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Council Directive 93/85/EEC of 4 October 1993 on the control of potato ring rot

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ANNEX III

1.The elements to be considered in the determination of the extent of probable contamination under Article 5 (1) (b), shall include:

  • tubers or plants grown at a place of production designated as contaminated under Article 5(1) (a),

  • place(s) of production or premises with some production link to the tubers or plants, designated as contaminated under Article 5 (1) (a), including those sharing production equipment and facilities directly or through a common contractor,

  • tubers or plants produced in the place(s) of production referred to in the previous indent, or present in such place(s) of production during the period when the tubers or plants designated as contaminated under Article 5 (1) (a) were present on the premises or places of production referred to in the first indent,

  • central stores handling potatoes from the above places of production,

  • any machinery, vehicle, vessel, store, or units thereof, and any other objects including packaging material, that may have come into contact with the tubers or plants designated as contaminated under Article 5 (1) (a), during the previous 12 months or wherever appropriate,

  • any tubers or plants stored in, or in contact with, any of the structures or objects listed in the previous indent, prior to the cleansing and disinfection of such structures and objects, and

  • shall include, as a result of the testing under Article 6, tubers or plants with the same clonal origin as tubers or plants designated to be contaminated under Article 5 (1) (a) and for which investigations indicate contamination is probable.

2.The elements to be considered in the determination of the possible spread under Article 5 (1) (c) shall include:

  • the proximity of other places of production growing potatoes or other host plants,

  • the commonality of seed potato stocks.

3.The details of the notification referred to in the first subparagraph of Article 5 (2) shall include:

  • for any potato consignment or lot designated as contaminated, the certificates prescribed in Articles 7 or 8 of Directive 77/93/EEC, the passport or registration number, as appropriate,

  • the variety name for seed potato stocks, and where possible in all other cases,

  • a description of the elements of the designated contamination and zone demarcation,

  • the availability of extract, prepared immunofluorescent slides, infected eggplant material and an isolated culture of the organism from the test in which positive confirmation of the organism has been made.

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