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11th International Master Class on Seed Technology: date change

Unlike published earlier, the Wageningen Seed Centre will organize the 11th International Master Class on Seed Technology on October 12-16, 2014, Wageningen, The Netherlands.

The aim of the Master Class is to offer professional seed technologists and physiologists a further deepening, broadening and actualisation of their knowledge and expertise.

The venue will be hotel “Hof van Wageningen”, conveniently situated in the Wageningen town centre. Morning lectures will be held in the hotel whereas in the afternoon lab classes and demonstrations will be held at different locations within Wageningen University and Research Centre.

For more information see our website (www.seedcentre.nl). Due to reconstruction of our website, registration cannot be done on-line. Please contact us by email if you want to register. Please note that the maximum number of participants is set at 16. We register participants on a ‘first come first serve’ basis.

We look forward to welcoming you in Wageningen!


Dr Steven Groot (steven.groot@wur.nl)

Dr Henk Hilhorst (henk.hilhorst@wur.nl)


Wageningen Seed Centre

P.O. Box 16, 6700 AA Wageningen, The Netherlands

Telephone: +31 317 477 001; Fax: +31 317 418 094

E-mail: wsc@wur.nl


  1. Xianming Duan says:

    Please keep me informed of this training activity.

  2. Altantsetseg says:


    I’m writing this email from Mongolia and trying to find out information of master class on seed technology. Could you please provide me more detailed information of this training and what kind person can be attend in this class?. I mean do you have any criteria to choose attendees? Seed quality and germination is my interest and I would like to learn more and more deep to become as a specialist.

    Thank you for your time,

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