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Business Opportunity: Request for Licensing Proposals

Once a new plant variety has been approved for release by the Plant Review Committee (PRC) of Texas AgriLife Research, it is considered for entry into the seed certification programs of various states. This is usually the State Seed and Plant Board (SS&PB) of Texas but can include other entities such as Oklahoma Crop Improvement Association (OCIA), Kansas Crop Improvement Association (KCIA) and Oregon Seed Certification Service (OSCS). In keeping with our legislative mandate to protect intellectual property and license the use of new cultivars developed by the scientists of Texas AgriLife Research, often licensing proposals are invited from interested parties for the purpose of commercialization of the new variety.

Invitations to bid will be displayed at News: Invitations to Bid 

Read the instructions for licensing proposal submission at Instructions for Licensing Proposal Submission

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