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CSGA· Preserving the Benefits of Innovation Adoption of Additional Certification Requirements, known as ACRs,  means more growers will benefit from the seed certification system and the latest innovations in variety development. Canada is respe…

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NATIONAL CARINATA PROGRAM GETS PATENT UPDATEAgrisoma Biosciences Inc. announced a technical and patent update on its development program for Resonance Carinata. Specifically, Agrisoma has applied its high efficiency double-haploid technology to creat…

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Canadian Seed Growers’ Association and Canadian Seed Trade Association Achievement Awards CSGA Award Winners Robertson Associate Awards Rodney AltwasserAfter returning home in 1968 to the family farm near Yellow Grass, Saskatchewan, Altwasswer …

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Questions and Answers Three months into 2014, and the alternative service delivery of seed crop inspection is officially a reality. The Canadian Food Inspection Agency has been busy licensing private seed crop inspection providers. While the full tra…

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New Responsibilities for Seed Growers Beginning in 2014 The Canadian Seed Growers’ Association offers their tips for success moving forward with ASD. “Going into 2014, the world will change for seed growers and this will impact your responsibilit…

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CSGA· CSGA Moving to Electronic Business Processes The Canadian Seed Growers’ Association has certified the world’s largest acreage of seed crops since 1904. Annually, CSGA processes 16,000 to 18,000 fields, certifying approximately 2,000 variet…