A forbidden fruit is anything that contains the forbidden chemical, such as cannabis.
A plant that is not allowed to grow and is found in a different part of the country, such is a banana.
But the term is often used loosely, and is often interpreted to include any fruit or vegetable, even if the term was not specifically defined in the law.
It is not limited to a particular country.
Here’s a guide to what’s banned.
What is a banned fruit?
An illegal fruit can be fruit, plant or vegetable.
An illegal crop is a crop that is grown in a place that is considered a prohibited area.
In some countries, such areas include forests, and in others, such places include agricultural land.
If a forbidden crop is found on an agricultural land, it is also considered a crop forbidden to be grown.
What does that mean?
It means that a crop is considered to be a forbidden one if it contains a chemical, and if the plant has a chemical compound which has been banned by the law, such plant cannot be grown or sold.
The prohibited plant or crop is then referred to as a prohibited crop.
The law prohibits the planting, harvesting, planting, or cultivation of crops that contain an intoxicating compound, or any other drug, or if they are produced in a manner that causes damage to health.
What do I need to do to stop a prohibited fruit from growing on my land?
If you want to grow or sell prohibited fruit on your land, you need to register the plant or plant part in your farming licence, or you can apply for a permission from your local council to do so.
If the council decides that you are violating the law and you cannot legally grow the crop, you can lose your farm licence and lose your ability to sell your crops.
What if my neighbour grows a forbidden plant?
The council must issue a warning to your neighbour, stating that they have grown a prohibited plant, and they must take immediate steps to stop the growth.
The council may also issue a penalty notice to your neighbours, including a fine.
It can be up to a year before the council issues a penalty.
How do I know if a prohibited food is forbidden?
The law requires that all prohibited plants and crops must be labelled with the name of the prohibited crop and its chemical compound.
However, there are some exceptions.
In certain cases, such products can be labelled as prohibited if the name is clearly visible, such the name on a package of food.
For example, some products such as tomatoes are labelled with “no tomato”, meaning they are not grown in the UK.
This may be useful if you want a product which contains the banned compound to be sold to someone else, but you don’t want the other person to know that it contains the prohibited substance.
What happens if my local council issues an order for a prohibited product to be banned?
If the local council makes an order, it must be registered by the council.
The order must also be published in the local newspaper.
The information must be signed by the local authority and includes the names of the council members and the council, as well as the date and time of the order.
The publication must be kept for a period of 12 months.
You can find the full details of the registration process here.
The local council will then review the order and decide if it is in accordance with the law by a process known as a ‘fact finding’.
What happens next?
You will need to send a written notice to the local government stating the reason for the order, and the name and address of the local authorities responsible.
The notice must be accompanied by a copy of the notice and the registration.
If you do not have an address or do not think your local authority can provide an address, you should contact the council and ask to speak to a member of staff to help you find the appropriate council.
Your local council may request that the information be sent to them by post or courier.
If your order is rejected, you will need a new order.
What can you do if I find a banned crop growing on or near my property?
You can contact the local police to report the illegal crop, but if your crop is not found, you may also ask the local farmer to remove the plant, if possible.
You will then need to get permission from the local planning authority.
This can be done online or by mail, or in person.
How will the council monitor the banned crop?
The local planning authorities will monitor the situation and decide what action is necessary.
This includes how far away the crop is and what it can be used for.
For more information about banned crops and their control measures, check out the Government’s guidance for the sale of fruit and vegetables.
What else can I do?
If your local authorities decide that your crops should be banned, you must comply with the order or face fines of up to £150.
The food and drink you sell and eat may also be banned.
If it’s not illegal to grow a prohibited seed or plant, you