As used in OAR 603-051-1050 to 603-051-1054, unless the context
means the Oregon Department of Agriculture.
(2) "Allium" refers to
Allium cepa, Allium sativum, Allium fistulous and
Allium ampeloprasum for the purposes of this
"Allium seed" refers to cloves and bulbs and the plants that
form them. The seed harvested from such plantings are intended for use as
vegetative seed for either future seed crops or for commercial plantings. Also
included are any Allium plants grown from true seed to be
harvested for vegetative bulbs and or cloves to be used as vegetative
(4) "White rot" refers to the
Allium disease incited by the fungal pathogen
(5) "Sclerotia" means the reproductive
propagules of Sclerotium cepivorum.
(6) "Infested" means soil, fields, seedlots,
boxes or equipment contaminated with sclerotia.
(7) "Infected" means Allium
plants in which the pathogen is actively growing and decaying roots, cloves or
(8) "Field unit" means a
planting of Allium separated from other
Allium plantings by at least 20 feet. Certifiable field units
may be planted from identical seed sources. Field units are certifiable only if
planted with certified seed.
"Certified seed" means seed that has been officially inspected and found to be
free of white rot.