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ASTA 128th Annual Convention 2011 - Andy LaVigne

ASTA 128th Annual Convention

Huntington Beach, CA

June 18th - 22nd, 2011

 


Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

What are ASTA’s top priorities and/or goals for the remainder of 2011 and moving into 2012?

 

Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

You recently attended the World Seed Congress in Belfast—why are these international meetings so important to the seed industry? What are ASTA’s top priorities at the international level?

 

Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

Adventitious and low level presence continue to be a big challenge around the world—what progress has been made in the last few months?

 

Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

There has been a lot of talk recently around patents and what happens when they expire—can you give an overview of this topic and what the biggest challenges/issues are?

 

Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

The First the Seed Foundation celebrates its third anniversary this summer. Is the seed industry getting better at telling its story? What else do seed companies need to be doing?

 

Andy LaVigne, President & CEO, American Seed Trade Association

The Seed Association of the Americas has their third congress coming up in Santiago, Chile. Can you give us an overview of their mandate?

 

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