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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 2. Agriculture
Agency 10. State Certified Seed Board

Chapter 10. Rules and Regulations Providing for the Certification of Seeds and Other Materials Used for Plant Propagation PurposesRead Chapter

Section 10
Certifying agency
Section 20
Duties of certifying agency
Section 30
Classes, identification, and sources of certified seed
Section 40
Limitation of generations for certified seed
Section 50
Seed testing
Section 60
Noxious or objectionable weeds
Section 70
Field inspections
Section 80
Responsibility for compliance
Section 90
Applicability of certification standards
Section 100
Corn certification standards; hybrids, foundation single crosses and inbred lines
Section 110
Cowpea certification standards
Section 120
Grass seed certification (tall fescue and orchard grass)
Section 130
Peanut certification standards
Section 140
Red clover certification standards
Section 150
Small grain certification standards
Section 160
Soybean certification standards
Section 170
Sweet potato certification standards
Section 180
Tobacco certification standards
Section 190
Turfgrass sod certification standards
Section 200
Vegetatively-propagated grasses; certification standards
Section 210
Requirements for bulk certification in Virginia

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