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  • application and are also provided here as a separate document As advised in the form please use the Submit by e mail gray bar to submit your application s to AOSCA Please contact the AOSCA office if you have any questions or need assistance AOSCA VRB Frequently Asked Questions FAQs Please submit all applications to nvrb aosca org and not an individual staff member s email address 2016 Sunflower Application

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  • de calidad proporcionan las evaluaciones y servicios de inspección para las semillas comercializadas de variedades de híbridos o de mezclas que no utilizan los procesos tradicionales de certificación Todas las semillas que cumplen con los requisitos del programa pueden recibir la etiqueta verde de QA Control de Calidad lo que le asegura al consumidor final que el producto tiene una calidad y pureza reconocida y confirmada por una agencia independiente Muchas agencias tambien proporcionan servicios específicos al cliente entre los cuales se incluyen las inspecciones de campo los registros independientes de control de documentos las inspecciones por enfermedades inspecciones por presencia de insectos y la certificación de semillas de forrajeras y de cultivos de cobertura libres de malezas indeseables Los análisis de laboratorio incluyen las evaluaciones de pureza física la pureza genética la germinación la viabilidad y los componentes de calidad Las agencias de la AOSCA ofrecen una amplia gama de pruebas especializadas incluyendo electroforesis la tolerancia a herbicidas la resistencia a enfermedades y el análisis cualitativo para productos destinados a la alimentación humana o animal Todos los laboratorios mantienen estandares rigurosos de control de calidad y siguen las pautas oficiales en todas las pruebas Manteniendo la pureza genética La certificación del producto Preservando la Identidad IP Preservando la Identidad llevan al programa de QA un paso más adelante al verificar las características de un cultivo durante las inspecciones de campo el análisis de laboratorio el mantenimiento de registros las auditorías las inspecciones de los equipos usados en el procesamiento de semillas y los locales de almacenamiento Este sistema preserva la identidad del producto y asegura su condición adecuada para su uso especifico Los programas actuales de IP incluyen cereales sin OGM como también cultivos con características de valor agregado La marca de IP de la AOSCA le garantiza al

    Original URL path: http://aosca.org/Page/Espanol_Version.aspx?nt=83 (2016-04-25)
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  • the meeting block are available and may be made via this link You may call 888 416 6195 toll free for reservations Provide the group code CB1SCA to obtain the group rate Room rates begin at 158 night plus fees taxes The contracted rates will be offered through Wednesday May 25 2016 based on availability You are encouraged to make your reservations early as this is a very busy time of year for Park City MEETING REGISTRATION Utah Olympic Park Map Utah Olympic Park Activities Rates Many activities are available right at The Grand Summit Canyons including golfing biking hiking zip tours and gondola rides There are also many activities offered at the base of Park City Please utilize the Summer Activities link to the right for further information about all of options The meeting schedule is similar to past years and includes Sunday morning golf outing Sunday afternoon E P Session Sunday evening Welcome Reception Monday Tuesday Vested Member and Council opening sessions and committee meetings Tuesday afternoon lunch and off site activites at the Utah Olympic Park Tuesday evening Banquet Wednesday morning closing sessions and AOSCA Advisory Committee Meeting Please contact the AOSCA office if you have questions

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  • plant breeders and the seed industry Variety Review Boards started well over 50 years ago when AOSCA was known as the International Crop Improvement Association The Association developed the first eligibility requirements for varieties entering certification programs focusing on genetic purity novelty and sufficient data to support claims made by plant breeders for these new varieties The aim of review boards was to provide uniformity among certifying agencies as new varieties were developed and grown for certified seed Read on Additional Certification Requirements AOSCA has responded to advancements being made in the development of new traits by adopting the AOSCA Additional Certification Requirements ACR program Variety owners and developers now have the option of requiring additional testing to confirm the presence of non visual traits as part of the certification eligibility determination Read on Quality Assurance The purpose of AOSCA s Quality Assurance QA program is to provide a complete service for seed merchandised as varieties hybrids brands or blends that are generally not marketed as certified seed System guidelines are very similar to certification guidelines and enable the seed producer to market seed with the assurance to each customer that the seed is of known purity and quality as verified by an unbiased third party agency The program provides coordinated professional and unbiased field inspections and laboratory testing for quality control in seed in addition to an unbiased record system for use in meeting state and federal seed law requirements Seed buyers have confidence that the designated seed has met purity standards related to a known description across seed lots and years of production Identity Preserved Identity Preserved IP refers to the maintenance of a product s specific traits or characteristics through growing production and marketing channels The purpose of AOSCA s IP certification program is to assist in

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  • often requires specialized testing to confirm that the trait is present by using trait testing protocols and standards developed by the trait developer not AOSCA Confirmation of the presence of the trait may be important to both the seed supplier and the seed consumer but the expense and testing timelines of quantitative trait testing can be an impediment to getting seed to market for some crops The variety owner utilizing the ACR program specifies what test is to be used when it is administered and by whom as well as the standard to be met if the seed is to qualify for a class of Certified seed The ACR documents outline the process for requesting additional requirements on existing varieties or new developments or the additional requirement can also be identified in the variety description While non visual traits whether developed through conventional plant breeding techniques or genetic modification are the most obvious reasons for selecting an ACR they are not the only potential use of the program If a variety owner wants to require a more stringent land history a greater isolation distance or the verification of an input application during the growing season those would be possible with

    Original URL path: http://aosca.org/page/Additional_Certification_Requirements.aspx?NT= (2016-04-25)
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  • News Seed Links Alfalfa Legumes Corn Cotton Grass Small Grains Soybean Sunflower Español Version Calendar of Events Deadlines CALENDAR 2016 AOSCA Annual Meeting Jun 26 29 2016 Park City Utah 2017 AOSCA Annual Meeting Jun 11 14 2017 Cleveland Ohio DEADLINES Small Grains Variety Review Board Applications midnight July 5 2016 Soybean Variety Review Board Applications midnight July 6 2016 Grass VFL Variety Review Board Applications midnight August 1 2016

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  • National Manager with overall leadership responsibilities for a complex and multifaceted regulatory management agenda In this capacity and previously he worked closely with the CSGA and has an intimate knowledge of the critical role that the organization plays in the seed regulatory system Mike s familiarity with other important seed sector players including the Canadian Seed Institute CSI the Canadian Seed Trade Association CSTA the Commercial Seed Analysts Association of Canada CSAAC Crop Life Canada and the Canadian Plant Technology Association CPTA will be particularly helpful as CSGA engages with them under the Seed Synergy Banner to strengthen the seed sector s voice and role in the development of a Next Generation Seed Regulatory System We are very pleased to have Mike join the CSGA team He brings a credibility and expertise that is recognized in both government and industry says CSGA President Norm Lyster This hiring supports CSGA s commitment to building expertise in seed regulation It also supports the continued growth of our industry by ensuring that our growers and others including the CFIA continue to benefit from Mike s insight and advice These are exciting times to be engaged in the Canadian seed industry CFIA and CSGA s unique and long lasting public private partnership has brought untold value to Canadian agriculture over the past century and continues to provide value today Strengthening that relationship and CSGA s relations with other seed sector stakeholders is more important than ever and I look forward to the opportunity to be an advocate for positive change for the sector something I have always tried to do but soon from a different perspective says Scheffel Scheffel s hiring is welcome news for other national seed industry associations CPTA members are pleased that Mike Scheffel chose to continue his significant contribution to

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  • 2000 Kimball Avenue Manhattan KS 66502 3352 Telephone 785 532 6118 Fax 785 532 6551 E mail sfskcia kansas net Web www kscrop org KENTUCKY SEED IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Kenny Hunter Manager 3250 Iron Works Pike Lexington KY 40511 8470 Telephone 859 281 1029 Fax 859 253 3119 E mail khunter ksia gmail com or kyseed prodigy net Web www kyseed org LOUISIANA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND FORESTRY Lester Cannon Director Seed Certification Division 5825 Florida Blvd Suite 3004 Baton Rouge LA 70806 Telephone 225 925 4733 Fax 225 237 5659 Email lcannon ldaf state la us MAINE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY Eric Hitchcock Seed Certification Program Manager Division of Animal Plant Health 28 State House Station Augusta ME 04333 0028 Telephone 207 287 7574 Fax 207 287 7548 E mail eric hitchcock maine gov MARYLAND DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Turf and Seed Section Dale A Morris Agronomist 50 Harry S Truman Parkway Annapolis MD 21401 Telephone 410 841 5960 Fax 410 841 5969 E mail Dale Morris Maryland gov MICHIGAN CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Randel H Judd Manager PO Box 21008 Lansing MI 48909 1008 Shipping address 2901 West Jolly Road Okemos MI 48864 Telephone 517 332 3546 Fax 517 332 9301 E mail juddr michcrop com or info michcrop com Web www michcrop com MINNESOTA CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Fawad Shah President CEO 1900 Hendon Avenue St Paul MN 55108 Telephone 612 625 7766 1 800 510 6242 Fax 612 625 3748 E mail fawad shah mncia org Web www mncia org MISSISSIPPI CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Bennie C Keith Executive Secretary Rita Chriswell Office Manager PO Box MS 773 Stone Blvd Mississippi State MS 39762 5938 Telephone 662 325 3211 Fax 662 325 8135 E mail bkeith mcia msstate edu or rita mcia msstate edu Web www mcia msstate edu MISSOURI CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Richard Arnett Executive Director 3211 Lemone Industrial Boulevard Columbia MO 65201 8245 Telephone 573 449 0586 Fax 573 874 3193 E mail moseed aol com Web www moseed org MONTANA SEED GROWERS ASSOCIATION Heather Rimel Manager MSU Marsh Lab PO Box 173146 Bozeman MT 59717 3146 Telephone 406 994 7372 Fax 406 994 1725 E mail hrimel montana edu Web http www ag montana edu msga NEBRASKA CROP IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION Steven D Knox Secretary Manager PO Box 830911 267 Plant Sciences Hall Lincoln NE 68583 0911 Telephone 402 472 1444 Fax 402 472 8652 E mail sknox unl edu Web www necrop org NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Russell Wilhelm Seed Program Manager 405 South 21st Street Sparks NV 89431 Telephone 775 353 3711 E mail rwilhelm agri nv gov Web http agri nv gov NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Paul Kurtz Supervisor Division of Plant Industry Seed Certification and Control Box 330 Trenton NJ 08625 0330 Telephone 609 406 6939 Fax 609 406 6960 E mail paul kurtz ag state nj us NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY SEED CERTIFICATION Cary Hamilton Program Specialist PO Box 30003 MSC 3LEY Las Cruces NM 88003 8003 Telephone 575 646 4139

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