Seedling Growers Association of South Africa

The Seedling Growers Association of South Africa was started in 1982 to enable the growers and members to research applicable topics and solve common problems.
 
This has been very successful and over the years many research projects have been tackled by university students. The results are available to paid up members. The association continues to go from strength to strength and serves the majority of the industry.
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Certification

  • The SGASA developed certification scheme is a safety, quality and compliance management system

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Membership

  • Direct access to the SGASA's dynamic research programme and its results for all members.

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Research

  • Research projects that can be potentially beneficial to the Seedling Growing Industry may be considered.

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Latest News

  • June 2016 AGM Minutes

    June 2016 AGM Minutes

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  • Professor Paul Fisher and the University of Florida: Online Courses

    Professor Paul Fisher and the University of Florida: Online Courses

    SGASA are very excited to be able to offer this opportunity to our members. Professor Paul Fisher and the University of Florida provide valuable training to growers in our industry and have opened up their courses to SGASA members. Please click on the below links for more information.
     
    Greenhouse 101                                                         
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  • German Horticultural Association

    German Horticultural Association

    Discover New Technology -”Made in Germany“!

    This “Market Exploration Trip” is an organized business visit for a delegation of 8-15 German companies as part of a support project from the German Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL). Highly innovative and technologically advanced German companies from the “Horticulture and Greenhouse Technologies” sectors are looking forward to gaining an insight into the South African market, getting to know the potential for future business activities, meeting with important associations and institutions, and visiting interesting reference projects or South African companies from the sector.

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