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Risk Assessment
Record information and status
Record ID
102148
Status
Published
Date of creation
2011-08-12 08:00 UTC (didier.breyer@wiv-isp.be)
Date of last update
2011-08-18 21:33 UTC (manoela.miranda@cbd.int)
Date of publication
2011-08-18 21:33 UTC (manoela.miranda@cbd.int)

General Information
Country
  • Belgium
Title of risk assessment
Application for the release into the environment of potato lines with improved resistance to Phytophthora infestans
Date of the risk assessment
2011-02-10
Competent National Authority(ies) responsible for the risk assessment
Federal Public Service (FPS) Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment - DG4
Place Victor Horta 40 bte 10
Bloc II - 7th floor
Brussels
Belgium, B-1060
Phone:+32 2 524 73 26
Fax:+32 2 524 73 99
Email:kelly.lardinois@sante.belgique.be
Url:FPS Health, Food Chain Safety and Environment
Contact details of the main responsible risk assessor
Prof. Corinne Vander Wauven
President
Belgian Biosafety Advisory Council (BAC)
c/o Secretariat of the Biosafety Advisory Council
Sciensano
Service Biosafety and Biotechnology
Rue J. Wytsmanstraat 14
Brussels
Belgium, B-1050
Phone:+32 2 642 52 93
Fax:+32 2 642 52 92
Email:bac@sciensano.be
Url:Belgian Biosafety Advisory Council
Risk assessment details
Living modified organism
BPS-PHØ48-1 - Fortuna potato
BASF Plant Science GmbH Resistance to diseases and pests - Fungi Resistance to herbicides - Imidazolinone, Sulfonylurea
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Scope of the risk assessment
  • LMOs for Introduction into the environment
    • Field trial
Methodology and points to consider
Receiving environment(s) considered
The notifier announces that the trial will take place during two years (2011 and 2012); each year on a different plot not larger than 1500 m2. The planting will take place earliest in April-May and harvesting in August/mid October of each year. Preparation and management of the trial site will be according to conventional agricultural practice. Tubers will be removed by hand and transported to the laboratory in closed bags, where they will be destroyed after analyses. The notifier announces that the year following the release, the field plot will remain fallow or will be planted with cereals. Emerging volunteers will be destroyed prior to flower setting. The notifier announces that monitoring will be extended until there is a whole season without any potato volunteers.
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