The goal of the seed program is to enforce the Colorado Seed Act which requires that the seed label, the germination, and purity content of the seed is accurate.
The program also inspects the seed to ensure that prohibited noxious weeds are eliminated and restricted noxious weeds are below a certain level per pound of seed.
“The general assembly hereby finds and declares that truth in labeling of seed is of paramount importance to the citizens of Colorado."
The Colorado Office of Policy, Research, and Regulatory Reform is currently conducting a sunset review of the Seed Act and an Analysis is performed to determine if the Act is necessary and should be continued, modified, or repeated. If you would like to contribute to this review, please use the comment form at the Department of Regulatory Agencies website.
See information about:
- Seed Registration Form - Fillable
- Seed Registration Form - Non Fillable
- Renewing your registration with AG license
- How to label seed for sale
- The Dos and Dont's of Selling Seed in CO; A retailers guide
- Seed Business Search
Why Register to sell and label seed?
What does a label tell us about seed?
Seed Arbitration and Complaints
The video of the Plant Patent and Certified Seed Seminar has been posted on the CDA Video page!
The speakers included James Weatherly the Executive Director of the Seed Innovation Protection Alliance, Barb Campbell of Cochran Freund & Young LLC, Frank Curtis, COO of Limagrain, Rick Novak of Colorado State University Seed Lab and Duane Sinning from the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
Phone: (303) 869-9070Fax: (303) 466-2860
Contact person for the following:
Questions & Concerns regarding accuracy of Seed labels
Seed Inspection & Registration
Phone: (303) 869-9071
Fax: (303) 466-2860
Email: Seed Program