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

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Interpretation

1.  In this Schedule—

“appropriate protocol” (“protocol priodol”) means—

(a)

a protocol published by the European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organisation in relation to the particular activity (such as, but not limited to, sampling and testing or multiplication, renewal and propagation, including by micropropagation, of mother plants) and the particular genus or species concerned;

(b)

where no protocol mentioned at paragraph (a) exists, a protocol in relation to the same matters which has international recognition; or

(c)

where neither protocol mentioned at paragraph (a) or (b) exists, a protocol established by the Welsh Ministers in relation to the same matters;

“candidate pre-basic mother plant” (“planhigyn tarddiol cyn-sylfaenol sy’n destun cais”) means a mother plant which the supplier intends to have accepted as a pre-basic mother plant;

“multiplication” (“lluosi”) means the vegetative production of plants in order to obtain a sufficient number of plants in the same category;

“official inspection” (“arolygiad swyddogol”) means a visual inspection and, where appropriate, sampling and testing carried out by an inspector in accordance with paragraph 2;

“renewal” (“adnewyddu”) means replacing a plant with a plant vegetatively produced from it.

Official inspections

2.—(1) During an official inspection, an inspector must pay attention to—

(a)the suitability and use of methods by the supplier for checking each of the critical points in the production process;

(b)the overall competence of the supplier’s staff to carry out the production or reproduction of propagating material and fruit plants.

(2) An inspector must keep records of the results and dates of all field inspections and sampling and testing carried out by that inspector.

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