The Marketing Of Fodder Plant Seed And Solely Marketing Rules

Original Language Title: Lopbarības augu sēklaudzēšanas un sēklu tirdzniecības noteikumi

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 198, Riga, 22 March 2005 (pr. No 15 20) fodder plant and seed trading solely rules Issued in accordance with the law of the movement of the Seed article 2 1, point "a" section and article 17 fifth i. General questions 1. solely determine the marketing of fodder plant seed and the construction procedures of sales these rules referred to in annex 1, as well as crops of the institution that controls the importation of seeds from countries which are not Member States of the European Union.
2. the national plant protection services in the framework of the Organisation for economic cooperation and development (OECD) scheme of fodder plants: 2.1. submit for inclusion in the economic cooperation and development (OECD) in organ sation in the list of varieties only varieties that are included in the catalogue of plant varieties of Latvia and meet this organization scheme of fodder plants;
2.2. provide information on breeds of providers;
2.3. works with providers of varieties;
UR2.4.sl ēdz a written agreement with the notified bodies on the seed propagation outside the country;
2.5. delivers the Latvian original varieties of seed samples of propagating varieties kontrollauciņ sow with genuine seed varieties;
2.6. the supply of formal descriptions of varieties, propagating the hybrid varieties, inbred component descriptions;
UR2.7.atz short the reproduced seed identity.
3. If the marketing of fodder plant seed are propagated outside the European Union, the national plant protection service recorded contracts for seed multiplication in non-Member States of the European Union, in accordance with European Union law requirements for seed production in countries which are not members of the European Union, and the registration of contracts in the Member States. To register contracts for seed multiplication in a State which is not a Member State of the European Union, will be submitted to the national sēklaudzētāj of the plant protection service of the application and be accompanied by the following information: 3.1. State in which seeds will be produced;
3.2. forage plant species;
3.3. the quantity of seed to be produced, origin and category of seeds;
3.4. the contract provided for the marketing year, the estimated quantity into the European Union, the planned delivery period.
4. national plant protection officers decisions and administrative acts issued by the marketing of fodder plant seed and solely in the field of trade can be a challenge to the laws prescribed by written application to the national plant protection service Director.
II. categories of seed 5. Seed shall be divided into the following categories: 5.1. random seed (IR);
5.2. pre-basic seed (PB);
5.3. basic seed (B);
5.4. certified seed (C);
5.5. commercial seed (K).
6. the random seed (IR) is a specially selected seeds, in quantities that ensure the preservation of the characteristics of the variety for several generations. This seed is obtained and the application of the scheme for the pav establish breeder or maintainer of the variety. After the breeder or maintainer of the variety of initiatives can make a random seed certification (IS) to determine their actual quality.
7. Pre-basic seed (PB) is a seed which: 7.1 grown directly from a random seed (IS) the breeder or maintainer of the variety in the monitoring, in accordance with generally accepted practices for the maintenance of the variety;
7.2. for the production of basic seed and certified seed (B), (C) Kate crews seeds;
7.3. comply with the requirements set out in these provisions of the basic seed (B) or in accordance with a special indication – pre-basic seed (PB);
UR7.4.vis like a seed and preparation period is the national plant protection service control.
8. Basic seed (B) seed: UR8.1.ieg is moving from pre-basic seed (PB) or directly from a random seed (IR);
8.2. grown varieties of the breeder or maintainer of supervision, in accordance with generally accepted practices for the maintenance of the variety;
8.3. designed for the production of certified seed (C) category;
8.4. meet basic seed in these provisions (B);
UR8.5.vis like a seed and preparation period is the national plant protection service control.
9. Certified seed (C) are seeds which: 9.1 produced directly from basic seed (B) (as the breeder or breed of rētāj desires-uzt from high-grade seed);
9.2. comply with the requirements set out in these provisions of the certified seed (C) of the category;
UR9.3.nav intended for the production of seed, but for other purposes (such as for food, fodder, grass);
UR9.4.vis like a seed and preparation period is the national plant protection service control.
10. For certified lupins (Lupinus spp.), pea (Pisum sativum), vetch (Vicia spp.) and Lucerne (Medicago sativa) seed (C) is two generations: 10.1. certified seed of the first generation (C1);
UR10.2.otr third generation certified seed (C2).
11. the certified seed of the first generation (C1) (Lupin, peas, vetch and Lucerne) is a seed that: 11.1. grown from basic seed (B) (by the breeder or maintainer of the variety of desires – from the higher category seed);
11.2. comply with the requirements laid down in these rules for certified seed (C), or in accordance with a special indication – certified seed of the first generation (C1);
11.3. for certified seed, second generation (C2) production or for other purposes (such as for food, fodder, grass);
UR11.4.vis like a seed and preparation period is the national plant protection service control.
12. certified seed, second generation (C2) (Lupin, peas, vetch and Lucerne) is a seed that: 12.1 grown from certified seed of the first generation (C1) (by the breeder or maintainer of the variety of desires – from the higher category seed);
12.2. comply with the requirements laid down in these rules for certified seed (C), or in accordance with a special indication – the second generation of certified seed (C2);
UR12.3.nav designed solely for the future;
UR12.4.vis à cultivation and preparation period is the national plant protection service control.
13. Commercial seed (K) are seeds: 13.1.ir can be identified as belonging to the species of seeds;
13.2. comply with the requirements laid down in these rules for commercial seed (K);
UR13.3.vis like the run-up to seed is the national day of a plant protection control.
14. Commercial seed (K) can be the following species of fodder plants: 14.1. Maura grass (POA annua l.);
UR14.2.mie žabrāl (phalaris l. arudinace);
14.3. sowing esparset (onobrychis viciifoli the Scop.);
14.4. Eastern Galega (Galega orientalis Lam.);
14.5. the White Lotus (Melilotus Albus L.).
III. requirements 15. Solely Sēklaudzētāj can grow one or more species or varieties, or for the marketing of fodder plant seed unless it provides for different species or varieties, or categories of seed not mixing.
16. Sēklaudzētāj article history field, specify the location of the schema information for the given field used seeds, fertilisers and plant protection products.
17. in order to maintain the purity of the breed and to prevent the spread of disease and pests, the marketing of fodder plant species and varieties of volumes only deploys solely by priekšaug, which provides variety and species not be mixed. Repeating the marketing of fodder plant solely in the same field when observed at least five-year interval between Brassica species, the three-year interval between legumes and a two-year interval between other species. Plant shifts over the years in the history of the entry field.
18. If sēklaudzētāj owns both the organic company (or its part) and the company (or its part), which produces about the futility of conventional seed of fodder plants, the organic agricultural companies did not obtain its own varieties of seed or these rules referred to in point 14 species of fodder plants and seeds as a conventional farm (or part of it).
19. the minimum spatial isolation zone between the cross-pollinated forage plant varieties of the same species, or in one of the category of fields is solely determined in Appendix 2 to these regulations.
20. In the event of non-compliance with spatial isolation zone, State plant protection service officer (hereinafter Inspector) warns of the need. Sēklaudzētāj repeatedly log on field inspection of the establishment of this zone.
21. If the spatial isolation of the bar are not possible, an area located in the spatial isolation of the bar, not accepted as solely used.
22. If a field inspection found that the spatial isolation of the bar are not possible, field inspection Protocol shall only be issued after an inspector has determined that the area located in the spatial isolation of the bar are harvested separately, about making a record field of view.
23. Spatial isolation zone between one species or varieties and one category solely of fodder plant fields shall not be taken into account if there is sufficient protection against undesirable foreign pollination.
24. Self-pollinated species of lupines (Lupinus spp.), pea (Pisum sativum), vetch (Vicia spp.) and Lucerne (Medicago sativa) varieties of spatial isolation zone between the volume of other species or the same species and the same kind of volumes of other categories must be such that the seed harvest would not be possible during the mixing.
IV. field of view Solely

25. in order to assess the field solely the general condition and their compliance with the rules laid down in chapter III, as well as determine the purity of the species and variety in accordance with the provisions of annex 3 requirements, the Inspector is carrying out field inspection.
26. Sēklaudzētāj each year until 1 June to submit application (annex 4) national plant protection services in the marketing of fodder plant seed of field viewing.
27. If the field of application solely is submitted after this provision paragraph 26 the deadline, the application shall be accompanied by written information lag on the reasons for non-compliance with the time limit.
28. the national plant protection service does not accept solely viewing field of application: the application does not specify a 28.1. all 3 of these regulations listed in the annex;
UR28.2.nor-Statistical Pocketbook 2009 priekšaug do not comply with this rule 17;
28.3. the application to the field of view are solely submitted after 26 of these regulations specified in points and reached e. g., phenology, such plants in the development phase, when it is no longer possible to find varieties of different morphological characteristics.
29. the field shall be made public by the plant protection service Inspector.
30. Before the field inspection officer familiar with the quality of seed, the supporting documents and records in the history of the field.
31. Seeded seeds quality certifies: 31.1. in Latvia the seed-certified seed packing label with "European Union rules and standards" (if the seed is intended for the agricultural trading) and a certificate of seed;
UR31.2.izs delegate that the random seed varieties for seeding the next maintainer of order, pav-maintainer of the variety written proof;
He UR31.3.cit in a Member State of the European Union for the seed-certified seed ie-packaging label marked "European Union rules and standards";
19.5. a State which is not a Member State of the European Union, certified seeds, between-the control of seed Exchange Association (ISTA) certificate and the Organization for economic cooperation and development (OECD) certificate.
32. the national plant protection services shall decide to refuse a field guide and volume of solely for unusable before inspections if: UR32.1.nav seeded seeds quality supporting documents or they do not comply with this provision, paragraph 31;
32.2. checking the records in the history of the field, the Inspector finds that rule 17 violations of or non-compliance with the information contained in the application;
UR32.3.nav field history.
33. the inspection carried out at least once during the period of vegetation in the crop development phase, e. g., phenology, best visible when Visual variety in morphological features, the most accurate determination of varietal purity and the detection of infected plants.
34. feed solely on the fields is not tolerated the presence (of Avena fatua, Avena sterilis) and Ludovik oatmeal (Avena ludoviciana) presence.
35. basic seed legumes fields not allowed-(Melilotus spp.).
36. If the presence of field notes solely (Avena fatua, Avena sterilis) or Ludovik of oats (Avena ludoviciana) or basic seed legumes field-(Melilotus spp.), the Inspector may give directions in writing of a seed grown in them izravē or separate part of the field with the colonies of plants harvested separately. After the due date, but not later than five days after the previous viewing field inspection carried out repeatedly.
37. If, during a field inspection or inspection of seeds sown, finds that irregularities or non-compliance with the relevant volume for a category of seed, seed category to the appropriate category lowered, in the light of these provisions for the acquisition of seed categories, or recognised as not solely usable. If the deficiencies may prevent the execution of instructions of the Inspector, field inspection carried out repeatedly, but not later than five days after the previous view.
38. If a field inspection found that the volume meets the requirements of these regulations, the inspector shall take a decision on its conformity with the relevant categories of seed production.
39. If the volume does not comply with the rules laid down in chapter III, as well as the requirements of the species and variety purity requirements, State plant protection service of the solely volume unusable. The resulting harvest shall not be included in the further evaluation of the seed.
40. After the last field inspections, based on field inspections results, national plant protection services prepares a fodder plant solely field inspection protocol in two copies (annex 5).
41. Fodder plant solely field inspections protocol first copy shall be issued by the sēklaudzētāj, the second copy will remain on the national plant protection service.
42. Fodder plant solely field inspections Protocol shall be issued within three days after the completion of the field of view solely.
V. evaluation of seed quality At the request of 43 sēklaudzētāj (annex 6) receive an average seed sampling, analysis and the production of labels the Inspector to assess the quality of the seed removes a sample from each batch of seeds produced.
44. the seed samples removed by the Inspector, who has won the national plant protection service seed strippers or qualifications of the international seed testing Association (ISTA) seed remover.
45. the seed removed from uniform seed lot. If the seed lot is not sufficiently uniform and do not meet the international seed testing Association (ISTA) rules, assessment of the seed lot refuses.
46. the weight of the seed lot is laid down in annex 7 of these rules. The maximum weight of a seed lot size may not exceed more than five percent.
47. If the weight of the seed lot exceed the provisions laid down in annex 7. size of more than five percent, splits it into several batches of seed according to the species.
48.No removes the seed lot average quality of seed samples for evaluation and follow-up. The average sample consists of the following parts, which set the minimum mass of this provision in annex 7:29.9. sample seed quality characteristics;
48.2. the post-control of seed samples;
48.3. the sample moisture content and seed pest invasion (placed in hermetically sealed containers).
49. the seed samples for quality indicators of national plant protection services in at least a year. Follow-up sample of seed remaining stores, to complete the evaluation of the sample.
50. The quality of the seed is certainly this provision in annex 8.
51. Fodder plant seed is not permissible in the presence (of Avena fatua, Avena sterilis) and Ludovik oatmeal (Avena ludoviciana) seed oil.
52. If the pre-basic category (PB) or the base category (B) seed germination identified in the analysis do not meet these rules laid down in annex 8 minimum germination of seed, at the national plant protection service authorization can certify seed with reduced germination. The special category in accordance with the label Specifies the seed germination, seed lot number as well as the merchant's last name (legal person – name) and address.
Vi. packaging of seed 53. For small packages of seed shall be considered packaging with a net weight of up to ten kilograms and bundles of basic seed, certified seed, commercial seed or seed mixture.
54. Small package of the European Union shall be classified as follows: (A) the type of packing of 54.1. (net weight up to two kilograms), mixtures of seed packages which are not intended solely for fodder plants and the production of fodder plants. When used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, their weight is not counted in the total weight;
54.2. (B) the type of packaging (net weight up to 10 kg), pack of basic seed, certified seed, commercial seed or seed mixtures. When used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, their weight is not counted in the total weight.
55. Fodder plant seed marketed in the form of homogeneous lots packed. Going to seed-ņojum closed (except in small packages of the European Union) or repackaged State plant protection service of the. Some European Union type B packaging repackaged State plant protection service of the.
56. the Lashings of the materials chosen so as to preserve the quality of the seed and pulp and seeds are not mixed.
57. In the warehouse of the seed lot located so that any package could have free access to the unit and remove the sample.
VII. labelling of the packaging of the seed with the official labels 58. Package of seeds official label is under strict State plant protection service. Label minimum size is 110x67 millimetres. The color specified in annex 9 of these regulations. The label may be with a rope hole, adhesive or piešujam. You can replace the label with a timestamp, which is represented in the label content.
59. the use of the label the following seed packs: 59.1. pre-basic seed;
59.2. basic seed (including small European Union type B packaging);
59.3. certified seed (except a small Union of wrapping type B);
59.4. commercial seed (except a small Union of wrapping type B);
59.5. seed mixtures (except a small Union of wrapping the type A and B);
59.6. seeds, which are not fully certified.

60. at the request of the packer of seed national plant protection services in the small European Union type B packages of seed can be issued the official label for the purposes of this provision the requirements of Chapter VII.
61. In concluding this rule 59. package of seeds referred to in paragraph 1, they shall be affixed on the outside do not use the official label, which corresponds to the information provided in this provision in annex 10 (packaging, commercial annex 11) certain content.
62. If you do not use adhesive or tear-off labels or timestamp, package inserts (10. Chapter II of annex a) labels. Typographic design of the document differs from the label that they cannot be confused.
63. If you use a label with cords, labels fastening holes sealed.
64. the packaging of the seed's official label (first time or repeat) only State plant protection service of the.
65. If the certification process defined in the seed lot quality does not meet the requirements of and is not a demonstration with a certificate of seed, the seed lots eliminates the official label of the national plant protection service.
66. If the seed is treated with biopreparāt, plant protection products or chemicals, this is indicated by the label.
67. the genetically modified seed varieties to any label or document, official or otherwise, which is affixed to or accompanies the seed lot shall clearly indicate that the variety has been genetically modified.
68. Packing and seed mixtures etiķetēj, follow that rule in chapter VI and VII. The information on the label correspond to those provisions laid down in annex 12.
69. Seeds that are not fully certified, but grown and harvested UR69.1.kas: Member State of the European Union or in a country where the European Union allocated to the equivalence of field inspections and for the production of certified seed and meeting organisation for economic cooperation and development (OECD) fodder plant seed schemes and the chain law to the requirements of article 7, can fully certified in Latvia. Seeds are packaged and labelled in accordance with the Organisation for economic cooperation and development (OECD);
UR69.2.kas harvested in Latvia and intended for certification in another Member State of the European Union, wrapped the State plant protection service of the. Seeds are packaged and labelled in accordance with the law of the movement of the seed and the provisions of chapters VI and VII. The label must be affixed to the packaging of seed and add accompanying document (annex 13);
UR69.3.kas picked one agricultural company in Latvia and intended for certification for other agricultural company in Latvia, packaged State plant protection service of the. Seeds are packaged and labelled in accordance with the law of the movement of the seed and the provisions of chapters VI and VII. The label must be affixed to the packaging of the seeds in the seed that is not fully certified.
70. This provision 69 requirements of packaging and labelling do not apply to the cases for which a national plant protection service agreed with the other public body.
VIII. the labelling of the packaging of the seed with the packer labels 71. Packer (supplier) label used for such seed packs: 71.1. small European Union type A package;
71.2. small European Union type B packages (except packages of basic seed and the provisions referred to in paragraph 60 of the package).
72. the European Union's small type A packaging label Packer points this provision 14. information referred to in the annex.
73. Packer, by a small Union type (A) and (B) the packaging of the seed, ensure that they cannot be opened without damaging the system of seals or without leaving visible damage on the label or packaging.
74. A small European Union type B (C) certified seed, commercial seed or seed mixtures (K) in the package's label indicates this player sai rules referred to in annex 13.
75. If the small European Union type B packaging is transparent, the label can be put inside the package, if it can be read through the package.
76. the European Union, the small type B packages of seed of carrying the label again allowed only national plant protection services.
77. the packer seed accounting log information about all the small (A) and (B) European Union type packages contained seed lots, providing traceability of the seed lot and the opportunity to test the seed of Eden titāt.
78. Packer, use your labels, follow that rule 66 and 67 in..
IX. Seed mixtures 79. Latvia is permissible: 79.1. different genera of fodder plants, species and varieties of seed mixture preparation;
79.2. different fodder plant and cereal seed mixture preparation;
79.3. different fodder plant and oil seed mixture.
80. This provision, paragraph 79 of seed mixtures used in the preparation of crop variety, if: they included 80.1. The European Union's common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant species or the catalogue of varieties of Latvia;
80.2. catalogs do not have comments on certain specific characteristics of the variety, which does not allow you to create blends.
81. prior to preparation of the seed mixtures shall evaluate its components conformity with the relevant categories of seed quality.
82. establishment of seed mixtures: 82.1. preparation of seed mixtures are used in equipment that will ensure the finished mixture is uniform; the seed
82.2. develop seed mixing job descriptions of procedures to ensure the quality of the seed mixture. Seed mixing job descriptions of procedures before work submitted to the national plant protection service;
82.3. approves of the seed mixture preparation procedure the responsible person;
82.4. seed accounting log indicates all information included in mixtures of seeds for the seed lots, providing traceability of the seed lot and the possibility to check the identity of the seed.
83. prior to preparation of seed mixtures are mixtures of seed establishments submit national plant protection services following information: 83.1. seed weight of the components of a mixture, the percentage indicating, by species or, where appropriate, by variety;
51.7. the name of the mixture if it is used for the marking of packaging.
84. the preparation of the mixture of seeds (production) by random checks of the national plant protection service: 84.1. controlling each of the components of a mixture of identity and weight, as well as checking the labels identifying the packages of seed;
52.3. in checking the mixing operation and finished mixtures.
85. the information on use of the seed mixtures indicate on the official label or a label of the packer.
Seed x 86. seeds to market after being recognised by the description "pre-basic seed (PB) (B) of basic seed, certified seed or commercial seed (C), (K) of the category. State plant protection service of the imported seed controls the market of Latvia, in accordance with the provisions of the EU law. In accordance with the law of the movement of the Seed article 17, second paragraph, point 5 miežabrāļ (phalaris l. arundinace), Eastern Galega (Galega orientalis Lam.) and White Lotus (Melilotus Albus l.) seeds may be imported and marketed also in cases where variety of the species listed in the European Union are not included in the common catalogue of varieties or varieties of plants in Latvia, but it complies with the requirements laid down in these provisions.
87. In accordance with the provisions of section 69.3. may never sell certified seed, if there is a written agreement between the buyer and the seller is informed about it and the national plant protection service.
88. in Latvia the market of seed mixtures prepared in Latvia this provision in accordance with the procedure laid down in IXnodaļ or in other Member States of the European Union under European Union law.
89. the commercial component of blends of seed germination match the germination capacity, provided for in these regulations, each specific to the certified seed of the species category.
90. A small Union of wrapping type (A) and (B) containing a mixture of seeds with a reduced germination can be traded for a separate stand or site with "seed germination reduced". In such cases, each package Unit indicates the actual seed germination.
91. The dealer every year until august 1 to notify Field support services to regional agricultural administration, the marketing of fodder plant seed (by species) the quantity (in quintals) not realized until 30 June.
XI. Sēklaudzētāj, a seed producer, packer and the Merchant Registration 92. State plant protection service registers seed establishments, sēklaudzētāj, Packer, traders and importers of seeds and sēklaudzētāj and seed dealer shall issue the certificate of registration.
93. To register Sēklaudzētāj and seed merchants in the register, the person shall submit to the national plant protection services in the application (annex 15), and depending on the occupation, the following information: 93.1. sēklaudzētāj: 93.1.1.ar related solely to rural plans, indicating the area (ha);
93.1.2. the field of history;
93.2. Packer-establishments or facilities description, specifying its membership. Establishment of seed mixtures also adds information about the preparation of seed mixtures, which will ensure the finished mixture is uniform; the seed

93.3. Seedsman-information about the origin of seed intended for marketing, including cooperation partners;
93.4. importer-information about the origin of seed intended for marketing, including cooperation partners.
94. the national plant protection services in ten working days evaluate applications and information and decide on the establishment of seed sēklaudzētāj, Packer, importer or dealer registration Sēklaudzētāj and seed dealers.
95. The decision taken by the national plant protection service shall inform the parties within five working days after the decision. If the decision is positive, the person shall be issued within five working days and sēklaudzētāj seed dealer registration certificate (annex 16).
96. Each sēklaudzētāj, a seed establishment, Packer, importer, marketer and is granted registration code. The code is the first two characters specify the address (postal district the first two digits), the other characters – serial number.
97. the national plant protection services in the cancelled registration two weeks: 60.3. after sēklaudzētāj, a seed establishment, Packer, trader or importer's written application;
97.2. If it is established that these rules are not satisfied, VII, VIII, X or the requirements set out in chapter XI, and composed of the Act;
60.5. If the national plant protection services in two years is not applied for the marketing of fodder plant seed certification.
98. the decision on the cancellation of the registration sēklaudzētāj, seed saver, prepare Packer, trader or importer shall notify in writing within five working days following its adoption.
XII. documentation of seed 99. Based on field inspections and seed evaluation results, national plant protection services in Sēklaudzētāj and seed merchant register persons established within the seed quality of issued documents.
100. The quality of the seed is the seed of the identity document certificate (annex 17). If the quality of the seed not satisfying the requirements of this regulation, issued a report on the results of the evaluation (annex 18).
101. the certificate shall be issued when the seed all the average seed lot sample assessment results indicators meet certain species of seed for the category requirements and is conducted solely before viewing the field.
102. Commercial seed (K) certificate shall be issued when all the average seed lot and the results of the evaluation of the sample corresponds to the seed of the species in commercial seed category (K).
103. the report "evaluation of the results of seed" shall be issued where: 103.1. what of the resulting seed lot quality characteristics do not match the corresponding category of seed;
UR103.2.nov ērtēt only individual indicators;
103.3. seed samples are not removed by the inspector or sampling does not meet the international seed testing Association (ISTA) requirements.
104. the certificate or report of seed ' seed evaluation results "issued three days after completion of the seed evaluation.
105. the period of validity of the certificate of seeds, seed germination, from the date of completion of the analysis are as follows: 105.1. one year, all species of fodder plants and seeds (including mixtures), if the moisture content is not more than: 105.1.1. the cabbage family fodder plants (fodder turnips, fodder for cabbage, oil rutk) to 9 percent;
105.1.2. Fabaceae (Slavonian vanagnadziņ, alfalfa, clover, esparset, to the East and White Lotus Galega) – 13 percent;
105.1.3. grasses, peas, lupins and vetches, beans – 15 percent;
UR105.2.tr short months – seeds infested with live mites or other living seed pests that destroy the seed storage, and in which the specified moisture content does not exceed: 105.2.1. cabbage family fodder plants (fodder turnips, fodder oil-cabbage, rutk), 12 percent;
105.2.2. Fabaceae (Slavonian vanagnadziņ, alfalfa, esparset, ob-ling, the East and the White Lotus Galega) – 14.5 percent;
105.2.3. grasses, peas, lupins and vetches, beans-16, 5procent;
one month the 105.3. If specified moisture content exceeds this rule 105.2. referred to.
106. If the quality of the seed of the formal validity of the extended before another seed certificate had expired seeds reassessed to determine their germination and pest infestation.
107. when to seed a certificate expires, the repeated examination of seed germination rates specified corresponds to the pre-defined categories of seed, State plant protection service of the seeds the period of validity of the certificate shall be extended for the period referred to in paragraph 105 and issue a certificate of seed annex (annex 19).
108. Sēklaudzētāj and seed merchant persons registered in the register of sorts of seed inventory journal. The journal recorded all the fodder plant species and varieties of seeds and uses, indicating for each operation, a quantity of seed used and the owner of the seed with the signature. Commercial transactions require the indication for the buyer.
109. at the written request of the sēklaudzētāj State plant protection service issued: 109.1. Organisation for economic cooperation and development (OECD) certificate and the label, if the marketing of fodder plant seed meet this organization scheme of fodder plants;
109.2. International seed testing Association (ISTA) Orange, green or blue.
XIII. follow-up of kontrollauciņo Seed 110. to ensure that the seed propagation process is ensured and preserved forage plant species and varieties, species identity and varietal purity and health of plants, State plant protection service shall carry out seed a follow up kontrollauciņo.
111. follow-up of the seed shall be carried out in accordance with the law of the movement of the Seed article 10.
112. follow-up of kontrollauciņo Seed is required for all species of fodder plants and seeds of all categories of propagating. Follow up kontrollauciņo of not less than 10 percent of the crop self-pollinated and not less than 20 per cent certified seed, second generation (C2) and certified pollinated the marketing of fodder plant seed (C) lot.
113. the State plant protection service of the follow-up of the seed kontrollauciņ the results of the evaluation shall be made public.
114. in accordance with the law of the movement of the Seed article 2 paragraph 4 the "h" point of the national plant protection service participates in the marketing of fodder plant seed in the European Union, comparative tests and trials carried out, in order to harmonise the technical methods of certification and to check compliance with the conditions for seed, as well as to compliance with these rules, certified seed lot included in these comparative tests and trials.
115. the comparative tests and trials may also include that the seed lot: UR115.1.nov ākt in countries which are not members of the European Union;
115.2. suitable for organic farming;
115.3. marketed in relation to the conservation of genetic resources of the natural range of the place (in situ) and long-lasting use.
XIV. Closing questions 116. Be declared unenforceable in Minis-3 Cabinet 3 April 2001, the provisions of no. 157 "fodder plant and seed trading solely rules" (Latvian journal, 2001, 56 no; 2003; 2004, nr. 137.69 no).
117. the rules shall enter into force on the 1 June 2005.
Informative reference to European Union directives, the regulations include provisions resulting from: 1) Council of 14 June 1966 Directives 66/401/EEC for seed of the feed material;
2) 1975 Commission 25 July Directive 75/502/EEC prohibits the meadow grass (Poa pratensis l.) seed has been officially certified as basic seed or certified seed;
3) Commission of 27 February 1986 Directive 86/109/EEC on the limitation of certain species of fodder plants and oil and fibre plants to seed the marketing of seed which has been officially certified as "basic seed" or "certified category seed category.
Instead, the Prime Minister of children and Family Affairs Minister a. Baštik in agricultural Minister m. rose Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force by 1 June 2005.
 
1. the annex to Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 species of fodder crops i. grasses (Graminea) 1. Normal bent (Agrostis capillar by L.)
2. White bent (Agrostis gigante) 3. Creeping bent (Agrostis stolonifera l.)
4. Meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis l.)
5. High tall oatgrass (arrhenatherum elatius (l.) P. Beauv. ex. J. s. et k. Presl.) B
6. Cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerat l. by)
7. Tall Fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreber) 8. Sheep's Fescue (Festuca ovina l.)
9. Meadow Fescue (Festuca pratensis Hudson) 10. Red Fescue (Festuca rubra l.)
11. Hybrid ryegrass (Lolium × boucheanum Kunth) Auzeņairen 12 (x festulolium) (Festuca spp. × Lolium spp.)
13. Italian ryegrass, including one of the Vestervald airen (Lolium multiflor Lam. var. westervololic of) 14. Perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne l.)
15. Timothy (Phleum pratense l.)
16. Timothy (Phleum bertolonii DC) 17. Moorish meadowgrass (POA annua l.)
18. Swamp meadowgrass (Poa palustris l.)
19. Meadow grass (Poa pratensis l.)
20. The usual meadowgrass (POA trivial by L.)
21. Miežabrāl (phalaris l. arundinace)
II. Fabaceae (Leguminosae) 22. Horned ones vanagnadziņ (Lotus corniculatus l.)

23. White Lupin (Lupinus Albus L.)
24. Blue Lupin (Lupinus angustifolius l.)
25. Yellow Lupin (Lupinus luteus l.)
26. the Lucerne (Medicago sativa l.)
27. Hybrid alfalfa (Medicago x Varia t. Martyn) 28 sainfoin (onobrychis viciifoli the Scop.)
29. Pea (Pisum sativum l. (partim)) 30. Alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum l.)
31. Red clover (Trifolium pratense l.)
32. White clover (Trifolium repens l.)
33. Field beans (Vicia faba l. (partim)) 34. Summer vetches (Vicia sativa L.)
35. Winter vetches (Vicia villosa Roth) 36 East Galega (Galega orientalis Lam.)
37. White Melilotus (Melilotus Albus L.)
III. Other species 38. Forage turnips (Brassica napus l. var. napobrassic (l.) Rchb.)
39. fodder Kale (Brassica oleracea l. convar. acephala (DC.) Alef. can. medullos a Thell. + can. by varid L.)
40. the California Bluebell (Phaceli of the tanacetifoli Benth.)
41. The oil radish (raphanus sativus l. var. oleiform by the person.)
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 2 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 minimum spatial isolation (in metres) between the cross-pollinated species of fodder plant varieties and seed of the same category solely in no PO box
Fodder plant species field size 2 ha and less greater than 2 h 1.
Grasses and legumes, oilseed radish, except for pea: 1.1.
the seed is used for further propagation of 200 m 100 m 1.2.
seed is produced to feed, forage production or landscaping volume 100 m 50 m 2.
Fodder turnips, fodder kale and California Bluebell: 2.1.
basic seed (B) 400 m 400 m 2.2.
certified seed (C) 200 m 200 m Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 3 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations No 303 requirements for the purity of the species and variety of the fields 1. Solely solely fields species and varieties are easily identifiable. Maximum of other plant species and varieties of admixture is: no PO box
Constraint field where grown pre-basic and basic seed, certified seed 1.
Maximum hard nošķirojam the other crops and weeds (3 and 4 of this annex) admixture: 1.1.1.
all species except the meadow grass will grow to 30 m2 1 1 plant per 10 m2 1.1.2.
Polyclonal varieties of meadow grass 1 aug to 20 m2 4 plants per 10 m2 1.1.3.
apomictic and monoklon varieties of meadow grass 1 aug to 20 plants per 10 m2 m2 6 1.2.
Another species, the presence of perennial ryegrass airen, including 1 to 50 plant festulolium m2 1 plant per 10 m2 1.3.
Maximum breeding other varieties: 1.3.1.
all species except the meadow grass, sowing peas, field beans, forage and fodder Swede cabbage 1 aug to 30 m2 1 plant per 10 m2 1.3.2.
Polyclonal varieties of meadow grass 1 aug to 20 m2 4 plants per 10 m2 1.3.3.
the Uni of apomictic meadow grass varieties 1 aug to 20 m2 6 plants per 10 m2 2. Sowing peas, field beans, fodder turnips, fodder and of apomictic uni sprouts of meadow grass varieties are as follows: 2.1 the varietal purity of basic seed 99.7%;-
2.2. pea and field bean of the certified seed of the first generation (C1)-99%;
2.3. pea and field bean for certified seed, second generation (C2) and forage, fodder Swede and of apomictic uni cabbage meadow grass of certified seed of varieties – 98%.
3. From the grasses and crops are difficult to nošķirojam weeds: no PO box
Grasses are difficult crops weeds nošķirojam 3.1.
Brown top Cocksfoot not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) ordinary grass common Yarrow (millefoli of Achile) meadow grass plain ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) Red Fescue ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.2.
White bent Cocksfoot not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) meadow grass common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) normal ciņusmilg red Fescue (caespitos of Deschampsi) normal normal grass daisies (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.3.
Creeping bent Cocksfoot not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) ordinary grass common Yarrow (millefoli of Achile) meadow grass plain ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) Red Fescue ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.4.
Meadow foxtail Cocksfoot curved foxtail (Alopecurus geniculat) meadow grass forest suņuburkšķ (Anhrisc sylvestris of) the usual villains in the grass meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.5.
High tall oatgrass-Italian ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) perennial ryegrass the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) annual ryegrass Cocksfoot Tall Fescue meadow Fescue red Fescue 3.6.
Cocksfoot Italian ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) perennial ryegrass farm Brome (Bromus arvensis of) annual ryegrass blue psyllium (Plantag-lanceolat) Tall Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) in the meduszāl meadow Fescue villains (the Holc lanat), red Fescue grasslands for sheep Fescue grass 3.7.
Tall Fescue Italian ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) perennial ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) annual ryegrass farm Brome (Bromus arvensis the) meadow Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) ordinary Cocksfoot ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) Red Fescue 3.8.
Sheep Fescue Italian ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) perennial ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) annual ryegrass for hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) Cocksfoot red Fescue Tall Fescue meadow Fescue grasslands meadowgrass 3.9.
Meadow Fescue Italian ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) perennial ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) annual ryegrass farm Brome (Bromus arvensis of) Cocksfoot ordinary ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) Tall Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) Red Fescue 3.10.
Red Fescue Italian ryegrass sheep's Fescue (Festuca ovina), perennial ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) annual ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) Cocksfoot hemlock-grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) Tall Fescue meadow Fescue grasslands meadowgrass 3.11.
Hybrid ryegrass perennial ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) Italian ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) annual ryegrass farm Brome (Bromus arvensis of) Cocksfoot of foxtail Alopecurus myosuroides (Alopecurus myosuroides) Tall Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) meadow Fescue red Fescue 3.12.
Auzeņairen of perennial ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) Italian ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) annual ryegrass farm Brome (Bromus arvensis of) Cocksfoot of foxtail Alopecurus myosuroides (Alopecurus myosuroides) Tall Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) meadow Fescue red Fescue 3.13.
Italian ryegrass perennial ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) Cocksfoot soft Brome (Bromus-moll) Tall Fescue farm Brome (Bromus arvensis the) meadow Fescue of foxtail Alopecurus myosuroides (Alopecurus myosuroides) Red Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) 3.14.
Perennial ryegrass Italian ryegrass creeping twitch (the Elytrigi repens) annual ryegrass in soft Brome (Bromus-moll) Cocksfoot farm Brome (Bromus arvensis in) Tall Fescue Alopecurus myosuroides-foxtail (Alopecurus myosuroides) meadow Fescue of the hemlock grābeklīt (Erodi of cicutari) Red Fescue 3.15.
Timothy White Clover white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) alsike clover field mīkstpien (for Sonch arvensis) miežabrāl a little Sorrel (Rumex acetosell) Timothy soft madara (mollug of the Gali) are not the perfumed vanagnadziņ horned suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) usually driven (Stellari media) normal zilgalvīt (Prunell Vulgaris) normal zvēren (Barbare Vulgaris) farm Pansy (Viola arvensis) dirt merganser (Spergul arvensis) farm not aizmirstulīt (the Myosot arvensis) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) 3.16.
Timothy White Clover white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) alsike clover field mīkstpien (for Sonch arvensis) miežabrāl a little Sorrel (Rumex acetosell) in the vanagnadziņ soft-horned madara (mollug of the Gali) Timothy not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) usually driven (Stellari media) normal zilgalvīt (Prunell Vulgaris) normal zvēren (Barbare Vulgaris) farm Pansy (Viola arvensis) dirt merganser (Spergul arvensis) farm not aizmirstulīt (the Myosot arvensis) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) 3.17.
Maura Cocksfoot grass not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) meadow grass common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) swamp meadowgrass ordinary ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) normal normal krustain grass (Seneci the vulgar), red Fescue ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense)


the villains in the meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.18.
Swamp meadowgrass Cocksfoot not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) meadow grass common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) normal ciņusmilg red Fescue (caespitos of Deschampsi) normal normal krustain grass (Seneci the vulgar) ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.19.
Cocksfoot meadow grass not perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) swamp meadowgrass common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) normal ciņusmilg red Fescue (caespitos of Deschampsi) normal normal krustain grass (Seneci the vulgar) ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.20.
Cocksfoot grass not normally the perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) meadow grass common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) swamp meadowgrass ordinary ciņusmilg (the caespitos Deschampsi) Maura meadowgrass ordinary krustain (of Seneci vulgare), red Fescue ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) normal rudzusmilg (Aper the Spica Venti) farm usn (Cirsi of arvense) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) Hare sedge (Carex leporin) 3.21.
Miežabrāl by Timothy White Pigweed (Chenopodium album) the perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) common Yarrow (Achile's millefoli) ordinary Daisy (Leuhanthem vulgare) villains in meduszāl (the Holc lanat) 4. legumes of the nošķirojam from the difficult crops and weeds: no PO box
The Fabaceae are hard to nošķirojam crops weeds 4.1.
The horned white clover vanagnadziņ clover firecracker (silent-dichotom) yellow clover alsike clover (Trifolium strepen) yellow alfalfa fields Saint Veronica (Veronica Agrostis) of zvēren lokaugļ (the arcuat Barbare) black driģen (Hyosciam of niger) spulgotn (of Melandry sp.)
4.2. Lucerne white Melilotus Pigweed amaranth (Amaranth-blitoid), yellow Lucerne white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) East zvēren Galega normal (Barbare Vulgaris) yellow red clover Melilotus (Melilotus officinalis), daudzsēkl of the horned vanagnadziņ Pigweed (Chenopodium polisperm) in alfalfa hybrid wild carrot (Daucus carota) Blue psyllium (Plantag-lanceolat) Green saren (Setari viridis) bluish saren (the glauc Setari) 4.3.
Hybrid Lucerne white Pigweed amaranth Melilotus (Amaranth-blitoid), yellow Lucerne white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) East zvēren Galega normal (Barbare Vulgaris) yellow red clover Melilotus (Melilotus officinalis), daudzsēkl of the horned vanagnadziņ Pigweed (Chenopodium polisperm) Lucerne wild carrot (Daucus carota) Blue psyllium (Plantag-lanceolat) Green saren (Setari viridis) bluish saren (the glauc Setari) 4.4.
Sainfoin in East dižpērkon (of Bunia orientalis) treatment suņmēl (Cynogloss official Forum), Thunder (raphanus raphanistrum) of Lathyrus pratensis meadow (Lathyr-pratensis) Siberian Hogweed (Heracleum sibiric Forum) Tatārij of buckwheat (Fagopyrum of tataric) 4.5.
White clover alsike clover straining the amaranth (Amaranth-retro flex) Red clover white Pigweed (Chenopodium album)-vanagnadziņ white spulgotn the horned (Melandry of album) Timothy ilzīt field (the Anthems arvensis) little Sorrel (Rumex acetosell) soft madara (of mollug Gali) perfumed suņkumelīt (the Matricari inodora) normally driven (Stellari media) normal zilgalvīt (Prunell Vulgaris) in a small gandren (Geranium pussill) farm not aizmirstulīt (the Myosot arvensis) 4.6.
Red clover Melilotus aksir of white amaranth (Axyr a amaranthoid) alsike clover clover firecracker (silent-dichotom) yellow alfalfa white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) in alfalfa hybrid white spulgotn (Melandry of album) blue yellow alfalfa Melilotus (Melilotus officinalis) Eastern Galega in outspread baloden (Atriplex patul) in krūzain Sorrel (Rumex Crispus), little Sorrel (Rumex acetosell), wild carrot (Daucus carota) struplap for Sorrel (Rumex obtusifoli) 4.7.
White clover alsike clover straining the amaranth (Amaranth-retro flex) Red clover white Pigweed (Chenopodium album)-vanagnadziņ white spulgotn the horned (Melandry of album) Timothy Shepherd plikstiņš (Capsell-Bursa pastor) field of clover (Trifolium arvensis) ilzīt field (the Anthems arvensis), large (Plantag major) psyllium little Sorrel (Rumex acetosell) soft madara (of mollug Gali) in a normal move (of media Stellari) normal zilgalvīt (Prunell Vulgaris) in a small gandren (Geranium pussill) of trejkrās violet (Viola tricolor) 4.8.
Eastern Yellow alfalfa Galega in straining the amaranth (Amaranth-retro flex) hybrid alfalfa Pigweed amaranth (Amaranth-blitoid) Red clover white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) daudzsēkl of millet Pigweed (Chenopodium polisperm) yellow Melilotus (Melilotus officinalis) normal zvēren (Barbare Vulgaris), wild carrot (Daucus carota) Blue psyllium (Plantag-lanceolat) Green saren (Setari viridis) bluish saren (the glauc Setari) 4.9.
White hybrid alfalfa in Melilotus white Pigweed (Chenopodium album) Red clover yellow Melilotus (Melilotus officinalis) in soft madara (mollug of the Gali) Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 4 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 Solely viewing field content of the application, the institution responsible 1.
2. Sēklaudzētāj name, address and registration code.
3. information on the seed: 3.1 species;
3.2. the variety;
UR3.3.izs delegate seed category;
3.4. protected variety — license agreement number and the expiry date;
UR3.5.izs delegate seed quantity (kg).
4. information on the field: 4.1 solely field name or number;
4.2. the area of the field.
5. proof of origin of seeds (document name, number, date of issue, the number of the seed lot).
6. Sowing date and year.
7. information on the priekšaug (Brassica, legumes — five; three in the end, two species).
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 5 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 of fodder plant solely field inspections Protocol contents 1. Responsible institution.
2. the number of field in the Protocol.
3. Sēklaudzētāj, seed, packer or retailer Preparer's name, address and registration code.
4. information on the seed sown: 4.1 the species;
4.2. the variety;
4.3. category;
4.4. the batch number;
4.5 quality of seed identity document (document name, number, date of issue, issuing authority).
5. information on solely field (the field name or number, surface area (ha)).
6. information on the priekšaug.
7. Information on other species of fodder plant varieties and categories on the holding.
8. information on the results of field inspections: 8.1. minimum distance observed between volumes;
8.2. conformity of the identity of the variety;
8.3. the presence of weeds of quarantine;
8.4. the volume zāļainīb and not found in the weeds;
8.5. diseases and pests;
8.6. the volume the general situation;
5.4. other varieties and plant variety must not count;
UR8.8.gr sewn nošķirojam number of the plants;
8.9. the presence (of Avena fatua, Avena sterilis) and Ludovik oatmeal (Avena ludoviciana);
8.10.-(Melilotus spp.) presence (only basic seed legumes fields);
8.11. the volume of compliance solely.
9. Decision on the conformity of this field solely rules.
10. the field inspection date of issue of the Protocol.
11. the Inspector's license number, and transcript, signature stamp.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 6 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 Sēklaudzētāj content of the request of the institution responsible 1.
2. Sēklaudzētāj, a seed establishment, packer or the merchant's name, address and registration code.
3. information on the seed: 3.1 species;
3.2. the variety;
3.3. category;
3.4. the year of harvest;
3.5. the seed mass (kg).
4. information on the packaging and storage conditions: 4.1 form of packaging;
4.2. the package size;
4.3 packaging units in the seed lot;
4.4 storage space;
4.5. the storage type.
5. proof of origin of the seed (field inspections Protocol either, the date field the mur of the Inspector's license number or a certificate number, issuing authority, date).
6. information on chemical treatments.
7. the objective of the sampling.
8. The necessary seed quality analysis.
9. the required number of official labels.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 7 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 of the seed lot and the mass of the sample, no PO box
The maximum lot weight title (t) the minimum sample weight of seed from the seed of the seed lot quality characteristics identification and follow-up (g) mass of the sample, other plants species by number to determine the sample mass (g), lots of moisture and pests (g) total seed quality characteristics for the post-control detection 1.
Grasses (Graminea) 1.1.
common bent (Agrostis capillar by L.)
10 80 50 30 5 50 1.2.
White bent (Agrostis l. gigante)
10 80 50 30 5 50 0.8.
creeping bent (Agrostis stolonifera l.)
10 80 50 30 5 50 1.4.

meadow foxtail (Alopecurus pratensis l.)
10 130 100 30 30 50 1.5.
high tall oatgrass (arrhenatherum elatius l.)
10 300 200 100 80 50 1.6.
Cocksfoot (Dactylis glomerat l. by)
10 200 100 100 30 50 1.7.
Tall Fescue (Festuca arundinacea Schreber).
10 200 100 100 50 50 1.8.
sheep's Fescue (Festuca ovina l.)
10 150 100 50 30 50 1.9.
Meadow Fescue (Festuca pratensis Hudson) 10 200 100 100 50 50 1.10.
Red Fescue (Festuca rubra l.)
10 150 100 50 30 50 1.11.
hybrid ryegrass (Lolium x boucheanum Kunth.)
10 300 200 100 60 50 1.12.
auzeņairen (× festulolium) 10 300 200 100 60 50 1.13.
Italian ryegrass (Lolium multiflor Lam of.)
10 300 200 100 60 50 1.14.
perennial ryegrass (Lolium perenne l.)
10 300 200 100 60 50 1.15.
Timothy (Phleum pratense l.)
10 80 50 30 10 50 1.16.
Timothy (Phleum bertolonii DC.)
10 80 50 30 10 50 1.17.
Maura meadowgrass (POA annua l.)
1.18 10 100 50 50 10 50.
swamp meadowgrass (Poa palustris l.)
10 100 50 50 5 50 1.19.
meadow grass (Poa pratensis l.)
10 100 50 50 5 50 1.20.
the usual meadowgrass (POA trivial by L.)
10 100 50 50 5 50 1.21.
miežabrāl (phalaris l. arundinace)
10 200 100 100 50 50 2.
Fabaceae (Leguminosae) 2.1.
the horned vanagnadziņ (Lotus corniculatus l.)
10 300 200 100 30 50 2.2.
White Lupin (Lupinus Albus L.)
25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.3.
Blue Lupin (Lupinus angustifolius l.)
25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.4.
yellow lupin (Lupinus luteus l.)
25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.5.
Lucerne (Medicago sativa l.)
10 400 300 100 50 50 2.6.
hybrid alfalfa (Medicago x Varia t. Martyn) 10 400 300 100 50 50 2.7.
sainfoin (onobrychis viciifoli the Scop.)






2.7.1. the fruit of 10 850 600 250 600 2.7.2.
seeds 10 650 400 250 400 50 2.8.
pea (Pisum sativum l. (partim)) 25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.9.
alsike clover (Trifolium hybridum l.)
2.10 10 250 200 50 20 50.
Red clover (Trifolium pratense l.)
2.11 10 400 300 100 50 50.
white clover (Trifolium repens l.)
2.12 10 250 200 50 20 50.
field beans (Vicia faba l. (partim)) 25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.13.
summer vetches (Vicia sativa L.)
25 2000 1000 1000 1000 300 2.14.
Winter vetches (Vicia villosa Roth) 2.15 20 2000 1000 1000 1000 300.
Eastern Galega (Galega orientalis Lam.)
10 400 300 100 50 50 2.16.
White Melilotus (Melilotus Albus L.)
10 400 300 100 50 50 3.
Other species 3.1.
forage turnips (Brassica napus var. napobrassic l. Rchb.)
10 350 200 150 100 50 3.2.
fodder Kale (Brassica oleracea l. convar. Acephala (DC.))
10 350 200 150 100 50 3.3.
California Bluebell (Phaceli of the tanacetifoli Benth.)
10 350 300 50 40 50 3.4.
oil radish (raphanus sativus l. var. oleoform by the person.)
10 450 300 150 300 50 agricultural Minister m. rose Annex 8 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 indicators as to the quality of the seed certified seed: 1. No PO box
The name of the species germination analytical purity maximum of other plant species in the sample, weighing down 7.7 box rules relating to other colors or bitter Lupin seed quantity of the minimum germination of seed of pure (%)
The fee for the clay of the hard seed of August to clean some seed () and the presence of Ludovik oats (Avena fatua, Avena sterilis, Avena ludoviciana) curling (Cuscuta spp.)
Sorrel (Rumex spp.), except the little tart (Rumex acetosell) and seaside tart (Rumex maritimus) mini clay international purity in anal (% by mass) of other plant species, the maximum quantity of seed (% of weight) in one species, creeping twitch (Agropyron repens)-foxtail Alopecurus myosuroides (Alopecurus myosuroides)-(Melilotus spp.)
Thunder (raphanus raphanistrum) mustard (sinapis arvensis) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 1.1.
Herbaceous species 1.1.1.
Normal bent Agrostis capillar by L.
(a) 90 2.0 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 75 (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.2.
White bent Agrostis l. gigante
80 90 2.0 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 (a) (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.3.
Creeping bent Agrostis stolonifera l.
(a) 90 2.0 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 75 (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.4.
Meadow foxtail Alopecurus pratensis l.
70 (a) 2.5 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 75 (f) (g), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.5.
High tall oatgrass-arrhenatherum elatius (l.)
P. Beeauv. ex. J. s. et k. Presl (B).
75 (a) 3.0 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 90 (f) (g), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.6.
Cocksfoot Dactylis glomerat by L.
(a) 1.5 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 80 90 (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.7.
Tall Fescue Festuca arundinacea Schreber 80 95 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.8.
Sheep's Fescue Festuca ovina l.
2.0 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 85 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.9.
Meadow Fescue Festuca pratensis Hudson 80 95 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.10.
Red Fescue Festuca rubra l.
1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 90 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.11.
Hybrid ryegrass Lolium x boucheanum 96 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.12.
Auzeņairen (× festulolium) 96 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.13.
Runner (annual) ryegrass Lolium multiflor of L.
96 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.14.
Perennial ryegrass Lolium perenne l.
96 1.5 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 80 (a) (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.15 envisages.
Timothy Phleum pratense l.
96 1.5 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 80 (a) (z) 5 1.1.16.
Timothy Phleum bertolinii DC.
96 1.5 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 80 (a) (z) 5 1.1.17.
Maura grass POA annua l.
75 (a) (c) 1.0 2.0 85 (c) 0.3 0.3 0 0 (v), (z) 5 (g) 1.1.18.
Swamp meadowgrass Poa palustris l.
75 (a) (c) 1.0 2.0 85 (c) 0.3 0.3 0 0 (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.19.
Meadow grass Poa pratensis L.
75 (a) (c) 1.0 2.0 85 (c) 0.3 0.3 0 0 (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.20.
Normal grass POA trivial by L.
75 (a) (c) 1.0 2.0 85 (c) 0.3 0.3 0 0 (v), (z) 2 (g) 1.1.21.
Miežabrāl a arundinace phalaris l.
96 1.5 1.0 0.3 0.3 0 0 75 (a) (v), (z) 5 1.2.
Fabaceae species 1.2.1.
Horned vanagnadziņ Lotus corniculatus-L.
75 (a), (b) 1.8 1.0 40 95 (d) (d) 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10-1.2.2.
White Lupin Lupinus Albus l.
80 (a), (b) 0.5 0.3 20 98 (e) (e) 0.3 0 0 (v) 5 (g) (h) (s) 1.2.3.
Blue Lupin Lupinus angustifolius l.
75 (a), (b) 0.5 0.3 20 98 (e) (e) 0.3 0 0 (v) 5 (g) (h) (s) 1.2.4.
Yellow lupin Lupinus luteus l.
80 (a), (b) 0.5 0.3 20 98 (e) (e) 0.3 0 0 (v) 5 (g) (h) (s) 1.2.5.
Lucerne Medicago sativa L.
80 (a), (b) 40 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.6.
Hybrid alfalfa Medicago x Varia t. Martyn 80 (a), (b) 40 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.7.
Sainfoin onobrychis viciifoli Lam.
75 (a), (b) 20 95 2.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (v) 5 1.2.8.
Sowing peas Pisum sativum l.
80 (a) 0.5 0.3 0.3 0 0 98 (v) 5 (g) 1.2.9.
Alsike clover Trifolium hybridum l.
80 (a), (b) 20 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.10.
Red clover Trifolium pratense L.
80 (a), (b) 20 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.11.
White clover Trifolium repens L.
80 (a), (b) 40 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.12.
Field bean Vicia faba l. (partim) 80 (a), (b) 0.5 0.3 0.3 0 0 5 98 (v) 5 (g) 1.2.13.
Summer vetch Vicia sativa l.
85 (a), (b) 20 98 (e) 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 (e) (v) 5 (g) 1.2.14.
Winter vetch Vicia villosa l.
85 (a), (b) 20 98 (e) 1.0 0.5 0.3 0 0 (e) (v) 5 (g) 1.2.15.
Eastern Galega Galega orientalis Lam.
80 (a), (b) 40 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.2.16.
White Melilotus Melilotus Alba L. 80 (a), (b) 80 (a), (b) 40 97 1.5 1.0 0.3 0 0 (x), (y) 10 1.3.
Other fodder plants species 1.3.1.
Fodder Swede Brassica napus var. napobrassic 80 (a) 1.0 0.5 0.3 0.3 0 0 98 (v), (z) 5 1.3.2.
Fodder Kale Brassica oleracea var. acephala 1.0 0.5 0.3 0.3 0 0 98 75 (a) (v), (z) 10 1.3.3.
Phaceli-tanacetifoli-California Bluebell Benth.
80 (a) 1.0 0.5 0 0 96 (v), (z) 1.3.4.
Oil radish raphanus Mays can. oleiform 80 (a) 1.0 0.5 0.3 0.3 0 0 (v) 5 2 97. Basic seed: no PO box
The species name of the minimum germination of seed of pure (%)
Maxim placed in hard seed quantity of clean seed ()
The minimum analytical purity (% by weight) the maximum quantity of seed of other species in other terms or conditions (% by weight) in the sample, weighing down 7.7 box single species Sorrel (Rumex spp.), except the little tart (Rumex acetosell) and seaside tart (Rumex maritimus) creeping twitch (Agropyron repens)-foxtail Alopecurus myosuroides (Alopecurus myosuroides)-(Melilotus spp.)
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 2.1.
Herbaceous species 2.1.1.
Normal bent Agrostis capillar by L.
(a) 90 80 20 1 1 1 0.3 (q) 2.1.2.
White bent Agrostis l. gigante
(a) 90 80 20 1 1 1 0.3 (q) 2.1.3.
Creeping bent Agrostis stolonifera l.
(a) 90 80 20 1 1 1 0.3 (q) 2.1.4.
Meadow foxtail Alopecurus pratensis l.
70 75 0.3 20 (a) (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.5.
Tall oatgrass ' of the high Arrenather elatius l.
75 (a) (i) 2 5 5 90 0.3 20 (p), (q) 2.1.6.
Cocksfoot Dactylis glomerat by L.
80 (a) (i) 2 5 5 90 0.3 20 (q) 2.1.7.
Tall Fescue Festuca arundinacea Schreber 80 95 0.3 20 (a) (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.8.
Sheep's Fescue Festuca ovina l.
(a) 85 75 0.3

20 (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.9.
Meadow Fescue Festuca pratensis Hudson 80 95 0.3 20 (a) (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.10.
Red Fescue Festuca rubra l.
75 (a) (i) 2 5 5 90 0.3 20 (q) 2.1.11.
Hybrid ryegrass Lolium x boucheanum 75 96 0.3 20 (a) (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.12.
Auzeņairen (festulolium) 75 (a) 96 0.3 20 (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.13.
Runner (annual) ryegrass Lolium multiflor of L.
75 (a) 96 0.3 20 (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.14.
Perennial ryegrass Lolium perenne l.
80 96 0.3 20 (a) (i) 2 5 5 (q) 2.1.15.
Timothy Phleum pratense l.
80 (a) (q) 96 20 2 1 1 0.3 2.1.16.
Timothy Phleum bertolonii DC.
80 (a) (q) 96 20 2 1 1 0.3 2.1.17.
Maura grass POA annua l.
75 85 0.3 20 (a) (j) 1 1 1 (m), (q) 2.1.18.
Swamp meadowgrass Poa palustris l.
75 85 0.3 20 (a) (j) 1 1 1 (m), (q) 2.1.19.
Meadow grass Poa pratensis L.
75 85 0.3 20 (a) (j) 1 1 1 (m), (q) 2.1.20.
Normal grass POA trivial by L.
75 85 0.3 20 (a) (j) 1 1 1 (m), (q) 2.1.21.
Miežabrāl a arudinace phalaris l.
75 (a) 96 20 2 5 5 0.3 (q) 2.2.
Fabaceae species 2.2.1.
Horned vanagnadziņ Lotus corniculatus-L.
75 (a), (b) 0.3 20 3 0 40 95 (l), (n), (q) 2.2.2.
White Lupin Lupinus Albus l.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 98 20 2 0 (k), (o), (r) 2.2.3.
Blue Lupin Lupinus angustifolius l.
75 (a), (b) 0.3 20 98 20 2 0 (k), (o), (r) 2.2.4.
Yellow lupin Lupinus luteus l.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 98 20 2 0 (k), (o), (r) 2.2.5.
Lucerne Medicago sativa L.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 3 0 40 97 (l), (q) 2.2.6.
Hybrid alfalfa Medicago x Varia t. Martyn 80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 3 0 40 97 (l), (q) 2.2.7.
Sainfoin onobrychis viciifoli Lam.
75 (a), (b) 0.3 20 2 0 20 95 (k) 2.2.8.
Sowing peas Pisum sativum l.
80 (a) 0.3 20 2 0 98 (k) 2.2.9.
Alsike clover Trifolium hybridum l.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 3 0 20 97 (l), (q), 2.2.10.
Red clover Trifolium pratense L.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 5 0 20 97 (l), (q) 2.2.11.
White clover Trifolium repens L.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 5 0 40 97 (l), (q) 2.2.12.
Field bean Vicia faba l. (partim) 85 (a), (b) 0.3 20 2 0 5 98 (k) 2.2.13.
Summer vetch Vicia sativa l.
85 (a), (b) 0.3 20 98 20 2 0 (k), (o) 2.2.14.
Winter vetch Vicia villosa l.
85 (a), (b) 0.3 20 98 20 2 0 (k), (o) 2.2.15.
Eastern Galega Galega orientalis Lam.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 2 0 40 97 (l), (q) 2.2.16.
White Melilotus Melilotus Alba L.
80 (a), (b) 0.3 20 5 40 97 (t) (q) 2.3.
Other species of fodder plants and 2.3.1.
Fodder Swede Brassica napus var.
napobrassic 80 98 0.3 20 2 (a) (q) 2.3.2.
Fodder Kale Brassica oleracea var. acephala (a) 0.3 98 75 20 3 (q) 2.3.3.
Phaceli-tanacetifoli-California Bluebell Benth.
80 96 0.3 20 (a) 2.3.4.
Oil radish raphanus Mays can.
oleiform 80 (a) 97 0.3 20 2 explanation.
In samples of basic seed, weighing down 7.7 column must not be of the presence (of Avena fatua, Avena sterilis), oatmeal Ludovik (Avena ludoviciana) and vij (Cuscuta spp.) seeds.
The notes.
(a) all fresh and healthy seeds which do not sprouting after previous treatment, is considered viable seed.
(b) the maximum quantity of hard seed, deemed viable seed.
(c) in total, up to 0.8% of other skareņ (POA spp.) species not considered impurities.
(d) up to 1% of the mass of red clover (Trifolium pratense) seed shall not be regarded as impurity.
(e) up to 0.5% of the overall mass of lupines (Lupinus spp.), pea (Pisum sativum), field beans (Vicia faba) and vetch (Vicia spp.) seed other relevant species not considered impurities.
(f) the maximum percentage of the mass of seed species shall not apply to seed of skareņ (POA spp.).
(g) Sorrel (Rumex spp.) seed number, except the little tart (Rumex acetosell) and seaside tart (Rumex maritimus), need not be determined if there is no doubt that compliance with the conditions referred to in column 15.
(h) other colors the number of seeds of bitter lupins lupins may not exceed 2% and 1% of other lupins-.
(i) if the total is no more than 80 skareņ seed (POA spp.), they are not considered impurities.
(j) basic seed condition in box 7 shall not apply to seed of skareņ. Maximum total other skareņ species in the sample, which has 500 seeds, must not be more than one.
(k)-(Melilotus spp.) seed shall not be necessary to determine the number of basic seed, where there is no doubt about the fact that compliance with the conditions referred to in column 11.
(l) if the mass of the sample is the one-seed, it shall not be deemed, if the second sample weighing twice as large, no Lotus seeds.
(m) not applicable (c) condition.
(n) not applicable (d) condition.
(o) not applicable (e) condition.
(p) not applicable (f) conditions.
(r) the bitter Lupin seed breeding seed in other Lupin shall not exceed 1%.
(s) the percentage by number of bitter Lupin seeds in varieties other than bitter Lupin shall not exceed 2.5%.
(t)-(Melilotus Albus), this indicator was not determined.
(v) the Cuscuta spp. determination of seed after number is not required, if there is no doubt that compliance with the conditions referred to in box 14.
(z) if the mass of the sample is one of Cuscuta spp. the seed, it shall not be regarded as an impurity where a second sample of the same weight of Cuscuta spp. the seed is not.
(x) the mass of Cuscuta spp. seed after number is twice larger than the mass specified in annex 7 for the relevant species in box 7.
(y) if the mass of the sample is one of Cuscuta spp. the seed, it shall not be regarded as an impurity where a second sample of whose mass is greater than twice the prescribed weight, Cuscuta spp. the seed is not.
(q) not applicable (z) and (y) the condition.
3. Commercial seed: seed 3.1 correspond to certified seed quality characteristics in relation to seed a minimum of germination and analytical purity;
UR3.2.par 1% increase in the percentage of the mass of the set of certified seeds tables 6 and 7 in the box;
3.3. If Maura grass (POA annua l.) seed together have not more than 10% of other skareņ species, they are not considered impurities.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 9. Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 label color no PO box
Seed category or seed label color requirements 1.
Pre-basic seed (PB) white with a diagonal violet stripe 2.
Basic seed (B) white 3.
Certified seed: 3.1.
first generation (C1) blue 3.2.
second generation (C2) red 4.
Commercial seed (K) or marketing of fodder plant varieties which are not included in the European common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant species or the catalogue of varieties of Latvia in Brown 5.
Seeds which are not fully certified gray 6.
Seed mixes Green Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 10 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 pre-basic (PB), base (B) and (C) certified seed (except commercial seed (K) and small package) package or a timestamp of the label and document contents i. label and timestamp content 1. European Union rules and standards.
2. the Sertificētājinstitūcij name and the name of the country or the abrevi tour.
3. name of the country.
4. the number of the seed lot.
5. Declared NET or gross weight of seeds or seed number in the package.
6. species (specify at least the Botanical Park of nosa (in abbreviated form) in the Latin alphabet). Auzeņairen (× festulolium) indicates the genus Festuca and Lolium species names.
7. variety (Latin letters).
8. Category.
9. Indication of the month and year of packaging ("packaged").
10. If the mass is specified and is used in the form of plant protection products in the draž Jamie material or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight of the seed and the total weight.
11. If the estimated germination of seed, specifies the authority that carried out the assessment, how's but also to month and year of the evaluation ("reassessed."). Such information may be given on an official sticker that you glued the label.
12. Pre-basic seed indicates the number of generations before the certified seed or certified seed of the first generation.
The notes.
1. the plant catalogue of B list varieties of fodder plants do check "to market in Latvia".
2. the indication "not for fodder production" is used, only those varieties which grasses such indication is a catalogue of plant varieties or the European common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant species.
II. Document content 1. seed lot number.
2. species (at least indicate the botanical name (in abbreviated form) in the Latin alphabet).
3. variety (Latin alphabet).
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 11 Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 commercial seed (K) official information appearing on the label 1. Reference to European regulations and standards.
2. "commercial seed".
3. Oversight bodies the name and country or the keyboard of the trough.
4. the number of the seed lot.
5. Indication of the month and year of packaging ("packaged").
6. species (at least indicate the botanical name (full or abbreviated) Latin characters).
7. country of production.
9. Net or gross weight or net seed seed.

9. If the mass is specified and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight of the seed and the total weight.
10. If the estimated germination of seed, specifies the body that conducted a reassessment, as well as the month and year of the evaluation ("retested ..."). Such information may be given on an official sticker that you glued the label.
11. the production area.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze 12. attachment Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 of seed mixtures or a timestamp of the label content 1. "seed mix (intended use)".
2. the packaging of the institution responsible for the investigations and nosa-the name of the country or its abbreviation.
3. the number of the seed lot.
4. seed declared net or gross weight or number of the seed package.
5. species, category, variety denomination and weight and proportions of each component (varieties and species names in Latin characters). Auzeņairen (× festulolium) indicates the genus Festuca and Lolium species names.
6. Indication of the month and year of packaging ("packaged").
7. If you have specified a mass and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicate the names of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight of the seed and the total weight.
8. If all the components of the mixture of seeds germination assessed repeatedly, specify the authority which conducted a reassessment, as well as the month and year of the evaluation ("retested ..."). Such information may be given on an official sticker that you glued the label.
Minister of agriculture m. rose 13. attachment Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 official label and an accompanying document content other than seed all the way to the certified content label I. 1. field guide to the responsible authority and the State or the abbreviation.
2. species (at least indicate the botanical name (in abbreviated form) in the Latin alphabet).
3. variety (Latin alphabet).
4. Category.
5. Field or the number of the seed lot.
6. Declared NET or gross weight of seed.
7. "the Seed is not fully certified".
II. content of the accompanying document 1. the authority which has issued accompanying documents.
2. species (at least indicate the botanical name (in abbreviated form) in the Latin alphabet).
3. variety (Latin alphabet).
4. Category.
5. Sown seed lot number and the country or countries which certified seed.
6. Field or the number of the seed lot.
7. The area in which the seed lots grown that is specified in the accompanying document.
8. the quantity of seed Harvested and number of packages.
9. Certified seed indicates the number of generations after basic seed.
10. in the receipt that confirms compliance solely crop from which the seed was obtained.
11. Where appropriate, the quality of the seed formal interim results.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 14. Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 Packer label and timestamp content for small packages of seed i. small European Union type A packaging 1. "small European Union type A package".
2. Packer (physical or legal person) the name or business name and the address.
3. seed lot number, after which you can identify the used seed lots of material.
4. The name of the country or its abbreviation.
5. The reference "mixture of seed (indicate the use)."
6. Net or gross weight or net seed seed.
7. If you have specified a mass and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight of the seed and the total weight.
8. the components of the mixture of seed percentage (by mass), species and variety names (in Latin letters).
II. A small European Union type B packaging certified seed: 1. UR1.1.atz these "small European Union type B package";
UR1.2.sai player (physical or legal person) the name or business name and the address;
1.3. national plant protection services in seed lots assigned number;
1.4. the institution that granted the seed lot number, and the name of the country or their abbreviations;
1.5. "species (noted in the Latin alphabet);
1.6. variety (in the Latin alphabet);
1.1. category;
1.8. NET or gross weight or seed of pure seed;
1.9. If you specify mass and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight and the total mass;
UR1.10.nor skin "not intended for the production of fodder" is used, only those varieties which grasses such indication is a catalogue of plant varieties or the European common catalogue of varieties of agricultural plant species.
2. Commercial seed: UR2.1.atz these "small European Union type B package";
UR2.2.sai player (physical or legal person) the name or business name and the address;
2.3. officially assigned a seed lot number;
2.4. the authority which has granted the seed lot number, and the name of the country or their abbreviations;
2.5. species (in the Latin alphabet);
UR2.6.atz these "commercial seed";
2.7. NET or gross weight or seed of pure seed;
2.8. If specified in mass and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight of the seed and the total weight.
3. seed: UR3.1.atz these "small European Union type B package";
UR3.2.sai player (physical or legal person) the name or business name and the address;
3.3. officially assigned a seed lot number;
3.4. the institution that granted the seed lot number, and the name of the country or their abbreviations;
UR3.5.nor skin "mixture of seed for (specify use)";
3.6. NET or gross weight or seed of pure seed;
3.7. If the mass is specified and is used in the form of plant protection products, dražējam materials or other solid additives, indicates the name of the additive and also the approximate ratio between the weight and the total mass;
3.8. the components of the mixture of seed percentage (by mass), species and variety names (in Latin letters).
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 15. Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 application content for inclusion in the Sēklaudzētāj of the person and seed merchant register 1. personal name, address, telephone number, registration number Compa we register.
2. Mode of action.
3. Plant, warehouse, shops and other commercial location address (location).
Minister of agriculture m. rose 16. attachment Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 Sēklaudzētāj and seed merchant register content of the registration certificate 1. The institution which has issued the certificate of registration.
2. the number of the registration certificate.
3. Sēklaudzētāj, a seed establishment, packer or importer, dealer's name, address, registration number in the register of companies.
4. The registered activity.
5. Registration code.
6. the date of issue of the licence, the signature and stamp of the issuing.
Minister of agriculture m. rose 17. attachment Cabinet of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 seed content of certificate part I (fill in the sertificētājinstitūcij) Sertificētājinstitūcij 1.
2. the certificate of number of seeds.
3. Sēklaudzētāj, seed, packer or retailer Preparer's name, address and registration code.
4. Species, variety and category.
5. Lot number, mass (kg) and packaging units.
6. Inspections protocol number and date.
7. the Officer's name, the date you removed sample mean, sample number, date of the Act, when the sample is received in the laboratory.
8. the laboratory which carried out the inspection.
9. Purity (%) (%), germination and moisture content (%).
10. Inert impurities.
11. the germination conditions.
12. the seeds of other plant species.
13. The presence, the oatmeal and Ludovik quarantine weed presence.
14. the viability of (), its method of determination.
15. Pest infestation.
16.1000 seed mass in grams.
17. the opinion on the compliance of seed quality requirements of these provisions.
18. the period of validity of the certificate of seed.
19. date of issue of the certificate, to the issuing, signature and transcript, stamp.
Part II (to be completed by the seller) 1. Seed buyer name and address of the holding.
2. Sold to seed mass (kg) and packaging units.
3. Seller's name, date and stamp.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 18. Cabinet of Ministers of 22 March 2005, regulations no 198 of the report "evaluation of the results of seed" content 1. Institution, which issued the report.
2. the reference number.
3. Sēklaudzētāj, seed, packer or retailer Preparer's name, address and registration code.
4. Species, variety and category.
5. the number of the seed lot mass (kg) packing unit number.
6. Inspections protocol number and date.
7. the Officer's name, the date you removed a sample mean and sample number, date of the Act, when the sample is received in the laboratory.
8. the laboratory which carried out the inspection.
9. Purity (%) germination (%), moisture content (%).
10. Inert impurities.
11. the germination conditions.
12. the seeds of other plant species.
13. The presence, the oatmeal and Ludovik quarantine weed presence.

14. the viability of (), its method of determination.
15. Pest infestation.
16.1000 seed mass in grams.
17. Decision on non-compliance with the requirements of these provisions and review the results of the evaluation of the seed "reasons.
18. the results of the evaluation of seed, date of issue, issuing title, caption and transcript, stamp.
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2. the number of the attachment.
3. The seed number and date of the certificate.
4. Sēklaudzētāj, establishment of seed, or dealer name Packer, adr set and registration code.
5. Species, variety and category.
6. Lot number, mass (kg) packing unit number.
7. Inspections protocol number and date.
8. the Officer's name, the date you removed a sample mean and sample number, date of the Act, when the sample is received in the laboratory.
9. the laboratory which carried out the inspection.
10. Germination (%).
11. the germination conditions.
12. Pest infestation.
13. Opinion on the seed quality indicators compliance with the requirements of this regulation.
14. the period of validity of the certificate.
15. date of issue, issuing title, caption and transcript, stamp.
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