Plant Breeders' Rights (PBR) are a form of intellectual property allowing the protection of new varieties of plants, conferring to its holder exclusive rights on the sale, production, reproduction, import, export, storage and packaging of propagating material (seeds, cuttings, etc.) of its variety. An application for a PBR certificate must be filed with the Plant Breeders' Rights Office (PBRO) at the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.

Drafting, filing and prosecuting PBR certificate applications with the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Payment of annual maintenance fees to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Training seminars on Plant Breeders’ Rights certificates

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