Definitions for ORS 576.715 to 576.744
(1) “Agricultural seed” means grass seed of a type commonly sold for use in turf lawns or as forage seed.
(2) “Authenticate” has the meaning given that term in ORS 79.0102 (UCC 9-102. Definitions and index of definitions).
(3) “Producer” means a person that grows agricultural seed in this state on a commercial basis for a seed dealer.
(4) “Seed bailment contract” means a seed production contract under which the seed dealer retains title to all seed, seed stock and plant life grown or used by the producer under the terms of the contract.
(5) “Seed dealer” means a person that in the ordinary course of business contracts to buy agricultural seed grown in this state by a producer or contracts with a producer for the growing of agricultural seed in this state.
(6) “Seed delivery” means the date on which the seed grower delivers grass seed to the seed dealer pursuant to a notice from the dealer.
(7) “Seed grower” means a person that grows grass seed in this state on a commercial basis without entering into a contract with a seed dealer prior to harvesting of the seed.
(8) “Seed production contract” means a written agreement between a producer and a seed dealer for the growing of agricultural seed in this state.
(9) “Seed purchase contract” means a written agreement for a seed dealer to purchase grass seed that has been grown by a seed grower. “Seed purchase contract” does not include a seed production contract.
(10) “Variety Not Stated Seed” means agricultural seed that is sold in unmarked plastic bags or other unmarked containers without any reference to a variety name for the seed. [2011 c.356 §1]
Note: 576.715 (Definitions for ORS 576.715 to 576.744) to 576.747 (Reporting adoption of rules regarding dealer financial assurance) were enacted into law by the Legislative Assembly but were not added to or made a part of ORS chapter 576 or any series therein by legislative action. See Preface to Oregon Revised Statutes for further explanation.
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