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The Seed (Scotland) (Miscellaneous Amendments) Regulations 2010

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Amendment of Schedule 4 (requirements for pre-basic seed, basic seed, certified seed, certified seed of the first generation and certified seed of the second generation)

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5.  In Schedule 4, in paragraph 16(1) (standards of germination, analytical purity and content of seed of other plant species)—

(a)in the table, in the heading of columns 12 and 13 and in footnote (b) to the table, for “A. ludoviciana, A sterilis”, substitute “Avena sterilis”;

(b)in the table, in the heading of columns 14 and 15, for “Agropyron repens”, substitute “Elytrigia repens”;

(c)in the table, before the entry for ‘Secale cereale’, insert the entry in Schedule 2 to these Regulations; and

(d)for footnote (c) to the table, substitute—

(c)In the case of varieties of Hordeum vulgare which are officially classified as of the “naked barley” type and in the case of varieties of Avena nuda which are officially classified as of the “naked oat” type, the minimum germination standard is 75%. In such cases the official label shall be endorsed ‘minimum germination capacity 75%’..

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