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Plant Variety Rights Regulations (Amendment) 1988

AU075: Plant Variety, Regulations (Amendment), 15/12/1988, No. 369

Statutory Rules 1988 No. 3691

Plant Variety Rights Regulations2 (Amendment)

1, THE GOVERNOR-GENERAL of the Commonwealth of Australia, acting with the advice of the Federal Executive Council and in accordance with subsection 13 (2) of the Plant Variety Rights Act 1987, hereby make the following Regulations under that Act.

Dated 15 December 1988.

N. M. STEPHEN

Governor-General

By His Excellency's Command,

PETER COOK

Minister of State for Resources for and on behalf of the Minister of State for Primary Industries and Energy

Commencement

1. These Regulations commence on 1 January 1989.

Schedule 1

2. Schedule 1 to the Plant Variety Rights Regulations is amended:

(a) by omitting from column 2 in item 2 in Part I "oilseed species only";

(b) by omitting from Column 2 in item 30 in Part II "americana";

(c) by omitting from Column 3 in item 32 in Part II "Almond";

(d) by adding at the end of that Schedule the following Part:

Part III

Column 1

Column 2

Column 3

Item

Genus or species

Common name of genus or species

44

Acacia

45

Achimenes

46

Acmena

47

Actinidia

Kiwifruit

48

Agapanthus

49

Allium cepa

Onion

50

Arachis

51

Begonia

52

Bothriochloa

53

Bromus

54

Callistemon

55

Carthamus tinctorius

Safflower

56

Casuarina

57

Choysia

58

Chrysanthemum

59

Cicer arietinum

Chickpea

60

Cuphea

61

Cyclamen

62

Cyphomandra

63

Dactylus

Cocksfoot

64

Daucus carota

Carrot

65

Desmanthus

66

Dryandra

67

Duboisia

68

Elaeocarpus

69

Euphorbia pulcherrima

Poinsettia

70

Hordeum

Barley

71

Impatiens

72

Indigofera

73

Juglans

Walnut

74

Kalanchoe

75

Limonium

76

Linum usitatissimum

Linseed

77

Litchi

78

Lotus

79

Lupinus

80

Macropidia

Black kangaroo paw

81

Mangifera

82

Nephelium

83

Oiea

84

Paspalum

85

Pennisetum

Pearl millet

86

Pinus

87

Piper

88

Pyrus

Pear

89

Rhipsalis

90

Sesamum indicum

Sesame

91

Sorghum

92

Streptocarpus

93

Syzygium

94

Telopea

95

Thryptomene

96

Vigna

Mungbean

97

Zantedeschia

1 Notified in the Commonwealth of Australia Gazette on 21 December 1988.

2 Statutory Rules 1988 No. 62.