Order Of 27 June 1995 Amending The Technical Regulation Of Control And Certification Of Seeds Of Cereals.

Original Language Title: Orden de 27 de junio de 1995 por la que se modifica el Reglamento Técnico de Control y Certificación de Semillas de Cereales.

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The need to adapt the specific legislation in the field of control and certification of seeds of cereals to the Directive 95/6/EC, from the Commission of 20 March, that amending the annexes to Directive 66/402/EEC, the Council, on the marketing of cereal seed, requires the modification of the technical regulation of Control and certification of seeds of cereals approved by the order of 1 July 1986, in virtue, I have: single article.

Modifies the technical regulation of Control and certification of cereal seeds approved by order of 1 July 1986 and last amended by order of 5 May 1993, the terms listed below are: 1. in its chapter II - categories of seeds - section 3.5, first subparagraph, after the rye word following is added : «except their hybrids'.

2. in chapter II - categories of seeds - section 3.8 shall be added. with the following wording: «3.8 certified seed of hybrid varieties of rye. " Only certified seed seeds of base for which have been taken into account the results of official control subsequent samples obtained officially, carried out during the growing season of crops for the production of seeds for which requested certification, in determining such basic seed are in accordance with the requirements laid down in this regulation in regards to identity and purity of the characteristics shall be declared of its components, including male sterility.

Where appropriate, certified seed shall be produced in mixed cultures formed by a female without male activity component and a male component which restores male fertility.»

3 in their Annex number 1 - requirements of production processes-: to) in the third observation, the following second paragraph, after the word rye is added: «except their hybrids'. Also, after the second subparagraph shall be added the following: "in the production of seed of hybrid varieties of rye crop shall conform to the following requirements concerning the distances from neighbouring sources of pollen, which can give rise to unwanted Pollinations: for the production of basic seed, male sterility, using 1,000 meters;» If not using the male sterility, 600 metres.

For the production of certified seed, 500 meters".

(b) the fourth observation, first paragraph, after the word rye shall be added as follows: 'except their hybrids'. In addition, after the third paragraph is added as follows: 'in the production of seed of hybrid varieties of rye cultivation will possess sufficient identity and purity as regards the characteristics of their omponent, including male sterility.

Cultivation should be in addition, the following requirements and conditions: 1) the number of plants of the cultured species which, as you can see, does not meet the required conditions to components shall not exceed a: one per each 30 square meters dedicated to the production of basic seed.

One per 10 square meters dedicated to the production of certified seed; the official field inspections, this rule shall apply only to the female components.

(2) with respect to basic seed, male sterility, the index of the component idle male sterility using will be by 100 98 minimum.»

4. in their Annex number 2 - the following requirements of the seed - after the end of the fourth paragraph of comments, be added: «for non-hybrid varieties of rye. For hybrid varieties will be less than one in 500 grams for basic seed and less than four for certified seed. «Shall be considered in accordance with the rules the presence of five sclerotia or Fragments of sclerotia in a sample of 500 grams, provided that a second sample of the same weight contains at most four sclerotia or fragments thereof ".

Final disposition.

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

Madrid, 27 June 1995.