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Seeds

 

The OECD Schemes for the Varietal Certification of Seed Moving in International Trade promote the use of agriculture seed of consistently high quality. Certified seeds are produced - and officially controlled - according to common harmonised procedures in 58 participating countries. More ...

 

List of Varieties

 

Publications

   

Capacity Building in the OECD Seed Certification Schemes

Capacity building, where staff members of designated national certification and inspection authorities are trained in all aspects of the OECD Seed Schemes and their implementation and monitoring, ensures that only high quality seeds are traded internationally.

This brochure offers comprehensive guidelines on capacity building activities in OECD Seed Scheme member and applicant countries.

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A Synthesis of International Regulatory Aspects that Affect Seed Trade

An appropriate regulatory framework helps to promote competitive seed markets and lowers barriers to trade.

This paper discusses regulatory aspects related to seed trade and the role of international organisations in trade harmonisation and the establishment of international standards, including the OECD Seed Schemes.

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Events

 

  • The Annual Meeting will be hosted by the Croatian Centre for Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs, Institute for Seeds and Seedlings. It will take place on 9-13 June 2014 in Zagreb. Practical information on logistics (registration, hotel accommodation, visa etc...) can be found on the dedicated website http://www.hcphs.hr/oecd-meeting.

 

Rules and Regulations, Guidelines

Rules and Regulations for the OECD Seed Schemes

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  • Guidelines for the Authorisation of some Certification Activities under the OECD Seed Schemes
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OECD Seed Schemes Newsletter

The OECD Newsletter for the Seed Schemes presents information on recent developments in the seed sector and interesting articles from around the world that are relevant to global seed trade.

 

For submission of new articles, please contact isabelle.braud@oecd.org

 

Also of interest

 

OECD Seed Schemes Bureau

  • Chair: Fawad Shah, USA
  • Vice-Chair: Peter Johnston, New Zealand
  • Vice-Chair: Pier Giacomo Bianchi, Italy

 

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