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Order No. 594 on production of potatoes.

Country
Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
This Order establishes regulations on commercial production and sale of potatoes and sorting of potato seeds and packaging procedures. Production of potato seeds must not take place on soil utilized for waste and distance of seeds in soil is specified in order to avoid risks of spreading of plant disease and bacteria. Machinery and equipment serving these purposes must undergo disinfect and hygiene procedures. Surveys take place to ensure these rules are being observed and shall be classified and approved by the Plant Directorate according to current quality standards adhering to EU regulations.
It consists of 11 Chapters and 13 Annexes: Scope and purpose (1); Authorization (2); Approval of cultivation areas (3); Criteria for potatoe production (4); Approval of production (5); Sale of potatoes (6); Farming of potatoes (7); Experiments and trials (8); Accounting and reporting (9); Administrative provisions (19); Entry into force (11).
Appendix 1 - List of Appendices.
Appendix 2 - Overview of maximum quantities of seed and conservation varieties that may be traded.
Appendix 3 - Specific requirements for the production of meristem cuttings.
Appendix 4 - Requirements for sorting companies for seed potatoes.
Appendix 5 - Host plants for potato cyst nematodes.
Appendix 6 - Harmful plant organisms not to be present in breeding areas.
Appendix 7 - Minimum criteria requirements in field surveys prior to approval.
Appendix 8 - Virus investigation.
Appendix 9 Breeding and sales classes for seed potatoes.
Appendix 10 - Requirements for design of plant.
Appendix 11 Packing and sealing.
Appendix 12 Quality requirement for potato seeds.
Appendix 13 - Quality standards for potatoes, including new potatoes
Date of text
Entry into force notes
Entry into force on 12 June 2013.
Repealed
Yes
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No
Original title
Bekendtg relse om avl m.v. af kartofler.
Repealed by