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Plant Protection Products

Plant protection products are intended to:

  1. protect plants or plant products against harmful organisms or prevent the action of such organisms;
  2. influence the life processes in plants, otherwise than as nutrients, e.g. growth regulators;
  3. preserve plant products, in so far as such substances or products are not subject to special acts of the European Communities; or
  4. destroy undesired plants or their parts, check or prevent undesired plant growth.

Following the provisions of the Regulation (EC) No 1107/2009 of the European Parliament and of the Council, Commission Regulation (EU) No 544/2011, Commission Regulation (EU) No 284/2013, Commission Regulation (EU) No 546/2011, Commission Regulation (EU) No 547/2011, Act No 326/2004, on phytosanitary care and amendments to certain related acts, and the Decree No 329/2004, concerning plant protection products and other plant protection means, main activities of Plant Protection Products Development are:

  • assessment of the compliance of criteria for authorisation of plant protection products, auxiliary plant protection means and bioagents
  • evaluation of active substances of plant protection products according to the review programme of the European Commission
  • control of plant protection products placed on the market (in cooperation with regional branches of the State Phytosanitary Administration)
  • keeping an official list of authorised plant protection products, auxiliary plant protection means and bioagents
  • certification of qualification of natural persons or legal entities for testing of plant protection products according to the principles of Good Experimental Practice (GEP)

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