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Vitalis Catalogue Nordic Baltic 2022

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Various Crops Cabbage (Brassica oleracea) Kohlrabi Vikora F1 Comments For open field, all season. Bulb and Root Vegetables Leek (Allium ampeloprasum) Chinook F1 Early summer variety offering long shank and fast growth. Comanche F1 Summer/ autumn variety with long shank and very upright growth. Cherokee F1 Very upright autumn variety. Healthy and nice blue-green colour. Oslo F1 Autumn variety with good dark colour and very upright growth. Oslo is strong against pests and diseases, offering a high, quality yield. Easy to clean. Fennel (Foeniculum vulgare) Preludio F1 Hybrid fennel with nice round uniform bulb. Red Beet (Beta vulgaris) Alvro Mono Early, monogerm beetroot for bunching. Radish Celesta F1 Bright red uniform bulbs, strong on cracking. Upright growth habit. Estella F1 Round red radish for open field. Strong foliage with fine tap root. Herbs For our organic herb seed, please contact your local Vitalis dealer.

General Terms and Conditions of Sale (Vitalis ref. no. EX2015) Article 1 - Definitions 1. Buyer shall mean the natural person or legal entity entering into a contract of sale with Vitalis for the purchase of Products. 2. Vitalis shall mean Vitalis Biologische Zaden B.V. having its registered office in (7383 RG) at Hengelderweg 6, Voorst and registered at the Chamber of Commerce. 3. Vitalis and Buyer hereinafter together referred to as the Parties and individually as Party. 4. Incoterms shall mean the Incoterms published by the International Chamber of Commerce in Paris (ICC) and currently in use. 5. Intellectual Property Rights shall mean all current and future intellectual property rights, including but not limited to plant breeder’s rights, utility patent rights, patent rights, design rights, copyrights, trade secrets, trademarks and service marks and/or any other rights, throughout the world. 6. Naktuinbouw shall mean the Netherlands Inspection Service for Horticulture having its registered office at Sotaweg 22, Postbus 40, 2370 AA Roelofarendsveen, The Netherlands. 7. Order Confirmation shall mean the written confirmation of acceptance by Vitalis of the Purchase Order, by means of letter, email or packing note. 8. Offer shall mean particular terms applicable to a specific sale proposed by Vitalis to the Buyer. 9. Plant Material shall mean all plants and crops, produced or cultivated out of the Products, and destined for human (and animal) consumption. 10. Products shall mean seeds and planting material delivered by Vitalis to the Buyer. 11. Processing shall mean the treatment of the Product including but not limited to the treatment for the improvement of the sowability, germination, plant quality and the prevention of pests and/or diseases. 12. Price List shall mean an overview of the selling prices of Products that Vitalis publishes and distributes from time to time. 13. Purchase Order shall mean an instruction for the purchase of Products placed by Buyer. 14. Resistance Terminology shall mean the information and terminology provided in the Schedule. 15. Schedule shall mean the annex to the Agreement and to these General Terms and Conditions of Sale. 16. Product Specifications shall mean the information published on the Vitalis websites and pages. Article 2 - Applicability of These General Terms and Conditions 1. These General Terms and Conditions of Sale, including the Schedule, shall apply to and be part of all Order Confirmations and Offers from Vitalis to the Buyer relating to Products and are together hereinafter referred to as the “Agreement”, unless expressly provided otherwise in the Agreement. 2. The applicability of the Buyer’s general (purchase) terms and conditions is herewith explicitly excluded. 3. Vitalis reserves, under its sole discretion, the right to change these Terms and Conditions of Sale from time to time. A new version of The Terms and Conditions of Sale will be applicable and govern the purchase(s) from the time on which Vitalis informed the Buyer of the new version, provided that purchases that are already concluded, will be in accordance with the earlier existing version of The Terms and Conditions of Sale. 4. Any provision of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale that is ruled to be null, void or invalid by a final court judgment or administrative order and is no longer open to appeal, shall be replaced by a provision that approximates as much as possible the purpose and intent of the invalid provision. The invalidity of one of the provisions shall not affect the other provisions agreed by the Parties. 5. A person who is not a party to the Agreement shall not have any rights to enforce its terms or conditions. Article 3 - Purchase Order and Order Confirmation 1. Vitalis agrees to sell Products to the Buyer at the rates set forth in Vitalis’s Price List or as determined in an Offer. 2. Any Offer made by Vitalis is non-binding and will lapse in any case after five working days, or any other specified time stated by Vitalis. 3. An Agreement shall enter into force between Vitalis and the Buyer upon Order Confirmation or upon acceptance of an Offer. No rights or obligations shall therefore arise between the Parties until the Order Confirmation has been sent or an Offer has been accepted. 4. All Purchase Orders are subject to the usual harvest and processing reservations. In the event of aforementioned reservations, Vitalis is not obliged to deliver but will endeavor to deliver pro-rata quantities and/or comparable alternatives, and Buyer shall not be entitled to any compensation of damages or costs. 5. Vitalis shall use its reasonable endeavors to perform according to the Purchase Order. Nevertheless, Vitalis shall at least be entitled to deviate from the Purchase Order placed by the Buyer with respect to size, packaging, quantity or weight. 6. When placing a Purchase Order, the Buyer shall report which information, specifications and documents are required under the rules and regulations of the country of delivery. The Buyer shall be responsible to inform Vitalis of any formalities that must be complied with to enable import. The Buyer shall also provide Vitalis with information on any required certificates, phytosanitary matters, import documents or invoices. 7. Vitalis is not liable for delays or non-handling of a Purchase Order resulting from or in connection with the Buyer’s failure to comply with any of its obligations under Article 3. The Buyer shall be liable for any loss or damage incurred by Vitalis resulting from or in connection with such failure. Article 4 - Prices 1. All prices stated by Vitalis in its Price List and/or in an Offer are in Euro’s, exclusive of additional charges and costs, including but not limited to handling fees, transport and insurance costs, (quality) certificate costs, value added tax and charges for which Vitalis reserves its rights to invoice Buyer when applicable. 2. All stated prices in the Price List are subject to adjustment by Vitalis. Vitalis reserves the right to unilaterally change the prices. Any new prices will be communicated to the Buyer by Vitalis and substitute earlier listed and/or offered pricing. 3. For distinctive vegetable seed varieties, sold and purchased under specific conditions, an additional price - per square meter or any other quantitative unit - can be charged and included in the Agreement. This additional price will be valid for one single commercial production or cultivation of Plant Material, unless otherwise agreed upon between Parties. Article 5 - Cancellation If a Purchase Order is cancelled by the Buyer after an Agreement has been concluded, the Buyer is liable to pay a minimum of 10% of the price that Vitalis would have charged upon delivery, without limiting Vitalis’s right to demand compensation of its damage and costs in full. Article 6 - Shipping 1. Vitalis shall endeavor to ship the purchased Products to the Buyer in accordance with the shipping date mentioned in the Order Confirmation or acceptance of the Offer. 2. The shipping date agreed by the Parties is an indication only and should not be regarded as guaranteed. In the event of delay or failure to ship, the Buyer shall inform Vitalis in writing and shall - as its sole and exclusive remedy - allow Vitalis a further reasonable period of time to ship the Products. In no event shall Vitalis be liable for damage, penalty, loss, injury or expense, due to delay or failure in shipping and/or delivery nor shall Buyer be entitled to terminate the Agreement. 3. Shipping by Vitalis takes place “Carriage Paid To” (CPT, Incoterms) the agreed destination. The Buyer hereby authorizes Vitalis to select the carrier and to charge the cost of transport to the Buyer. The risk of loss of or damage to the Products, as well as any additional costs due to events occurring after the time the Products have been delivered to the carrier is transferred from the Vitalis to the Buyer when the Products have been delivered into the custody of the carrier. 4. When delivering in parts Vitalis will invoice each delivery separately. Article 7 - Payment 1. The Buyer shall arrange for payment in Euros within thirty (30) days from the date of invoice by transfer into a bank account specified by Vitalis. Any different payment term must be agreed upon between Parties in the Agreement. 2. The Buyer does not have the right to suspend payment or make deductions or set-offs. 3. The Buyer shall be automatically in default without any notice being required, when not timely meeting any payment term. 4. In case of payment in installments, the Buyer shall be in default without any notice being required in the event of any overdue installment and the remaining installments shall become immediately due. 5. Interest at a rate of one percent per calendar month shall be charged to overdue accounts. Vitalis reserves the right to adjust interest rates having notified the Buyer thereof in due time. 6. Vitalis has the right to proceed with extrajudicial collection of overdue accounts without prior notice being required. The Buyer shall pay all costs of extrajudicial collection amounting to at least 15% of the overdue sum payable at a minimum rate of EUR 250 ex VAT. 7. Payments made by the Buyer shall first serve to reduce the extrajudicial costs of collection due at that point, subsequently the outstanding interest and then the outstanding invoices in date order starting with the oldest invoice. 8. Vitalis reserves the right to suspend performance under any Agreement with the Buyer, including but not limited to withholding all deliveries, until such time as all and any outstanding payments owed by the Buyer to Vitalis under any Agreement have been made. Article 8 - Complaints 1. The Buyer shall inspect the Products upon delivery or as soon as possible thereafter. The Buyer shall determine, in accordance with the Agreement, whether: - the correct items have been delivered; - the correct quantities have been delivered; - the items delivered satisfy all quality requirements expressly agreed to in writing by the Parties. 2. The Buyer shall notify Vitalis in writing within five working days after delivery of any visible defect or deficiency. In case of non-visible defects, the written notification must be given within five working days after discovery of the defect. 3. The written notice shall provide the consignment information (seed lot number, the packing slip and the invoice details), the basis for any complaint as well as any supporting evidence (photo’s, expert statements etc.) in such a manner that Vitalis or a third party expert can verify the complaint. The Buyer shall maintain records of the use and status of the Products and/or Plant Material. Vitalis is entitled to and the Buyer will unconditionally cooperate at its expense with any inspection, testing or other verification by Vitalis of the Products and/or Plant Material involved. 4. In no event shall the Buyer return the Products unless otherwise agreed by Vitalis in writing. 5. In the event that Vitalis does not receive written notice of a complaint within the applicable time periods, the Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted the Products. All claims for damage or loss not made in writing within the applicable time period shall be deemed waived by the Buyer and the Buyer expressly assumes and accepts all liability for such damage or loss. 6. In the event that the Parties are unable to resolve a dispute regarding the quality of the Products and/or Plant Material, either Party may order an inspection to be performed by Naktuinbouw, with the Party proven to be wrong paying the cost of the inspection. The inspection shall be performed on a certified sample and the findings shall be binding on both Parties, without prejudice to their right to submit disputes concerning the consequences of these findings in accordance with Article 17. 7. The Buyer’s exclusive remedy and Vitalis’s sole liability under this Article 8 is set out by Article 12, below. Article 9 - Reservation of Title 1. Vitalis shall retain title to the Products until the Buyer has complied with all its obligations towards Vitalis including but not limited to payment of invoices, contractual interest and extrajudicial costs of collection. 2. The Buyer may use the Products delivered by Vitalis in the ordinary course of business but may not pledge them or the Plant Material to third parties or otherwise use them as security for claims without Vitalis’s prior written consent. 3. In the event that the laws of the country where the Products are delivered provide for farther-reaching possibilities to reserve title other than those contained in this Article, such possibilities shall be deemed to have been agreed by the Parties because the Buyer will be aware from these General Terms and Conditions of Sale that Vitalis’s reservation of title in the Products and/or Plant Material is a condition precedent to entering into an Agreement with the Buyer. 4. At the first request of Vitalis, the Buyer shall pledge all the Products and/or Plant Material and all proceeds there from to Vitalis or create any other security satisfactory to Vitalis. Article 10 - Force majeure 1. In the event of force majeure and without judicial intervention being required, Vitalis shall be able to wholly or partially suspend execution of the Agreement or, if the event of force majeure persists, to wholly or partially terminate it. In no event shall Vitalis be liable or required to pay any compensation to the Buyer in relation to such suspension or termination. 2. Force majeure means: any circumstance that could not be reasonably foreseen and/ or influenced by Vitalis and as a result of which delivery of all or any of the Products is not reasonably possible or cannot reasonably be required. Force majeure includes but is not limited to war, risk of war, riots, floods, water damage, fire, transport difficulties, unforeseen technical complications, breakdowns, strikes at Vitalis or at any third party engaged by Vitalis, blockades, bans on import or export, full or partial seizure or requisition of stocks at Vitalis, any of its subsidiaries or suppliers by civil or military authorities, lack of transport capacity, non-delivery or late delivery by suppliers of Vitalis, machine breakdowns, destruction and other stagnations in the companies of Vitalis, any of its subsidiaries or suppliers as well as scarcity as a result of which delivery of all or any of the Products is not reasonably possible or cannot reasonably required. 3. Force majeure also means any circumstance that gives reason to rely on the harvesting and processing reservations usual in the seed industry. Such circumstances entitle Vitalis to deliver to the Buyer a pro rata volume of the order, without prejudice to any other rights of Vitalis under this Article.

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