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International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)

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EU rules on plant health aim to protect crops, fruit, vegetables, flowers, and forests from harmful pests and diseases by preventing their introduction into the EU or their spread within the EU. Council Directive 2000/29/EC, which lists certain harmful organisms that may be targeted by specific control measures, provides the basis for this aim.

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International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC)

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Policy area Plant health and biosecurity
Affected activity Harvesting/Production, Marketing/trade
Affected actors Processor, Wholesaler, Retailer, Consumer, Producer/beekeeper
Products Vegetable NWFP
Subject NWFP
Countries EU countries
Regions (NUTS 2)
Focus on NWFP
Document category Convention
Instrument type
Legal status Non-binding
Geographical scope International
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