What's happening in Seed Certification
During the winter, Seed Certification has added new staff members!
New Office Staff:
Heather Pedersen has spent the last 10 years as an office manager in the employment and staffing industry. She is currently working towards her Bachelors of Science in Natural Resources at OSU. Heather spent her early years in Nebraska, and moved to Oregon when she was 14.
Heather will be helping in the front office with tag printing, phone calls, and other general office work.
New Seed Certification Specialists:
Mary Beuthin previously worked at the Corvallis Plant Material Center for USDA-NRCS. She graduated in 2006 from LBCC with a degree in technical writing, and from OSU in 2010 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Natural Resources. Mary grew up in Southern Idaho and has lived in the Corvallis area for over 10 years now.
Andy Altishin came to OSCS from Mallard Creek Golf Course, where he was an Assistant Superintendent. He graduated from OSU in 2006 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Horticulture. Andy grew up in the Corvallis area, and is happy to be part of the OSCS team.
Mary and Andy will be in training for the first few months, and will be assigned specific areas and duties along the way.
Click here to register for eCertification.
2013 Handbook Changes (pdf)
Variety Fluorescence Levels as of March, 2013 (pdf)
Online seedling application instructions: A How-To Booklet (pdf)
Online crop signups: A Primer (pdf)
What's my TRS?: Answers to common TRS questions
Mapping options: When submitting field applications, you must provide a map. For options and instructions, see the mapping page.
Oregon quadrant: Confused about what OSCS means when they ask for your Oregon quadrant? Help is here! (pdf)