In response to reports of mysterious, illegal and/or unsolicited packages of seeds mailed
Welcome to the APSA July 2020 newsletter. We hope all of you are staying safe and well during this time.
APSA is pleased to welcome as the newest member of the Secretariat, Muhammad Moazzam
Technically not even a berry in the botanical sense, a common garden strawberry
Dr Kuldip Raj Chopra, Researcher, entrepreneur, co-founder and honorary lifetime member of APSA
A 69 participants from around the world attended the 6th Phytosanitary Expert consultation
Core to panel-led discussions was stipulations of the International Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants
The seed trade in the Asia-Pacific region has been strongly affected by COVID-19 related lockdown measures.
Welcome to April 2020 APSA newsletter! This month, we have a lot of updates from APSA
We hope and trust that everyone is are all staying healthy and active whenever possible during this time.
The Asia and Pacific Seed Alliance and Thailand's leading agricultural institute, Kasetsart University have signed a Memorandum
The seed trade is highly international with large volumes of seed shipped across borders
Dr. Kanokwan Chodchoey, APSA Executive Director, has issued a statement to address and allay concerns
Some of the latest international seed quality testing, laboratory and inventory management principles
Held 17 and 18 February, 2020 at Centara Grand at Central Plaza Ladprao Bangkok
Following are photos of various seeds, seedlings, saplings, trees, plants, vegetables, fruits
Kasetsart University this week celebrates its 77th Anniversary with an international academic forum
In observance of professional etiquette, it is customary in Thailand to wish associates and key stakeholder organizations in the
The APSA Secretariat is ready for an active and productive 2020 following their annual team-building retreat
Considered the premiere vegetable seed industry winter-harvest gathering of southern China
The Workshop, titled "Surveillance measures of ToBRFV on tomato and pepper seeds in Thailand"
The U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) Regional Development Mission for Asia in cooperation