The minimum application fee is $100.00.The application fees are as follows:
|Potato (minimum fee $56)||$56.00/acre|
|Rice - certified||$2.50/acre|
|Rice - foundation and registered||$3.50/acre|
|All Other Crops||$2.50/acre|
Applications submitted after the due dates stated in the individual crop standards will be assessed a $100.00 late fee.
Incomplete applications will be assessed a $50.00 late fee. (please see Application to grow and certify seed for details.)
Cancelled applications will be assessed a $100.00 fee.
QUALITY ASSURANCE PROGRAM FEE
The minimum application fee is $100. The application fees are as follows:
|Heritage Grain Seed Quality Assurance Program||$25/acre|
|Pre-Variety Germplasm Program||$25/acre|
|Rice Seed Quality Assurance Program||$25/acre|
The certification fee is based on the number of pounds approved for certification. This fee is charged to the conditioner who is reimbursed by the grower. There is a minimum certification fee of $20.00 and rejected lots will also be charged $20.00.
Certification fees are as follows:
(Includes $.15/cwt. for NAFA, $.35/cwt for research)
|Beans and Cowpeas
(Includes $.40/cwt. for research)
(Includes $4.00/cwt. for research)
|Small Grains (Barley, Oats, Rye, Triticale, and Wheat)
(Includes $.30/cwt. for research)
|All Other Crops||$1.32/cwt. certified|
Certification fees effective October 1, 2016.
Research fees updated October 2015.
Please note that remill, resample and substandard samples are billed regular certification fees.
RESEARCH FEE – Research fees will be assessed on alfalfa, beans and cowpeas, cereal, and clover seed leaving California for final cleaning and conditioning in another state. These research assessments will be reduced by 10% of the California conditioned seed fee and levied on an "in-dirt hundred weight" as reported on Interstate Transfer Certificates. Research Policy for Allocation of Research Funds
*COTTON RESEARCH FEE -Cotton research fees will be completely eliminated on seed of non-approved varieties sold outside California. Seed of approved varieties sold out -of-state will be assessed the full research fee.
NOT FINALLY CERTIFIED
Effective January 1, 2016, a fee of $1.25/cwt will be implemented for all “Not Finally Certified” seed lots which receive grey colored OECD tags.
OECD CERTIFICATE FEE
A fee of $40.00 is charged for each OECD Certificate issued. In addition to the OECD and certificate fees, an assessment for number of pounds OECD certified will be charged. Effective July 1, 2016 per USDA this assessment is as follows:
|Legumes (other than soybeans)||$0.14/cwt.|