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The Plant Health (Great Britain) Order 1993

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2.  Official testing pursuant to item 1 of this Schedule shall be carried out in accordance with appropriate methods to determine the actual presence of the Potato Ring Rot bacterium. A growing area, store or consignment shall be considered to be contaminated with the Potato Ring Rot bacterium if it is discovered in a single plant or tuber of potato. The official testing shall, in addition, be carried out either:

  • on potato stocks which are clonally related to the stock involved in the contaminated unit and which may be infected because of their clonal relationship or

  • on potato stock that may have become contaminated through contact with the contaminated stock or other objects which may also have been contaminated.

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