Special Forms & Guidelines
Committees and Publications
As of July 1, 2019, Oregon Seed Certification Service will be certifying approved varieties of industrial hemp. Interested? Review the hemp certification program requirements and guidelines. Signups for this crop are not available online; call our office to signup and request inspections. New clients to OSCS programs must create an account. *Please Note: participation in Oregon Seed Certification programs is voluntary and additional to any Oregon Department of Agriculture regulations and requirements. Contact ODA directly to ensure compliance with state law regarding industrial hemp production.
OSCS fees have been updated as of July 1, 2019. For a full listing of current fees, please visit Fees and Deadlines.
Certified crop inspections are underway statewide! Small grains, potatoes, corn, sunflowers, and beans are among the seed crops certified in Oregon. Visit the Certification Information page to learn about Oregon Seed Certification, or our Certification Staff page to find the inspector for your specific crop.
All completed reports are available through eCertification; login and select A11) View, Download, or Print a Copy of Certification Reports. Are you missing inspection reports? Check the following:
Was the field signed up for inspection in 2019?
Did you sign up to go paperless? If, so hard copies will not be mailed to you.
Your field may have been rejected subject to reinspection or had another follow-up issue. Call our office to contact your inspector directly.
Was your field rejected subject to reinspection? Be sure to correct the problem and signup for reinspection online by the deadline printed on your report. If that deadline has passed, contact your inspector directly. Otherwise, login to eCertification and select A10) Signup for Re-Inspection of Fields Rejected Subject to Re-inspection. Fields that are harvested before a reinspection is completed can not be certified.
May 1st Report The 2019 Number of Fields and Acres Signed Up for Certification report is now available.
The 2019 Oregon Seed Certification Service Handbook is here! Find the most current information about crop standards, field requirements, varieties eligible for certification in Oregon and so much more in this newest version. Check with your local Extension office, call or come see us to get your own copy.
JUL 4 - Independence Day holiday (Seed Certification offices closed)
SEP 2 - Labor Day holiday (Seed Certification offices closed)
NOV 11 - Veteran's Day observed (Seed Certification offices closed)