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, auditing, farm/field inspection, and laboratory testing services for the seed industry and other crop production related businesses.
Fusarium (Head Scab) - Read this to understand more about working with infected seed lots.
2021 ApprovedConditioners - Use this list to find a KCIA-Approved seed conditioner in your area. If a conditioner is not listed here, confirm approved status through our office before allowing them to clean seed for certification.
2021 Bulk Retail Sites - These are additional retail sites approved to sell Kansas Certified Seed.September 2021 Newsletter August 2021 Newsletter
KSU Extension Agronomy eUpdate - view the latest weekly newsletter from K-State ExtensionCOVID-19 August 11, 2021 At this time, mask mandates are not in place. Members and clients may enter the front area without a mask to deliver seed samples to us or may still place them in our drop-off box outside the front entrance. You may also ship them to us. You will find printable sample submittal forms here: Submittal Forms