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The Seed Marketing Regulations (Northern Ireland) 2016

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9.  Basic seed is seed complying with the following conditions.

Type of cerealCondition
Self-pollinating varieties of oats, naked oats, barley, rye, triticale, wheat, durum wheat and spelt wheat

The seed must be—

(a)

produced under the responsibility of the breeder according to well-defined practices for the maintenance of the variety; and

(b)

intended for the production of certified seed of categories CS, C1 or C2

Hybrid varieties of oats, barley, rye, wheat, durum wheat, spelt wheat, triticale and maizeThe seed must be intended for the production of hybrids
Maize spp. open-pollinated varieties

The seed must be—

(a)

produced under the responsibility of the breeder according to well-defined practices for the maintenance of the variety; and

(b)

intended for the production of seed of this variety of the category “certified seed” triple cross or of top cross hybrid variety or of intervarietal hybrids

Maize, inbred lines

Any seed

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