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Record ID
37309
Status
Published
Date of creation
2007-02-20 06:17 UTC (helmut.gaugitsch@umweltbundesamt.at)
Date of last update
2019-02-14 08:09 UTC (anita.greiter@umweltbundesamt.at)
Date of publication
2019-02-14 08:09 UTC (anita.greiter@umweltbundesamt.at)

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General information
Country submitting the decision or communication
  • Austria
Competent National Authority(ies) responsible for the decision or communication
Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection
Radetzkystrasse 2
Vienna
Austria, 1030
Phone:+43 1 71100-644486
Email:dietmar.vybiral@bmgf.gv.at
Url:Austrian Federal Ministry of Labour, Social Affairs, Health and Consumer Protection
Title / Reference number of the decision or communication
Ordinance prohibiting the cultivation of herbicide tolerant maize T25 in Austria
Date of the decision
2008-05-30
Is the decision taken prior to entry into force of the Protocol?
No
Is this an amendment to a previous decision / communication?
No
Decision or communication details
Subject(s) of the decision
  • Notification that domestic regulations shall apply with respect to specific imports of LMOs (Article 14.4)
LMO identification
ACS-ZMØØ3-2 - Liberty Link™ maize
Resistance to antibiotics - Ampicillin Resistance to herbicides - Glufosinate
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Additional Information
Additional Information
Prohibition of the cultivation of herbicide tolerant maize T25 in Austria.

Austria first implemented a safeguard measure for GM maize T25 in 2000. Due to a Decisions taken by the EC on 8th of May 2008 (2008/470/EC) Austria had to change the scope of the safeguard measure and to lift the ban with regard to the import of use for food and feed purposes. The present safeguard measure prohibits the cultivation of maize T25 in Austria.