Description for Report of Field Inspection
This is an image of the Report of Field Inspection (CFIA/ACIA 1284) which is produced from the Inspector's Field Notes (CFIA/ACIA 1298) and is used by a CFIA inspector to indicate reasons for rejection of a crop as seed, or to indicate the chosen seed potato certificate number. The form includes space for the name and address of the grower, variety, crop location, field number, certification number, grower number, sequence number, total area in hectares, area in tuber units, origin of seed, certification numbers for the seed planted, their class and space for the CFIA inspector to indicate the number of tags of each lot checked, that is used by a CFIA inspector to collect information while performing a first, second and third crop inspections such as: early blight, late blight, Rhizoctonia, tip burn, aphids, Colorado potato beetle, variety integrity, virus content, possible varietal mixture, overall crop condition (stand, vigour, and cultivation), mosaic, leaf roll, black leg, wilts, and planter misses as well as abnormal plant symptoms, environmental factors, etc. and space for the CFIA inspector's signature and date of each inspection. The results are recorded on this form and used by the CFIA to determine if the observations are consistent with the class intended and the class issued is recorded on the form, or the reason for rejection is indicated. A copy of this report is used by the CFIA to inform the grower of the results of field inspection.