Order Aaa/198/2014, Of 12 February, By Which Modify The Annex Vii Of The General Regulations Of The Register Of Commercial Varieties; Annexes V And Vi Of The General Technical Regulations For Control And Certification Of Seeds And Nursery Plants; The...

Original Language Title: Orden AAA/198/2014, de 12 de febrero, por la que se modifican el anexo VII del Reglamento General del Registro de Variedades Comerciales; los anexos V y VI del Reglamento General Técnico de control y certificación de semillas y plantas de vivero; el...

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The international code of Botanical Nomenclature (CINB), has been revised in what refers to the botanical name of the species tomato.

By the present order joins the domestic legal order the execution Directive 2013/45/EU Commission of August 7, 2013, by which directives 2002/55/EC and 2008/72/EC of the Council and the Commission directive 2009/145/EC, amending in what refers to the botanical name of the tomato.

For this reason it is necessary to modify paragraph 1 of annex VII of the General registry regulations of commercial varieties, approved by Royal Decree 170/2011, on 11 February. Modification is carried out by order based in enabling legislation contained in the fourth final provision of the Royal Decree 170/2011, on 11 February, which empowers the head of this Department to modify its annexes.

On the other hand, amending annexes V and VI of the unique schedule of the General technical rules of control and certification of seeds and plants nursery, approved by order of 23 May 1986, the unique annex of the regulation General technical control and certification of seeds and horticultural plants, approved by the order of 1 July 1986 , and annexes I and II of the technical regulations for control of the production and marketing of vegetable seedlings and other than seeds multiplication of vegetable material, approved by the order of 28 October 1994, for all of them, replace the botanical name of the tomato.

In the preparation of this order have been consulted the autonomous communities and the organizations representing the sectors concerned.

By virtue, according to the Council of State, I have: article 1. Modification of the General registry regulations of commercial varieties, approved by Royal Decree 170/2001, on 11 February.

The General registry regulations of commercial varieties, approved by Royal Decree 170/2011, from February 11, shall be amended as follows: paragraph 1 of annex VII is replaced the botanical name: tomato Licopersicon esculentum Mill, by tomato Solanum lycopersicum l..

Article 2. Modification of the General technical rules of control and certification of seeds and plants nursery, approved by order of May 23, 1986.

The General technical regulations for control and certification of seeds and plants nursery, approved by order of May 23, 1986, is amended as follows: in annexes V and VI of the annex only replaces the botanical name Lycopersicon esculentum Mill, by Solanum lycopersicum l..

Article 3. Modification of the technical regulation of control and certification of seeds and horticultural plants, approved by order of 1 July 1986.

The technical regulation of control and certification of seeds and horticultural plants, approved by the order of July 1, 1986, is amended as follows: in the annex, paragraph I, replace the botanical name Lycopersicon esculentum Mill, by Solanum lycopersicum l..

Article 4. Change in the technical regulations for control of the production and marketing of vegetable seedlings and other than seeds multiplication of vegetable material, approved by the order of 28 October 1994.

Technical regulation of control of the production and marketing of vegetable seedlings and other than seeds multiplication material, approved by the order of 28 October 1994, shall be amended as follows: in annexes I and II replaced the botanical names Lycopersicon esculentum Mill and Lycopersicon lycopersicum by Solanum lycopersicum l..

First final provision. Incorporation of European Union law.

By this order is incorporated into Spanish law directive execution 2013/45/EU of Commission of August 7, 2013, by which amending Directives 2002/55/EC and 2008/72/EC of the Council, and the Commission directive 2009/145/EC in what refers to the botanical name of the tomato.

Second final provision. Entry into force.

This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, February 12, 2014.-the Minister of agriculture, food and environment, Miguel Arias Canete.