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Seed and Plant Propagating Act.

Country/Territory
Estonia
Document type
Legislation
Date
1998
Source
FAO, FAOLEX
Subject
Forestry, Cultivated plants
Keyword
Planting material/seeds Basic legislation Plant production Plant variety International trade Certification Inspection
Geographical area
Europe, European Union Countries, Northern Europe
Entry into force notes
Entered into force on 1 July 1998.
Abstract

Act to provide for the use of plant varieties, and to regulate the production and packaging of seed and propagating material of species of agricultural, horticultural and forestry plants, the trade in such materials, and the certification and inspection in by the State of such materials. Special requirements for the use of seed and propagating material protected in Estonia shall be provided for in the Plant Variety Rights Act and subordinated legislation. The Act consists of 31 sections divided

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References - Legislation

Implemented by

Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture No 20 of 1999 regarding endorsement of categories of vegetable seed, and procedures for packaging, marketing and importation of vegetable seed.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Oils/oilseeds/fats, Oleaginous plants, Planting material/seeds, Certification, International trade, Packaging/labelling, Transport/storage

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture No 8 of 1999 regarding endorsement of list of plant species subject to Official Variety Listing and certification, and procedure of Official Variety Listing.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Plant variety, Certification, Classification/declassification, Data collection/reporting, Access-to-information, Registration

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture No 18 of 1999 regarding endorsement of categories of propagating material of fruit and berry plants, and procedures for accreditation of laboratories producing propagating material of fruit and berry plants, and packaging, marketing and importation of propagating material of fruit and berry plants.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Fruits/edible nuts, Planting material/seeds, Certification, International trade, Packaging/labelling, Transport/storage

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture No 8 of 2001 regarding amendment of the Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture of 12 March 1999 No 8 “Endorsement of list of plant species subject to Official Variety Listing and certification, and procedure of Official Variety Listing”.

Legislation | Estonia | 2001

Keyword: Plant variety, Certification, Classification/declassification, Data collection/reporting, Access-to-information, Registration

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation of the Ministry of Agriculture No 14 of 1999 regarding endorsement of categories of seed potato, and procedures for accreditation of laboratories producing seed potatoes, and packaging, marketing and importation of seed potatoes.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Vegetables/legumes, Planting material/seeds, Certification, International trade, Packaging/labelling, Transport/storage

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation No. 66 of the Ministry of the Environment regarding approval of legal acts established pursuant to the Seed and Plant Propagation Material Act and the Forest Act.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Forest species, Protection of species, Alien species, Plant protection, Planting material/seeds

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Regulation No. 68 of the Ministry of the Environment regarding validation of the requirements for the import of forest seed and propagating material into Estonia.

Legislation | Estonia | 1999

Keyword: Certification, International trade, Planting material/seeds

Source: FAO, FAOLEX

Repealed by

Plant Propagation and Plant Variety Rights Act.

Legislation | Estonia | 2005

Keyword: Basic legislation, Plant variety, Crops/grasses, Planting material/seeds, Intellectual property rights/patents, Certification, Contract/agreement

Source: FAO, FAOLEX