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Forest Reproductive Material (Great Britain) Regulations 2002


These regulations provide a system for identifying and controlling seeds, cuttings and planting stock used for forestry purposes by ensuring that material is traceable to a registered source of basic material. There are 46 tree species and one genus (Populus, including aspen, black poplar and grey poplar) listed within the regulations and these are known as the controlled species. The Forestry Commission GB is the body officially responsible for the Forest Reproductive Material Regulations and have powers to ensure compliance.

Parts of the Regulations of relevance to NWFP sector:

Part II contains information on the demarcation of regions of provenance across the UK and the establishment of a National Register of approved basic material.

Part III contains information on the correct methods for collecting and processing reproductive material for marketing.

Part IV contains information on the registration of suppliers.

Part V contains information on the marketing of reproductive material.

Part VI contains information on the movement of reproductive material between the UK and elsewhere in the British Isles.

Part VII contains information on compliance with regulations.

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Forest Reproductive Material (Great Britain) Regulations 2002

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Policy area Forestry
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Products Minor fauna
Subject NWFP, Nature conservation, Forests
Countries United Kingdom
Regions (NUTS 2) Eastern Scotland
Focus on NWFP
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Geographical scope National
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