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Seed Corn GrowersSeed Corn Growers of Ontario – Our principle mandate is to work with the individual seed corn companies to negotiate production contracts that not only make our growers competitive, but also provide incentives to produce excellent seed. We work to ensure that our growers are provided with the best information and programs to maintain and broaden their seed corn production skills.

AgricorpAgricorp – ​Who we are is rooted in our vision, mission and core qualities. They define how we work, how we think about our business and how we view our customers. They shape the relationships we h​​​​​​​​ave with our employees, our government partners, our suppliers and our stakeholders. In short, they describe what matters to us.

WINWeather Innovations – Weather INnovations Consulting LP (WIN) is a company originally developed at the Ridgetown Campus of the University of Guelph under the project name, Ontario Weather Network (OWN). The company specializes in building turnkey monitoring and modelling solutions for individual commodity groups and agencies. Our goal is to make weather based modelling much easier to use at the farm level, and to bring the best information from the information supply chain into practice.

CSTACanadian Seed Trade Association – The Canadian Seed Trade Association (CSTA) is a voluntary association composed of approximately 130 seed companies from across Canada. Member companies develop, produce and market high-quality seed for field crops and home gardens.

CSICanadian Seed Institute (CSI) – The Canadian Seed Institute (CSI) delivers accreditation and monitoring programs for the Canadian seed industry. Recognized by the Canadian Food Inspection Agency, CSI has been given the mandate to be the single point contact for all seed establishments, seed laboratories, operators and graders seeking registration, licensing or accreditation.

AACAgricultural Adaptation Council – The AAC has a unique understanding of funding program requirements, farming and agribusiness. It’s who we are and what we do. The AAC is a not-for-profit organization that is made up of 66 Ontario agricultural, agri-food and rural organizations, and our understanding of the needs of agricultural sector helps us make funding decisions.