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The Seed Marketing Regulations 2011

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Regulation 4

SCHEDULE 1Seed to which these Regulations apply

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Plants to which the Regulations applyCommon name (for guidance only)
Beet
Beta vulgaris L.sugar beet, fodder beet (including mangel)
Cereals
Avena nuda L.small naked oat, hulless oat
Avena sativa L. (includes A.byzantina K. Koch)oats and red oat
Hordeum vulgare L.Barley
Secale cereale L.Rye
Triticum aestivum L.Wheat
Triticum durum Desf.durum wheat
Triticum spelta L.spelt wheat
x Triticosecale Wittm. ex A. Camus – hybrids resulting from the crossing of a species of the genus Triticum and a species of the genus SecaleTriticale
Zea mays L. (partim)maize (except popcorn and sweetcorn)
Fodder plants
Fine grasses:
Agrostis canina L.velvet bent
Agrostis capillaris L.brown top
Agrostis gigantea Rothred top
Agrostis stolonifera L.creeping bent grass
Festuca filiformis Pourr.fine leaved sheep’s fescue
Festuca ovina L.sheep’s fescue
Festuca rubra L.red fescue, Chewings fescue
Festuca trachyphylla (Hack.) Krajinahard fescue
Poa annua L.annual meadowgrass
Poa nemoralis L.wood meadowgrass
Poa pratensis L.smooth-stalked meadowgrass
Poa trivialis L.rough-stalked meadowgrass
xFestulolium Asch. & Graebn. – Hybrids resulting from the crossing of a species of the genus Festuca with a species of the genus LoliumFestulolium
Fodder grasses:
Arrhenatherumelatius (L.) P.Beauv.ex J. Presl & C. Presltall oatgrass
Bromus catharticus Vahl.rescue grass
Bromus sitchensis Trin.Alaska brome-grass
Dactylis glomerata L.Cocksfoot
Festuca arundinacea Schrebertall fescue
Festuca pratensis Huds.meadow fescue
Lolium multiflorum Lam.Italian ryegrass including Westerwold ryegrass
Lolium perenne L.perennial ryegrass
Lolium x boucheanum Kunthhybrid ryegrass
Phleum nodosum L.small timothy
Phleum pratense L.Timothy
Small seeded legumes:
Lotus corniculatus L.birdsfoot trefoil
Medicago lupulina L.trefoil, black medick
Medicago sativa L.Lucerne
Medicago x varia T. Martynsand lucerne
Onobrychis viciifolia Scop.sainfoin
Trifolium hybridum L.Alsike clover
Trifolium pratense L.red clover
Trifolium repens L.white clover
Large seeded legumes:
Lupinus albus L.white lupin
Lupinus angustifolius L.narrow leaved lupin (previously known as blue lupin)
Lupinus luteus L.yellow lupin
Pisum sativum L. (partim)field pea
Vicia faba L. (partim)field bean
Vicia pannonica CrantzHungarian vetch
Vicia sativa L.common vetch
Vicia villosa Rothhairy vetch
Crucifers:
Brassica napus L. var. napobrassica (L.) Rchb.Swede
Brassica oleracea L. convar. acephala (DC.) Alef. var. medullosa Thell. + var. viridis L.fodder kale
Raphanus sativus L. var. oleiformis Pers.fodder radish
Oil and fibre plants
Brassica juncea (L.) Czern.brown mustard
Brassica napus L. (partim)swede rape (including plants commonly known as fodder rape and oilseed rape)
Brassica nigra (L.) W.D.J. Kochblack mustard
Brassica rapa L. var. silvestris (Lam.) Briggsturnip rape
Cannabis sativa L.Hemp
Glycine max (L.) Merr.soya bean
Helianthus annuus L.Sunflower
Linum usitatissimum L.flax, linseed
Sinapis alba L.white mustard
Vegetables
Allium cepa L. (Cepa Group)onion, Echalion
Allium porrum L.Leek
Apium graveolens L.celery, celeriac
Asparagus officinalis L.Asparagus
Beta vulgaris L.beetroot including Cheltenham beet, spinach beet and chard
Brassica oleracea L.Brussels sprouts, cauliflower, curly kale, kohlrabi, red cabbage, Savoy cabbage, sprouting broccoli or calabrese, white cabbage
Brassica rapa L.Chinese cabbage, turnip
Cichorium endivia L.endive (curled-leaved, plain-leaved)
Cichorium intybus L.large-leaved (Italian) chicory
Cucumis melo L.Melon
Cucumis sativus L.cucumber, gherkin
Cucurbita maxima DuchesneGourd
Cucurbita pepo L.marrow or courgette
Daucus carota L.carrot, fodder carrot
Lactuca sativa L.Lettuce
Lycopersicon esculentum MillTomato
Petroselinum crispum (Mill) Nyman ex A.W HillParsley
Phaseolus coccineus L.runner bean
Phaseolus vulgaris L.French bean (dwarf, climbing)
Pisum sativum L. (partim)wrinkled pea, round pea, sugar pea
Raphanus sativus L.radish, black radish
Spinacia oleracea L.Spinach
Vicia faba L. (partim)broad bean
Zea mays L. (partim)sweet corn, popcorn

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