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General information

Notification Number
B/SK/09/02

Member State to which the notification was sent
Slovakia

Date of acknowledgement from the Member State Competent Authority
22/01/2009

Title of the Project
Notification according to Directive 2001/18/EC, Part B, for the deliberate release of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 for the use in field trials in Slovakia.

Proposed period of release:
10/04/2009 to 30/11/2011

Name of the Institute(s) or Company(ies)
Slovak Agricultural Research Centre, Research Institute of Plant Production;
Piešťany, Bratislavská 122, 921 68 Pieštany, Slovak Republic;


3. Is the same GMPt release planned elsewhere in the Community?
No

Has the same GMPt been notified elsewhere by the same notifier?
No

Genetically modified plant

Complete name of the recipient or parental plant(s)
Common NameFamily NameGenusSpeciesSubspeciesCultivar/breeding line
maizepoaceaezeazea maysmaysMON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122

2. Description of the traits and characteristics which have been introduced or modified, including marker genes and previous modifications:
MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 consists in the combination, by conventional breeding, of four genetically modified parental inbred lines derived from MON 89034 (Monsanto Company), 1507 (Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. and Mycogen Seeds c/o Dow AgroSciences LLC), MON 88017 (Monsanto Company) and 59122 (Pioneer Hi-Bred International Inc. and Mycogen Seeds c/o Dow AgroSciences LLC).
 Like MON 89034, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 produces two distinct Bacillus thuringiensis proteins, Cry1A.105 and Cry2Ab2 which provide a dual effective dose against feeding damage caused by the key lepidopteran pest complex in maize.
 Like 1507, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 produces the Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. aizawai Cry1F insecticidal protein which provides a third activity against the lepidopteran pest complex, and further expands the spectrum of activity in the combined trait product. 1507 also produces the phosphinothricin acetyl transferase (PAT) protein from Streptomyces viridochromogenes which provides tolerance to glufosinate-ammonium, the active ingredient in Liberty®1 herbicides.
 Like MON 88017, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 produces the modified Cry3Bb1 protein, derived from Bacillus thuringiensis subsp. kumamotoensis that provides protection against corn rootworm (Diabrotica spp.) larval feeding and the CP4 EPSPS protein, derived from Agrobacterium sp. strain CP4 which provides tolerance to glyphosate, the active ingredient in Roundup®2 herbicides.
 Like 59122, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 produces the Bacillus thuringiensis Cry34/35Ab1 binary insecticidal protein that provides a second mode of activity against corn rootworm larval feeding (Diabrotica spp.). Like 59122, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 also produces the PAT protein which provides tolerance to glufosinate-ammonium.

1 Liberty® and LibertyLink® are registered trademarks of Bayer


Genetic modification

3. Type of genetic modification:
Insertion; Other;
Other
MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 consists in the combination, by conventional breeding, of four genetically modified parental inbred lines derived from MON 89034, 1507, MON 88017 and 59122. No additional genetic modification is involved.

In case of insertion of genetic material, give the source and intended function of each constituent fragment of the region to be inserted:
MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 was produced by crossing plants containing MON 89034, 1507, MON 88017 and 59122 using conventional breeding methods. The inserted DNA fragments from each inbred parental lines are inherited in MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122. The individual components and the size, source and function of these inherited DNA sequences are given in Tables 1 to 4.
Table 1. Summary of the inserted DNA fragment inherited from MON 89034
Genetic Element Size (~kb) Function (Reference)
B1-Left Border 0.24 239 bp DNA region from the B-Left Border region remaining after integration
Pp2-e35S 0.30 Modified promoter and leader for the cauliflower mosaic virus (CaMV) 35S RNA containing the duplicated enhancer region
L3-Cab 0.06 5' untranslated leader of the wheat chlorophyll a/b-binding protein
I4-Ract1 0.48 Intron from the rice actin gene
CS5-cry1A.105 3.53 Coding sequence for the Bacillus thuringiensis Cry1A.105 protein
T6-Hsp17 0.21 3' transcript termination sequence for wheat heat shock protein 17.3, which ends transcription and directs polyadenylation
P-FMV 0.56 Figwort Mosaic Virus 35S promoter
I-Hsp70 0.80 First intron from the maize heat shock protein 70 gene
TS7-SSU-CTP 0.40
DNA region containing the targeting sequence for the transit peptide region of maize ribulose 1,5-bisphosphate carboxylase small subunit and the first intron
CS-cry2Ab2 1.91 Coding sequence for a Cry2Ab2 protein from Bacillus thuringiensis. This coding sequence uses a modified codon usage.
T-nos 0.25
3' transcript termination sequence of the nopaline synthase (nos) coding sequence from Agrobacterium tumefaciens which terminates transcription and directs polyadenylation
B-Left Border 0.23 230 bp DNA region from the B-Left Border region remaining after integration

Table 2. Summary of the inserted DNA inherited from 1507
Genetic Element Size (~kb) Function (Reference)
ubiZM1 PRO 1.98 The ubiquitin promoter (plus 5’ untranslated region) from Zea mays (Christensen et al., 1992)
cry1F 1.82 A synthetic version of truncated cry1F from Bacillus thuringiensis sbsp. aizawai (plant optimized)
ORF25 TERM 0.72 A terminator from Agrobacterium tumefaciens pTi15955
35S PRO 0.55 35S promoter from Cauliflower Mosaic Virus (Odell et al., 1985)
pat 0.55 The synthetic glufosinate-ammonium tolerance gene (plant optimized), based on a phosphinothricin acetyltransferase gene sequence from Streptomyces viridochromogenes (Eckes et al., 1989; Wohlleben et al., 1988)
35S TERM 0.20 35S terminator from Cauliflower Mosaic Virus (Pietrzak et al., 1986)
Table 3. Summary of the e inserted DNA fragment inherited from MON 88017
Genetic Element Size (~kb) Function (Reference)
B-Left Border 0.29 292 bp DNA region from the B-Left Border region remaining after integration
P-Ract1 0.93 Promoter from the rice actin gene
I-Ract1 0.48 Intron from the rice actin gene
TS-CTP2 0.23 DNA sequence from Arabidopsis thaliana coding for the N-teminal chloroplast transit peptide
CS-cp4 epsps 1.37 Coding sequence for the Agrobacterium CP4 EPSPS protein
T-nos 0.25 3' transcript termination sequence of the nopaline synthase (nos) coding sequence from Agrobacterium tumefaciens which terminates transcription and directs polyadenylation
P-e35S 0.61 Promoter with the duplicated enhancer region
L-Cab 0.06 5’ untranslated leader of the wheat chlorophyll a/b-binding protein
I-Ract1 0.48 Intron from the rice actin gene
CS-cry3Bb1 1.96 Coding sequence for a synthetic variant of Cry3Bb1 protein
T-Hsp17 0.21 3’ transcript termination sequence for wheat heat shock protein 17.3, which ends transcription and directs polyadenylation
B-Right Border 0.03 30 bp DNA region from the B-Right Border region remaining after integration
B – border region
CS - coding sequence
I - intron
L – leader
P – promoter
Pp –modified promoter
T – transcript termination sequence
TS – targeting sequence


Table 4. Summary of the inserted DNA fragment inherited from 59122
Genetic Element Size (~kb) Function (Reference)
Right Border 0.18 Right T-DNA border region from Ti plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens. T-DNA right border 25 bp repeat region located from bp 1 to bp 25
Ubiquitin promoter 1.99 Ubiquitin promoter from Zea mays including 5’UTR (bp 1149 to bp 1231) and intron (bp 1232 to bp 2241) (Christensen et al., 1992).
cry34Ab1 0.37 Maize-optimised cry34Ab1 gene encoding the 14 kDa delta-endotoxin parasporal crystal protein from Bacillus thuringiensis strain PS149B1 (Ellis et al., 2002). Coding region from start codon through stop codon.
Pin II Term 0.31 Terminator sequence from Solanum tuberosum proteinase inhibitor II gene (An et al., 1989).
Wheat Peroxidase promoter 1.30 Triticum aestivum peroxidase promoter (wheat peroxidase); (Hertig et al., 1991).
cry35Ab1 1.15 Maize-optimised cry35Ab1 gene encoding the 44 kDa delta-endotoxin parasporal crystal protein from Bacillus thuringiensis strain PS149B1 (Ellis et al., 2002). Coding region from start codon through stop codon.
Pin II Term 0.32 Terminator sequence from Solanum tuberosum proteinase inhibitor II gene (An et al., 1989).
35S Promoter 0.53 35S promoter from Cauliflower Mosaic Virus, Strasbourg strain (Hohn et al., 1982; Pietrzak et al., 1986).
pat 0.55 Plant-optimised phosphinothricin acetyltransferase coding sequence from Streptomyces viridochromogenes. Coding region from start codon through stop codon (Wohlleben et al., 1988).
35S Term 0.19 35S terminator from Cauliflower Mosaic Virus (Hohn et al., 1982).
Left Border 0.08 Left T-DNA border region from Ti plasmid of Agrobacterium tumefaciens. T-DNA Left Border 25 bp repeat region located from bp 7366 to bp 7390.


6. Brief description of the method used for the genetic modification:
While MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 results from traditional breeding, genetic modification was used in the development of the parental lines. MON 89034, MON 88017 and 59122 were produced by Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of maize cells. 1507 was developed by the particle acceleration method.

7. If the recipient or parental plant is a forest tree species, describe ways and extent of dissemination and specific factors affecting dissemination:
Not applicable

Experimental Release

1. Purpose of the release:
MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 will be planted in field trials for assessment of the following criteria: biological efficacy, characterization of introduced traits, compositional analysis, comparison with chemical insecticide strategies, evaluation of potential ecological interactions, breeding activities - testing of local germplasm with above mentioned characteristics of genetically modified maize, variety registration trials and assessment of weed treatment strategies in maize under Slovak conditions.

2. Geographical location of the site:
Gabčíkovo, Sokolce, Tekovské Lužany, Borovce, Špačince, Viglaš-Pstruša and Milhostov

3. Size of the site (m2):
115.500 m2 is the max. size of all locations in 2009

4. Relevant data regarding previous releases carried out with the same GM-plant, if any, specifically related to the potential environmental and human health impacts from the release:
MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 was field tested in multiple sites in maize producing states of the U.S. corn belt and southern corn growing regions to assess performance, efficacy, hybrid evaluation, seed production, yield and to collect regulatory data and materials. It was also tested in three locations in Chile to assess performance, efficacy, yield, breeding, and for hybrid evaluation.
The results of the releases in these countries showed no evidence that MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 is likely to cause any adverse effects to human or animal health and the environment. Except for its protection against certain lepidopteran and coleopteran insect pests and its tolerance to glyphosate and glufosinate herbicides, MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 could not be distinguished from conventional maize.


Environmental Impact and Risk Management

Summary of the potential environmental impact from the release of the GMPts:
Analysis of the characteristics of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 has shown that the risk of potential adverse effects on human and animal health or the environment, resulting from the planned deliberate release of these maize plants for field testing, is negligible:
 The risk of the inherited traits in MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 to be the cause of any meaningful competitive advantage or disadvantage in natural environments is negligible. As for any other maize, the likelihood of this maize to spread into non-agricultural environments is negligible, as its persistence in agricultural habitats and its invasiveness into non-agricultural habitats are unaltered compared to conventional maize. In the unlikely event of the establishment of these plants in the environment, the introduced traits would confer only a limited selective advantage (protection against lepidopteran and coleopteran pests, tolerance to glyphosate and glufosinate-ammonium) of short duration, narrow spatial context and with negligible consequences for the environment.
 There is no potential for gene transfer from MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 to wild plant species in Europe and low to negligible likelihood for gene transfer to other maize crops. In the event that the introduced genes outcross to another maize plant, its transfer would, in any case, have negligible consequences for the environment. Therefore, no risk management strategies are considered necessary. Nevertheless, measures will be taken to avoid hybridization with other maize plants and seed dissemination at harvest and during transportation (see Point E).
 MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 poses negligible risk for adverse environmental effects through its interaction with target organisms. By definition, the glyphosate- and glufosinate-tolerance traits have no direct or indirect interaction with any target organism. The insect-protection traits have activity only toward the particular target lepidopteran and coleopteran pests, therefore the effect of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 on target organisms is limited to specific conditions in the field, spatially limited and short in duration.
 Based on the selectivity of the Cry1A.105, Cry2Ab2 and Cry1F proteins for certain lepidopteran pests, and of the Cry3Bb1 and Cry34/35Ab1 proteins for certain coleopteran pests, their well characterised mode of action and the confirmation through studies of no adverse effects found, the risk of an adverse effect on non-target organisms is considered negligible. The ecological interactions with non-target organisms or the biochemical processes in soil are considered similar to the respective caused by conventional maize.
 Any occupational health aspects of handling MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 maize are not different from conventional maize, and this maize was shown not to cause any toxic or allergenic effects in man or animal health and to be as safe and nutritious as any other maize without any consequences for the feed/food chain.
 The environmental impact of the cultivation, management and harvesting techniques applied in the planned trials is considered no different from the farming practices for conventional maize.
It is actually expected that the production of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 will positively impact current agronomic practices in maize and provide benefits to farmers and the environment. The benefits of planting this maize result, in one hand, from its insect-protection traits and include: 1) a reliable means to control the target lepidopteran and coleopteran maize pests while maintaining beneficial species; 2) potential for reduced use of hazardous chemical insecticides; 3) excellent fit with integrated pest management (IPM) and sustainable agricultural systems; 4) reduced likelihood for isects insects to develop resistance to Bt proteins, compared to the parental lines; 5) potential for reduced levels of mycotoxin in maize kernels that result from fungal invasion after insect feeding damage. On the other hand, benefits of planting this maize result from its herbicide-tolerance traits (glyphosate and glufosinate-ammonium), which include: 1) an additional broad-spectrum weed control option in maize, 2) new herbicidal modes of action for in-season maize weed control, 3) increased flexibility to treat weeds on an “as needed” basis, 4) cost-effective weed control and 5) an excellent fit with reduced-tillage systems. In turn, a number of environmental benefits arise from the use of conservation tillage including improved soil quality, improved water infiltration, reductions in erosion and sedimentation of water resources, reduced runoff of nutrients and pesticides to surface water, improved wildlife habitat, increased carbon retention in the soil, reduced fuel use and encouragement of sustainable agricultural practices.
Since no characteristics of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 could be identified that may cause adverse effects on human health or the environment, no risk management strategies are considered necessary.


Brief description of any measures taken for the management of risks:
In addition to the scheduled observations, the trial site will be checked regularly during the period of the deliberate release for potentially occurring, direct or indirect, adverse environmental effects. This will be done by visual inspection of the status of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 crop and that of their receiving environment. In case any adverse environmental effects, linked to the deliberate release of MON 89034 × 1507 × MON 88017 × 59122 are observed during the period of release, these will be reported immediately to the Competent Authority.
The minimal isolation distance (200 m) from other maize crops, together with the eight rows of non transgenic maize surrounding the trials will prevent most of the possibility of hybridization with other maize plants.
The equipment, especially the experimental drill and combine, will be cleaned on the experimental site, thus preventing seed dissemination.
Although regrowth in the rotation crops is unlikely because of poor winter survival, the site will be sown with a crop different from maize the year following the planned trial.
Volunteer plants will be controlled by mechanical destruction or nonselective herbicides.
Seeds will be transported in sealed and labelled bags.
At the end of the field-testing campaign, a report will be made available by the notifier to the Competent Authority. This report will detail any unexpected adverse environmental effects observed during the general surveillance, if any, and further actions elicited as an effect of these findings, if applicable.


Summary of foreseen field trial studies focused to gain new data on environmental and human health impact from the release:
Not applicable.
However, any unanticipated adverse effects on human health or the environment would be reported immediately to the Competent Authority.


Final report


European Commission administrative information

Consent given by the Member State Competent Authority:
Yes
22/04/2009 00:00:00
Remarks:
ODBOR BIOLOGICKEJ BEZPEČNOSTI

Bratislava dňa 22. 04. 2009
Číslo: 17781/2009-2.3.-11-ZZP15



R O Z H O D N U T I E

Ministerstvo životného prostredia Slovenskej republiky (ďalej len „ministerstvo“) odbor biologickej bezpečnosti ako príslušný orgán štátnej správy podľa § 2 zákona č. 525/2003 Z. z o štátnej správe starostlivosti o životné prostredie a o zmene a doplnení niektorých zákonov v znení neskorších predpisov podľa § 24 ods. 1 písm. b/ zákona č. 151/2002 Z. z. o používaní genetických technológií a geneticky modifikovaných organizmov v znení neskorších predpisov (ďalej len „zákon“), vo veci ohlasovateľa Centrum výskumu rastlinnej výroby Piešťany, Bratislavská cesta 122, 921 68 Piešťany rozhodlo

t a k t o :

Ohlasovateľovi na základe § 17 ods. 1 písm. a/ a § 17 ods. 2 zákona udelilo súhlas na prvé a každé ďalšie zavedenie geneticky modifikovaného hybrida kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 (MON-89Ø34-3 × DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 × MON-88Ø17-3 × DAS-59122-7) do životného prostredia v lokalitách Centra výskumu rastlinnej výroby Piešťany: Borovce, Špačince, Gabčíkovo, Sokolce, Tekovské Lužany a Vígľaš - Pstruša s rozlohou pokusných pozemkov max. 80 000 m2 na jednu lokalitu.

Súhlas sa vydáva na obdobie odo dňa nadobudnutia právoplatnosti rozhodnutia do 31. 12. 2011.

Súčasne sa ukladá povinnosť:
- osivo geneticky modifikovaného hybridu kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 (MON-89Ø34-3 × DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 × MON-88Ø17-3 × DAS-59122-7) uskladniť v takých uzavretých priestoroch Centra výskumu rastlinnej výroby Piešťany, na ktorých prvé použitie uzavretých priestorov na genetické technológie bol vydaný súhlas MŽP SR podľa § 13 zákona č. 151/2002 v znení neskorších predpisov,
- prepravu osiva, vzoriek zrna a častí rastlín k analýzam vykonávať podľa podmienok uvedených vo vyhláške ministra zahraničných vecí č. 64/1987 Zb. o Európskej dohode o medzinárodnej cestnej preprave (ADR),
- osivo prepraviť z uzavretých priestorov podľa bodu 1 priamo na pole k sejbe bez medziskladovania,
- dodržať izolačnú vzdialenosť najmenej 200 m od porastov kukuríc pestovaných konvenčným spôsobom, 300 m od porastov kukuríc pestovaných ekologickým pestovaním a okolo parciel s geneticky modifikovanou kukuricou vykonať obsev konvenčnou kukuricou v šírke min. 8 riadkov,
- pozberanú geneticky modifikovanú kukuricu (zrno, obsev, vzorky analyzované na poli a zvyšky rastlín) zlikvidovať rozdrvením resp. rozsekaním a zaoraním na pozemku. Po ukončení výsevu v r. 2011 nepoužité osivo rozdrviť a inaktivovať, alebo odovzdať spoločnosti MONSANTO SLOVAKIA, s. r. o., Kukuričná 1, 831 03 Bratislava, ktorá zabezpečí prevoz nepoužitého osiva na svoje pracoviská v zahraničí.,
- vyčistiť sejací stroj po ukončení sejby, zberový kombajn po ukončení zberu a sekací stroj po jeho použití,
- z úrody geneticky modifikovaného hybridu kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 odobrať na analýzy maximálne 150 kg vzorky (zrna, častí rastlín),
- v prípade analýzy vzoriek GM kukurice v laboratóriu podať Ohlásenie na začatie činnosti podľa §12 zákona č. 151/2002 v znení neskorších predpisov na MŽP SR,
- monitorovať výskyt výdrolu kukuričných zŕn počas nasledujúceho roku po ukončení vegetačného obdobia a predložiť na ministerstvo záznam o výsledku monitorovania. Počas tohto roku platí zákaz pestovania kukurice ako následnej plodiny na tej istej ploche.,
- miesto zavádzania, spôsob zavádzania, plány kontroly zavádzania, monitorovacie plány, monitorovacie techniky, spracovanie odpadu a iné spôsoby nakladania s geneticky modifikovanou kukuricou MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 dodržiavať tak ako sú uvedené v žiadosti, evidovanej na MŽP SR pod číslom: 2618/2009-2.3-1-ZZP15, doručenej dňa 22. 01. 2009,
- spolupracovať so spoločnosťou MONSANTO SLOVAKIA, s. r. o., Bratislava pri zisťovaní zmien v zavádzaní geneticky modifikovaného hybridu kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 (MON-89Ø34-3 × DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 × MON-88Ø17-3 × DAS-59122-7) do životného prostredia alebo zmien od jeho predpokladaného priebehu a pri preverovaní dostatočnosti a úplnosti bezpečnostných opatrení v skúšobných lokalitách počas celého zavádzania a po ukončení pokusov v priebehu celého vegetačného obdobia nasledujúceho roku,
- informovať zamestnancov narábajúcich s geneticky modifikovanou kukuricou a jej osivom o povinnostiach uvedených v tomto rozhodnutí.

Toto rozhodnutie nenahrádza ďalšie súhlasy a konania potrebné podľa zákona.


O d ô v o d n e n i e:

Dňa 22. 01. 2009 podal ohlasovateľ Centrum výskumu rastlinnej výroby Piešťany, Bratislavská cesta 122, 921 68 Piešťany návrh na súhlas na prvé a každé ďalšie zavedenie geneticky modifikovaného hybrida kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 (MON-89Ø34-3 × DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 × MON-88Ø17-3 × DAS-59122-7) do životného prostredia v zmysle § 34 ods. 1 zákona. Svoj návrh opieral o ustanovenie § 17 ods. 1 písm. a/ zákona.
Ministerstvo preskúmalo žiadosť používateľa na zavedenie geneticky modifikovaného hybrida kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 do životného prostredia a doklady, ktoré ohlasovateľ predložil a to najmä údaje o geneticky modifikovanej rastline, o vyšších rastlinách darcu a príjemcu, o genetickej zmene rastliny, o možnom dopade na životné prostredie, ľudské zdravie a zdravie zvierat, o mieste zavádzania a o zavádzaní, o plánoch kontroly zavádzania, monitorovacích plánoch a technikách, stave po zavedení, o spracovaní odpadu, o výsledkoch z predchádzajúcich ohlásení, súhrnný ohlasovací informačný formát, havarijný plán, posudok z posudzovania rizika, plán katastrálneho územia s vyznačením miesta zavádzania v Borovciach, Špačinciach, Gabčíkove, Sokolciach, Tekovských Lužanoch a Vígľaši - Pstruši.
Na základe uvedených skutočností a kladného stanoviska Komisie pre biologickú bezpečnosť zo dňa 2. 4. 2009, ministerstvo vyhodnotilo podmienky na vydanie súhlasu na prvé a každé ďalšie zavedenie geneticky modifikovaného hybrida kukurice MON 89034 x 1507 x MON 88017 x 59122 (MON-89Ø34-3 × DAS-Ø15Ø7-1 × MON-88Ø17-3 × DAS-59122-7) ako splnené.

Poučenie: Proti tomuto rozhodnutiu možno podľa § 61 zákona č. 71/1967 Zb. o správnom konaní v znení neskorších predpisov podať do 15 dní odo dňa jeho doručenia rozklad na Ministerstvo životného prostredia Slovenskej republiky, Námestie Ľudovíta Štúra 1, 812 35 Bratislava. Rozhodnutie je súdne preskúmateľné.



Ing. Igor Ferenčík
riaditeľ odboru
biologickej bezpečnosti


Doručí sa:
Centrum výskumu rastlinnej výroby Piešťany, Bratislavská cesta 122, 921 68 Piešťany

Na vedomie:
1. SIŽP, Ústrediu inšpekcie biologickej bezpečnosti, Karloveská 2, Bratislava
2. MONSANTO SLOVAKIA, s. r. o., Kukuričná 1, 831 03 Bratislava