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Welcome to the Seed Synergy Collaboration Project engagement hub.

The Seed Synergy Collaboration Project represents the combined efforts of the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association, the Canadian Seed Trade Association, the Canadian Seed Institute, the Commercial Seed Analysts Association of Canada, the Canadian Plant Technology Agency, and CropLife Canada. We are working together to create the seed industry of the future to position producers, innovators, and ultimately the entire agricultural value chain in a position to succeed in a highly competitive and innovation-based global marketplace. 

The seed sector is at the heart of all agricultural activity in Canada, laying the groundwork for food, feed, fuel, and fibre. High quality seed allows us to turn innovation in the laboratory into products in the field that further adaptation to climate change, capture export market opportunities, and drive growth for Canadian producers. The agriculture sector is today on the horizon of a new era of growth and opportunity driven by technological, regulatory & economic change, and we see the seed sector as integral to this success. 

Please join us on this journey.  We encourage you to read available materials and send in your comments.

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The Seed Synergy Collaboration Project consists of six major national seed industry organizations: the Canadian Seed Growers’ Association (CSGA), the Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA), the Canadian Seed Institute (CSI), the Commercial Seed Analysts Association of Canada (CSAAC), the Canadian Plant Technology Agency (CPTA) and CropLife Canada. 


The Seed Synergy Collaboration Project is made possible through support from Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.