The seed inspection program is essential to both the agriculture industry as well as to the general public. The Kansas Seed Law is considered necessary so that farmers and consumers are assured that the seed labeled is what they are purchasing.  Important labeling information like germination and purity guarantees help farmers decide how to plant the seed to determine crop yield. If seed does not meet or exceed the guarantees, the farmer may experience less than expected crop yields and suffer economically. Poor yields may ultimately raise the price of food for consumers. Other agricultural seed such as grass seed must also comply with the same requirements so consumers can sow accordingly.
  • Seed Inspections

  • Seed Licenses