Phytosanitary registration number of plant passport can now be sent digitally06 February 2019
The plant passport has been mandatory for growers and for the trade since 14 December 2019. This passport must have a phytosanitary registration number. You can send this to your customers digitally via the Electronic Delivery Form (EAB).
From 14 December 2019, all plants must have a plant passport. This passport must be physically attached per minimum sales unit, for example per tray or per box. The passport also has to meet several new requirements, such as having a unique phytosanitary registration number. This is also called the Naktuinbouw (Netherlands Horticulture Inspection Service) number.
You can send your new phytosanitary registration number for your lots digitally for the convenience of your customers. You can send it digitally with the EAB for both clock sales and direct sales.
The registration number is sent on to the customer via the Electronic Clock Transaction and the DESADV for direct trade. This makes it easier to check and guarantee the plant passports. In addition, it will improve the traceability of products in the chain, which is a customer wish.
Your own software supplier
If you want to know where to enter the phytosanitary registration number in your EAB software, please contact your own software supplier.
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