What's going on in Seed Certification
Helicopter inspections for most grass species should be wrapping up soon. If you don't get your crop inspection report by mid June, you should check on the status by calling our main office.
What to do if you get a Rejection Subject to Reinspection notice (RSR)
- Complete the actions listed on the notice. The most common are isolation issues, or prohibited weeds that need to be removed.
- Mail in a copy of the Rejection Subject to Reinspection notice to our office, including a check for payment. *Note that RSR fees have increased this year to $35.
- Make sure it is postmarked prior to the date at the bottom of the letter, or you will incur a late charge and the new fee will be $60.
- MOST IMPORTANTLY - if you think you are going to harvest before the inspector receives your paid reinspection request, CALL the main office to talk to an inspector. Many inspectors start to travel this time of year, so it is important to call the office so they can re-direct you to someone who will be able to help you.
NEW! See Seed Certifications new Fee and Deadlines list here.
Due to very sad circumstances, inspector areas have changed. Please see the updated staff page if you have questions regarding who does inspections in your area.
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