a supply of seeds (or tubers) reserved for planting
- Destroy remaining commercial seed stock.
- Recall remaining commercial seed stock held by operators.
- Identification and labelling of seed and planting stock
- Conditions concerning the identification and labelling of the seed and planting stock produced from this seed
- mention that the seed and planting stock produced from this seed satisfies less stringent requirements.
- Odbor osiv a sadby (Division of Seed Materials and Planting Stock)
- Division of Seed Materials and Planting Stock (Odbor osiv a sadby)
- Methods to prevent loss of virulence of seed stock of the micro-organism
- In addition, those rules require seed and planting stock of the ‘source identified’ and ‘selected’ categories to be officially certified and the seed packages officially closed in accordance with the OECD Forest seed and plant scheme.
- Such seed and planting stock should be marketed with a document containing certain details regarding its identification.
- Furthermore, seed and planting stock produced from this seed should be marketed only if it is accompanied by a document bearing certain details of the reproductive material in question.
- authorising Member States to permit temporarily the marketing of seed of the species Cedrus libani, Pinus brutia and planting stock produced from this seed not satisfying the requirements of Council Directive 1999/105/EC
- Third countries are not in a position to supply sufficient seed and planting stock produced from this seed of the relevant species affording the same guarantees as Community reproductive material and conforming to the provisions of Directive 1999/105/EC.
- statement that the seed and planting stock produced from this seed satisfies less stringent requirements than those provided for in Articles 13 and 14 of Directive 1999/105/EC.
- In order to cover the shortage, France should therefore be authorised to permit, for a limited period, the marketing of seed and planting stock produced from this seed of the relevant species which satisfies less stringent requirements.