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1. Usually the progeny or increases of registered or foundation stock maintained so as to preserve purity and inspected by a certifying agency, usually State Crop Improvement Association.<br><br>
1. Usually the progeny or increases of registered or foundation stock maintained so as to preserve purity and inspected by a certifying agency, usually State Crop Improvement Association.<br><br>


http://cornrus.50megs.com/Photos/Sacks/indcert_harpels_60326.jpg
http://cornrus.50megs.com/Photos/Sacks/indcert_harpels_60326.jpg<br><br>


Example of corn seed certified by the Indiana Crop Improvement Association.<br><br>
Example of corn seed certified by the Indiana Crop Improvement Association.<br>


Source: http://cornrus.50megs.com
Source: http://cornrus.50megs.com<br>

Revision as of 15:13, 25 February 2006


1. Usually the progeny or increases of registered or foundation stock maintained so as to preserve purity and inspected by a certifying agency, usually State Crop Improvement Association.

indcert_harpels_60326.jpg

Example of corn seed certified by the Indiana Crop Improvement Association.

Source: http://cornrus.50megs.com