Crop Improvement Association meeting Jan. 15-16 [UPDATED]Published 10:15am Tuesday, January 8, 2013 Updated 12:16pm Tuesday, January 8, 2013
On Jan. 15 and 16, members of the Minnesota Crop Improvement Association (MCIA) will gather at the Bigwood Event Center in Fergus Falls for their 110th Annual Meeting.
An informative program focused on current seed industry issues has been planned including presentations on Public and Private Partnerships in Wheat Breeding and the Expiration of the Roundup Ready Soybean Patent. Attendees will also hear from University of Minnesota Climatologist, Mark Seeley.
In addition to the annual business meeting, topics on seed treatments and new seed crops will be covered making this meeting a must for those in the seed industry.
To exhibit at the Trade show or to obtain more information contact MCIA at 1-800-510-6242 or visit us online at www.mncia.org
Founded in 1903, MCIA provides superior programs and services to meet the needs of today’s changing agricultural world. These include certification and quality assurance services for producers of seed, identity preserved grains, sod and noxious weed seed free forage and mulch. With field staff located throughout Minnesota, MCIA is well positioned to provide field inspections, as well as, customized auditing and assessment services. MCIA is a USDA accredited Organic Certification Agency for the National Organic Program.