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Issued May-24-11
US7947884: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH244084

US7947883: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH626994

US7947882: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH226886

US7947881: Cotton variety 07W514DF

US7947880: Cotton variety MX0623B2RF

US7947877: Plants and seeds of spring canola variety SCV328921

US7947875: Methods and means for altering fiber characteristics in fiber-producing plants

US7947874: Modifying DNA recombination and repair

US7947873: Compositions and methods for regulation of plant gamma-tocopherol methyltransferase

US7947872: Nucleotide sequences involved in plant disease resistance

US7947870: Generation of plants with altered oil, protein, or fiber content

US7947869: Methods for inducing cotton embryogenic callus

US7947868: Precise breeding--marker-free transformation

US7947867: Ripening inhibition in the tomato Green-ripe mutant results from ectopic expression of a novel protein which disrupts ethylene signal transduction

US7947658: RNA interference for the treatment of gain-of-function disorders

US7947483: Methods and organisms for the growth-coupled production of 1,4-butanediol

Issued May-17-11
US7943836: Progeny of inbred corn line PHCPR

US7943835: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH192255

US7943834: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH621537

US7943833: Plants and seeds of hybrid corn variety CH291585

US7943832: Inbred tomato line 1T247

US7943830: Cotton variety 07W901DF

US7943829: Cotton variety 07W590DF

US7943828: Cotton variety 07X440DF

US7943826: Soybean cultivar 7925084

US7943825: Metacaspase II in engineering soybean for disease resistance

US7943824: Soybean cultivar S070159

US7943823: Delta-8 desaturase and its use in making polyunsaturated fatty acids

US7943822: Polynucleotides encoding proteins involved in plant metabolism

US7943821: Stress-induced transcription factor derived from maize

US7943819: Methods for genetic control of insect infestations in plants and compositions thereof

US7943818: Soybean seed and oil compositions and methods of making same

US7943817: Generation of plants with altered protein, fiber, or oil content

US7943816: Arachidonic acid-containing plants and use of the plants

US7943753: Auxin transport proteins

US7943737: Bacillus thuringiensis crystal polypeptides, polynucleotides, and compositions thereof

US7943736: Bacillus thuringiensis crystal polypeptides, polynucleotides, and compositions thereof

US7943735: Bacillus thuringiensis crystal polypetides, polynucleotides, and compositions thereof

US7943734: Bacillus thuringiensis crystal polypeptides, polynucleotides, and compositions thereof

US7943683: Medical devices containing oriented films of poly-4-hydroxybutyrate and copolymers

US7943571: Modified proteins, designer toxins, and methods of making thereof

US7943393: Method and device for extracting an analyte

US7943360: Phospholipases, nucleic acids encoding them and methods for making and using them

US7943340: Fungal dipeptidyl peptidase IV (DPPIV) enzyme for reagent use

US7943312: Enzyme treatment of foodstuffs for celiac sprue

US7942940: Jet fuel compositions and methods of making and using same

US7941969: Methods of seed breeding using high throughput nondestructive seed sampling

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Sales Manager Messages                                                           archives
15 Mar 2011  Effective today, the price of our cat. no. TR-01 ArabiTray Heavy-Duty Stacking Box-Tray (limited autoclave tolerant fiberglass, i.e. no more than one autoclave cycle every 3 months) has changed.  The new price of TR-01 is $21.40 USD each.  Effective today, the price of our cat. no. TR-02 ArabiTray Heavy-Duty Stacking Box-Tray (highly autoclave tolerant fiberglass, ie. multiple autoclave cycles daily) has changed.  The new price of TR-02 is $27.81 USD. Volume discounts of 10% in quantities of more than 10 are available for both TR-01 and TR-02.

27 Sep 2010  Effective September 27, 2010,  LEHLE SEEDS has instituted a new Excepted Quantities Processing (EQP) fee of $15.00 USD for all Vac-In-Stuff (Silwet L-77) orders requiring air-transport and thus "Dangerous Goods in Excepted Quantities" Labeling for IATA compliance.

01 Jan 2010  Effective January 1, 2010, LEHLE SEEDS has instituted a new Customs Documentation Preparation (CDP) fee. The CDP fee will be a flat $35 and will be applied to all orders shipped to destinations outside the U.S. The change is necessary to correct a long-standing imbalance inherent in our "One World" product pricing policy. The imbalance arises because international orders require additional customs documentation not required of domestic orders. Hence, preparation of said customs documents incur significant internal staffing costs, which previously have not been properly accounted for.

14 Aug 2009  Effective today, a handling charge of $15 will be added to all seed orders totaling less than $25.

16 Mar 2008  Effective today, prices of ARASYSTEM components will be increased across the product line an average of 4.0% to reflect the continuing devaluation of the U.S. dollar relative to the euro.

28 Jan 2008  Effective today, the price of our cat. no. DA-10 OptiVISOR Binocular Magnifier was increased 6.1% due to an equivalent rise in the manufacturer's wholesale price.  Prices were also increased, for the same reason, in associated OptiVISER accessories including cat. no. LP-01 OptiLOUPE monocular lens (5.3%), cat. no. LT-06 Optivisor Clip-on Light Attachment (3.9%) and cat. no. LT-2204 Optivisor Clip-on Light Attachment Replacement Bulb (7.7%).

06 Nov 2007  Effective today, prices of ARASYSTEM components will be increased across the product line an average of 1.61% to reflect the continuing devaluation of the U.S. dollar relative to the euro.

24 Sep 2007  Effective today, prices of ARASYSTEM components will be increased across the product line an average of 3.41% to reflect the continuing devaluation of the U.S. dollar relative to the euro.

08 May 2007 Custom Project Price Guide - Fall 2007 

Pricing for custom project services for the Fall 2007 production cycle are shown in the following table.  Conducting custom seed mutations is a service which is not always available, e.g. during periods of understaffing.  See our Special Notice page for the current status of this service.

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Service

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Transgenic
Transgenic Non-
Transgenic
Transgenic
Custom EMS mutation for M1 seeds  $2,090 $2,290 $2,090 $2,590
Custom EMS mutation for M2 seeds¥ $2,140 $2,340 $2,140 $2,640
Custom M1 grow-out & selfing to M2, 12 flats (minimum)§ $2,900 $3,200 $2,900 $3,200
Total $5,040 $5,540 $5,040 $5,840
Fee covers mutation and M1 seed drying services.   A maximum of 1.5 grams of seeds are mutated per batch and then dried and shipped.  Includes chemical waste neutralization, treatment and disposal services.   Where applicable, includes extra fees associated with transgenic biologicals such as their 1) special handling, containment and disposal and 2) compliance with USDA APHIS regulations to obtain a project specific importation permit.  Shipping and any related costs are not included.  A $500 retainer is required to engage this service. Billing is monthly thereafter.

¥  Fee covers mutation and M1 seed stratification services.  A maximum of 1.5 grams of seeds are mutated per batch and stratified at 5 C in preparation of planting. Fees for actual planting and grow-out of M1 seeds are covered in following service.  Includes chemical waste neutralization, treatment and disposal services.  Where applicable, includes extra fees associated with transgenic biologicals such as their 1) special handling, containment and disposal and 2) compliance with any or all  USDA APHIS regulations to obtain a project specific importation permit.  Shipping and any related costs are not included.  A $500 retainer is required to engage this service. Billing is monthly thereafter.

§ Fee covers M1 seed sowing, growing, maintaining, selfing, harvesting, cleaning and packaging of M2 progeny seeds for 4-5 months.  This service is paired with and follows the Custom EMS mutation service for M2 (above).  M1 seed are planted to achieve a target stand of 1,100  M1 parents on each of a minimum of twelve 28 x 56 cm greenhouse flats.  Sowing rate is 0.06 grams per flat.  Add $242 or $267 for each additional flat for non-transgenic and transgenic seeds, respectively. Fee includes a stand count, embryo test for mutation frequency estimation and remote monitoring of project via images posted to our web site. Where applicable, includes extra fees associated with rendering harmless and disposing of transgenic biologicals or medium containing  their residues.  Shipping and any related costs are not included.  Billing is monthly.  

19 Feb 2007  Effective today, prices of ARASYSTEM components will be increased across the product line an average of 2.3% to reflect recent devaluation in the dollar.

Production Manager Messages                                                     archives
19 Apr 2007  Notice of Custom Project Schedule

The schedule for custom projects for the remainder of 2007 and the first half of 2008 have been finalized.  Custom projects requiring a grow-out of M2 seeds must be initiated either in the months of September 2007 or February 2008.  This scheduling is required so custom projects coincide with our regular growth room operations.  LEHLE SEEDS currently idles its growth rooms from June to August for insect control, equipment maintenance, cleaning and disinfection.  The time is also used for processing chemical waste and growth medium waste prior to disposal.  Important deadlines are summarized in the following two sections.

  Fall 2007 Custom Projects - Reservations now being accepted

15 Jul 2007 - Last day to submit application for importation permit for September 2007 custom projects where client is 1) outside the U.S.A. and seeds are 2) transgenic.

01 Sep 2007 - Last day to receive seeds for September 2007 custom projects.  Seeds received after this date will be scheduled for February 2008.

01 Sep 2007 - 30 Sep 2007 Dates when custom projects with M2 grow-out will be initiated.  Projects not initiated by 30 Sep 2007 will be scheduled for February 2008.

31 Jan 2008 (or earlier) - Fall 2007 custom project harvesting complete.

  Spring 2008 Custom Projects - Reservations now being accepted

15 Dec 2007 - Last day to submit application for importation permit for February 2008 custom projects where client is 1) outside the U.S.A. and seeds are 2) transgenic.

01 Feb 2008 - Last day to receive seeds for September 2007 custom projects.  Seeds received after this date will be scheduled for September 2008.

01 Feb 2008 - 29 Feb 2008 Dates when custom projects with M2 grow-out  will be initiated.  Projects not initiated by 29 Feb 2008 will be scheduled for Sep 2008.

30 Jun 2008 (or earlier) - Spring 2008 custom project harvesting complete.

        Additional information concerning custom projects

Space in our growing rooms is limited and projects are assigned to the available space on a first come, first serve basis.  Projects that involve the importation of transgenic seeds into the U.S. will require LEHLE SEEDS to obtain a special USDA APHIS importation permit.  The permit process is such that the application should be started in July 2007 for the September custom projects and in December 2007 for the February 2008 custom projects.  For September 2007 projects, seeds must be in our hands no later than September 1, 2007.  For February 2008 projects, seeds must be in our hands no later than February 1, 2008.  Transgenic as well as non-transgenic seeds can be submitted, but transgenic seeds can only be imported to the USA under a special USDA APHIS which LEHLE SEEDS will obtain for its foreign customers before importation.  Contact Fred Lehle, Ph.D. by email if you have additional questions or interest. 

            Custom projects involving no M1 grow-out

Custom projects with immediate return of air-dried M1 seeds will be conducted only during the months of September - October 2007 and February - March 2008.

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