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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page i
        Page ii
    Introduction
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Table of Contents
        Page 1
    Basic legislation and summary
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Phylloxera restrictions
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Restrictions on the importation of potatoes
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Fresh peaches, nectarines, and apricots subject to inspection on arrival
        Page 10
    Traffic in seeds regulated and special provisions for trade in seeds and young plants of all kinds
        Page 11
    Table of norms for imported seeds
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
        Page 16
    Back Cover
        Page 17
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UNITED STATES DE.ARThEIT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF iUT.C'I.OLOGY AILD PLAinT qUARAUTIZI
WASHIICGTON, D.C.


B. E. P. Q.--.437
(Superseding P.


April 12, 1937.


Q. C. 'A.--315).


PLANT- UjAPAiTTIiHTE


IMPORT RESTRICTIONS


OF THE


KIITGDCM OF BEL'7IUM










p


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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
BUREAU OF ENTC.10LOGY AND PLANT QUAPRANTINE
'WASHINGTCI, D.C.







B. E. P. Q,.--437 April 12, 1937
(Superseding P. Q. C. A.--315).



PLANT-QUARAINTIiE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS

OF THE

KINGDOM OF BELGIUl


This digest of the plant-quarantine import restrictions of
the Kingdom of Belgium has been prepared for the information of
nurserymen, plant-quarantine officials, and others interested in
the exportation of plants and plant products to that country. It
indicates also certain restrictions on the importation of forage-
crop seeds.

This circular, which supersedes P. Q. C. A.--315, was rendered
necessary by the promulgation of recent phytosanitary legislation.
It was compiled by Harry B. Shaw, Plant Quarantine Inspector, in Charge
of Foreign Information Service, of the Division of Foreign Plant
Quarantines, from his translations of the original texts of the Belgian
phylloxera regulations; those of March 28, 1928, and April 18, 1932,
on the importation of potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplants; the
Ministerial Order of July 14, 1933, controlling the importation of
fresh peaches, nectarines, and apricots; and that of May 20, 1933,
regulating the entry of fresh cherries, etc. The circular has been
reviewed by the Belgian Division of Horticulture.

The information contained in this circular is believed to be
correct and complete up to the time of preparation, but it is not
intended to be used independently of, nor as a substitute for, the
original texts of the quarantines and it is not to be interpreted as
legally authoritative; the decrees, orders, etc., should be consulted
for the exact texts.


C LEE A. STRONG, Pln ...n
Chief, Bureau of Entomology and Plant Quarantine










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PLANT-qJUARA1:TINE IMPORT RESTRICTIONS

OF TE

KINGDOM OF BELC-IUml


Contents


Basic legislation - - -

Summary - - - - -
Importation prohibited. -
Importation restricted. -
Importation unrestricted


Phylloxera restrictions - - - -- - - - - - - -
Ports of entry for ocean shipments - - - - - - - - -
Shipper's declaration and phylloxera certificate required. - - -
Importation and transit of grapevines - - - - - - - -
Inroortation of table grapes, wine grapes, and. grape marc - - -

Restrictions on the importation of potatoes - - - - - - -
Potato wart disease - - - - - - - - - - - -
Certification against wart required - - - - - - - -
Authorized ports of entry - - - - - - - - - -
Colorado potato beetle - - - - - - - - - - - -
Importation of potatoes from France prohibited--- ------
Potatoes from other countries to be certified as of origin
free from Colorado potato beetle - - - - - - -
Authorized ports of entry - - - - - - - - -
Model certificates - - - - - - - - - - - - -

Fresh peaches, nectarines, and apricots subject to inspection on arrival
Authorized ports of entry - - - - - - - - - - -

Traffic in seeds ragulpte. - - - ..M-0 -
Special provisions for trade in seeds aa4 y.ing plants of all kinds -
Imported seeds must bear descriptive tags - - - - - - -
Entry of objectionable seeds may be prohibited -- ---- -- -


Pagc
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Table of norms for imoorted seeds - -
Purity and germinability of imported
Cereals - - - - - - -
Grasses - - - - - - -
Legumes - - - - - - -
Fodder plants - - - - -
Industrial plants - - - -
Garden plants - - - - -
Trees - - - - - - -


seeds -


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PLANT-QUARAITTINE IMPORT PESTRI ACTIONS

OF THE

KINGDOM OF BELGIJMJ



BASIC LEGISLATION


Royal Decree of Mlarch 26, 1936.


Section III, articles 7 to 10, inclusive,
prescribe that:


of this decree,


(1) The importation of horticultural plants, nursery stock,
and other products designated by the Minister of Agriculture is
prohibited when they are attacked by animals or plants (insects or
plant diseases) harmful to the cultures of Belgium.


(2) The Minister may order the rejection
or, in cooperation with the Minister of Finance,
importation to certain customs ports of entry.


of those
restrict


products,
their


(3) In serious cases he may prohibit the entry of certain
species or varieties of plants from. designated countries, or he may,
in lieu thereof, prescribe the production of certificates affirming
that the products offered for importation proceed from cultures free
from injurious insect pests and plait diseases, and that the shipments
do not contain such insect pests and plant diseases. The control of
such shipments may be effected at the frontier or on arrival.

(4) If products ship-ped to the interior of Belgium are found
to be attacked by injurious pests and plant diseases, the Minister
of Agriculture is authorized to order their destruction at the expense
of the importer without right of indemnity.



SUMIoioARY


Importation Prohibited


HORTICULTURAL PLANTS, NURSERY STOCK, AND
attacked by insect pests or plant
cultures of Belgium: Importation
Mar. 26, 1936, Section III. See


OTIER PLANT PRODUCTS
diseases harmful to the
prohibited. (Decree of
p. 2.)







GRAPEVITEFS, ROOTED OR UlOOTED CUTTIITGS, stocks, and dry or fresh
shoots thereof: Importation and transit prohibited. (Phylloxera
restrictions. See p. 6.)


POTATOES, T0IAT0 1 S, AD EGGPLANTS BFR0A
(Order of Apr. 18, 1932, article 1,


FRANCE:
p.8.)


Importation prohibited.


Importation Restricted

PLAiTTS AND SHRUBS, other than grapevines and parts thereof: MIust be
accompanied by a shipper's declaration and a phylloxera certificate
issued by competent authority. (Phylloxera restrictions, p.4.)

RAPEVIiES, CUTTIG-S AND SHOOTS THEREOF FROM/ NONPh-fLLOXERATED DISTRICTS:
The Minister of Agriculture may grant permission to import under
specified precautions. (Phylloxera restrictions, p. 6.)

POTATO TUBEP.S OR PLATS FROM COUNTRIES OTHER THAN FRANCE: Must be
accompanied by a certificate issued by the official phytopathological
service of the country whence they were shipped, affirming origin in
and snhipment from a locality situated more than 20 km from any
crop infested by the Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa
decemr.line!ta Say), or infected by the wart disease (Synchytrium
endobioticum (Schilb.) Perc.). (Order of Apr. 18, 1932, p.8.)

FRUITS OR PLANTS OF TOMATO AED EG-GPLAT FROM .C TRIES OTR THAN RACE:
.=, r :C"-'-,',:TTR, OTHE-MR T-1-UN -7A CE:
..Must be accompanied by a certificate issued by the phytopathological
service of the exporting country, affirming that they were harvested
in a locality situated more than 20 nkm from any culture 'infested
by the Colorado potato beetle. (Order of Apr. 18, 1932, p.8.)

MOTE: The importation of potatoes, tomatoes, and eggplants from the
United States is practically prohibited by the Colorado potato
beetle certification requirement, except possibly from the States
of California and Nevada.

FRESh.. GRAPS, PEACHES, NECTARI.L\, PIJMS, AND APRICOTS: Only admitted
when found, on inspection, to be free from larvae of fruit flies
(Trypetidae), the peach twig borer (Anarsia lineatella Zell.),
the plum curculio (Conotrachelus nenmrohar Hbst.) and the oriental
fruit moth ((Cydia) G-rapholitha molesta Busck). (Order of July 14,
1933, p. 10.)


FRESH PEACHES, NECTAR I-TES,
Must be accompanied by
service of the country


AND APRICOTS FROM R.FRACE, ITALY, AND SPAIN:
a certificate of the phytopathological
of origin, affirming that those products are





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deemed free


from larvae of


as well as of the peach twig


fruit flies of the


borer,


the plum


family T
curcul i o,


rypetidae,
and the


oriental


fruit moth.


(Order of


Sept. 16, 1936.)


FRESH C-zeFiSS "THI,


FRAICE,


ITALY,


A:D SPAI-T:


i,:ust be


accompanied by


a certificate


service of the country of ori


from a


dist


itself has
pest. (0
9, 1936.)


;rict free from Rha
been found by the


rder of 1!ay 20,


issued by the phytopathological
gin attesting (a) that they pro
goletis and (b) that the shipme:


said service


ceed
nt


to be free from that


1936, and administrative


circular of June


0" DTSIGIATD KI-DS:
O -, DES-, 7.CtTED LK-1;S:


and germinability.


(Roya


,iust be tagged to
i! Order of Aug. 2,


show origin, purity,
3, 1933, see p.11.)


Importation Unrestricted


FRESH FRUITS


zTD VEGETABLES


with the


exception


importation is prohibited or restricted by
May be imported into Belgium without permit


of those whose
special quarantines:
or certification.


RESTRICTIONS UJDER THE PROVISIONS

OF THE


IiTTF9J'~AT IQITAL PEYLLOXERA


CONv TTII'-T OF 3EP::E


Ports of Entry


for Ocean


Shi-rments


The introduction into
and shrubs from nu'rseribes, g


and tra
gardens,


only throh the customs ports of Antwerp,


insit through Belgium of plants
or greenhouses is authorized


Bruges,


Brussels,


Ghent,


Liege,


Os tend,


and Zeebrugge


(Bruges).


Shipper's Dec

The fol losing


laration and Phyl

conditions must


loxera Certificate Required

be complied with:


Shipments are to be packed in the usual manner,


but in such a


way as to permit the necessary verification, unless, in the


SEEDS


1.


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case of
cus toms


transit shipments, the cont,
officials of the country of


ainers
origin


are sealed by


Each shipment must be


accompanied


A. A declaration, signed by
B3. A phylloxera certificate


the shipper;
issu-aed by an official


A model of


the required declaration and certificate follows:


Shipper's Declaration

I, the undersigned


business,


residence)


declare:


A* That the living plants


contained in


(Number and kind of


, addressed to


(:ark and number)


(nam e,


business,


residence


are entirely from my


B. That this shipment contains no


establishment;


grapevines;


C. State whether the
the roots.


shipment


contains plants


with earth on


(Place


of departure)


(Shipper's


signature


Phylloxera Certificate


The undersigned,


Name and official


A. That the above-described plants


affirms:


title)


come from ground separated


stocks by at least


by:


the


expert.


(Name,


marked______


consignee)


container)


of


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from any grapevine


twenty meters, or





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by some obstacle to the roots deemed sufficient by compe-
tent authority;

B. That the ground itself contains no grapevines;

C. T:hat the place has not been used as a depot for that plant;

D. That there has never been any infestation of ophylloxera in
that plot of ground or inclosure;


S. That if stocks
there, their
toxic appliica
three years,
and roots.


infested with phylloxera have been grown
extermination has been effected by repeated
Lions and by investigations for a period of
insuring the complete destruction of insects


(Place)


(Date)


(OFFICIAL SEAL)


(Signature and official title)


Importation


and Transit


of Grapevines


The importation into and
cuttings -.7ith or without roots,
shoots thereof, are prohibited.


to7rever,
this rule, but


transit through Belgium of grapevines,
uprooted stocks, and dry or green


the 1..inister of Agricultuire may grant exceptions to
exclusively for the importation of grapevine plants,


green cuttin-s, -r.d shoots from districts known to be free from any
infestation with -chylloxera. Furthermore, they must be enclosed in
wooden cases, securely closed with screws, but easy to open for in-
spection and to close, and they shall not be forwarded to the
consignee unless they have been previously inspected and disinfected,
includi;: the packing, by an official expert.

The entry and transit of grapevine cuttings by mail are prohibited.


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Importation of


The introduction
is authorized under the


Table Grapes,


t7ine Grapes,


and Grape Iarc


wine grapes,


and grape marc


following conditions only:


1. Table grapes must


or baske-:ts, easy to
the shipment.


inspect,


be packed in
and marked to


well closed boxes,


cases,


indicate the character of


2. ~'ine grapes must be pressed and shipped
closed casks of at least five hectoliter capacity,


rid then of any particle
3. Grape marc mu


in hermetically
and cleaned to


Shipments


of any kind admitted for importation or


transit


must not contain fragments nr leaves of grapevines.


B3STPJCTIONS 0:

(Order


of Mar.


Potato TIart Disease


only when each shipment is accompanied by a
phytopathological service of the country of
tubers proceed from a region free from wart
endobioticum (Schilb.) Perc.).


certificate (A)


origin,
disease


attestin


is authorized
issued by the
g that the


(S.ynchytrium


To be regarded as proceeding f
potatoes must have been grown in and


rom a wart-free region, the
shipped from a locality situated at


least 23 kilometers from

However, tubers g
in a district not free f2


any land infected by wart


gathered i
rom wart


disease.


infected land, m
establishing, to
the shipment was
disease.


ay be admitted if accompanied by a certificate


the satisfaction of
inspected by the sai


(B)


the Department of Agriculture,


id service


and found free


Authorized Ports


of Entry


Art. 2. Importation by sea may be mado through


Antwerp,


Brug s, Brussels,


Ghe


the following
nt, Liege, Lillo,


table grapes,


of earth or of grapevine.
st be packed in well closed cases or casks.


IMPORTATION OF PCTATOES


28, 1928)


Article


1. The importation of potatoes into Belgium


n and shipped from a locality situated
disease, but more than 500 meters from


customs ports
and Ostend.


that


of entry:


from wart


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Art. 3. Shipments not accompanied by one


prescribed by article 1 will be rejected,


unless as the result


inspection by the Belgian special phytopathological service at
importer's expense, the shipmTents are found free from wart dis


of an
the
ease.


Art. 4. Relates


to penalties for


infractions


of the regula-


tions.


COLORADO POTATO BEETLE


(Order


of Apr.


18, 1932)


Importation


of Potatoes from France Prohibited


Article 1. The importation into Belgium
or of fruits or plants of tomatoes and


of potato
ega lants


tubers or
originating in


or proceeding from France is prohibited.


Art. 2. The inSroduction


of those products


originating


in


or


proceeding from countries other than France is authorized only ,when the


shipments are accompanied by certify
logical service of thi exporting co
of the products and attesting that
free from the Colorado beetle.


icates (C) issued by the phytopatho-
untry, indicating the country of ori6
they were harvested in a locality


To be considered as proceeding from an


exempt


locality


necessary that


the prod


locality situated more


[ucts shall have been grown in and shipped from a
than 20 km from any culture infested by that pesi


Art. 3. Importation by water may be madie


ports of entry of Antwerp,
Zeebrugge.


Bruges,


Brussels,


only through the
it, Liege, Ostend,


custom


Art. 4. Shipments unaccompanied by the certificates prescribed


by article 2 wvrill be reladen,
Belgian phytopathological ser
them to be free from Colorado


unless an inspection made by the special
'ice at the expense of the importers shows


potato


beetle


(Leptinotarsa decemlineata 1


Art. 5. Domestic


regulation.


Art. 6. Penalties.


plants,


it is


Authorized Ports


of Entry


of the certificates


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MCDEL CERTIFICATES


.A


The undersigned, specially designated. by the Government of
(country or state), declares that the potatoes included in the shipment
described below were grown at, and shipped from (place where grown), a
district free (within a radius of at least 20 km of any forms of
Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say and of Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb.)Perc.


Done at


on


(date)


(OFFICIAL SEAL)


(Inspector' s signature)


The undersigned, specially designated for that purpose by the
Government of (name of country or state), declares that the potatoes
included in the shipment described below were grown in and shipped
from a district free (within a radius of at least 20 km) of any forms
of Colorado potato beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say).

No potato wart disease (Synchytrium endobioticum (Schilb.) Perc.)
exists within a radius of at least 500 meters.

The shipment was inspected by me and found free from Synchytrium
endob ioti cum.


Done at


on


(date)


(OFFICIAL S3AL)


(inspector' s signature)


C .


The undersigned, specially designated for that purpose by the
Government of declares that the plants
or fruits of egrplants or tomatoes (Solanum melongena, tycopersicum
esculentum) included in the shipment described below were grown at and












shipped. from a
from any forms


district


free (within a radius of at


of Colorado potato beetle


least 20 km)


(Leptinotarsa decemlineata Say).


Done at


on


(date)


KAL)


(Inspector' s


Description of


signature)


Shi pment


Country of origin
Number and kind of containers
I.:arks


Name and address
Tarme and address


Place


and date


s of shipper
s of consignee
of embarkation


Fresh- Peaches,


ec tarine s,


and AprTicots


Subj ect


to Inspection on Arrival


( n:inisterial


Order


of July 14,


Article


apricots


The importation


into Belgium from any source


when, as a result


cal service,


of an inspection


at the expense


of the


of fresh peaches,


or origin


nectarines, and


is authorized


only


by the special Belgium phytopathologi-
importer, they are found free from the


larvae or maggots


of any fruit


fly (Tryp e t idae),


as rTell


as of the


peach twig borer (Anarsia lineatella Zell.), the plum curculio
(Conotrachelus nen har bst.), and the oriental fruit moth ((C,
Grapholitha molesta Busck).


ydia)


Authorized Ports


of Entry


Ar'. 2. Impo
of Antwerp (26, 3d,
and Haren-Aviation,
I'ontaleux (:louscron)
":ontzen (station) .


station may be made only through
and 4th offices), Brussels (Isj


Liege, Erquelinnes
,, Iouscron (station


the
2d.
l


cust oas
and 3


ports
offices


(station), Erschen (station),
1.), ""1 (station), and


Shipments
in article


found a
1 wil


t the ports unders
be refused entry;


other ports will be burned at the expense


cored to be infested by the pest
those found. so infested at the
of the importer.


1933)


named


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Purity


Germi-
nab ility


II. GRASSES


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Anthoxanthlium odoratum L.,
Agrostis spp.,
Arrhenatherum elatius L.,
Cynosuirus cristatus L.,
Dactylis !lomerata L.,
Festuca pratensiss) elatior L.,
Festuca ovina L.,
Festuca rubra L.,


Holcus
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Lo 1 ium

Lo ium


lanatus L.,
percnne L.,
perenne var. pacyi,
(italicum) multiflorum
Lam. ,
miultiflorum var.wester-
woldicum,


Phleum pratense L.,
Poa pratensis L.,
Poa trivialis L.,
Trisetum flavescens (L.)


Beauv.,


meadow foxtail
sweet vernal grass
bentgrass
tall oatgrass
crested dogtail
orchard grass
meadow fescue
sheep fescue
red fescue
velvet grass
perennial ryegrass
Pacey's ryegras s
Italian ryegrass

Westerwold ryegrass

timothy
Kentucky bluegrass
rough bluegrass
golden trisetum


III LEGUMivES


Anthyllis vulneraria L.,
Vicia. faba var eqjina L.
Fbaba vulgaris,
iiedicago sat iva .,
L.edicago lupulina L.,
Lotus corniculatus L.,
0nobrychis sativaa) viciaefolia
Scop.,
Ornithopus sativas Brot.,
Pisu:i2 sativum var. arvense(L.)
Poir,
Lupinus albaa) skinneri Lindl.,
Lup inus luteus L.,


sandclover
horsebean

alfalfa, lucerne
yellow trefoil
birdsfoot trefoil
sainfoin

serradella
field pea

white lupine
European yellow lupine


60
90
85
79
80
85
92
80
82
72
94
94
94

94

92
80
83
67


65
60
75
75
70
70
75
75
65
70
80
80
80

80

80
70
75
60


93
95

93
93
94
95

91
94

94
94


80
90

80
80
75
70

75
90

80
80






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Purity


C-ermi-
nability


III. iLS:S COT'D


Lupinus various L.,
Trifolimm hybridum L.,
Trifoli-mn pratense L.,
Trifoliunm repens L.,
Trifolium incarnatum L.,
Vicia spp.,


annual lupine
alike clover
red clover
white clover
crimson clover
vetches


IV. FODPLR PLTUTS


Beta avulgari s L.,
Brassica oleracea acephala L.,
Brassica naous rapif era L.,
Brassica oleracea (gongylodes
var. caulo-rapa L.),
Brassica rape rap ifera L.,
Brassica (Sinapis) alba Boiss.,
Sperzala arvensis L.,


common beet
kale
rape
kohlrabi

common turnip
white mustard
spurry


V. INDUSTRIAL PIJAITS


Beta ,vulgaris saccharifera L., sugarbeet
Brassica napus var. oleifera D.C.,rape
Cichorium intybus L., chicory
Cannabis sativa L., hemp
Linum usitatissimum L., flax, linseed


95
94
87
95
94


70
75
70
80
90


VI. GARDEN PLA-iS


Allium cepa L., common onion
Alliu:,: porrum L., leek
Anthriscus cerefolium Hoffm., .garden chervil
Apiurnm graveolens L., celery
Atriples hortensis L., orach, sea purslane
Apium etroselinum. See Petroselinum hortense Hoffm.
Beta vrulgaris L., common beet
Brassica oleracea L., cabbage family
Brassica rapa L., white turnip
Cichorium endivia L. endive
Cichorium intybus L., chicory
Cucumis sativus L., cucumber
Cucumis sativus L., pickling cucumber


95
95
93
94
90

94
93
93
80
87
90
95


70
E5

70
25

70
i^.J
/ -U
r7;5

65
70
675
75


94
93
92
94
93
92


80
80
82
90
85
90


94
93
93
93

93
93
92


75
8C
80





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Daucus carota L., carrot '
Lactuica sat iva L., lettuce
Lycopersicum esculentum Mill., tomato
Lepidium sativum L., garden cress
Pastinaca sativa L., parsnip
Petroselinum hortense Hoffm., parsley
Phaseolus vulFaris L., common or kidi
Pi sum sativum L., pea, round
Pisuim sativum L., pea, wrinkled
Portulaca oleracea L., purslane
Phaphanus sat ivus L., radish
Rumex acetosa L., garden sorrel
Scandix cerefolium. See Anthriscus cerefolium
Scorzonera hispanica L,, black salsify
Spinacea oleracea L., spinach
Tetragonia expanse Thunb., New Zealand s
Valerianella (olitoria) locusta corn salad, Ir
(L.) Betcke, 1


ney bean


spinach
amb' s
lettuce


Abies (pectinata) picea (D.C.)
Lindl.,
Acer -pseudo-platanus L.,
Alnus incana Willd.,
Alnus vlutinosa Gaertn.,
Betula (alba) pendula Roth.,
Carpinus betulus L.,
guus sylvatica L.,
Fraxinus excelsior L.,
Lari. (europaea) decidua (DC)iMIill
PLar ix leptolepsis Miurr.,
Picea excelsa Link.,
Pinus sylvestris L.,
Pinus maritimaa) pinaster (Poir.)
Ait.,


Pinus
Pinus
Pinus


montana ..ill
(austriaca)
strobus L.,


nigra Arnold,


silver fir


sycamore maple
speckled. aider
European alder
European white birch
European hornbeam
European beech
European ash
.,European larch
Japanese larch
Norway spruce
Scotch pine
clasuer pine

Swiss mountain pine
Austrian pine
white pine, Weymouth
pine
Swiss stone pine


85

85
60
60
30
96
96
95
75
75
95
9.5
95

95
95
94


30

50
30
25
25
45
50
65
40
45
85
80
50

70
85
70


VI. GARDEN


Purity


PLANTS COT'D


Germin-
ability


85
90
94
93
90
93
95
94
94
90
87
94

94
95
95
67


70
65
65
75
65
75
85
90
75
75
75
75

70
75
40
60


VII. TREES


Pinus cembra L.,


97 70








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Purity


VII. TREES,


G-rrmi- *
nability


CONT'D


Pinus (laricio)


ni ra Arnold-,


Pseudotsuga (douasi) taxifolia
(Carr.) Brit.,


Q,uercus


(pe dunculata) robur
(Ehrh.) L.,


Quercus sessiliflora Salisb,,
Tilia spp.,
Ulmus spp.,


Austrian p ine,
Corsican pine
Douglas fir

English oak


durmast oak
lindens
elms


95

90

95


70


55

65

65


60 30




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