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Fertilizers and soil improvers

Active

Main committee

Иван Грънчаров

Diana Ivanova

+359 2 817 4577

diana.ivanova@bds-bg.org

Chemical

Public documents

Scope

Standards in the field of fertilizers and soil improvers and growing media, liming materials

Facts and digits

96

New projects

272

Published standards

0

Meetings

4

Members

Relation to mirrors committee

This BDS/TC is a mirror of the following European and international technical committees

CEN/TC 223

Soil improvers and growing media


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 223

Soil improvers and growing media

Standardization of two types of material used in agriculture, horticulture, gardening and landscaping. 1) Soil improvers, that is materials, which may have been composted or otherwise processed, added to soil mainly to improve its physical condition without causing harmful effects. 2) Growing media, that is materials in which plants are grown. Lime products and materials used solely as plant nutrients are excluded.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 260

Fertilizers and liming materials


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 260

Fertilizers and liming materials

Harmonization of denominations, specifications, marking, methods of test (physical and/or chemical) and safety conditions, related to fertilizers and Liming materials. Work on items covered by EEC directives currently existing should only be undertaken at the invitation of the Commission.


Originator: CEN

P member

CEN/TC 455

Plant Biostimulants


Originator: CEN
P member

CEN/TC 455

Plant Biostimulants

Standardization of sampling, denominations, specifications (including safety requirements), marking and test methods allowing the verification of product claims for plant biostimulants, including microorganisms. Plant biostimulants are products based on substances and/or microorganisms, stimulating plant nutrition processes independently of the product’s nutrient content and defined by agronomical claims (e.g.: nutrient use efficiency, tolerance to abiotic stress, crop quality traits) and may be applied to plants or soils. Excluded are plant protection products, fertilizers, liming materials, soil improvers, growing media, and inhibitors that are already covered by standardization at European level.


Originator: CEN

P member