We are passionate about getting new genetics into the hands of growers who can benefit from it. One of the ways we have made seed of new varieties available to growers faster and cheaper is through Seed Sharing™.



Seed Sharing™ is a popular initiative offered by AGT, allowing the legal trade of grain from AGT varieties between growers for use as seed.



AGT wheat varieties that are eligible for Seed Sharing™:

AGT Katana Axe Beckom Bremer
Condo Corack Correll Cutlass
Espada Estoc Fang Gladius
Kiora Livingston       Mace     Merinda    
Mitch Naparoo Shield Scepter         
Sunguard Sunlamb Sunmate        Suntime  
Suntop Sunvex Sunzell Waagan
Wallup Zebu

AGT triticale varieties that are eligible for Seed Sharing™:

AstuteBison Chopper  Fusion      
HawkeyeJaywick    

AGT durum varieties that are eligible for Seed Sharing™:

HypernoSaintly     Zulu                      

Clearfield® Plus wheat varieties that are NOT eligible for Seed Sharing™:

Elmore CL Plus Grenade CL Plus Hatchet CL Plus Justica CL Plus
Kord CL Plus


Please note: Seed can only be legally traded with the return of a completed AGT Seed Sharing™ License Agreement.

     

Download the AGT Seed Sharing™ Fact Sheet

Download the AGT Seed Sharing™ License Agreement

  

Full Seed Sharing Terms and Conditions:

Growers who purchased seed of an eligible AGT wheat variety from a recognised seed retailer, are offered the legal right, under the terms of a License Agreement, to sell or trade grain derived from these varieties to another grower for use as seed under AGT's unique Seed Sharing™ model.

AGT offers the grower who originally purchased seed from a recognised retailer (the "Seller") the legal right to sell or trade seed of these varieties to another grower referred to in the attached License Agreement as the "Purchaser" at a price or arrangement agreed to between the "Seller" and the "Purchaser".

AGT requires a signed "AGT Seed Sharing™ License Agreement" to be completed by the "Seller" and the person/business to whom they wish to sell or trade the seed (the "Purchaser"). If the purchaser is a registered NGR card user, providing the NGR number will assist in ensuring the records relating to the specific business purchasing seed of the variety are accurate, but this is not essential to the transaction.

The AGT Seed Sharing™ License Agreement should be completed and returned to AGT as soon as possible following the transaction between the "Seller" and the "Purchaser". It is important to note that no seed can be legally traded without the return of a completed AGT Seed Sharing™ License Agreement. The sale or trade of seed without a completed and returned License Agreement is an infringement of Australian Law under the Plant Breeders Rights ACT of 1994, and the "Seller" would be liable. The contract/license agreement also provides a range of indemnities, disclaimers and releases for both the "Seller" and the breeder. (refer section 3 of the License Agreement).