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    Be constantly updated on the phytosanitary legislation is of basic importance for those working in the field of Agricultural, Forestry, Environmental and Ornamental sector. For this reason, Phy.Dia. collected on this page some sources of phytosanitary legislation, at regional, national and EU level to be easily consulted.

    Regional legislation (Lazio)

    http://www.agricoltura.regione.lazio.it/sfr/67/nregionale/

    Fundamental Phytosanitary Standards

    L.R. 11 June 1996, n. 20 Discipline of the Regional Plant Protection Service in implementation of Directive 91/683/EEC of Council of 19 December 1991 and of the Legislative Decree 30 December 1992 n. 536

    National legislation

    http://www.agricoltura.regione.lazio.it/sfr/66/nnazionale/

    Fundamental Phytosanitary Standards

    Legislative Decree 19 August 2005, n. 214 Implementation of Directive 2002/89/EC on protective measures against the introduction and spread within the European Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products.

    Legislative Decree 9 April 2012, n. 84 Amendments and additions to Legislative Decree 19 August 2005, n. 214, implementing Directive 2002/89/EC on protective measures against the introduction into the European Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the European Community, in accordance with article 33 of the law on 4 June  2010, no. 96.

    Legislative Decree 14 August 2012, n. 150 Implementation of Directive 2009/128/EC establishing a framework for European Community action to achieve sustainable use of pesticides.

    Legislative Decree 19 May 2000, n. 151 Implementation of Directive 98/56/EC on the marketing of propagating material of ornamental plants.

    Presidential Decree 21 December 1996, n. 698 Regulations for the implementation of Directive 92/33/EEC on the marketing of vegetable plantlets and related propagating material other than seeds.

    D.M. 14 April 1997 Implementation of the Commission directives n. 93/61/EEC of 2 July 1993 and n. 93/62/EEC of 5 July 1993, concerning the technical rules on the marketing of vegetable plantlets and propagating material of vegetables, other than seeds.

    D.M. 14 April 1997 Implementation of the Commission directives n. 93/48/EEC of 23 June 1993, n. 93/64/EEC of 5 July 1993 and n. 93/79/EEC of 21 September 1993, concerning the technical rules on the marketing of propagating material of fruit trees and fruit plants intended for fruit production.

    D.M. 8 February 2005 Marketing standards for propagation material of the vine.

    D.M. 7 July 2006 Implementation of Directive n. 2005/43/EC of 23 June 2005 amending the Annexes to Directive n. 68/193/EEC on the marketing of propagating material of the vine.

    D.M 12 November 2009, n. 26250 – Determination of the professional requirements and the equipment minimum provision necessary for the activity of production, trade and import of plants and plant products.

    D.PCM 4 June 2011 – Declaration of the state of emergency to deal with the pest risk connected to the spread of parasites and pests on the national territory.

    EU legislation

    http://www.agricoltura.regione.lazio.it/sfr/65/ncomunitaria/

    Fundamental Phytosanitary Standards

    (2000/29/EC) COUNCIL DIRECTIVE of 8 May 2000 and subsequent amendments (CONSOLIDATED TEXT, last update 8 January 2010) on measures to protect against the introduction into the European Community of organisms harmful to plants or plant products and against their spread within the European Community

    (2008/61/EC) COMMISSION DIRECTIVE of 17 June 2008 laying down the conditions under which certain harmful organisms, plants, plant products and other objects listed in Annexes I, II, III, IV and V of Directive 2000/29/EC of Council may be introduced or transferred from one place to another in the European Community or in its certain protected zones for tests or scientific purposes and for work on varietal selection

    European and Mediterranean Plant Protection Organization

    https://www.eppo.int/