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Council Regulation (EEC) No 1252/89 of 3 May 1989 fixing, for the 1989 harvest, the norm and intervention prices and the premiums granted to purchasers of leaf tobacco, the derived intervention prices for baled tobacco, the reference qualities, the production areas and the guaranteed maximum quantities and amending Regulations (EEC) No 1577/86, (EEC) No 1975/87 and (EEC) No 2268/88



Official Journal L 129 , 11/05/1989 P. 0017 - 0040



COUNCIL REGULATION (EEC) No 1252/89 of 3 May 1989 fixing, for the 1989 harvest, the norm and intervention prices and the premiums granted to purchasers of leaf tobacco, the derived intervention prices for baled tobacco, the reference qualities, the production areas and the guaranteed maximum quantities and amending Regulations (EEC) No 1577/86, (EEC) No 1975/87 and (EEC) No 2268/88

THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community, and in particular Article 43 thereof,

Having regard to Council Regulation (EEC) No 727/70 of 21 April 1970 on the common organization of the market in raw tobacco (1), as last amended by Regulation (EEC) No 1251/89 (2), and in particular Articles 2 (5), 4 (4), 4 (5) and 6 (8) thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission (3),

Having regard to the opinion of the European Parliament (4),

Having regard to the opinion of the Economic and Social Committee (5),

Having regard to the opinion of the Monetary Committee,

Whereas, when the prices for raw tobacco are fixed, account should be taken both of the objectives of the common agricultural policy and of the contribution which the Community wishes to make to the harmonious development of world trade; whereas the objectives of the common agricultural policy are, in particular, to ensure a fair standard of living for the agricultural community, to assure the availability of supplies and to ensure that supplies reach consumers at reasonable prices;

Whereas the norm and intervention prices for leaf tobacco must be fixed in accordance with the criteria laid down in Article 2 (2) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70 in order, in particular, to encourage producers to convert to the cultivation of those varieties which are most in demand and most competitive as well as being the least harmful to health;

Whereas it is again desirable to fix, in respect of the 1989 harvest, derived intervention prices both for the varieties which, before the common organization of the market came into force or, in the case of varieties grown in Greece, Spain

and Portugal, prior to accession, qualified for a price guarantee at the baled tobacco stage and for the varieties which are grown mainly in Germany, in order to take account of the marketing practices in that country;

Whereas Article 4 (5) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70 stipulates the fixing each year, for the following year's harvest and within an overall quantity for the Community, and in line with the criteria specified in that Article, of a maximum guaranteed quantity for each tobacco variety or group of varieties grown in the Community, any overrun of which leads to a proportional reduction in the norm and intervention prices and in the premiums; whereas however these maximum guaranteed quantities must also be fixed for the harvest in progress; whereas they must therefore be set for both the 1989 and 1990 harvests;

Whereas, when the provisions on the production quantity control arrangements are applied, account should be taken of the differences in quality depending on the characteristics of the soil and the climate; whereas those conditions are met for the varieties Badischer Geudertheimer and hybrids thereof, Badischer Burley and Paraguay; whereas maximum guaranteed quantities should consequently be fixed for specific production areas for these varieties;

Whereas the premium granted to purchasers of Community tobacco is intended to enable them to pay producers of leaf tobacco a price which is at the level of the norm price, account being taken of the trend in world market prices, and the level of prices established by the interaction of supply and demand on the Community market;

Whereas the abovementioned prices and the amount of the premium must be fixed for each variety produced in recognized production areas and for a reference quality defined in such a way that as objective an assessment as possible can be made of the quality of the tobacco;

Whereas, for the 1989 harvest, the recognized production areas for each variety of tobacco should be specified and the definitions of the reference qualities should be those laid down in Council Regulation (EEC) No 2268/88 of 19 July 1988 fixing, for the 1988 harvest, the norm and intervention prices and the premiums granted to purchasers of leaf tobacco, the derived intervention prices for baled tobacco, the reference qualities, the production areas and the guaranteed maximum quantities and amending Regulation (EEC) No 1975/87 (6);

Whereas four production areas were omitted from the recognized areas listed in Annex III to Council Regulation (EEC) No 1577/86 (7), (EEC) No 1975/87 (8) and (EEC) No 2268/88; whereas, in order to enable tobacco producers in these areas to benefit under the measures provided for in these Regulations, the Annexes in question should be amended,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

For the 1989 harvest, the reference qualities and recognized production areas for each of the varieties of Community-produced leaf tobacco referred to in Article 2 (3) (b) and (c) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70, shall be as set out respectively in Annexes I and III to this Regulation.

Article 2

For the 1989 harvest, the reference qualities and recognized production areas referred to in Article 6 (3) (b) and (c) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70, for each of the varieties of Community-produced baled tobacco in respect of which a derived intervention price is fixed, shall be as set out respectively in Annexes II and III to this Regulation.

Article 3

1. For the 1989 harvest, the norm and intervention prices and the amounts of the premium granted to purchasers of leaf tobacco, referred to in Articles 2 and 3 of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70, and the derived intervention prices for baled tobacco referred to in Article 6 of the said Regulation, shall be as set out in Annex IV to this Regulation.

2. Without prejudice to Article 7a of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70, the prices and premiums shall apply only provided that each of the varieties was grown in the corresponding production areas as set out in Annex III to this Regulation.

3. For the 1989 and 1990 harvests, the maximum guaranteed quantities of leaf tobacco provided for in Article 4 (5) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70 shall be as set out in Annex V to this Regulation.

Article 4

1. Annex III to Regulations (EEC) No 1577/86, (EEC) No 1975/87 and (EEC) No 2268/88 is hereby amended as follows:

(a) for variety No 1, 'Centre' is added as a production area for France;

(b) for variety No 2, 'Languedoc-Roussillon' is added as a production area for France;

(c) for variety No 3, 'Ile de France' is added as a production area for France.

2. In Annex III to Regulation (EEC) No 1577/86, 'Alsace-Lorraine' is added in point 4 as a production area for France.

3. In Annex III to Regulations (EEC) No 1975/87 and (EEC) No 2268/88, 'Alsace-Lorraine' is added as a production area for France in point 4 (b).

Article 5

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Communities.

The amendments set out in Article 4 shall apply from the date of entry into force of the Regulations concerned.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 3 May 1989.

For the Council

The President

P. SOLBES

(1) OJ No L 94, 28. 4. 1970, p. 1.

(2) See page 16 of this Official Journal.

(3) OJ No C 82, 3. 4. 1989, p. 74.

(4) OJ No C 120, 16. 5. 1989.

(5) Opinion delivered on 31 March 1989 (not yet published in the Official Journal).(6) OJ No L 199, 26. 7. 1988, p. 20.(7) OJ No L 139, 24. 5. 1986, p. 3.

(8) OJ No L 184, 3. 7. 1987, p. 31.

ANNEX I

Leaf tobacco: varieties and their reference qualities for the 1989 harvest

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

1

Badischer Geudertheimer and its hybrids

Class 1 Hauptgut (top quality leaf)

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without blemish, dark brown to mottled brown, of uniform length

Packaging:

tobacco graded, tied in hands or in temporary bales with or without non-tobacco material

Moisture:

26 %

2

Badischer Burley E and its hybrids

Class 1 Hauptgut (top quality leaf)

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without blemish, fleshy, reddish brown to light brown, of uniform length

Packaging:

tobacco graded, tied in hands or in temporary bales with non-tobacco material

Moisture:

25 %

3

Virginia D

Class 1 Leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without blemish, yellow to reddish yellow; variations in colour such as brownish to greenish yellow are allowed up to a third of the leaf 's surface

Packaging:

tobacco graded, tied in hands or in temporary bales with non-tobacco material

Moisture:

19 %

4

(a) Paraguay and hybrids

Class 2 Middle leaf

thereof

(b)

Dragon vert and hybrids

thereof, Philippin, Petit

Grammont (Flobecq), Semois,

Appelterre

Class 2:

leaf sound, with minor defects as regards colour, texture, or ripeness but with satisfactory combustibility

Packaging:

tobacco graded and tied in hands or straight laid (loose leaf)

Moisture:

27 %

5

Nijkerk

Class 2 Tips

Class 2:

- either leaf of second length (not exceeding 45 cm) with very gummy texture, fleshy, still undamaged; strong and elastic, without prominent veins, well ripened producing a lively brown to dark brown colour,

- or leaf of first length (exceeding 45 cm) with a texture still gummy, fleshy and still undamaged; strong, with relatively prominent veins, of all colours except bottle green

Packaging:

tobacco graded and tied in hands or straight laid (loose leaf)

Moisture:

27 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

6

(a) Misionero and hybrids

2nd quality leaf

thereof

(b) Rio Grande and hybrids

thereof

2nd quality:

leaf fully developed over 45 cm, not coarse grained, lively to fairly lively light, somewhat yellowish colour, reasonably firm and undamaged; reasonably good combustibility

Packaging:

tobacco graded and tied in hands or straight laid (loose leaf)

Moisture:

27 %

7

Bright

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of various shades of yellow

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 30 to 40 kg

Moisture:

16 %

8

Burley I

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, of open possibly firm texture, stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of a more or less lively nut-brown colour

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 30 to 40 kg or tied in hands of 25 to 30 leaves with non-tobacco material (fascicoli)

Moisture:

19 %

9

Maryland

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, with slight curing defects and only slightly mottled, of average texture with stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of a rather lively reddish brown colour

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 30 to 40 kg or tied in hands of 25 to 30 leaves with non-tobacco material (fascicoli)

Moisture:

19 %

10

(a) Kentucky and hybrids

thereof

(b) Moro di Cori

(c) Salento

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf fully ripe, of firm texture, without curing and condition defects, brown in colour, with some damage, with good combustibility

Packaging:

in hands of 25 to 30 leaves tied with a non-tobacco material (fascicoli)

Moisture:

23 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

11

(a) Forchheimer Havana II c

(b) Nostrano del Brenta

(c) Resistente 142

(d) Gojano

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf of firm or light texture, sound, without any curing defects, brown to greenish in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

tobacco graded, tied in hands or in temporary bales with non-tobacco material

Moisture:

26 %

12

(a) Beneventano

(b) Brasile Selvaggio and

similar varieties

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf sufficiently ripe, firm texture or possibly coarse or thin, with minor defects as regards curing and fermentation and damage

Packaging:

in hands of 25 to 30 leaves tied with non-tobacco material (fascicoli)

Moisture:

24 %

13

Xanti-Yakà

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile, of oval or elliptical shape, stems (midribs) not too prominent and well-spaced veins, with some curing defects, mainly of light texture, from yellow to brown in colour, with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk, with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 20 cm

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 15 to 20 kg or 'stringed' in cases of 30 to 40 kg

Moisture:

17 %

14

(a) Perustitza

(b) Samsun

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile (Perustitza) or with leaf stalks (Samsun), of elliptical-lanceolate shape with fine points (Perustitza) or elliptical and rounded (Samsun), without prominent stems (midribs) and with veins at a rather acute angle, with slight curing defects, generally of light texture, in colour from yellow to brown (Perustitza), or reddish (Samsun), with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk, with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 25 cm

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 15 to 20 kg or 'stringed' in cases of 30 to 40 kg

Moisture:

17 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

15

Erzegovina and similar

varieties

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile, of oval or elliptical shape, with fairly prominent stems (midribs) and fairly open veins, with some curing defects, mainly of light texture, from yellow to brown in colour, with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk, with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 35 cm

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 15 to 20 kg or 'stringed' in cases of 30 to 40 kg

Moisture:

17 %

16

(a) Round Tip

(b) Scafati

(c) Sumatra I

Leaf in category B

Category B:

lower middle leaf, sorted by length in the following proportions:

first length (38 cm and over): 60 %

second length (from 32 to under 38 cm): 35 %

third length (from 25 to under 32 cm): 5 %

Leaf of convenient size, fully ripe and of uniform colour, sound, without damage, fine texture, tensile and elastic, stems and veins not prominent, well fermented and in good condition, good combustibility, of typical flavour and aroma, suitable for wrapping cigars, including about 25 % broken leaf

Packaging:

in hands tied with a non-tobacco material (fascicoli)

Moisture:

22 %

17

Basmas

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 15 cm long, colour golden-yellow, orange to yellow-red, with good elasticity, shiny, fairly bodied, porous structure and fine texture, with strong, typical aroma, good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe showing slight damage and/or curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 20 cm long, colour light yellow, yellow-green, reddish or light brown, with fairly porous structure and fine texture, medium elasticity moderately shiny and bodied, with strong, typical aroma, very good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 15 to 25 kg, formed in the traditional way from two rows of pastals (leaves straight laid). In the districts of Astakos and Chrysoupolis packing is in 'armathodema'

Moisture:

17 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

18

Katerini and similar varieties

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 20 cm long, colour light yellow or orange to reddish, of porous structure, good elasticity, shiny, fairly bodied, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as above constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe with slight damage and/or curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 25 cm long, colour yellow, orange, yellow-green, reddish or light brown, of porous structure, moderately bodied, medium elasticity and shiny, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

strings are usually bulked using the 'Baski' system before packing. Packing is in bales of 25 to 35 kg using traditional 'Kaloup' system

Moisture:

16 %

19

(a) Kaba-Koulak classic

(b) Elassona

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except top leaves, up to 25 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and to 20 cm long for Elassona, Karatzova and Kontoula, of moderate to deep yellow colour, good elasticity, shiny, of porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe, with some slight damage and/or curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to

30 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and 25 cm long for Elassona, Karatzova and Kontoula, colour yellow, yellow-green, reddish, of fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, medium elasticity and moderately shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 15 to 30 kg, made up in the traditional form of two rows of 'armathodema'

Moisture:

17 %

20

(a) Kaba-Koulak non-classic

(b) Myrodata Smyrnis,

Trapezous, Phi I

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the top leaves, up to 30 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and Trapezous, 20 cm long for Phi I and 15 cm long for Myrodata Smyrnis, of light yellow to reddish colour, good elasticity, shiny, fairly porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 35 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and Trapezous, 25 cm long for Phi I and 20 cm long for Myrodata Smyrnis, of yellow,

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

20

(cont'd)

(a) Kaba-Koulak non-classic

(b) Myrodata Smyrnis,

Trapezous, Phi I

yellow-green or light brown colour, of fairly porous structure, fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, very good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 25 to 35 kg, made up using the traditional 'armathodema' system or of 35 to 50 kg using the 'Kaloup' system

Moisture:

17 %

21

Myrodata Agrinion

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, without curing defects, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 25 cm long, of yellow to deep orange colour, of good elasticity, shiny, porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant,

up to 30 cm long, of yellow, yellow-green or light reddish

colour, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 15 to 30 kg made up in the traditional way in two rows of 'armathodema'

Moisture:

15 %

22

Zichnomyrodata

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, without curing defects, from all positions on the plant except top leaves, up to 20 cm long, light yellow to light orange colour, good elasticity, shiny, porous structure, fine texture; excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 25 cm long, colour yellow, yellow-green or light reddish, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 15 to 30 kg made up in the traditional way in two rows of 'armathodema'

Moisture:

17 %

23

Tsebelia

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, without curing defects, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 35 cm long, colour yellow-red, orange to reddish, of porous structure, good elasticity and shiny, fairly bodied, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

23

(cont'd)

Tsebelia

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with minor curing defects, from all positions on the plant, up to 40 cm long, colour light yellow, yellow-green, reddish or light brown, fairly porous structure, fairly elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, fairly fine texture, very good combustibility; includes leaves with slight disease blemishes and/or minor damage

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 30 to 40 kg, made up in two rows of 'armathodema'

Moisture:

14 %

24

Mavra

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, without curing defects, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 30 cm long, colour yellow-reddish or orange to reddish, with porous structure, fine texture, good elasticity and shiny, fairly bodied, good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, showing minor curing defects, from all positions on the plant, up to 40 cm long, colour yellowish, yellow-green (lemon), reddish or light brown, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, of good combustibility; includes also leaves with slight disease blemishes and/or minor damage

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

growers' bales of 30 to 50 kg made up in two rows of 'armathodema'

Moisture:

14 %

25

Burley EL

Quality A leaves

Quality A:

leaf fully ripe, fully developed, undamaged, sound, without curing defects, from the middle stalk position, of uniform medium nut-brown to nut-red colour, porous structure, fine texture, excellent combustibility

Packaging:

growers' bales of 50 to 70 kg, made up in two rows of 'armathodema', no strings (leaves loose)

Moisture:

22 %

26

Virginia EL

Quality A leaves

Quality A:

leaf fully ripe, fully developed, sound, undamaged, without curing defects, of uniform lemon yellow to medium orange colour, well bodied, fine texture and good combustibility, mainly from the middle stalk position

Packaging:

growers' bales of 30 to 40 kg, made up in two rows of 'armathodema', no strings (leaves loose)

Moisture:

19 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

27

Santa Fé

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without curing defects, with stems (midribs) completely dried, brown in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

tobacco graded in uniform temporary bales

Moisture:

18 %

28

Fermented Burley

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without curing defects, with stems (midribs) completely dried, with good combustibility, nut-brown to cinnamon in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

tobacco graded in uniform temporary bales

Moisture:

18 %

29

Havana E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, fine texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, without curing defects, with stems (midribs) completely dried brown, light brown or greenish in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

tobacco graded in uniform temporary bales

Moisture:

18 %

30

Round Scafati

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf of reasonable size, well ripened, of uniform colour, sound, undamaged, fine texture, strong and elastic, with fine stems (midribs) and veins, in good condition, with good combustibility, with typical flavour and aroma, suitable for wrapping cigars; about 25 % broken leaf acceptable

Packaging:

in uniform temporary bales containing hands tied with non-

tobacco material

Moisture:

18 %

31

Virginia E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, sound, lemon yellow or orange in colour

Packaging:

in uniform temporary bales of 33 to 45 kg not tied in hands and with the leaves separated according to their position on the stalk

Moisture:

16 %

32

Burley E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, sound, of various shades of cinnamon colour

Packaging:

in uniform temporary bales of 33 to 45 kg not tied in hands and with the leaves separated according to their position on the stalk

Moisture:

18 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

33

Virginia P

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, open and elastic texture, oily, lemon yellow to orange in colour, shiny, length exceeding 40 cm, leaves from the first and last positions on the stalk not included

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 45 kg with the leaves arranged in order

Moisture:

17 %

34

Burley P

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf ripe, open and elastic texture, bright colour, length exceeding 40 cm, leaves from the first and last positions on the stalk not included

Packaging:

in temporary bales of 35 kg with the leaves arranged in order

Moisture:

22 %

ANNEX II

Baled tobacco: varieties and their reference qualities for the 1989 harvest

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

1

Badischer Geudertheimer and its hybrids

Class 1 Hauptgut (top quality leaf)

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without blemish, dark brown to mottled brown, of uniform length, fermented normally

Packaging:

in bales, cases or cartons of approximately 75 to 200 kg or in barrels of approximately 225 to 450 kg

Moisture:

16 %

2

Badischer Burley E and its hybrids

Class 1 Hauptgut (top quality leaf)

Class 1:

leaf ripe, sound, without blemish, fleshy light brown to reddish or dark brown, of uniform length, fermented normally

Packaging:

in bales or cases of approximately 75 to 175 kg or in barrels of approximately 225 to 450 kg

Moisture:

15 %

3

Virgin D

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

leaf, ripe, sound, without blemish, yellow to reddish or brownish yellow, fermented normally

Packaging:

in bales or cases of approximately 75 to 175 kg or in barrels of approximately 225 to 450 kg

Moisture:

13 %

7

Bright

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of various shades of yellow

Packaging:

in barrels of approximately 280 to 450 kg or cartons of approximately 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

13 %

8

Burley I

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, without curing defects, of open possibly firm texture, stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of a more or less lively nut-brown colour

Packaging:

in barrels of approximately 280 to 450 kg or cartons of

approximately 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

13 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

9

Maryland

Leaf in category A

Category A:

leaf sufficiently ripe, with slight curing defects and only slightly mottled, of average texture, stems (midribs) and veins not too prominent, sound, of a rather lively reddish brown colour

Packaging:

in barrels of approximately 280 to 450 kg or cartons of approximately 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

13 %

10

(a) Kentucky and hybrids

thereof

(b) Moro di Cori

(c) Salento

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf fully ripe, of firm texture, without curing and condition defects, brown in colour, with some damage, of good combustibility

Packaging:

in barrels of approximately 280 to 450 kg, bales of approximately 170 to 200 kg or cartons of 150 to 200 kg

Moisture:

16 %

11

(a) Forchheimer Havana II c

(b) Nostrano del Brenta

(c) Resistente 142

(d) Gojano

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf in firm or light texture, sound, without any curing defects, brown to greenish in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

in bales, cases or cartons of approximately 75 to 200 kg or in barrels of approximately 225 to 450 kg

Moisture:

16 %

12

(a) Beneventano

(b) Brasile Selvaggio and

similar varieties

Leaf in Category B

Category B:

leaf sufficiently ripe, firm texture or possibly coarse or thin, with minor defects as regards curing and fermentation and damage

Packaging:

in bales of approximately 120 kg or barrels of approximately 330 kg

Moisture:

16 %

13

Xanti-Yakà

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile, of oval or elliptical shape, stems (midribs) not too prominent and well-spaced veins, with some curing defects, mainly of light texture, from yellow to brown in colour, with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk, with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 20 cm

Packaging:

in small bales of approximately 18 to 50 kg

Moisture:

13 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

14

(a) Perustitza

(b) Samsun

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile (Perustitza) or with leaf, stalks (Samsun) of elliptical lanceolate shape with fine points (Perustitza) or elliptical and rounded (Samsun) without prominent stems (midribs) and with veins at a rather acute angle, with slight curing defects, generally of light texture, in colour from yellow to brown (Perustitza) or reddish (Samsun), with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 25 cm

Packaging:

in small bales of approximately 18 to 50 kg

Moisture:

13 %

15

Erzegovina and similar

varieties

Leaf in category B

Category B:

leaf reasonably sound and ripe, sessile, of oval or elliptical shape, with fairly prominent stems (midribs) and fairly open veins, with some curing defects, mainly of light texture, from yellow to brown in colour, with marked damage but in good condition, taken from all positions on the stalk, with discreet flavour, sufficient aroma and good combustibility

The length of the middle leaves not to exceed 35 cm

Packaging:

in small bales of approximately 18 to 50 kg

Moisture:

13 %

16

(a) Round Tip

(b) Scafati

(c) Sumatra I

Leaf in category B

Category B:

lower middle leaf, sorted by length in the following proportions:

first length (38 cm and over): 60 %

second length (from 32 to under 38 cm): 35 %

third length (from 25 to under 32 cm): 5 %

leaf of convenient size, fully ripe and of uniform colour, sound, without damage, fine texture, tensile and elastic, stems and veins not prominent, well fermented and in good condition, good combustibility, of typical flavour and aroma, suitable for wrapping cigars, including about 25 % broken leaf

Packaging:

in bales of approximately 70 to 90 kg or cartons of approximately 180 to 210 kg

Moisture:

16 %

17

Basmas

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 15 cm long, colour golden-yellow, orange to yellow-red, with good elasticity and shiny, fairly bodied, porous structure and fine texture, with strong, typical aroma, good combustibility

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

17

(cont'd)

Basmas

Leaf as described above (I/II) constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects and slight disease blemishes, up to 20 cm long, colour light yellow, reddish or light brown, with fairly porous structure and fine texture, medium elasticity, moderately shiny and bodied, with strong, typical aroma, very good combustibility

Leaf as described above (III) constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

18

Katerini and similar varieties

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 20 cm long, colour light yellow or orange to reddish, of porous structure, good elasticity, shiny, fairly bodied, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as described above (I/II) constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe with slight damage and curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 25 cm long, colour yellow, orange, yellow-green, reddish or light brown, of porous structure, medium elasticity and shiny, fairly bodied, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

19

(a) Kaba-Koulak classic

(b) Elassona

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except top leaves, up to 25 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and to 20 cm long for Elassona, Karatzova and Kontoula, of moderate to deep yellow colour, good elasticity, shiny, of porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe with some slight damage and/or curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 30 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and 25 cm long for Elassona, Karatzova and Kontoula, of yellow to reddish colour, of fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, medium elasticity, shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

MARK; MC: F; Pr.: C;

Kunde: 44131

EWG:L129UMBE15.95 18. 5. 1989

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

20

(a) Kaba-Koulak non-classic

(b) Myrodata Smyrnis,

Trapezous, Phi I

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except top leaves, up to 30 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and Trapezous, 20 cm long for Phi I and 15 cm long for Myrodata Smyrnis, of light yellow to reddish colour, good elasticity, shiny, fairly porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above (I/II) constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 35 cm long for Macedonia Kaba-Koulak and Trapezous, 25 cm long for Phi I, and 20 cm long for Myrodata Smyrnis, of yellow to light brown colour, fairly porous structure, fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, very good combustibility

Leaf as described above (III) constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

21

Myrodata Agrinion

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 25 cm long, of yellow to deep orange colour, of good elasticity, shiny, porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above (I/II) constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 30 cm long, of yellow to light reddish colour, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above (III) constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

14 %

22

Zichnomyrodata

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except top leaves, up to 20 cm long, from light yellow to light orange in colour, good elasticity, shiny, porous structure, fine texture and excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 47 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with slight curing defects, with slight disease blemishes, from all positions on the plant, up to 25 cm long, of yellow to light reddish colour, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, excellent combustibility

Leaf as described above (III) constitutes 53 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

23

Tsebelia

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 30 cm long, colour yellow-red, orange to reddish, of porous structure, elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, fine texture and very good combustibility

Leaf as described above (I/II) constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with minor curing defects, from all positions on the plant, up to 40 cm long, colour from light yellow to reddish or light brown, fairly porous structure, fairly elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, fairly fine texture, very good combustibility; includes also leaves with slight disease blemishes and/or minor damage

Leaf as described above constitutes 55% of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

24

Mavra

Quality I/III leaves

Quality I/III:

leaf ripe, undamaged, sound, well cured, from all positions on the plant except the first 'protomana', up to 30 cm long, colour yellow-reddish or orange to reddish, with porous structure, fine texture, elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, good combustibility

Leaf as described above constitutes 45 % of quality I/III

Leaf ripe and reasonably undamaged, with minor curing defects, from all positions on the plant, up to 40 cm long, colour from yellowish to reddish or light brown, fairly porous structure and fairly fine texture, fairly elastic and shiny, fairly bodied, of good combustibility; includes also leaves with slight disease blemishes and/or minor damage

Leaf as described above constitutes 55 % of quality I/III

Packaging:

bales ('Tongas') of approximately 30 kg

Moisture:

13 %

25

Burley EL

Quality A leaves

Quality A:

leaf fully ripe, fully developed, undamaged, sound, well cured, from the middle stalk position, of uniform medium nut-brown, to nut-red colour, porous structure, fine texture, excellent combustibility

Packaging:

bales of approximately 100 kg, cases of approximately 200 kg or barrels of 240 to 280 kg

Moisture:

13 %

26

Virginia EL

Quality A leaves

Quality A:

leaf fully ripe, fully developed, from the middle stalk position, sound, undamaged, well cured, of a uniform lemon yellow to medium orange colour, fine texture and good combustibility

Packaging:

bales of approximately 100 kg

Moisture:

13 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

27

Santa Fé

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf ripe, sound, well fermented, brown or dark brown in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

in bales of 80 to 100 kg or in cartons of 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

28

Fermented Burley

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf ripe, sound, well fermented, brown in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

in bales of 80 to 100 kg or in cartons of 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

29

Havana E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf ripe, sound, fine texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, well fermented, brown or light brown to greenish in colour, with some damage

Packaging:

in bales of 80 to 100 kg or in cartons of 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

30

Round Scafati

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf of reasonable size, well ripened, of uniform colour, sound, without significant damage, fine texture, strong and elastic, with fine stems (midribs) and veins, in good condition, with good combustibility, with typical flavour and aroma, well fermented, suitable for wrapping cigars; about 25 % broken leaf acceptable

Packaging:

in bales of 70 to 100 kg or in cartons of 180 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

31

Virginia E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf sufficiently ripe, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, sound, of various shades of yellow from lemon to orange

Packaging:

in cartons of 170 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

32

Burley E

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf sufficiently ripe, open texture, with stems (midribs) and veins not very prominent, sound, of various shades of cinnamon colour

Packaging:

in cartons of 150 to 210 kg

Moisture:

14 %

Serial

No

Variety

Reference quality

33

Virginia P

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf ripe, well cured, open and elastic texture, oily, lemon yellow to orange in colour, shiny, length exceeding 40 cm, leaves from the first and last positions on the stalk not included

Packaging:

in cartons of 200 kg, not tied in hands

Moisture:

12,5 %

34

Burley P

Class 1 leaf

Class 1:

Leaf ripe, well cured, open and elastic texture, bright colour, length exceeding 40 cm, leaves from the first and last positions on the stalk not included

Packaging:

in cartons of 180 kg, not tied in hands

Moisture:

13 %

ANNEX III

Recognized growing areas for each Community-produced tobacco variety

Variety

Countries

Production Areas

1. Badischer Geudertheimer

and its hybrids

Germany

France

Italy

Rhine valley and adjacent valleys and Mittelfranken

Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Picardy, Champagne-Ardennes, Alsace-

Lorraine, Val-de-Loire and Poitou-Bretagne

B(*):

Veneto, Tuscany, Molise, Campania, Lazio and Apulia

2. Badischer Burley E

and its hybrids

Germany

France

Italy

Rhine valley and adjacent valleys and Mittelfranken

Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées, Auvergne-Limousin, Alsace-Lorraine, Rhône-Alpes, Franche-Comté, Val-de-Loire, Centre, Poitou-

Bretagne and Burgundy and Charente

B(*):

Piedmont, Lombardy, Veneto and Emilia-Romagna

3. Virgin D

Germany

Schleswig-Holstein, Lower Saxony, Franconia, Rhine valley and adjacent valleys

France

Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées, Auvergne-Limousin, Champagne-Ardennes,

Alsace-Lorraine, Rhône-Alpes, Franche-Comté, Provence, Val-de-Loire,

Centre, Poitou-Bretagne, Languedoc-Roussillon, Normandy, Burgundy, Charente, Nord-Pas-de-Calais and Picardy

4. (a) Paraguay and its hybrids

France

Belgium

Italy

A(*): Aquitaine, Midi-Pyrénées, Languedoc-Roussillon, Auvergne-

Limousin, Poitou-Bretagne, Charente, Val-de-Loire, Centre, Rhône-Alpes, Provence, Franche-Comté, Alsace-Lorraine, Champagne-Ardennes, Picardy, Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Normandy and Burgundy

C(*)

Flanders

B(*)

Molise and Campania

(b) Dragon vert and its hybrids, Philippin, Petit Grammont (Flobecq), Semois, Appelterre

France

Belgium

A(*): Nord-Pas-de-Calais, Picardy, Champagne-Ardennes and Val-de-Loire

C(*):

Flanders, Hainaut, Namur and Luxemburg

5. Nijkerk

France

Departments of Lot and Aveyron

6. Misionero

France

Réunion

7. Bright

Italy

Friuli, Veneto, Lombardy, Piedmont, Tuscany, Marches, Umbria, Lazio, Abruzzi, Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Apulia and Calabria

8. Burley I

Italy

Veneto, Lombardy, Piedmont, Umbria, Emilia-Romagna, Lazio, Abruzzi, Molise, Campania, Basilicata, Apulia and Sicily

9. Maryland

Italy

Friuli, Lombardy, Tuscany, Marche, Umbria, Lazio, Molise and

Campania

10. Kentucky

Italy

Veneto, Tuscany, Umbria, Lazio and Campania

Spain

Estramadura, Andalusia

11. F. Havana

Italy

Friuli, Trentino, Veneto, Tuscany, Lazio and Molise and Campania

12. Beneventano

Italy

Campania

Brasile selvaggio

Sicily

13. Xanti-Yaka

Italy

Abruzzi, Campania, Basilicata and Apulia

14. (a) Perustitza

Italy

Lazio, Abruzzi, Molise, Campania, Apulia and Sicily

(b)

Samsun

15. Erzegovina

Italy

Lazio, Abruzzi and Apulia

A(*):

"

Y

y

Y

x

A(*):

"

Y

y

Y

x

Variety

Countries

Production Areas

16. Round Tip

Greece

Central Macedonia

Italy

Campania

17. Basma

Greece

Thrace, Macedonia, Sterea Hellas and Thessaly

18. (a) Katerini

(b) Similar varieties

Greece

Macedonia

Macedonia, Sterea Hellas, Epirus and Thessaly

19. (a) Kaba Koulak classic

(b) Elassona

Greece

Greece

Macedonia

Thessaly

20. Kaba Koulak non-classic

Greece

Macedonia, Thessaly, Sterea Hellas, Thrace, Epirus, Peloponnese and Islands

21. Myrodata Agrinion

Greece

Sterea Hellas

22. Zichnomyrodata

Greece

Thessaly

23. Tsebelia

Greece

Epirus and Sterea Hellas

24. Mavra

Greece

Thessaly, Peloponnese and Sterea Hellas

25. Burley EL

Greece

Macedonia and Thessaly

26. Virginia EL

Greece

Sterea Hellas, Thessaly, Macedonia, Thrace and Peloponnese

27. Santa Fé

Spain

Andalusia

28. Burley Ferm.

Spain

Extrémadura, Andalusia, Castille-Léon, Castille-Manche, Valencienne community, Navarre, Rioja, Catalonia and Madrid

29. Havana E

Spain

Castille-Léon, Navarre, Galicia, Asturias and Cantabria

30. Round Scafati

Spain

Galicia, Asturias, Navarre, Castille-Léon and Cantabria

31. Virginia E

Spain

Extrémadura, Andalusia, Castille-Léon and Castille-Manche

32. Burley E

Spain

Extrémadura, Andalusia, Castille-Léon and Castille-Manche

33. Virginia P

Portugal

Beira Interior, Ribatejo Oeste, Alentejo and autonomous region of the Azores

34. Burley P

Portugal

Beiras, Ribatejo Oeste, Entre Douro e Minho, Tras-os-Montes and autonomous region of the Azores

(*) Specific production areas as defined in Article 4 (5) of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70.

ANNEX IV

Norm prices, intervention prices and premiums for leaf tobacco from the 1989 harvest Derived intervention prices for baled tobacco from the 1989 harvest (ECU/kg)

Serial

No

Variety

Norm price

intervention

price

Premium

Derived

intervention

price

1

Badischer Geudertheimer and its hybrids

3,643

3,097

2,534

4,644

2

Badischer Burley E and its hybrids

4,512

3,835

2,961

5,426

3

Virgin D

4,626

3,932

2,927

5,179

4

(a) Paraguay and its hybrids

(b) Dragon vert and its hybrids, Philippin,

Petit Grammont (Flobecq), Semois, Appelterre

aa

a

s

3,400

2,890

2,352

-

5

Nijkerk

3,357

2,853

2,132

-

6

(a) Misionero and its hybrids

(b) Rio Grande and its hybrids

aa

a

s

3,128

2,659

2,159

-

7

Bright

4,070

3,459

2,461

4,764

8

Burley I

2,848

2,421

1,653

3,565

9

Maryland

3,313

2,816

1,875

4,014

10

(a) Kentucky and its hybrids

(b) Moro di Cori

(c) Salento

aa

a

s

2,796

2,376

1,765

3,347

11

(a) Forchheimer Havana II c

(b) Nostrano del Brenta

(c) Resistente 142

(d) Gojano

aa

|

a

|

s

2,707

(¹) 2,030 (¹)

1,909

(¹) 3,284 (¹)

12

(a) Beneventano

(b) Brasile Selvaggio and similar varieties

aa

a

s

1,462

1,243

1,077

2,012

13

Xanti-Yakà

3,257

2,768

2,399

4,521

14

(a) Perustitza

(b) Samsun

aa

a

s

3,083

2,621

2,283

2,222

3,925

3,949

15

Erzegovina and similar varieties

2,770

2,355

2,057

3,540

16

(a) Round Tip

(b) Scafati

(c) Sumatra I

aa

a

s

15,908

13,522

9,608

20,782

17

Basmas

6,090

5,177

3,072

6,914

18

Katerini and similar varieties

5,073

4,312

2,734

6,196

19

(a) Kaba Koulak classic

(b) Elassona

aa

a

s

4,022

3,419

2,078

4,925

20

(a) Kaba Koulak non-classic

(b) Myrodata Smyrne, Trapezous and Phi I

aa

a

s

3,030

2,576

1,423

3,979

21

Myrodata Agrinion

3,998

3,398

2,099

4,840

22

Zichnomyrodata

4,154

3,531

2,214

5,051

23

Tsebelia

3,195

(¹) 2,396 (¹)

2,593

(¹) 3,778 (¹)

Serial

No

Variety

Norm Price

Intervention

price

Premium

Derived

intervention

price

24

Mavra

3,120

(¹) 2,340 (¹)

2,120

(¹) 3,714 (¹)

25

Burley EL

2,251

(¹) 1,688 (¹)

(¹) 1,219 (¹)

(¹) 2,748 (¹)

26

Virginia EL

3,806

3,235

3,145

4,465

27

Santa Fé

1,383

1,176

0,301

2,034

28

Burley Ferm.

2,240

1,904

0,931

2,923

29

Havana E

2,878

2,447

1,952

3,634

30

Round Scafati

8,669

7,369

5,911

12,615

31

Virginia E

4,531

3,851

2,354

5,305

32

Burley E

2,965

2,520

1,398

3,789

33

Virginia P

4,263

3,624

2,354

4,953

34

Burley P

3,072

2,611

1,398

3,896

(¹) Account being taken of the application of Article 13 of Regulation (EEC) No 727/70.

ANNEX V

Maximum guarateed quantities by variety and group of varieties for tobacco from the 1989 and 1990 harvests (Leaf tobacco)

(tonnes)

Group and varieties

(serial number)

Maximum guaranteed quantity

1989

1990

GROUP I

3 Virgin D

10 500

11 000

7 Bright

44 250

46 750

31 Virginia E

14 500

16 000

33 Virginia P

3 500

4 000

17 Basmas

30 000

30 000

18 Katerini

23 000

23 000

26 Virginia EL

9 500

12 500

Total

135 250

143 250

GROUP II

2 Badischer Burley:

- for area A

7 000

8 000

- for area B

4 300

4 300

8 Burley I

42 500

43 500

9 Maryland

3 500

3 500

25 Burley EL

11 000

11 000

28 Burley Ferm.

32 Burley E

aa

a

s

27 000

26 500

34 Burley P

2 000

2 500

Total

97 300

99 300

GROUP III

1 Badischer Geudertheimer:

- for area A

4 300

4 300

- for area B

7 700

7 700

4 Paraguay:

- for area A

20 000

18 000

- for area B

2 700

2 700

- for area C

2 000

2 000

5 Nijkerk

6 Misionero

27 Santa Fé

29 Havanna E

aa

A

a

A

s

1 500

1 500

10 Kentucky

10 000

10 000

16 Round Tip

30 Round Scafati

aa

a

s

250

250

Total

48 450

46 450

GROUP IV

13 Xanti-Yakà

14 Perustitza

15 Erzegovine

aa

A

a

A

s

20 000

18 000

19 Kaba Koulak classic

20 Kaba Koulak non classic

21 Myrodata

22 Zychnomyrodata

aa

A

a

A

s

36 000

33 000

Total

56 000

51 000

GROUP V

11 Forchheimer Havanna

12 Beneventano

aa

a

s

18 000

17 000

23 Tsebelia

24 Mavra

aa

a

s

30 000

28 000

Total

48 000

45 000