weekly directly before that move Ireland, Portugal (Alentejo, Azores, Beira Interior, Beira Litoral, entre Douro e Minho, Madeira, Ribatejo e Oeste, Trás-os-Montes), Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom of Poinsettia Euphorbia 24.2. pulcherrima Willd. plants intended for planting, other than seeds-it: plants that package or flowers (or pielapj) or other indicators show that they are intended for sale to end users, which is not involved in professional plant production, without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 45 of the plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a) it is known that the place of production of the plant is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), or (b) on plants at the place of production during official inspections carried out at least every three weeks for nine weeks before the trade, is not observed in bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) signs, or (c) if the place of production found bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), cuttings or plant from which cuttings were obtained, stored or produced in place of production, is appropriately treated, to ensure that they are not infested by bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), and then in the place of production bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) and the official checks carried out every week for three weeks prior to moving from the place of production, and through monitoring, during that period, bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) have been found at its disposal procedures. The last of the above weekly checks should be carried out immediately before the transfer, and (d) is available on the confirmation that the plants are grown from cuttings: (da) for which it is known that the area of origin of bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) is not present, or (db) that the place of production during official inspections carried out at least every three weeks full production period, the plants have been bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), or signs (dc) if the place of production found bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), cuttings or plant from which cuttings were obtained, stored or produced in place of production, is appropriately treated, to ensure that they are not infested by bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), and then in the place of production bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) and the official checks carried out every week for three weeks before the move from this place, both through monitoring, during that period, bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) after its destruction procedures has not been established. The last of the above tests must be carried out weekly directly before that move Ireland, Portugal (Alentejo, Azores, Beira Interior, Beira Litoral, entre Douro e Minho, Madeira, Ribatejo e Oeste, Trás-os-Montes), Finland, Sweden, United Kingdom. Begoni Begonias of 24.3 genus of plants for planting should (remove the seeds, boom buļ mot and tuber onions) and the Ficus l. fikus and Hibs a ku hibiscus genus plants intended for planting, other than seeds (and plants that iep kojum or of flowers (or pielapj), or the development of other indicators show that the plants are intended for sale to end users, which is not involved in professional plant production) without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this chapter I of part A of the annex referred to in paragraph 45 of the plants, the case must be an official declaration that: (a) it is known that the plant is not present in bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), or (b) on official inspections carried out at least once every three weeks for nine weeks before the trade, the plants at the place of production not seen in bemisia tabaci Genn. signs, or (c) if the place of production found bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), cuttings or plant from which cuttings were obtained, stored or produced in place of production, is appropriately treated, to ensure that they are not infested by bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations), and then in the place of production bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) and the official checks carried out every week for three weeks before the move from this place, both through monitoring, during that period, bemisia tabaci Genn. (European populations) after its destruction procedures has not been established. The last of the above tests must be carried out weekly directly before that move Ireland, Portugal (Alentejo, Azores, Beira Interior, Beira Litoral, entre Douro e Minho, Madeira, Ribatejo e Oeste and Trás-os-Montes), the United Kingdom, Sweden, Finland 25. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. genus for the topside processing factory to be an official statement that the plants: (a) transported it to prevent the risk of the spread of BNYVV and are intended to deliver a recycling company where is the officially approved waste disposal facilities that prevent the spread of BNYVV risk, or (b) plants grown in the territory for which it is known that the BNYVV is not present in France (Brittany), Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Finland, Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 26. Soil and not sterilized on their beet (Beta Vulgaris L.) garbage must be formal tailoring evidence that soil or wastes: (a) treated to prevent contamination with Beet necrotic yellow vein virus disease agent, or (b) for transportation for the purpose of disposal in authorized manner, or (c) obtained from conventional beet beta Vulgaris plants which have been grown in the area for which it is known that the BNYVV is not present in France (Brittany), Ireland, Finland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 27.1. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. seed and fodder beet seed without prejudice to the requirements set the marketing of beet seed regulatory laws, the case must be an official declaration that a) basic seed and certified seed category seed complies with the conditions laid down in the beet solely regulatory laws; or (b) if the seed is not) fully certified, it-meet the beet solely regulatory laws and requirements-for processing beet solely in accordance with the laws governing, and their delivery to the processing undertaking, which is officially controlled waste disposal system to prevent Beet necrotic yellow vein virus (BNYVV) as, or c) seeds from crops grown in the area, which is known that it is not present in BNYVV France (Brittany), Ireland, Finland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 27.2. Conventional beet beta Vulgaris l. species of vegetable seeds without prejudice to the requirements laid down in the vegetable seed solely and regulatory laws, the case must be an official declaration that: (a)) treated seeds contain not more than 0.5% by weight of inert impurities (pelleted seed, this condition must be met before the pellet) or (b)) if the seed is processed, it is not-officially wrapped so as to prevent the risk of the spread of BNYVV and-for processing, in order to ensure "a" under certain conditions, and their delivery to the processing undertaking, which is officially controlled waste disposal system to prevent the spread of the (BNYVV) or c) seeds from crops grown in the area for which it is known that the BNYVV is not present in France (Brittany) , Finland, Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 28. Cotton Gossypium spp. the seeds should be an official declaration that: (a)) seeds treated with acid and b) at the place of production since the last complete cycle of vegetation start of Gossypium Glomerell have been observed in Edgerton, a representative sample is tested and the tests are not an Edgerton Gossypium Glomerell found Greece 28.1. Cotton Gossypium spp. the seeds should be an official declaration that the seed is treated with acid to Greece, Spain (Andalusia, Catalonia, Extremadura, Murcia, Valencia) 29. Mango Mangifera spp. the seeds should be an official declaration that it is known that the origin of the seed is not present in the Sternochet of the mangifera Fabrici Spain (Granada and Malaga), Portugal (Alentejo, Algarve and Madeira) 30. agricultural machinery used on a beet-growing areas) imported the technique must be clean and free of soil and plant debris or b) machinery must be imported from places that are known in BNYVV is not present in France (Brittany) , Finland, Ireland, Portugal (Azores), Lithuania, United Kingdom (Northern Ireland) 31. Citrus citrus l., fortunella Swingle, kinkān of China's small Mandarin Poncirus Raf. and their hybrids of the genus fruits originating in Spain, France (excluding Corsica), Cyprus or Italy without prejudice to the requirements applicable to this annex, chapter II, paragraph 30.1 fruits packaging requires mark of origin: a) the fruit must be free from leaves and stalks, or b) if fruits are leaves or stalks, the must be an official declaration that the fruit is located in a closed container sealed official and in this way are transported through a protected zone established for these fruits, as well as the packaging must bear the identification mark, which must also pass in Greece, France (Corsica), Malta, Portugal ' 29. Make 7. attachment as follows: "Annex 7 Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 rooms and their equipment in place of phytosanitary border control or customs warehouse 1. Control equipment so to ensure that: 1.1. inspection of documents and design; 1.2. quick communication with domestic services, laboratories, and the Customs authorities of the Member States; 1.3. document reproduction; 1.4. access to informative materials about the harmful organism identifi cation and distribution; 1.5. access to information on the plants, plant products and contact with them in the subject goods, which come from a third country and who have been in the phytosanitary regulations. 2. cargo control location provide: 2.1. unloading and loading; 2.2. sampling corresponding spaces containing: 2.2.1. suitable for lighting; 2.2.2. the table checks; 2.2.3. suitable equipment for Visual inspection, as well as the equipment room and phytosanitary inspections, disinfecting and devices used for sample preparation, to send them for laboratory analysis; 2.3. sampling and preparation equipment and suitable materials: 2.3.1 to go ' and to identify each sample; 2.3.2. suitable packaging (packaging) materials to send samples for laboratory examination; 2.3.3. a sample of the seal for the conclusion; 2.3.4. Sanitary border inspection stamps; 2.4. storage of goods according to the prescribed storage temperature of the products concerned. 3. the inspection site shall be equipped with: 3.1. equipment for loading and unloading of cargo, as well as the weight of a small part of the cargo for weighing; 3.2. equipment necessary for maintaining the temperature of the cargo unloading and storage room; 3.3. sampling equipment and appropriate packaging material for sending samples to the laboratory, as well as relevant Security; 3.4. equipment for in-depth inspection of samples on the spot; 3.5. devices for opening freight and packaging fastenings; 3.6. special equipment for the control of wood; 3.7. the safety equipment required for controlling the cargo; 3.8. the sewage system, ventilation system and the hot and cold drinking water. "
30. Annex 8 to be expressed by the following: ' Annex 8 Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 31. Express 9. attachment the following: '' 9. attachment of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 32. Annex 10 shall be expressed by the following: ' Annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 33. Express the annex by the following: ' Annex 11 of the Cabinet's 30 March 2004-Regulation No 218 34. Express 12. Annex follows 12. Annex: '' a Cabinet of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 35. To supplement the provisions of annex 13 with the following: ' Annex 13. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 36. To supplement the provisions of annex 14 the following: ' Annex ' 14. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 37. Supplement with Annex 15 as follows: "Annex 15. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 rooms and equipment plant and plant product export and re-export phytosanitary control in place of phytosanitary control take the places that offer the following plants and plant products test conditions: 1. the location of the test facilities so as to ensure that: 1.1. inspection of documents and design; 1.2. quick communication with domestic staff, laboratories and customs authorities; 1.3. document reproduction. 2. Check instead: 2.1 ensure the unloading and loading of cargo; 2.2. sampling corresponding spaces containing: 2.2.1. suitable for lighting; 2.2.2. the table checks; 2.3. ensure the storage of goods according to the prescribed storage temperature of the products concerned. 3. place of inspection equipped with: 3.1. equipment for loading and unloading of cargo, as well as the weight of a small part of weighing of the load; 3.2. equipment necessary for maintaining the temperature of the cargo unloading and storage room; 3.3. devices for opening and for freight go ņojum the clasp. "
38. To supplement the provisions of Annex 16 to the following: ' Annex 16. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 39. Supplement with Annex 17 the following: ' Annex ' 17. Cabinet of Ministers of 30 March 2004, the Regulation No 218 Prime Minister a. Halloween Minister of Agriculture m. rose