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Virginia Administrative Code
Title 2. Agriculture
Title 2. Agriculture
Agency 5. Department Of Agriculture And Consumer Services
11/27/2020

Chapter 390. Rules and Regulations for the Enforcement of the Virginia Seed LawRead Chapter

Section 10
Methods of inspecting, sampling, and testing, and the application tolerances
Section 20
Noxious weed seeds
Section 30
Net weight requirements
Section 40
Labeling treated seed
Section 50
Agricultural seeds
Section 60
Weed seeds
Section 70
Code designation
Section 80
Controlled conditions
Section 90
Vegetable seeds and minimum germination standards
Section 100
Origin
Section 110
Flower seed and minimum germination standards
Section 120
Labeling of flower seed
Section 130
Application of germination standards to mixture of kinds of flower seed
Section 140
Tree and shrub seeds
Section 150
Zone for labeling origin from which tree and shrub seeds were collected in Virginia
Section 160
Maximum percentage of inert matter
Section 170
Minimum size of peanut seed
Section 180
Minimum germination standard for peanut seed
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