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A plant protection product shall be included in the Latvian Register of Plant Protection Products only if it is safe for human and animal health, the environment and is sufficiently effective in restricting organisms harmful to plants or plant products.
Studies and experiments, or efficacy tests, are carried out in crops in order to establish its effectiveness in controlling harmful organisms before registration of a plant protection product. These tests must be carried out under conditions consistent with the climatic and agronomic crop cultivation conditions in practice.
In order to be able to carry out tests on unregistered plant protection products, authorisation must be granted.

Process description

  1. Service requests
    E-mail
    • Customer sends documents to pasts@vaad.gov.lv or official electronic address
    • documents must be signed with a secure electronic signature

    Mail
    • Customer sends documents by mail

    In person
    • customer arrives at the State Plant Protection Service and submits documents

    Documents to be submitted:
    • an application specifying:
    1) conditions for use of an unregistered plant protection product - crop, harmful organism, dose of use, time of use, number of rounds during the season and waiting time until harvest
    2) the planned location of the trial
    3) the responsible person
    • documentation containing all available data to allow the assessment of the potential effects of the plant protection product on human and animal health and the environment

    The State Plant Protection Service shall:
    • review the documents submitted;
    • carry out an assessment;
    • decide on the issue of an authorisation for the use of an unregistered plant protection product in studies and experiments.

  2. Payment for service
    The service is subject to payment of EUR 142,29 in accordance with the invoice of the State Plant Protection Service, issued on the basis of Cabinet Regulation No 493 of 12 July 2012, Schedule of State Plant Protection Service Charge Services, Annex 2, paragraph 57 (see section “Other information” - “Legislative acts”).

    Service Fee Properties
    Consignee: State Plant Protection Service
    Registration No 90000042982
    Account No. LV47TREL2160320005000
    Bank: Treasury
    BIC: TRELLV22

  3. Receipt of services
    Mail
    • Customer receives a decision to the specified mail address

    In person
    • customer arrives at the State Plant Protection Service and receives a decision

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