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Cereal Seeds Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2009 (S.R. No. 383 of 2009).

Type of law
Regulation
Source

Abstract
These Regulations apply to the certification and marketing of cereal seed of the species specified in Schedule 2 to these Regulations. The Regulations include provisions that lay down the procedures relating to the certification of cereal seed in Northern Ireland, including provisions relating to the entry of seed lots, the entry of crops, the field inspection of crops, the lodging of field inspection reports and similar documents, the re-grading of crops, seed testing, the lodging of seed test reports, the re-grading of seed and the withdrawal of official certification.
The Regulations provide for certain derogations for acceptance of agricultural landraces and varieties which are naturally adapted to the local and regional conditions and threatened by genetic erosion and for marketing of seed of those landraces and varieties.
Date of text
Notes
Made under the Seeds Act (Northern Ireland) 1965.These Regulations consolidate the Cereal Seeds Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1994 (S.R.1994 No.254), as amended by the Cereal Seeds (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1995 (S.R.1995 No.47), the Seeds (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 1997 (S.R. 1997 No. 240), the Cereal Seeds (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000 (S.R.2000 No.53), the Cereal Seeds (Amendment No.2) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2000 (S.R.2000 No. 128), the Cereal Seeds (Amendment) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2001 (S.R.2001 No.330), the Seeds (Fees) (No.2) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2002 (S.R.2002 No.407), the Seeds (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2003 (S.R. 2003 No. 42), the Seeds (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2004 (S.R. 2004 No. 460) and the Seeds (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2008 (S.R. 2008 No.114).
Repealed
Yes
Source language

English

Legislation Amendment
No