How to Anonymously and Confidentially Report Plant Infringement to the SIPA-AP (Asexual Propagation) Tip Line
Here is a list of questions that you can answer on your anonymous and confidential SIPA-AP Tip Line Report.
When filing a report, please provide as much of the information identified as possible regarding the potential illegal use of an asexually reproduced plant or trait. All information provided to SIPA-AP (Asexual Propagation) will be kept confidential unless otherwise required by law.
- Call in Date and Time?
- What is the Suspected Infringement?
Example: In vitro, cuttings, etc.
- Crop and Cultivar(s) Commercial Name of the Product?
Example: New Guinea Impatiens SunPatiens® Vigorous Orange*
- Date of the Suspected Infringement?
- Location of Suspected Infringement?
Company name or DBA, county, address, city, state, zip
- Who are the Parties Involved in Suspected Infringement?
Including but not limited to grower, nursery, broker, retailer
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