Living Organisms In The Registration Procedure

Original Language Title: Dzīvo organismu reģistrācijas kārtība

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 568 Riga, June 29, 2004 (pr. No 39 29) living organisms registration issued under the plant protection act, article 5, paragraph 11 i. General questions 1. determines the procedure of registration of living organisms and invertebrates, such as insects, mites, nematodes (living organism), plant protection products included in the register (hereinafter register). 2. plant protection service (hereinafter service) living organism shall be entered in the register, if in accordance with the provisions of annex 1 or 2 data and information referred to in 2.1 is: the living organism identification and recognition;
2.2. it has been demonstrated that living organism is sufficiently effective (due to the effects of the harmful organism, the number of direct or indirect damage caused by the effects of the plant or crop loss decreases by at least 10%);
2.3. the living organism is demonstrated: 2.3.1 security environment, particularly in the light of the living organism selectivity with respect to plant and animal species from spreading to their intended use (host), and the potential impacts on other plant and animal species;
2.3.2. safety for human health, particularly in relation to the living organism and introductions in blooms leading players;
2.3.3. the purity of the party, especially in relation to quarantine organisms and harmful organisms that live in the body during blooms leading used for feeding or life cycle;
2.3.4. control options, if observed in biota of unwanted effects on the environment or human health;
2.4. the living organism is demonstrated packaging compliance with the following requirements: 2.4.1. packaging is made of inert material, which does not affect the living organism of life processes;
2.4.2. packaging and closing it is durable construction for transport and storage conditions;
2.4.3. packaging and closing it by their design, do not allow the escape of living organisms from the packaging during transport and storage;
2.4.4. the package provides the ability to control the authorities verify its content, without opening the packaging. 3. include a register of living organisms, the Department then determines the third registration class. II. incorporation into living organisms register 4. to include living organisms, the applicant shall submit the service: 4.1. the application for registration of the living organism;
4.2. documents containing these rules 1 or 2 information referred to in the annex;
4.3. the Member State of the European Union, the European free trade association or European Organization for economic cooperation and development, a research institution of the Member State of issue of a written proof of identity the living organism, if the information to be submitted on the living organisms in accordance with the provisions of point 7, no ease;
4.4. the marking of the Latvian language in the draft text. The draft text of the labelling shall indicate that the information referred to in annex 3;
4.5. an indication of whether the living organism is genetically modified or not;
4.6. a list of documents for which the applicant requests the grant limited availability information. Specify the source of information and justification for the commercial secret;
4.7. the document (copy) showing that the living organism in the environment risk assessment may be performed according to the regulations on the use of genetically modified organisms and distribution arrangements, if the the living organism is genetically modified organism. 5. the applicant requested in biota samples, ready to release a lot of living organisms biota samples and packaging samples, if necessary, to prepare this rule 10.2. assessment referred to. 6. The applicant shall inform the authorities of any new information in the registry of a living organism's negative impacts on plant and animal species, which scares it is not intended for use in or on human health. III. information on the living organisms 7. Service defines facilitating requirements of living organisms submitted information and make only a general negative environmental impact assessment, on the basis of this provision of the information referred to in annex 2, in one of the following cases: 7.1 biota species is local (Latvian) origin;
7.2. the living organism is included in the European and Mediterranean plant protection organization (EPPO) region is widely used in living organisms and are outstanding in these countries;
7.3. the living organism referred to in the list of organisms, which include outstanding EPPO list of living organisms;
7.4. the living organism is in the control of harmful organisms used for biological features classic EPPO list. 8. If, in the light of the characteristics of living organisms or intended use, the applicant failed to submit all the information referred to in this provision in annex 1 or 2 (for example, it is not necessary to submit or technically impossible to obtain), the applicant shall submit to the Department a statement of the reasons why the information is not submitted. 9. The applicant is obliged to immediately notify the service about the modifications made to the registration of the documents submitted in support of the change. IV. Decision on the inclusion of the living organism registry service: 10 10.1. check that the information submitted for the preparation of the assessment provide a living organism and its packaging in compliance with the rules referred to in paragraph 2, the conditions and, if necessary, request the submission of additional information;
10.2. the Act on administrative procedures within the time limits laid down in article 64 shall prepare an assessment of the living organism and its compliance with this provision of the packaging referred to in paragraph 2. If necessary, the service requires the applicant data analysis or assessment involved in the preparation of the experts;
10.3. assess whether the living organism, species that are not of local origin or not introduced in Latvia, under certain circumstances (for example, development or survival of the population without sufficient quantities of alternative host, host selection, which is not a harmful organism) cannot become a harmful organism. If a living organism under certain conditions, can become a harmful organism, that harmful organism risk analysis;
10.4. in accordance with the regulations on the registration of plant protection products in order to create the registration of plant protection products, the Commission (hereinafter referred to as the Registration Commission) submitted by: 10.4.1 10.2. these provisions referred to assessment;
10.4.2.4.4 of these rules referred to in the draft text of the labelling. 11. Registration Commission: evaluated these provisions 11.1 10.4. documents referred to;
11.2. preparing a proposal on the inclusion of the living organism. 12. the Commission may request a registration service: 12.1. this rule 11.2. proposal referred to the preparation of the additional information required;
12.2. a separate analysis of data;
12.3. the expert advice of the appropriate qualification. 13. the decision on the inclusion of the living organisms in the service registry accepts, on the basis of this rule 10.2. assessment and referred to in this rule 11.2. registration referred to in the Commission's proposal. 14. the decision to exclude living organisms register service accepts the following cases: 14.1 life organism or its packaging does not match one of these provisions in paragraph 2 of this condition;
14.2. This provision 10.3. harmful organism referred to risk analysis proves that living organism introduction in Latvia is not permitted;
14.3. the applicant submits incorrect or deliberately distorted in these rules 1 or 2 in annex data or information;
14.4. the applicant does not submit the rule 10.1. referred to additional information within the time limit set by the authorities. 15. If the decision has been taken not to include in the register of living organisms, the Department within 10 days after the decision is issued or sent by post to the applicant for registration and the reasons for the decision. 16. If the decision is taken to include in the register of living organisms, the service determines the decision: 16.1 organism living conditions of use: 16.1.1. combination "crop/pest organism" or "purpose of use/site";
16.1.2. dose;
16.1.3. method of use;
16.1.4. period of use (or harmful organism crop developmental stage);
16.1.5. the conditions necessary for ensuring the biota populations introduction, such as air temperature, humidity, day length, light intensity;
16.2. labelling requirements for instructions about the safety for human health and the environment if necessary in accordance with the provisions of the assessment referred to in point 10.2;
16.3. trade name (names) for distribution in Latvia;
16.4. the packaging material and the manner of distribution of the living organism in Latvia, as well as the number of living organisms in the unit;
16.5. the number of the registration certificate. 17. the decision to include in the register of living organisms accompanied by the following documents: 17.1. the approved label text;
17.2. the list of documents that have been granted limited access to information. 18. Post 10 days after these regulations referred to in paragraph 16 of the decision requires the applicant to submit service for approval marking text that contains specified in decision According to this provision of the information specified in annex 3. 19. within 10 days after the approval of the submitted labelling service confirms the receipt of the text of the label, the record shall be made in the registry or sent by mail to the applicant a decision on the inclusion of the living organisms in the registry, then the attached document and a certificate of registration. 20. The registration certificate shall bear the following information: name of the bearer of the name, the address, the living organism is the trade name of the genus and species name (if available) and Latvian Latin languages, the number of the certificate of registration, registration class, number of living organisms in the packing unit, registration date, decision number and date of expiry of the licence. 21. the registry shall specify: 21.1. the trade name the living organism;
21.2. the number of the registration certificate;
21.3. the living organisms of the genus and species in English (if available) and the Latin name;
21.4. the registration certificate holder's name and address;
21.5. the living organism, the manufacturer's name and address;
21.6. the registration class;
21.7. packaging type and material life of the organism for distribution in Latvia, as well as the number of living organisms in the unit;
21.8. the registration date and number of the decision;
13.6. the validity period of the certificate of registration;
21.10. This provision 16.1. information referred to in point. V. transfer of certificate of registration 22. Where a change in the owner of the registration certificate, the date of expiry of the licence, does not change. 23. for the registration certificate is transferred to another person, the owner shall submit a corresponding application to the Department. The application shall be accompanied by the licence holder and the next card holder signed on the surrender of the certificate of registration and acceptance. The acknowledgement shall state: 23.1. the register includes living organism's trade name (name), registration certificate number and date of registration of the living organism;
23.2. the registration certificate holder's name and address and the registration certificate holder's name and address;
23.3. information on the biota of the registration dossiers and its availability for the next owner of the registration certificate;
23.4. the date by which the holder of the registration certificate of the registration certificate holder transfers all rights and obligations for the next owner of the registration certificate, and the date by which the next mAh takes over all of the registration certificate holder's rights and obligations. 24. Service: 24.1. This provision 23. documents listed and within a month of receiving it so decides;
24.2. seven days after this rule 24.1. referred to the adoption of the decision: 24.2.1. writing to inform the owner of the registration certificate and the next owner and issue a certificate of registration;
24.2.2. make the appropriate amendments in the register. Vi. Living organism include retried register 25. After the registration certificate expires, the service again in living organisms register is subject to the application of the owner of the registration certificate. 26. to repeats of living organisms in the register, the registration certificate holder at the latest one year before the expiry date of the licence, shall provide the service in the application of these rules and updated 1. or 2. the information referred to in the annex. 27. a decision on the inclusion of the living organism again register service accepts this provision in accordance with the procedure laid down in chapter IV. VII. Registry live organism in the re-evaluation of the living organisms 28. compliance with this provision, the conditions in paragraph 2, the service assessed if: 28.1. registration certificate holder has informed the authorities about changes to documents submitted for registration, stating the need for these changes;
28.2. the registration certificate holder has informed the authorities about the living organisms in the register of the potentially dangerous effects on human health and the environment; 28.3. There is reasonable suspicion that the living organism is no longer one of those provisions referred to in paragraph 2, the registration conditions. 29. the holder of the registration certificate within the time limit set by the authorities shall submit the requested additional information that is needed for the preparation of the assessment. 30. on the basis of the additional information submitted, the service prepares an assessment of the living organism and its packaging in compliance with the rules referred to in paragraph 2 and the conditions in the month following the receipt of the additional information shall take a decision on the conformity of the living organism to conditions of registration. 31. If the re-evaluation reason contained in the register is suspected of living organism not compliance with this provision 2.3.1 or 2.3.2. the conditions referred to in the service for the period of time until a decision can be determined using the live organisms and distribution restrictions or a ban. The service shall immediately inform the holder of the registration certificate restrictions or prohibitions, as well as indicate the reason of restriction or prohibition. VIII. The amendment in the register 32. Service record shall be amended if: 32.1. in the light of the achievements of science and technology development, it is possible to change the registered use of the living organism or dose;
32.2. the amendments required under the living organism of repeating the results of the evaluation. 33. the service may be amended in the register, if requested by the owner of the registration certificate and the necessity of the amendment is based. 34. Amendments to the register service: 34.1. request the owner of the registration certificate within the time limit set by the authorities to submit the additional information required in accordance with the provisions of Appendix 1 or 2 or separate study assessment;
21.3. the basis of the submission of the additional information, within one month of the receipt of the additional information, prepare assessment for the life of the organism and its packaging in compliance with the rules referred to in paragraph 2;
21.3. The administrative procedure laid down in article 64 of the law within the time limit, decide on the necessary amendments in the register and shall make the relevant amendments on the basis of this provision, paragraph 30, and 21.3. assessment and referred to Commission recommendation for registration. IX. withdrawal of the certificate of registration 35. Service cancels a certificate of registration and entry in the register in the following cases: 21.8. live organism does not match one of these rules the conditions referred to in paragraph 2;
35.2. the holder of the registration certificate a wrong or deliberately misrepresent that the information referred to in paragraph 4;
35.3. the living organism to the assessment of the additional information requested is not supplied within the time limit set by the authorities;
35.4. is received the registration certificate of the owner of the application, specifying the reasons for the cancellation. 36. within 10 days after the decision on the withdrawal of the certificate of registration service shall inform the holder of the registration certificate. The holder of the registration certificate within 30 days after the decision on the cancellation of the registration certificate, certificate of adoption shall be referred to the service. X. information and publication Services and registration 37. Commission provides limited access status information in accordance with the provisions of annex 1 and 2 in the information submitted to the service that contains business secrets, if so requested in writing by the applicant and the Department acknowledges that the information contains business secrets. 38. A restricted availability status shall not be granted: 38.1. biota the trade name and the registration certificate holder's name, or name and address;
38.2. the living organisms of the genus and species name;
38.3. the methods and techniques of the living organism to control and eliminate harmful effect;
23.9. the trials and a summary of the results of studies that prove the effectiveness of the living organisms and plants safety, human health and the environment. 39. the Department within 10 working days of the adoption of the decision in question provides the following information for publication in the newspaper "journal": 24.3. for inclusion in the register of the living organisms (biota indicate the trade name of the owner of the registration certificate, registration certificate number and expiration date);
24.4. on cancellation of registration certificate (indicate the trade name of living organisms, the registration certificate holder and number of the registration certificate);
39.3. amending these provisions published in 24.3. the information referred to in point. Prime Minister i. Emsis Minister of Agriculture m. Roze annex 1: Cabinet of Ministers of 29 June 2004, regulations no 568 information to be submitted as a living organism, species that are not indigenous and not introduced in Latvia i. biota identity and characteristics (Provide accurate information and a detailed description that allows you not to falsely identify living organisms) Living organism 1. identity: 1.1. full scientific name, the last name of the person which identified the appropriate biota species, publication, the official description of the living organism; 1.2. the taxonomic classification (type, class, family, genus, subgenus, species, subspecies), including information about common units for the relevant taxonomic name, synonyms and taxonomic name for a historical shift; 1.3. features for accurate identification, giving biota species differences from close relatives of the species or, failing that, a description of the signs of life in the presence of the organism (for example, any visible signs of contamination by the harmful organism living organisms); 1.4. development stage in the General description, including information on any difficulties ordering (for example, the complexity of the species, obscure or poorly researched species); 1.5. known molecular information is particularly complex and difficult for the diagnosis of identifiable species; 1.6. the exact description of the living organism, the morphological and information about the existence of a scientific institution of the sample or culture collections, giving the name and address of the institution and the living organism identification number culture collection. 2. characteristics of the living organism: 2.1 genus and specific characteristics: 2.1.1. Biology (morphology, sex dimorfism, size, weight, feather without wings, or behavioral characteristics); 2.1.2. Description of the life cycle; 2.1.3. the breeding; 2.1.4. the breeding season; 2.1.5. the reproductive potential (for example, number of eggs, juvenil specimen); 2.1.6. number of generations per year; 2.1.7. life expectancy; 2.1.8. particular characteristics and features (such as toxicity, harmful effects, the ability to cause an allergic reaction, feeding characteristics, aggressive and defensive behavior, unpleasant smell, characteristic of plant damage, resistance to pesticides, frost resistance, aggressiveness foraging); 2.2. the factors that may affect the development of populations of organisms in the life and activity (effectiveness) after the distribution environment (such as temperature, humidity, wind, precipitation, soil type, water quality, the corresponding range of height above sea level, the species that live in the body uses food or life-cycle assurance (host); 2.3. the spreading mechanism; 2.4. geographical and ecological distribution of: 2.4.1. natural area (for example, tropical, subtropical) and spread in the world, including information on any known incidence outside the area where the body was deliberately or accidentally introduced to introducēj; 2.4.2. Special requirements for Habitat (such as land, water, meadow, forest, mountains, arable land, fallow land); 2.4.3. spread options (such as airworthiness, species that can be used as alternative host, migration behavior); 2.5. possible living organism ecology description based on theoretical studies, field observations and observations of the natural area. Provide the following information about the living organisms: 2.5.1. requirements for survival and reproduction, optimal and extreme climatic conditions that have made possible the survival of the living organism and reproduction, as well as the development of the population of the benefits of natural area; 2.5.2. relationships to other Habitat — the ability to interact and integrate with the new environment and the ability of existing species form hybrids; 2.5.3. the host species (including those that target the distribution of living organisms not for use) natural area and their description; 2.5.4. host spectrum (indicates the primary host); 2.5.5. the Habitat occurring predators, parasites, or parazitoīd, or komensāl species of the pathogen biology, which with the living organism or its growing use of hosts can be carried to the place of introduction; 2.5.6. naturally occurring species, which feed or the provision of life cycle uses the same host that use the living organism; 2.5.7. adaptation opportunities even under adverse conditions (such as migration, diapauz, peace period); 2.5.8. competitors and natural enemies in and outside the area where the body is used for plant protection; 2.5.9. the species tested as host (the list), and official information on host range; 2.5.10. the method used for determining host spectrum (experimental design, conditions, host stage of development); 2.5.11. host cultivation methods and their description (also of the species in cultivation methods that control living organisms not for use); 2.5.12. the statistical methods used and their description. II. Living organisms effects on human health 3. information about the significant risks to human health and animals and any observed adverse effects on biota and it blooms leading in persons employed (for example, the observed cases of asthma or rhinitis, the living organism the ability to cause skin irritation and allergic reactions to people by prolonged exposure to large quantities of living organisms, the transmission of diseases). 4. Measures to prevent the living organism, the negative effects on human health. III. The living organism to the environment 5. climatic zone-specific circumstances observed impacts on species to limit the spread of living organisms is not intended for use. 6. information on the living organism the role of natural ecosystem: 6.1 host spectrum (monofāg or oligofāg); 6.2. competitive, oppressive or otherwise impact on the natural occurring species, which feed or the provision of life cycle uses the same host, using a living organism; 6.3. species that threatens the living organisms (parazitoīd, predators, pathogens); 6.4. the living organisms on the effects of harmful organisms, as well as to other filoģenētisk or ecologically associated with living organisms or non-related species, living organism can be used as host; 6.5. host selection by competition between the harmful organism, which scares the living organisms intended for use, and the species living organism can be used as a host, but that it is not intended to control the use, the substitution of the opportunity assessment; 6.6. the living organism sexual with local races or the same local or very closely related species, which feed or the provision of life cycle uses the same host, using a living organism; 4.2. impact on plants, if the the living organism is a fitofāg and if possible phytotoxicity, also a possible negative effect on protected crops or plant species whose protection is not intended to be used; 6.8. the ability of a population of living organisms introduced to ekozon and spread, moving from one ekozon to another. Evaluate: 6.8.1. abiotisko factors: climatic similarities between the point of origin and where living organisms intended for use; 6.8.2. biotisko factors — the access possibility to the species, which scares the living organisms not for use but are living organism can be used as host; 6.8.3. biotic and abiotic factors combine and other resources available to living organism survive and multiply; 6.8.4. diapauz and hibernation; 6.9. the possible indirect effects on individual species and ecosystems: 6.9.1. field observations or nurseries for living organisms data on living organism could carry viruses or micro-organisms, which may adversely affect the species, which scares the living organism is not intended for use; 6.9.2. biota of positive effects on the environment in comparison with existing or alternative harmful organism control techniques (for example, limiting the spread of the harmful organism, formation of resistance); 6.10. Summary of information on impacts on the living organism ecosystem; 6.11. summary information on possible risks to the environment. IV. use of the living organism, the effectiveness of the information and data that demonstrates the use of the living organism, the effectiveness of the control of harmful organisms for crops for which they are intended to be used. The circumstances in which the use of the living organism is effective. 8. any positive impact caused by the use of the living organism. 9. Summary information on the use of the living organism. 10. the importance of integrated living organism in the plant protection system. V. Life in the production of the organism and the intended use of the living organism, blooms leading 11-detailed description of the methods. 12. origin of living organisms (species or lower taxonomic level): 12.1 if the organism life obtained under field conditions: 12.1.1. latitude and longitude, in which it was obtained; 12.1.2. natural area in which it is obtained; 12.1.3 seasons that made the population issue; 12.2. If the the living organism for laboratory culture: 12.2.1. number of individuals in a population and the number of generations in a population; 12.2.2. the person who maintains the living organism population: first name, last name, or name and address. 13. Impurities resulting from the living organism in the production process (including the host and the substrate), and procedures to separate them, if necessary. 14. Living organisms used to host the blooms leading. Information about any species which will not be separated from the living the body, and will be distributed with it, and the characteristics of this species. 15. the procedures that provide a living organism produced a lot of purity before the start of the distribution (such as the cocoon and the Mummy surfaces washing with a fungicide, the stage of development the removal of specimens). 16. The living organism of the quality and purity of the evaluation (testing) method. 17. the nature of the genetic modification, where the living organism is genetically modified. 18. The harmful organism which control to use for living organisms, and protected crops. 19. The living organism would result in reducing the negative impacts of options if it causes a negative impact. 20. Life in the body shop address. 21. Countries in which living organism is used as a plant protection product.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze attachment 2. Cabinet of Ministers of 29 June 2004, regulations no 568 information to be submitted as a living organism species for which facilitate the requirements applicable to (I) living organism, identity and characteristics of the living organism 1. identity: 1.1. full scientific name, the last name of the person who identified the appropriate biota species, publication, the official description of the living organism; 1.2. the taxonomic classification (type, class, family, genus, subgenus, species, subspecies), including information about common units for the relevant taxonomic name, synonyms and taxonomic name for a historical shift; 1.3. features for accurate identification, giving biota species differences from close relatives of the species or, failing that, a description of the signs of life in the presence of the organism (for example, any visible signs of contamination by the harmful organism living organisms). 2. characteristics of the living organism: 2.1 genus and specific characteristics: 2.1.1. Biology (morphology, sex dimorfism, size, weight, feather without wings, or behavioral characteristics); 2.1.2. Description of the life cycle; 2.1.3. the breeding; 2.1.4. the breeding season; 2.1.5. the reproductive potential (for example, number of eggs, juvenil specimen); 2.1.6. number of generations per year; 2.1.7. life expectancy; 2.1.8. particular characteristics and features (such as toxicity, harmful effects, the ability to cause an allergic reaction, feeding characteristics, aggressive and defensive behavior, unpleasant smell, characteristic of plant damage, resistance to pesticides, frost resistance, aggressiveness foraging); 2.2. the factors that may affect the development of populations of organisms in the life and activity (effectiveness) after the distribution environment (such as temperature, humidity, wind, precipitation, soil type, water quality, height above sea level, the species that live in the body uses food or life-cycle assurance (host); 2.3. the spreading mechanism; 2.4. geographical and ecological distribution of: 2.4.1. natural area (for example, tropical, subtropical) and spread in the world, including information on any known incidence outside the area where the body was introduced to live deliberately or accidentally introducēj; 2.4.2. Special requirements for Habitat (such as land, water, meadow, forest, mountains, arable land, fallow land); 2.4.3. spread options (such as airworthiness, species that can be used as alternative host, migration behavior); 2.5. the living organism Ecology: 2.5.1. requirements for survival and reproduction, optimal and extreme climatic conditions that have made possible the survival of the living organism and reproduction; 2.5.2. the ability to interact and integrate with your existing environment and the ability of the species form hybrids; 2.5.3. host spectrum (indicate possible host and primary host); 2.5.4. naturally occurring species, which feed or the provision of life cycle uses the same host that use the living organism; 2.5.5. adaptation opportunities even under adverse conditions (such as migration, diapauz, peace period); 2.5.6. the host cultivation methods. II. Living organisms effects on human health 3. information on the observed adverse impact on living organisms and their blooms leading users of persons employed in the health (for example, the observed cases of asthma or rhinitis, the living organism the ability to cause skin irritation and allergic reactions to people by prolonged exposure to large quantities of living organisms, the transmission of diseases). 4. Measures to prevent the living organism, the negative effects on human health. III. Living organisms in environmental impact 5. information on the living organism, the environmental impact: 5.1. host range; 5.2. organism populations capable of life introduced to ekozon and spread by moving from one ekozon to another. 5.3. the living body's indirect impact on ecosystems; 5.4. biota of positive effects on the environment in comparison with existing or alternative harmful organism control techniques (for example, limiting the spread of the harmful organism, the emergence of resistance). IV. assess the effectiveness of the living organism 6. information and data that proves the effectiveness of the living organisms of the intended use. 7. information on any living organism, use positive impact. V. Life in the production of the organism and the intended use of the living organism, blooms leading 8-detailed description of the methods. 9. Impurities resulting from the living organism in the production process (including the host and the substrate), and procedures to separate them, if necessary. 10. Living organisms used to host the blooms leading. Information about any species which will not be separated from the living body, and will be distributed with it, and the characteristics of this species. 11. the procedures that provide a living organism produced a lot of purity before the start of the distribution (such as the cocoon and the Mummy surfaces washing with a fungicide, the stage of development the removal of specimens). 12. Life in the body of the quality and purity of the evaluation (testing) method. 13. the nature of the genetic modification, where the living organism is genetically modified. 14. The harmful organism which control to use for living organisms, and protected crops. 15. Living organisms would cause negative impact reduction capabilities, if it causes a negative impact. 16. shop floor the living organism. 17. Countries in which living organism is used as a plant protection product.
Minister of agriculture m. Roze annex 3 of the Cabinet of Ministers of 29 June 2004, regulations no 568 biota labelling information to be included in the protective label I. 1. indication in the form of a pictogram or write about that package contains living organisms. 2. indication as to the life of the organism during transport and storage conditions such as temperature and humidity. 3. indication or inscription in the form of pictograms on the packaging in the proper position (horizontal or vertical), performing actions with it. 4. information on the use of the living organism target organism reside, for example, a plant pest. 5. the manufacturer on packaging and labelling and the person responsible (if not the manufacturer) the name or business name and the address. 6. the distribution of the plant protection product the person responsible for the initiation of (representative, importer) name, surname or name, address and telephone number. 7. Packing date. 8. Period of validity. 9. Protective marking, in addition you can specify the international requirements for the transport of live organisms according to the information in the English language. II. Package marking 10. indication in the form of a pictogram or write about that package contains living organisms. 11. indication as to the life of the organism during transport and storage conditions such as temperature and humidity. 12. indication or inscription in the form of pictograms on the packaging in the proper position (horizontal or vertical), performing actions with it. 13. the trade name the living organism. 14. the number of the registration certificate. 15. the registration class. 16. the number of individuals living organism in the packing unit. 17. information on the living organisms: species of the genus 17.1 and Latin name and (if available) to the Latvian language; 17.2. indication of the stage of development in which the living organism is distributed; 10.7. any organisms of the genus and species name, which is distributed together with the living organism. 18. Living organisms in the life cycle of the summary, including information on life expectancy and the number of generations per year. 19. Package leaflet: 19.1. apkarojam the harmful organism; 19.2. the crop to be protected; 19.3. the dose; 19.4. Description of the method of use; 19.5. the number of usage times and intervals; 12.2. the living conditions of the organism, including optimum and critical light, temperature, moisture and harmful organism, which is essential to ensure the effectiveness of the living organism; 19.7. the living organism sensitivity to chemical plant protection products. 20. Life in the body's optimal and critical storage conditions. 21. the Life of the organism and of the manufacturer of the packaging and labelling the person responsible (if not the manufacturer) the name or business name and the address. 22. Concerning the distribution of living organisms responsible persons (representative, importer) name, surname or the name, address and telephone number. 23. The date of packing. 24. The period of validity. 25. Restrictions on use (specifically the circumstances in which living organisms must not be used). 26. the indication of possible risks to the environment or human health (if necessary). 27. If the intended place on the packaging is too small, 18 and 19 of this annex, the information referred to in paragraph shall be shown separately, including this annex 13, 14, 15, 17, 20, 25 and 26, paragraph information.
Minister of agriculture m. rose