APSA strives to help its members to promote, develop, research, and market quality seeds within the region and globally.

We represent the largest network of companies, associations and government bodies relating to seeds in the Asia Pacific region and we operate as a platform for sharing ideas and knowledge for better understanding, collaboration and business growth.


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The Asia and Pacific Seed Association (APSA) was established in 1994, through the cooperation of the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) and DANIDA, with the aim of promoting quality seed production and marketing in the Asia and Pacific Region. Today, APSA is the largest regional seed association in the world.

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APSA inks partnerships with agri-universities and national seed associations to bridge skills gaps, enhance knowledge

Benchmarking the latest efforts to enhance cross-sector cooperation to sustain the supply of quality seeds in the face of critical challenges, the Asia and Pacific Seed Alliance (APSA) has signed the first of several memorandum of understanding (MoU) agreements with partnering agriculture academic institutions and national seed associations.

APSA welcomes Dr. Shivendra Bajaj as new Technical Advisor

The APSA Secretariat is pleased to welcome as its newest member, Dr Shivendra Bajaj, who commenced as the association’s Technical Advisor on January 4.

APSA gets new President, VP, Treasurer and board members
Asian Seed Congress 2022 draws 1,200+ delegates as Bangkok shines as tropical seed capital

Dr. Manish Patel, Director at Incotec India Pvt LTD, on Thursday began his tenure as President of the Asia and Pacific Seed Alliance (APSA).

Asia Pacific's Thai Seed in Excellence
Pachok Pongpanich and Petcharat Thammabenjapone named as 2022 APSA Awardees

The Asia and Pacific Seed Alliance and Thai Seed Trade Association have named Mr. Pachok Pongpanich and Associate Professor Dr. Petcharat Thammabenjapone as this year’s APSA awardees.

2022 Asian Seed Congress opens
Bangkok, Thailand beckons as the Asia-Pacific seed capital

Following a two-year hiatus, the Asian Seed Congress is back, beckoning more than 1,100 delegates from more than 50 countries convening in the Thai Capital for the premier seed industry meeting this week


Latest Issue

Volume 28 No 4
October - December 2022