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The Marketing of Fruit Plant and Propagating Material (Scotland) Regulations 2017

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Pre-basic material (other than mother plants and rootstocks not belonging to a variety)

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3.  Propagating material, other than mother plants and rootstocks which do not belong to a variety, may be officially certified as pre-basic material if it has been found on official inspection and, where appropriate, through administrative checks, to fulfil the following requirements:—

(a)it is directly propagated from a pre-basic mother plant in accordance with paragraph 13 or 14;

(b)the pre-basic mother plant mentioned in sub-paragraph (a)—

(i)is accepted in accordance with paragraph 5;

(ii)has been obtained by multiplication in accordance with paragraph 13; or

(iii)has been obtained by micropropagation in accordance with paragraph 14;

(c)it is true to the description of its variety and this is verified in accordance with paragraph 7;

(d)it is maintained in accordance with the requirements of paragraph 8;

(e)it complies with the requirements concerning health in paragraph 10;

(f)where it has been grown in the field under non-insect proof conditions, in accordance with a derogation granted by the European Commission under Article 8(4) of Commission Implementing Directive 2014/98/EU, the soil in which it has been grown complies with paragraph 11; and

(g)it complies with the requirements concerning defects in paragraph 12.

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