Form

Seed lot entry forms

Forms to submit final seed test reports to NIAB.

Documents

Application to lodge a seed test report and payment notification of early multiplication of a seed lot and payment (all seed lots with two or more sources)

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Application to lodge seed test reports and payment notification of early multiplication of seed lots summary and payment (all seeds lot with a single source)

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Notes on completing forms CERT 7 and CERT 7 (SUMM)

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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.

These forms should be completed to submit final seed reports to National Institute of Agricultural Botany (NIAB). The appropriate fee must be included with the application.

Form CERT 7 should be used for blended seed lots and form CERT 7 (SUMM) should be used for seed lots other than blends.

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

Published 1 October 2014