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The Plant Variety Rights Regulations 1988, Amendment No. 2

NZ024: Plant Variety, Regulations (Amendment No. 2), 31/05/1993, No. 146

THE PLANT VARIETY RIGHTS REGULATIONS 1988,
AMENDMENT NO. 2

CATHERINE A. TIZARD, Governor-General

ORDER IN COUNCIL

At Wellington this 31st day of May 1993

Present:

Her Excellency the Governor-General in Council

Pursuant to section 38 of the Plant Variety Rights Act 1988, Her Excellency the Governor-General, acting by and with the advice and consent of the Executive Council, hereby makes the following regulations.

REGULATIONS

1. Title and commencement-
(1) These regulations may be cited as the Plant Variety Rights Regulations 1988, Amendment No. 2, and shall be read together with and deemed part of the Plant Variety Rights Regulations 1988* (hereinafter referred to as the principal regulations).
(2) These regulations shall come into force on the 1st day of July 1993.
2. New First Schedule substituted-
(1) The principal regulations are hereby amended by revoking the First Schedule (as substituted by regulation 2 (2) of the Plant Variety Rights Regulations 1988, Amendment No. 1), and substituting the schedule set out in the Schedule to these regulations.

Reg. 2 (1)

SCHEDULE
NEW FIRST SCHEDULE TO PRINCIPAL REGULATIONS

Reg. 5 (1)

"FIRST SCHEDULE
Quantities of Seed to Accompany Applications

Description of Variety

Seed of any
Generation
g

Nucleus Seed
g

Lower
Generation
Seed
g

Arable crops and vegetables

Broad Beans, French Beans,
Haricot Beans, Runner Beans,
Soya Beans, Tick Beans, Lupins,
Peas, and Maize

6000

-

-

Cereals and Lentils

5000

-

-

Sunflower

2500

-

-

Cucurbits

1250

-

-

Beets, Borage, and Linseed

1000

-

-

Asparagus

250

-

-

Allium, Amaranthus, Brassicas, Capsicum, Chicory, Phacelia, and Radish

100

-

-

Carrot, Lettuce, and Parsnip

70

-

-

Tomato

50

-

-

Evening Primrose

25

-

-

Grasses

Brome

200

-

-

Bents, Crested Dogstail, Cocksfoot, Fescue, Koeleria, Paspalum, Phalaris, and Yorkshire Fog

70

-

-

Ryegrass

-

50

500

Other pasture plants

Serradella and Sulla

100

-

-

Lucerne, Lotus, Plantain, Red Clover, and White Clover

50

-

-

Yarrow

25

-

-"

BOB MACFARLANE,
Acting for Clerk of the Executive Council.

EXPLANATORY NOTE

This note is not part of the regulations, but is intended to indicate their general effect.

These regulations, which come into force on 1 July 1993, increase the quantities of seed required to be supplied with applications for grants of plant variety rights in respect of plants of certain varieties; and prescribe quantities for applications in respect of plants of certain varieties for which quantities were not previously prescribed.

Issued under the authority of the Acts and Regulations Publication Act 1989.

Date of notification in Gazette: 3 June 1993.

These regulations are administered in the Ministry of Commerce.

Wellington, New Zealand: Published under the authority of the New Zealand Government-1993

* S.R. 1988/101

Amendment No. 1: S.R. 1989/227