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|Section II - Chapter 12|
|Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits; Miscellaneous Grains, Seeds and Fruit; Industrial or Medicinal Plants; Straw and Fodder|
|1.||Heading 1207 applies, inter alia, to palm nuts and kernels, cotton seeds, castor oil seeds, sesame seeds, mustard seeds, safflower seeds, poppy seeds and shea nuts (karite nuts). It does not apply to products of heading 0801 or 0802 or to olives (chapter 7 or chapter 20).|
|2.||Heading 1208 applies not only to non-defatted flours and meals but also to flours and meals which have been partially defatted or defatted and wholly or partially refatted with their original oils. It does not, however, apply to residues of headings 2304 to 2306.|
For the purposes of heading 1209, beet seeds, grass and other herbage seeds, seeds of ornamental flowers, vegetable seeds, seeds of forest trees, seeds of fruit trees, seeds of vetches (other than those of the species Vicia faba) or of lupines are to be re
garded as "seeds of a kind used for sowing". |
Heading 1209 does not, however, apply to the following even if for sowing:
Heading 1209 does not, however, apply to the following even if for sowing:
|(a).||Leguminous vegetables or sweet corn (chapter 7);|
|(b).||Spices or other products of chapter 9;|
|(c).||Cereals (chapter 10); or|
|(d).||Products of headings 1201 to 1207 or of heading 1211.|
|4.||Heading 1211 applies, inter alia, to the following plants or parts thereof: basil, borage, ginseng, hyssop, licorice, all species of mint, rosemary, rue, sage and wormwood. |
1211 does not, however, apply to:
|(a).||Medicaments of chapter 30;|
|(b).||Perfumery, cosmetic, or toilet preparations of chapter 33; or|
|(c).||Insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, disinfectants or similar products of heading 3808.|
|5.||For the purposes of heading 1212, the term "seaweeds and other algae" does not include:|
|(a).||Dead single-cell microorganisms of heading 2102;|
|(b).||Cultures of microorganisms of heading 3002; or|
|(c).||Fertilizers of heading 3101 or 3105.|
|1.||For the purpose of subheading 1205.10, the expression low erucic acid or colza seeds means rape of colza seeds yielding a fixed oil which has an erucic acid content of less than 2 percent by weight and yielding a solid component which contains less than 30 micromoles of glucosinolates per gram.|
|1.||Certain plants or parts of plants (including seeds or fruits) of heading 1211 may be put up as herbal infusions or herbal "teas". Such products consisting of plants or parts of plants of a single species, not mixed with other substances remain classified in this heading. Heading 1211 does not, however, apply to herbal "teas" or herbal infusions of heading 2106.|
|Schedule B No. and Headings||Commodity Description||Unit of Quantity||Second Quantity|
|12||Oil Seeds and Oleaginous Fruits; Miscellaneous Grains, Seeds and Fruit; Industrial or Medicinal Plants; Straw and Fodder|
|12.01||- Soybeans, whether or not broken:|
|1201.10||- - Seed:|
|1201.10.0010||- - - Seeds of a kind used for sowing||kg|
|1201.10.0090||- - - Seeds of a kind used as oil stock||kg|
|1201.90.0000||- - Other||t|
|12.02||- Peanuts (ground-nuts), not roasted or otherwise cooked, whether or not shelled or broken:|
|1202.30.0000||- - Seed||kg|
|- - Other:|
|1202.41.0000||- - - In shell||kg|
|1202.42||- - - Shelled, whether or not broken:|
|1202.42.0020||- - - - For use as oil stock||kg|
|1202.42.0040||- - - - Other||kg|
|1204.00.0000||- Flaxseed (linseed), whether or not broken||kg|
|12.05||- Rape or colza seeds, whether or not broken:|
|1205.10.0000||- - Low erucic acid rape or colza seeds||kg|
|1205.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|12.06||- Sunflower seeds, whether or not broken:|
|1206.00.0020||- - For use as oil stock||kg|
|- - For sowing:|
|1206.00.0035||- - - For oil stock||kg|
|1206.00.0040||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Other:|
|- - - For human use:|
|1206.00.0061||- - - - In-shell||kg|
|1206.00.0069||- - - - Other||kg|
|1206.00.0090||- - - Other||kg|
|12.07||- Other oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, whether or not broken:|
|1207.10.0000||- - Palm nuts and kernels||kg|
|- - Cotton seeds:|
|1207.21.0000||- - - Seeds||kg|
|1207.29.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|1207.30.0000||- - Castor oil seeds||kg|
|1207.40.0000||- - Sesame seeds||kg|
|1207.50.0000||- - Mustard seeds||kg|
|1207.60.0000||- - Safflower (Carthamus tinctorius) seeds||kg|
|1207.70.0000||- - Melon seeds||kg|
|- - Other:|
|1207.91.0000||- - - Poppy seeds||kg|
|1207.99||- - - Other:|
|1207.99.0310||- - - - Niger seed||kg|
|1207.99.0392||- - - - Other||kg|
|12.08||- Flours and meals of oil seeds or oleaginous fruits, other than those of mustard:|
|1208.10.0000||- - Of soybeans||kg|
|1208.90.0000||- - Other||kg|
|12.09||- Seeds, fruit and spores, of a kind used for sowing:|
|1209.10.0000||- - Sugar beet seeds||kg|
|- - Seeds of forage plants:|
|1209.21||- - - Alfalfa (lucerne) seeds:|
|1209.21.0020||- - - - Certified||kg|
|1209.21.0040||- - - - Other||kg|
|1209.22||- - - Clover (Trifolium spp.) seeds:|
|1209.22.2000||- - - - White and ladino||kg|
|1209.22.4030||- - - - Crimson||kg|
|- - - - Red:|
|1209.22.4041||- - - - - Double cut||kg|
|1209.22.4049||- - - - - Other||kg|
|1209.22.4096||- - - - Other||kg|
|1209.23||- - - Fescue seeds:|
|1209.23.0020||- - - - Tall||kg|
|1209.23.0030||- - - - Creeping red||kg|
|1209.23.0060||- - - - Meadow||kg|
|1209.23.0090||- - - - Other||kg|
|1209.24.0000||- - - Kentucky blue grass (Poa pratensis L.) seeds||kg|
|1209.25||- - - Rye grass (Lolium multiflorium Lam., Lolium perenne L.) seeds:|
|1209.25.0020||- - - - Annual||kg|
|1209.25.0040||- - - - Perennial||kg|
|1209.29||- - - Other:|
|1209.29.1000||- - - - Beet||kg|
|1209.29.9120||- - - - Bent grass (genus Agrostis)||kg|
|- - - - Bermuda grass:|
|1209.29.9125||- - - - - Husked||kg|
|1209.29.9126||- - - - - Other||kg|
|1209.29.9130||- - - - Birdsfoot trefoil||kg|
|1209.29.9140||- - - - Orchard grass||kg|
|1209.29.9150||- - - - Sorghum-sudan grass||kg|
|1209.29.9160||- - - - Sudan grass||kg|
|1209.29.9170||- - - - Wheatgrass||kg|
|1209.29.9175||- - - - Other grass||kg|
|1209.29.9196||- - - - Other||kg|
|1209.30||- - Seeds of herbaceous plants cultivated principally for their flowers:|
|1209.30.0010||- - - Petunia||kg|
|1209.30.0020||- - - Pansy||kg|
|1209.30.0080||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Other:|
|1209.91||- - - Vegetable seeds:|
|1209.91.1000||- - - - Cauliflower||kg|
|1209.91.2000||- - - - Celery||kg|
|1209.91.4000||- - - - Onion||kg|
|1209.91.5000||- - - - Parsley||kg|
|- - - - Pepper:|
|1209.91.6010||- - - - - Sweet||kg|
|1209.91.6090||- - - - - Other||kg|
|1209.91.8005||- - - - Broccoli||kg|
|- - - - Cabbage:|
|1209.91.8008||- - - - - Green cabbage||kg|
|1209.91.8009||- - - - - Other||kg|
|1209.91.8010||- - - - Carrot||kg|
|1209.91.8020||- - - - Radish||kg|
|1209.91.8030||- - - - Spinach||kg|
|1209.91.8040||- - - - Cucumber||kg|
|1209.91.8045||- - - - Kale||kg|
|1209.91.8047||- - - - Kohlrabi||kg|
|1209.91.8050||- - - - Lettuce||kg|
|1209.91.8054||- - - - Parsnip||kg|
|1209.91.8055||- - - - Pumpkin||kg|
|1209.91.8060||- - - - Squash||kg|
|1209.91.8070||- - - - Tomato||kg|
|1209.91.8074||- - - - Turnip||kg|
|1209.91.8090||- - - - Other||kg|
|1209.99||- - - Other:|
|1209.99.2000||- - - - Tree and shrub||kg|
|1209.99.4020||- - - - Cantaloupe||kg|
|1209.99.4040||- - - - Watermelon||kg|
|1209.99.4070||- - - - Tobacco||kg|
|1209.99.4075||- - - - Other melons||kg|
|1209.99.4090||- - - - Other||kg|
|12.10||- Hop cones, fresh or dried, whether or not ground, powdered or in the form of pellets; lupulin:|
|1210.10.0000||- - Hop cones, neither ground nor powdered nor in the form of pellets||kg|
|1210.20||- - Hop cones, ground, powdered or in the form of pellets; lupulin:|
|1210.20.0020||- - - Hop cone pellets||kg|
|1210.20.0040||- - - Other||kg|
|12.11||- Plants and parts of plants (including seeds and fruits), of a kind used primarily in perfumery, in pharmacy or for insecticidal, fungicidal or similar purposes, fresh or dried, whether or not cut, crushed or powdered:|
|1211.20||- - Ginseng roots:|
|1211.20.0020||- - - Cultivated||kg|
|1211.20.0040||- - - Wild||kg|
|1211.30.0000||- - Coca leaf||kg|
|1211.40.0000||- - Poppy straw||kg|
|1211.90||- - Other fresh or dried:|
|1211.90.9125||- - - Substances having anesthetic, prophylactic or therapeutic properties and principally used as medicaments or as ingredients in medicaments||kg|
|1211.90.9180||- - - Herbal teas or herbal infusions (single species, unmixed)||kg|
|1211.90.9195||- - - Other||kg|
|12.12||- Locust beans, seaweeds and other algae, sugar beet and sugar cane, fresh, chilled, frozen or dried, whether or not ground; fruit stones and kernels and other vegetable products (including unroasted chicory roots of the variety Cichorium intybus sativum)|
|- - Seaweeds and other algae:|
|1212.21.0000||- - - Fit for human consumption||kg|
|1212.29.0000||- - - Other||kg|
|- - Other:|
|1212.91.0000||- - - Sugar beet||t|
|1212.92.0000||- - - Locust beans (carob)||kg|
|1212.93.0000||- - - Sugar cane||t|
|1212.94.0000||- - - Chicory roots||kg|
|1212.99||- - - Other:|
|- - - - Apricot, peach (including nectarine) or plum stones and kernels:|
|1212.99.2000||- - - - - Nectarine||kg|
|1212.99.3000||- - - - - Other||kg|
|1212.99.9200||- - - - Other||kg|
|1213.00.0000||- Cereal straw and husks, unprepared, whether or not chopped, ground, pressed, or in the form of pellets||t|
|12.14||- Rutabagas (swedes), mangolds, fodder roots, hay, alfalfa (lucerne), clover, sainfoin, forage kale, lupines, vetches and similar forage products, whether or not in the form of pellets:|
|1214.10||- - Alfalfa (lucerne) meal and pellets:|
|- - - Dehydrated:|
|1214.10.0010||- - - - Cubes||t|
|1214.10.0015||- - - - Other||t|
|- - - Other:|
|- - - - Sun-cured:|
|1214.10.0030||- - - - - Cubes||t|
|1214.10.0050||- - - - - Other||t|
|1214.10.0060||- - - - Other||t|
|1214.90||- - Other:|
|- - - Hay:|
|1214.90.0010||- - - - Alfalfa, whether or not doubled compressed||t|
|1214.90.0015||- - - - Other||t|
|1214.90.0040||- - - Other||t|