The regulation technical control and certification of seeds of cereals, approved by order ARM/3368/2010, of 27 December, establishes the requirements that must be met in the process of production of cereal seed, in accordance with the Directive 66/402/EEC of the Council of 14 June, on the marketing of cereal seed.
This Directive 66/402/EEC of the Council of June 14, has been amended by Directive implementation (EU) 2015 / 1955 of the Committee, on October 29, 2015, that amending annexes I and II to Council Directive 66/402/EEC, with regard to the conditions which must comply with the cultivation of seeds of hybrid varieties of barley obtained by the method of cytoplasmic male sterility.
This standard incorporates into domestic law implementing Directive 2015/1955/EU Commission of October 29, 2015, through the corresponding modification of the technical regulation of control and certification of cereal seed.
In the drafting of this provision has been consulted to the autonomous communities and institutions representative of the sectors concerned.
By virtue, according to the Council of State, I have: single article. Amendment to the rules of technical control and certification of seeds of cereals, approved by the order ARM/3368/2010, of 27 December.
Is modify the regulation technical of control and certification of seeds of cereals, approved by order ARM / 3368 / 2010, of 27 of December, in the following terms: one. (He annex 1 is modified as follows: to) in it observation third is includes the following text after the first paragraph: «in the production of seeds of varieties hybrid of barley obtained using it sterility male cytoplasmic, the cultivation must adjust is to them following requirements relating to them distances concerning them sources of pollen neighbouring, which can give place to Pollinations not press» : For the production of seeds of base, 100 meters.
For the production of certified seed, 50 meters.»
(b) at the end of the fourth observation included the following text: "in the production of seed of hybrid varieties of barley using the method of cytoplasmic male sterility (CMS), cultivation will possess sufficient identity and purity as regards the characteristics of its components, and in addition shall comply with the following requirements which will be reviewed in an official post-control test : 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: crops used to produce basic seed, 0.1% for the maintainer line and restorer line and 0.2% for the female component of the CMS;
The crops used to produce certified seed, 0.3% for the Restorer line and the female component of the CMS and 0,5% in case that the female component of the CMS is a unique hybrid.
2. the rate of male sterility of the female component shall be: for the production of basic seed, of the minimum of 99.7%.
For the production of certified seed, of 99.5% as a minimum.
3. certified seeds may occur in a mixed culture of a female component male sterile with a male component which fertile.»
Two. Annex 2 includes the following final observation: "in the case of seed of hybrid varieties of barley using the CMS method, the minimum varietal purity shall be 85%. Impurities, with the exception of the Restorer line, shall not exceed 2%. «This purity must be examined in the tests official of post-control on a proportion appropriate of samples.»
Available end first. Incorporation of European Union law.
By this order the directive's implementation (EU) 2015 joins the Spanish right / 1955 of the Committee, on October 29, 2015 for amending annexes I and II to Council Directive 66/402/EEC, with regard to the conditions which must comply with the cultivation of seeds of hybrid varieties of barley obtained by the method of cytoplasmic male sterility.
Available to finish second. Entry in force.
This order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".
Madrid, 26 April 2016.-the Minister of agriculture, food and environment, Isabel García Tejerina.