This is required on the full plant passport, or on the accompanying document of the split plant passport. Any sensible measure of quantity should be acceptable. Where a full plant passport is used, the quantity should refer to the quantity covered by that plant passport. Take for example, a consignment comprising twenty boxes each containing 1000 cuttings. If each box has a full passport, the passport should refer to the quantity of cuttings in one box, not the quantity in the whole consignment, i.e. '1000 cuttings'. If the consignment is covered by a split passport, the accompanying document should refer to the total quantity of cuttings in the consignment, and the number of boxes or other units covered by individual plant passport labels: in this example '20,000 cuttings in 20 boxes'.