WSR 98-12-032

PERMANENT RULES

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE

[Filed May 28, 1998, 2:15 p.m.]



Date of Adoption: May 27, 1998.

Purpose: Increase seed certification fees for buckwheat, chickpea, field pea, lentil, millet, soybean, sorghum and small grains. Also, certain eligible varieties have been added and deleted.

Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending WAC 16-316-474 and 16-316-525.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: RCW 15.49.310 and 15.49.370(3).

Adopted under notice filed as WSR 98-09-101 on April 22, 1998.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Comply with Federal Statute: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0; Federal Rules or Standards: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0; or Recently Enacted State Statutes: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted at Request of a Nongovernmental Entity: New 0, amended 2, repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted on the Agency's Own Initiative: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted in Order to Clarify, Streamline, or Reform Agency Procedures: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0.

Number of Sections Adopted Using Negotiated Rule Making: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0; Pilot Rule Making: New 0, amended 0, repealed 0; or Other Alternative Rule Making: New 0, amended 2, repealed 0.

Effective Date of Rule: Thirty-one days after filing.

May 27, 1998

James M. Jesernig

Director

OTS-2108.3

AMENDATORY SECTION (Amending WSR 97-16-026, filed 7/29/97, effective 8/29/97)



WAC 16-316-474  Buckwheat--Chickpea--Field pea--Lentil--Millet--Soybean--Sorghum--Small grain--Application and fees. (1) An application for seed certification with application fee, field inspection fee, and late application fee (if due) for each field shall be filed by or for each grower with Washington State Crop Improvement Association, Inc., the certifying agency for seeds of buckwheat, chickpea (garbanzo beans), field pea, lentil, millet, soybean, sorghum and small grains.

(2) Due dates:

(a) Buckwheat - June 1

(b) Field pea - June 1

(c) Chickpea - June 1

(d) Lentil - June 1

(e) Millet - June 1

(f) Soybean - July 1

(g) Sorghum - July 15

(h) Small grains - June 1 for both winter varieties and spring varieties.

(i) After due date, an application with late application fee may be accepted for service.

(3) Fees:



(a) Application fee per variety per grower . . . (($18.27)) $19.03
(b) Field inspection fee per acre

except millet and hybrid sorghum . . . (($ 2.55)) $ 2.65

(c) Millet - first acre . . . (($27.16)) $28.29
- each additional acre . . . (($ 5.43)) $ 5.65
(d) Hybrid sorghum - first acre . . . (($27.16)) $28.29
- each additional acre . . . (($10.86)) $11.31
(e) Special field inspection fee per acre . . . (($ 2.27)) $ 2.36
(f) Late application fee . . . (($17.12)) $17.83
(g) Reinspection fee . . . (($34.26)) $35.69
minimum for each field which did not pass field inspection plus $ 0.40 for each acre over twenty-five. The reinspection fee for isolation requirements only for a field of any size is (($34.26)) $35.69.
(h) Final certification fee . . . (($ 0.22)) $ 0.225

per cwt. of clean seed sampled, which shall be charged to conditioning plant, or production fee . . . $0.105

per cwt. of production from fields inspected which is utilized for seed, which shall be charged to the grower or the final seller prior to brokerage, retail sale, sale to plant not approved for conditioning certified seed, or transshipment out-of-state.

(i) Sampling fee . . . $0.105

per cwt. of clean seed sampled, with minimum charge of ten dollars per sample, which shall be charged to conditioning plant in lieu of mechanical sampling.



(4) A field may be withdrawn upon notification by the applicant to the certifying agency's office before field inspection. In such case, the field inspection fee shall be refunded upon request until June 30 of the year following harvest.

(5) Harvest before field inspection causes forfeitures of both the application and field inspection fees, and completion of certification.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.310 and 15.49.370(3). 97-16-026, 16-316-474, filed 7/29/97, effective 8/29/97. Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.310. 96-14-091, 16-316-474, filed 7/2/96, effective 8/2/96. Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.310 and 15.49.370(3). 95-22-037 (Order 5087), 16-316-474, filed 10/25/95, effective 11/25/95. Statutory Authority: Chapter 15.49 RCW. 94-12-046 (Order 5045), 16-316-474, filed 5/27/94, effective 6/27/94; 93-24-043 (Order 5019), 16-316-474, filed 11/23/93, effective 12/24/93; 92-13-027 (Order 2093), 16-316-474, filed 6/9/92, effective 7/10/92; 90-12-098 (Order 2041), 16-316-474, filed 6/5/90, effective 7/6/90; 89-11-078 (Order 2005), 16-316-474, filed 5/22/89; 85-11-004 (Order 1851), 16-316-474, filed 5/2/85. Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.310, 15.49.370 and 15.49.400. 83-11-031 (Order 1798), 16-316-474, filed 5/16/83. Statutory Authority: Chapter 15.49 RCW. 81-15-032 (Order 1744), 16-316-474, filed 7/10/81; 78-03-110 (Order 1563), 16-316-474, filed 3/1/78, effective 4/1/78; Order 1458, 16-316-474, filed 5/13/76; Order 1366, 16-316-474, filed 6/12/74; Order 1312, 16-316-474, filed 4/24/73; Order 1254, 16-316-474, filed 4/13/72, effective 5/14/72.]



AMENDATORY SECTION (Amending Order 5086, filed 10/25/95, effective 11/25/95)



WAC 16-316-525  Buckwheat--Chickpea--Field pea--Lentil--Millet--Soybean--Sorghum--Small grain--Eligible variety and stock seed.



Kind Variety
Barley, spring ((Belford, Camelot (P), Columbia (P), Colter, Cougbar, Crest, Crystal, Exel, Gallatin, Harrington, Klages, Horsford, Maranna, Medallion (P), Menuet (P), Melody (P), Meltan (P), Morex, Nancy (P), Russell, Steptoe, Baronesse (P), WestBred Gustoe (P), WestBred Sprinter (P), Whitford (P))) Bancroft, Baronesse (P), Bear, Belford, Camelot (P), Chinook, Colter, Columbia (P), Crest, Gallatin, Garnet, Germain's 96 (P), Harrington, Lewis, Maranna, Melody (P), Meltan (P), Micah, Morex, Steptoe, Washford, WB Nebula (P), WestBred Gustoe (P), Westford (P)
Chickpea Dwelley, Evans, Myles, Sanford, Sara
Barley, winter Boyer, Eight-Twelve, Hesk, Hoody, Hundred, Kamiak, Kold, Scio, Showin
Buckwheat, spring Mancan, Manor((, Mancan))
Field pea ((Alaska 81, Garfield, Latah, Umatilla)) Aladin, Alaska 81, Astina, Croma, Delta, Espace, Fallon, Joel, Karita, Phantom, Shawnee, Swing, Umatilla
Lentil Brewer, Crimson, Mason, Red Chief
Oat, spring Cayuse, Celsia, Magnum (P), Monida, Otana, Park((,))
Rye, winter Puma, Rymin
Wheat, spring ((Alpowa, Butte 86, Calorwa, Centenial, Dirkwin, Edwall, Klasic (P), Nomad (P), Penawawa, Spillman, Treasure, Wadual, Wadual 94, Wakanz, Wampum, Wawawai, WestBred 906R (P), WestBred 926 (P), WestBred 936 (P), WestBred Express (P), WestBred Sprite, WestBred Vanna (P), Yecora Rojo))Alpowa, Butte 86, Calorwa, Cavalier (P), Centenial, Edwall, ID3775, Klasic (P), Kulm, ML455 (P), Nomad (P), Penawawa, Pomerelle, Skagit (P), Spillman, Sunstar 50-30 (P), Treasure, Wadual, Wadual 94, Wakanz, Wawawai, WestBred 906R (P), WestBred 926 (P), WestBred 936 (P), WestBred Express (P), WestBred Sprite, WestBred Vanna (P), Whitebird, Yecora Rojo
Wheat, winter ((Andrews, Banner (P), Basin (P), Batum, Blizzard, Buchanan, Cashup (P), Daws, Durheim's Pride (P), Eltan, Gene, Hatton, Hill-81, Hoff, Hyak, John, Kmor, Lewjain, MacVicar, Madsen, Malcolm, Meridian, Moro, Nugaines, Quantum 542 (P), Rely, Rod, Rohde, Sprague, Stephens, Tres, Weston)) Andrews, Banner (P), Basin (P), Batum, Blizzard, Bonneville, Buchanan, BZ-470, Cashup (P), Coda, Daws, Durheim's Pride (P), Eltan, Finley, Gene, Hatton, Hill-81, Hiller, Hoff, Hyak, John, Lambert, Lewjain, MacVicar, Madsen, Malcolm, Meridian, Moro, Nugaines, Quantum 542 (P), Rely, Rod, Sprague, Stephens, Survivor, Symphony (P)
Triticale, spring ((Juan, Victoria,)) Grace, Trical 2700 (P), Victoria
Triticale, winter Celia, ((Flora,)) Stan I (P), Trical 102 (P), Trical 6600 (P), Trical Jenkins (P), ((Trical 102 (P),)) Trical Stan II (P), Trical XTO-65 (P)((, Whitman))
Wheat, Durum,

Spring



Bravadur, Duraking, Durex, Kronos, Reva, Ria, Rich
Wheat, Durum, Winter

OR 3920036
(P) means proprietary

The eligibility of other varieties may be approved by the certifying agency.

Foundation seed is eligible to produce registered seed or certified seed.

Registered seed is eligible to produce certified seed.

Certified seed is not eligible for recertification.



[Statutory Authority: RCW 15.49.005, 15.49.310 and 15.49.370 (3) and (4). 95-22-036 (Order 5086), 16-316-525, filed 10/25/95, effective 11/25/95. Statutory Authority: Chapter 15.49 RCW. 93-24-043 (Order 5019), 16-316-525, filed 11/23/93, effective 12/24/93; 92-13-027 (Order 2093), 16-316-525, filed 6/9/92, effective 7/10/92; 90-12-098(Order 2041), 16-316-525, filed 6/5/90, effective 7/6/90; 89-11-078 (Order 2005), 16-316-525, filed 5/22/89; 88-11-042(Order 1976), 16-316-525, filed 5/13/88; 87-15-030 (Order 1941), 16-316-525, filed 7/10/87; 86-13-014 (Order 1889), 16-316-525, filed 6/9/86; 80-06-106(Order 1694), 16-316-525, filed 5/30/80; 79-09-095 (Order 1646), 16-316-525,filed 8/31/79; 79-05-056 (Order 1622), 16-316-525, filed 4/30/79; 78-03-113(Order 1562), 16-316-525, filed 3/1/78, effective 4/1/78; Order 1493, 16-316-525, filed 3/31/77; Order 1459, 16-316-525, filed 5/13/76; Order 1415, 16-316-525, filed 8/15/75; Order 1367, 16-316-525, filed 6/12/74; Order 1313, 16-316-525, filed 4/24/73; Order 1255, 16-316-525, filed 4/13/72, effective 5/14/72; Order 1185, 16-316-525, filed 4/16/71.]

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