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The Beet Seed (Wales) Regulations 2005

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4.  Subject to paragraphs 5 to 8, the crop shall conform to the following standards as regards distances from neighbouring sources of pollen—

CropMinimum distance
12

(1) For the production of basic seed— from any pollen source of the genus Beta

1,000 metres

(2) For the production of CS seed of sugar beet—

from any pollen sources of the genus Beta not included below1,000 metres
the intended pollinator or one of the intended pollinators being diploid, from tetraploid sugar beet pollen sources600 metres
the intended pollinator being exclusively tetraploid, from diploid sugar beet pollen sources600 metres

(d)from sugar beet pollen sources, the ploidy of which is unknown

600 metres

(e)the intended pollinator or one of the intended pollinators being diploid, from diploid sugar beet pollen sources

300 metres

(f)the intended pollinator being exclusively tetraploid, from tetraploid sugar beet pollen sources

300 metres

(g)between two sugar beet seed production fields in which male sterility is not used

300 metres

(3) For the production of CS seed of fodder beet—

(a)from any pollen sources of the genus Beta not included below

1,000 metres

(b)the intended pollinator or one of the intended pollinators being diploid, from tetraploid fodder beet pollen sources

600 metres

(c)the intended pollinator being exclusively tetraploid, from diploid fodder beet pollen sources

600 metres

(d)from fodder beet pollen sources, the ploidy of which is unknown

600 metres

(e)the intended pollinator or one of the intended pollinators being diploid, from diploid fodder beet pollen sources

300 metres

(f)the intended pollinator being exclusively tetraploid, from tetraploid fodder beet pollen sources

300 metres

(g)between two fodder beet seed production fields in which male sterility is not used

300 metres

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