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The Beet Seed (Scotland) (No. 2) Regulations 2010

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Regulations 2(1) and (5), 3, 4(1)9(2) and (4) and 11(1)

SCHEDULE 1SPECIES AND CATEGORIES OF BEET SEED

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PART ISPECIES OF SEED TO WHICH THE REGULATIONS APPLY

Seeds of sugar beet and fodder beet of the species Beta Vulgaris L.

PART IICATEGORIES OF SEED THAT MAY BE MARKETED

Breeder’s Seed

1.  Breeder’s Seed is uncertified Pre-Basic Seed of a generation earlier than that of Basic Seed—

(a)which has been produced by or under the responsibility of the breeder; and

(b)is intended for the production of uncertified Pre-Basic Seed, Pre-Basic Seed or Basic Seed.

Pre-Basic Seed

2.  Pre-Basic Seed is seed of a generation earlier than that of Basic Seed—

(a)which has been produced by or under the responsibility of the breeder;

(b)is intended for the production of Pre-Basic Seed, Basic Seed or, with the written authority of the breeder and the Scottish Ministers, Certified Seed, and

(c)either—

(i)satisfies the requirements for Basic Seed set out in Schedule 4 and in respect of which—

(aa)an official certificate has been issued in accordance with Part I of Schedule 2; or

(bb)a breeder’s confirmation has been issued in accordance with Part II of Schedule 2; or

(ii)has been certified by a European Authority other than the Scottish Ministers as satisfying the conditions specified in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) and Annex I (conditions for certification) of the Beet Seed Directive.

Basic Seed

3.  Basic Seed is seed—

(a)which has been produced by or under the responsibility of the breeder from uncertified Pre-Basic Seed or Pre-Basic Seed;

(b)is intended for the production of Certified Seed, and

(c)either—

(i)satisfies the requirements for Basic Seed set out in Schedule 4 and in respect of which–

(aa)an official certificate has been issued in accordance with Part I of Schedule 2; or

(bb)a breeder’s confirmation has been issued in accordance with Part II of Schedule 2; or

(ii)has been certified by a European Authority other than the Scottish Ministers as satisfying the conditions specified in sub-paragraphs (a) and (b) and Annex I of the Beet Seed Directive.

Certified Seed

4.  Certified Seed is seed—

(a)which has been produced directly from Basic Seed or, with the written authority of the breeder and the Scottish Ministers, from Pre-Basic Seed; and

(b)either—

(i)satisfies the requirements for Certified Seed set out in Schedule 4 and in respect of which an official certificate has been issued in accordance with Part I of Schedule 2; or

(ii)has been certified by a European Authority other than the Scottish Ministers as satisfying the conditions specified in sub-paragraph (a) and Annex I of the Beet Seed Directive.

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