1. KS Crop

Kansas Crop Improvement Association

Kansas Crop Improvement Association is a not-for-profit, membership-based corporation designated as the official seed and plant part certification agency for the State of Kansas.  In addition to seed certification services, KCIA offers networking and educational opportunities, consulting, auditing, farm/field inspection, and laboratory testing services for the seed industry and other crop production related businesses.


March 15 is the due date for field applications.  Field applications are made through the myfields.info web dashboard.

Oborny Named 2017 Premier Seed Grower

March-April Newsletter

 2017 KS Wheat Book  - directory of certified growers and approved seed conditioners, and KSU wheat variety performance results

Kansas Certified Seed Stone Order Form

KSU Extension Agronomy eUpdate


Important Dates


March 15 - Deadline to submit of fields for summer inspection.  Submit applications using the myfields portal.


NOTICE!!!  Certification activities for 2018 will be suspended for those that have not finalized 2017 paperwork.  Final Reports were due December 15, 2017


KS Certified Seed Logo