Form

Seed crop entry

Forms for entering all species of crops for seed production.

Documents

Crop entry notification - all species

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Payment application for crop entries - all species

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Official seed certification fees in England and Wales

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Notes on completing forms CERT 2 and CERT 2A

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Details

Seeds marketing is regulated and, for most agricultural and vegetable species, only seeds which have been certified may be marketed.

The application for crop entry must include the completed CERT 2 and CERT 2A forms, and the appropriate fees.

A separate form must be used for each sown seed lot or combination of seed lots. Where a combination of seed lots is sown, all crops entered on the form must be sown with all the seed lots in the combination.

For further information, see the guide to seed certification procedures and the brief guide to seed marketing.

Published 1 June 2014