This program provides licenses to produce dealers in order to ensure the quality of fruits and vegetables distributed in Montana. The program's objectives are to:
The program provides regulatory services to the public and to specific agricultural industries. To ensure produce quality for Montana consumers, the program inspects and samples produce to confirm that it meets USDA standards and is free from diseases and pests of concern to the fruit & vegetable industry.
For more information use the inspection link in the navigation to the left.
Seed potatoes imported into, exported from or shipped within Montana must meet USDA and state seed grade standards. Seed potatoes must also be free from late blight, bacterial ring rot and potato cyst nematode.
Seed potatoes shipped into Montana are subject to a receiving point inspection. Seed potatoes grown in Montana are subject to a shipping point inspection by the Seed Potato Inspection Program. For more information see: Seed Potato Inspection Program.
For more information use the licensing link in the navigation to the left.
Anhydrous Ammonia/Seed Potato/Produce
Montana Department of Agriculture
302 N Roberts
Helena, MT 59601
Phone: (406) 444-5419
Fax: (406) 444-9466
Published: May 9, 2011 11:24:00 AM MDT.
Last Modified: November 5, 2014 4:31:34 PM MST