AgNIC Corn Resources at the University of Illinois

 

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Seed Producers

Advanta Seeds
http://www.advantaseeds.com/
Advanta is involved in crops that include: corn, canola, sunflowers, sugarbeets, soybeans, sorghum, grasses, cereals, and other local crops. Headquarters are located in Canada.

 

AgriPro Seeds
http://www.agripro.com/
A member of Garst Seed Company. Products include seed for corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sorghum, sunflowers, and cotton.

 

Association of Official Seed Certifying Agencies
http://aosca.org/
Among its goals are establishing minimum standards for genetic purity and identity and recommended minimum standards for seed quality for the classes of certified seed, and standardizing seed certification regulations and procedures.

 

Campbell Seed, Inc.
http://www.campbellseed.com/
A family-run business that produces seed for corn, soybeans, alfalfa, and wheat.

 

Canadian Seed Trade Association
http://www.cdnseed.org/
Committed to fostering an environment conducive to researching, developing, distributing, and trading seed and associated technologies.

 

Crow's Hybrid Corn Company
http://www.crowshybrid.com/products/corn.asp
One of the largest independent seed companies. A member of the Channel Group since 1999.

 

Dairyland Seed Company, Inc.
http://www.dairylandseed.com/
A family-run seed company from West Bend, Wisconsin with proprietary plant breeding programs for hybrid corn, soybeans, and alfalfa.

 

Dow Agrosciences
http://www.dowagro.com/homepage/index.htm
Corporation whose holdings include Mycogen Seeds.

 

Garst Seed Company
http://www.garstseed.com/
Seed products include corn, soybeans, alfalfa, sorghum, and sunflowers; including herbicide resistance, insect protection, stacked traits (G-STAC®), high-oil, high pH, waxy or solid conventional hybrids.

 

Golden Harvest Seeds
http://www.goldenharvestseeds.com/
Products include corn, soybeans, alfalfa, and sorghum.

 

Independent Professional Seedsmen Association (IPSA)
http://www.ipsaweb.com/
Enhances the competitiveness of its members by promoting educational opportunities appropriate to family-owned seed companies.

 

Monsanto
http://www.monsanto.com/
Produces seed for wheat, corn, soybeans, and grain sorghum. The seeds are marketed under the Asgrow®, DEKALB® and Hartz™ brands.

 

Mycogen
http://www.mycogen.com/
Products include alfalfa, corn, sorghum, silage, soybean, and sunflower.

 

Netseeds
http://www.netseeds.com/
Price list and product list of corn and other grains by state.

 

New Century Seeds
http://www.ncseed.com/
Products include seed for corn, soybean, wheat, alfalfa, forages, turfgrass, and wildlife.

 

Pfister Hybrids
http://www.pfisterhybrid.com/
A source for corn and alfalfa.

 

Pioneer Hi-Bred International
http://www.pioneer.com/
From DuPont. The company markets and sells hybrids or improved varieties of corn, sorghum, sunflower, soybean, alfalfa, canola and wheat, as well as forage and grain additives. The group operates more than 110 primary research locations involved in developing and testing new products.

 

SeedQuest
http://www.seedquest.com
Information for seed professionals, including planting seed suppliers and seed industry suppliers.

 

Stone Seed Farms, Inc.
http://www.stoneseed.com/
Independent family owned and operated seed company whose products include alfalfa, corn, and soybeans.

 

Syngenta
http://www.syngenta.com/en/index.aspx
Syngenta seeds include corn, soybeans, sunflowers, oilseed rape, sugar beet and cereals, as well as vegetables and products for the flower market.

 

World List of Seed Sources
http://www.fao.org/ag/agp/AGPS/seed/wlss.htm
From FAO/UN, Seed and Plant Genetic Resources Service. Search the database by selecting "maize."

 


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