Day 139 | May 19, 2014


Seed Inspection. 1962. Courtesy of Clemson University Special Collections.

Seed certification

The South Carolina Seed Certification program involves voluntary adherence to a set of standards imposed on the production of seed which ensures its purity and germination.  The standards which must be met by all Certified Seed producers include rigid requirements on planting stock, land history, equipment clean-out, weed management, conditioning, sampling, and labeling.

For more information about the certification process, please visit the Department of Plant Industry's website.


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