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Bananas, including plantains, fresh or dried Dates, figs, pineapples, avocado, guavas, mango and mangosteen Garcinia)), fresh or dried Citrus fruits, fresh or dried Grapes, fresh or dried Melons (including watermelons) and pawpaw (papayas), fresh Apples, pears and quince, fresh Apricots, cherries and sweet cherries, peaches (including nectarines), plums and blackthorn, fresh Other fruits, fresh Dried fruits except fruits commodity items 801- 0806; mixtures of nuts and dried fruits of this group Coffee-beans, fried or non-fried, whether with caffeine or not Tea, whether aromatized or not Mate (Paraguayan tea) Spicery Wheat and meslin Rye Barley Oats Maize Rice Grained sorghum Buckwheat, millet and ribbon grass seeds; other cereal Wheat flour Wheat-rye flour Flour of other grain-crops except wheat and wheat-rye flour Cereals and meal from cereal grains Grain cultivated by other means (for instance: shelled, rolled, processed into flakes, dehulled, in the form of ground) except rice of commodity item 1006; grain germs, whole, rolled, in the form of flakes or ground 1213 00 000 1214 1301 1401 1402 1403 1404 1701 11 1701 12 1801 00 000 1903 00 000 2302 2304 00 000 2305 00 000 2306 2308 2401 3002 90 500 3101 00 000 4101-4103 4403 4404 4406 10 000 4407 4408 Fine flour and course flour, powder, potato chips Fine flour and course flour and powder from dried leguminous vegetables of commodity item 0713 Malt, whether fried or not Soybeans, whether crushed or not Peanut, non-fried or not prepared by some other means, whether hulled or not, whether crushed or not Copra Flax seeds, whether crushed or not Rape seeds, whether crushed or not Sunflower seeds, whether crushed or not Seeds and fruits of other oil-bearing corps, whether crushed or not Fine flour and course flour from oil-bearing crops seeds or fruits except mustard seeds Seeds, fruits and germs for sowing purpose not listed herein. (...) Plants and their parts (including seeds and fruits) used for perfume, pharmaceutical or insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes, fresh or dried, whole or grinded, crushed or ground. Fruits of algaroba, sugar-beet and sugar-cane, fresh, cooled, or dried, crushed or non-crushed, fruit pits and nucleuses; other products of vegetative origin (including non-fried chicory roots) of genus Cichorium intybus sativum, used mainly for food purposes, not listed herein Straw and chaff of cereals, uncultivated, grinded or non-grinded, whether ground or not, compressed Turnip, leaf beet (chard), edible roots, fodder crops, hay, lucerne, clover, кормовые, сено, люцерна, клевер, esparcet, kail, lupine, vetch and similar forage, not in tablets Natural crude shellac; natural gums, resins, gum resins and galipot (for instance, balms) Materials of vegetative origin used mainly for basketry (for instance, bamboo, rattan, reed, rush, willow, raffia, shelled, bleached or dyed straw and lime bark) Materials of vegetative origin used mainly for stuffing (for instance, kapok, vegetative fibers, eelgrass), also in the form of cloth on mount from other materials or without it Materials of vegetative origin used mainly for production of brush ware and brooms (for instance, besom sorghum, piassava, couch-grass seeds), in bunches, tufts or in bulk Materials of vegetative origin, not listed herein Raw cane-sugar or raw beet-sugar 4409 4415 4416 00 4417 00 4418 4501 4601 4701 00 4808 10 000 4819 10 000 5001 00 000 5003 5101-5102 5103 5201 00 5202 5203 00 000 5301 5302 5303 5304 5305 9705 00 000 Cacao, whole or crushed, raw or fried Tapioca and its substitutes prepared from starch, in the form of flakes, granules, balls (pearls), grains, and other similar forms Bran and other screening of sieving, grinding and other means of processing of grains of crops or leguminous plants, whether granular or not Cakes and other hard waste obtained during extracting of vegetable fats and oils, whether ground or not, whether granular or not Products of vegetative origin plant bypass and waste products, non-granular or granular used for animals feeding, not listed herein Tobacco, tobacco wastes Microorganism crops Fertilizer of animal and vegetative origin, mixed or non-mixed, whether chemically processed or not; fertilizers obtained by mixing or chemical processing of products of animal and vegetative origin Skins of cattle, horse family animals, sheep, lambs and other animals, except the excluded ones in notes 1б or 1в to this group, butts and bends, dried, ashy, pickled or preserved by some other means, but not tanned, not curried as parchment-skin or kid-finish or further unprocessed, whether with hair or without, whether with splits or without Timber – unpolished, whether barked or not, roughly barred or non-barred Barrel wood; split logs; piles and stakes made of wood, sharpened, but not sawed lengthwise; hewed timber but not non-filed, non-bent or non-finished by some other means used for manufacture of canes, umbrellas, tool handles and similar goods; hulled and similar wood Wooden sleepers for railways or tramways Timber, sawed lengthwise and crosswise or split, planed and hulled, whether hewed and not whether polished and not, whether having finger-joint with width exceeding 6 mm or not Plates of veneer and veneer sheet for plywood (not glued) and other wood, sawed lengthwise, cut into pieces or hulled, whether planed or not, whether polished or not, having finger-joint, unvarnished, with or without combed joints, with width not exceeding 6 mm Saw-timber (including planking and frieze for parquet flooring, unassembled) in the form of profiled products (with combs, slots, grooved, with trimmed edges, with joint in the form of semicircular fillister, shaped, rounded or similar) on any of edges or flatness, planed and non-planed, polished and non-polished, whether having finger-joint or not Cases, boxes, crates, packages, wooden drums; pallets, pallets with edges, wooden loading shields Barrels, kegs, tanks, tubs and other barrel produce and their wooden parts including stave Tools, bodies and handles for wooden tools, wooden parts and handles of brooms and brushes; wooden shoe lasts and spreaders for shoes Wooden construction items, including cellular panels, block parquet – ready-assembled, roofing lath and shingles Natural cork, crude Platting and similar materials for wicker-work Wooden, mechanical and other mass Paper and cardboards, crimped, whether perforated or not Cases, boxes made of crimped paper or cardboard Silkworm cocoons fit for unwinding Silk wastes (including cocoons unfit for unwinding silk thread wastes and picked raw materials) Sheep wool; thin or rough wool of other animals, not carded or combed Wastes of thin or rough of animal-hair including spinning wastes but excluding restored wool Cotton fiber, non-combed Cotton wastes (including spinning wastes and non-picked fiber) Cotton fiber, combed Flax fiber, finished or non-finished, but non-spinned; tow and flax remains (including spinning wastes and loosened raw materials) Hemp fiber (Cannabis sativa L.), finished and non-finished, but non-spinned; hemp tow and wastes (including spinning wastes and loosened raw materials) Jute fiber, unspinnable, jute fiber tow and wastes Sisal fiber and textile fibers of other plants of genus Agave, non-finished and finished, but unspinnable; their tow and wastes (including spinning wastes and loosened raw materials) Coco fiber, abaca (Musa textilis Nee), ramie and other vegetative textile fibers not listed herein, whether finished or not, but non-spinning; their tow and wastes (including spinning wastes and loosened raw materials) Collections and collecting items on zoology, botanics
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Score: 1922354.7 - https://www.wto.org/english/th.../kaz_e/WTACCKAZ63A1_LEG_19.pdf
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- The export of grains, sugar, rapeseed oil, sunflower oil and flax-seed oil has been prohibited. By the way, over the past years we’ve focused on flax – this is a top-selling item in Belgium. (...) Uzbekistan provides us with fresh and dried fruit, which is much better than that from Poland, in my view.  - What about seed stock? Beet seeds, in particular? The FCS statistics show that in 2021 Russia imported sugar beet seeds worth USD 106.5 million. (...) Even 70% subsidies to purchase seeds from Schelkovo (the Schelkovo Agrokhim company offers seeds of new Russian hybrid sugar beet varieties – ed.) – one truckload will be enough for the entire Republic. 
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Score: 1918396.9 - https://www.fao.org/russian-fe...ws/detail-events/en/c/1507109/
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Saflufenacil was listed by the 48th Session of the CCPR for evaluation of additional MRLs; specifically, extrapolation of the existing Codex MRL and STMR for residues of saflufenacil in rape seed (0.6 mg/kg and 0.054 mg/kg, respectively) to linseed and mustard seeds. The Meeting received information on the registered uses of saflufenacil on flax and mustard, on the proposed modifications to the Codex oilseeds crop group, and summary data showing residue levels of another compound on rape seed, linseed, and mustard seed. (...) Subgroup A of the Oilseed Group contains inter alia rape seed, linseed, and mustard seed; all of which are enclosed in pod-like capsules throughout the growing season.
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Score: 1902084.4 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ion2017/SAFLUFENACIL__251_.pdf
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Crantz) Alfalfa / Lucerne Bean (common) Canola / Oilseed rape / Rape Seed Cantaloupe Corn / Maize Cotton Creeping bentgrass / Agrostis stolonifera Flax / Linseed Papayas Plum Potatoes Radicchio Rice Soyabean / Soybeans Sugar Beet Tomatoes Vegetable Marrow/ Squash Wheat     Contact us   | Terms and Conditions |  Scam Alert © FAO, 2022
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Score: 1880110.5 - https://www.fao.org/food/food-...e-information-by/commodity/en/
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Two priority areas need to be developed: a) quality in relation to genetic origin of crop; b) cropping conditions to improve yields that are still low in Europe. Flax 10. There is renewed interest in flax. As with other fibre crops, its hypoallergenic quality is in increasing demand. (...) The network is extremely active in developing flax, particularly in the countries of the former Yugoslavia (conference in Bosnia in 2004). (...) There are also plans to issue a reference document on quality standards for flax and flax products. Sunflower 13. The importance of sunflower no longer needs to be demonstrated given its geographical cover in Europe.
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Score: 1870930.7 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...ocuments/ECA/ECA33/Eca33_6.pdf
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TRANSITION PERIOD IN RUSSIAN AGRICULTURE
Gross harvests of sunflower seeds and flax fibre have fallen by 8%, and of potatoes by 10%. (...) The reduced output of sunflower seeds and vegetables has been due mainly to reduction of the average yield. (...) The bulk of the grain (94%), sugar beet (96%), sunflower seeds (88%), and flax fibre (97%) is grown in agricultural enterprises; the bulk of the potatoes and vegetables (respectively 88% and 67%) is grown on domestic holdings. 21.
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Score: 1847708.4 - HTTP://DACCESS-ODS.UN.ORG/ACCE...ET?OPEN&DS=CES/AC.61/44&LANG=E
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Saflufenacil was listed by the 48th Session of the CCPR for evaluation of additional MRLs; specifically, extrapolation of the existing Codex MRL and STMR for residues of saflufenacil in rape seed (0.6 mg/kg and 0.054 mg/kg, respectively) to linseed and mustard seeds. The Meeting received information on the registered uses of saflufenacil on flax and mustard, on the proposed modifications to the Codex oilseeds crop group, and summary data showing residue levels of another compound on rape seed, linseed, and mustard seed. (...) Subgroup A of the Oilseed Group contains inter alia rape seed, linseed, and mustard seed; all of which are enclosed in pod-like capsules throughout the growing season.
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Score: 1767824.8 - https://www.fao.org/fileadmin/...17/5.33_SAFLUFENACIL__251_.pdf
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Particular emphasis is placed on the most economically important crops (cereals, potatoes, flax, beet, vegetables).   Currently, the major constraint for Russian plant breeding programmes is the financial situation which considerably limits possibilities for plant breeding education, training and extension. (...) Moreover, the Ministry of Agriculture exercised full control over production and agricultural supply systems and, in the case of seeds, granted production licences to selected farms associated with the breeding institutes. The seed sector therefore has limited ability to incorporate new concepts based on commercial practices.  
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Score: 1688594.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...rosasociados/europe/russia/es/
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Particular emphasis is placed on the most economically important crops (cereals, potatoes, flax, beet, vegetables).   Currently, the major constraint for Russian plant breeding programmes is the financial situation which considerably limits possibilities for plant breeding education, training and extension. (...) Moreover, the Ministry of Agriculture exercised full control over production and agricultural supply systems and, in the case of seeds, granted production licences to selected farms associated with the breeding institutes. The seed sector therefore has limited ability to incorporate new concepts based on commercial practices.  
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Score: 1688594.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...our-partners/europe/russia/en/
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Particular emphasis is placed on the most economically important crops (cereals, potatoes, flax, beet, vegetables).   Currently, the major constraint for Russian plant breeding programmes is the financial situation which considerably limits possibilities for plant breeding education, training and extension. (...) Moreover, the Ministry of Agriculture exercised full control over production and agricultural supply systems and, in the case of seeds, granted production licences to selected farms associated with the breeding institutes. The seed sector therefore has limited ability to incorporate new concepts based on commercial practices.  
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Score: 1688594.3 - https://www.fao.org/in-action/...spartenaires/europe/russia/fr/
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