Annex agricultural crops

 

Valid from 1-1-2019

Category 1
National Annex
(no exemption possible)

Category 2
(Valid reasons needed for exemption)

Category 3
(general exemption is granted)

Potato:
  all categories

Cereals:
Buckwheat1
Oat
Spelt wheat
Spring barley (Summer
   barley)
Summer wheat
Winter rye   
Winter triticale
Winter wheat

Manure crops:
Bristle oat
Egyptian clover
Fodder radish
Persian clover
Phacelia1
White mustard
Common vetch

Grasses:
English (Perennial) rye-grass
Italian rye-grass
Tall fescue
Timothy

Fodder crops:
Lucerne
Maize (silage and grain)
Red clover
Sugar beet
White clover

Mixtures:
All mixtures with species of category 1 and with species of category 2 of which organic supply is available.

Cereals:
Winter barley3      

Manure crops:
Crimson clover2
Leaf rye
Swede rape      


Grasses:
Cocksfoot
Festulolium3
Hybrid rye-grass3
Meadow fescue
Westerwold rye-grass
 

Fodder crops:
Esparcet
Field bean, summer4
Lupin, blue
Pea, summer
Pea, winter
Sunflower

Cereals:
Durum wheat
Summer rye
Summer triticale
Sorghum

Manure crops:
Birdsfoot
Daikon (tillage radish)
Ethiopian mustard
Mallow
Niger
Field mustard/turnip rape4

Grasses:
Hard fescue
Kentucky bluegrass
Red fescue

Fodder crops:
Fodder beet
Hairy vetch
Lupine yellow, white
Soy bean
Field Bean, winter4

Other crops:
Big trefoil
Buckhorn
Wild Chicory
Dandelion
False flax
Flowering mixtures for field edge
Flax
Great burnet4
Hemp
Kidney vetch
Milfoil
Rape seed
Squarrosum clover
Subterranean clover
Sweet clover
Wild parsley4

1 These crops are moved from category 2 to category 1, because the supply has increased or has proven to be sufficient.
2 These crops are moved from category 1 to category 2, because the supply has decreased or has proven not to be sufficient. 
3
These (sub)crops are moved from category 3 to category 2 because organic supply is available.
4 These are new (sub)crops.

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