Seeds are the source of growth of all new plants. They have the genetic material needed to develop into mature plants, as well as the nutrients needed to support early growth.
They are an important part of the world's food supply. Seeds are used to grow many of the crops that provide us with food, including grains, legumes, and vegetables. They are a reliable source of food in times of scarcity because they can be stored for extended periods. We offer a variety of seeds including grass, plant, chia, flax, flower, fruit, quinoa, herbal and vegetable seeds. They perform many other functions, such as the production of fiber, oil, and other goods.
They are an important resource for the development of crop diversity and for plant breeding. Farmers and plant breeders can create crops that are more resistant to pests and diseases and better adapted to local growing conditions by selecting and saving seeds with desired traits.