Sales ~ Rice Seed

California Quality Seed Price List • 2017 Crop Year
 

Variety

Certified
Per/Cwt 

Registered

M-105 $21.50 $22.50
M-202 $21.50 $22.50
M-205 $21.50 $22.50
M-206 $21.50 $22.50
M-209 $21.50 $22.50
M-401 $25.75 $26.75
M-402 -- --
Cal Mochi 101 $24.00 $25.00
Cal Mochi 203 -- --
 
Processing (per/cwt):
   
Soaking $1.25
 
Fungicide Treatment $1.50 Thiram
Seed Nutrient $2.00 Zinc
Bakanae Treatment $1.00 24-hour Clorox–2.5%
Bakanae Treatment $1.75 3-hour Clorox–5%

 

OPTION 1 - Summer Discount Plan
All Growers
Accrued interest waived for seed bills paid by July 1, 2017.
Seed bills due by July 1, 2017 unless you participate in one of the following two programs.
OPTION 2 - C.F.F. Mill Participation Pool Growers
2017 Contracted CFF Grower
Accrued interest waived for contracted field seed bills paid by January 1, 2018.
Unpaid seed bills will be deducted from the initial harvest advance.
OPTION 3 - C.F.F. Dryer Patronage Growers
Accrued interest for CFF purchased seed will be waived for seed bills paid by 
November 1, 2017 for paddy that is dried and stored at a CFF Warehouse.
Seed bills must be paid before a PSR or Warehouse Receipt may be issued

Buying Options:

  • Option 1:  Summer Discount PlanAll GrowersAccrued interest waived for seed bills paid by July 1, 2017.Seed bills due by July 1, 2017 unless you participate in one of the following two programs.
  • Option 2: C.F.F. Mill Participation Pool Growers2017 Contracted CFF GrowerAccrued interest waived for contracted field seed bills paid by January 1, 2018.Unpaid seed bills will be deducted from the initial harvest advance.
  • Option 3: C.F.F. Dryer Patronage GrowersAccrued interest for CFF purchased seed will be waived for seed bills paid by November 1, 2017 for paddy that is dried and stored at a CFF Warehouse.Seed bills must be paid before a PSR or Warehouse Receipt may be issued.

Genetically Engineered Rice (GMO)
For the 2016 crop, the procedures set in place in 2007–2008 to protect the California Rice Industry against GMO contamination will remain the same. The California Rice Industry has come together to work on solutions, procedures and protocols to protect California inventories from the inadvertent contamination of our stocks. The California Rice Commission (CRC) has undertaken an effort to modernize its GMO policy in light of the GMO contamination events in the South. The regulatory Advisory Committee, formed through the passage of the California Rice Certification Act of 2000 (AB 2622), has undertaken steps to protect the industry through tough and thorough agronomic and handling protocols to insure separation of research plots from commercial production regions and the testing of all seed from the Liberty Link GMO with CRC assistance and financial support.

We must maintain a GMO-free California Rice Industry to insure a positive selling point, which we feel will benefit every grower.

As always, if you have any questions please feel free to contact us. We value your patronage and want to maintain strong grower relations as we provide you with a quality product and outstanding service.

Dave Lohman    John Kimbrell    Susy Ramirez    Carol Fleury

To place your seed order, please call our dryer office at 530-476-0229.

CRC Info

The California Rice Commission serves the state's rice industry under the overview of the California Secretary of Agriculture. This includes the areas of testing and verification for GMO-Free compliance. Visit the California Rice Commission website to learn more about the organization and its mission.