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2016 Rules and Regulations:
Being a certified seed grower is voluntary. Seed growers agree to abide by Certification Rules and Regulations in order to qualify seed potato lots within their farming operations as certified seed. This is the current Rules and Regulations for certification of seed potatoes in the state of Colorado.
2017 Rules and Regs
Certified Growers 2015:
This list contains contact information for Colorado certified seed growers. Please contact any grower to discuss their seed potato program and varieties they produce.
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Colorado Seed Potato Act Import Requirements:
The Colorado Seed Potato Act dictates certain requirements for seed lots coming into the state. This tool helps to explain disease tolerances and additional testing required of seed lots for various situations.
Colorado Seed Act Requirements for Importing Seed into the State of Colorado 2016
Late Blight Protocol:
The Colorado San Luis Valley has established a Late Blight Quarantine on all potatoes shipped into the valley. This document details testing protocols needed prior to shipping. This quarantine is overseen by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
Find additional links of interest pertaining to seed potato certification. Clicking on any of the links navigates away from the PCS website.
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Managing PVY in Norkotah Seed
Steps to growing Norkotah Seed. Clicking on any of the links navigates away from the PCS website.
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Tissue Culture Order Form:
The PCS Tissue Culture laboratory supplies limited numbers of disease free potato tissue culture plantlets to growers. Please use this form to order plantlets for your tissue culture operations.
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Temporary Labor – Job Application:
Download the Potato Certification Service temporary labor job application.
Download the Job Application >>