BUILT FOR SUCCESS

Your operation runs on hard work and experience. When you add in unique genetics and top-performing hybrids, you’ve got all you need to deliver results. It all comes back to the one thing that doesn’t change—the commitment to deliver the best seed for your soil.

BE YOUR OWN BOSS

Our STAR Partner dealer network is made up of professionals who built their business from the ground up – and it’s within reach for you, too.

Whether you’re an experienced farmer, you work in sales or you’re finishing school, LG Seeds is looking for STAR Partner dealers like you. With your drive, a team dedicated to your business and industry-leading products, you’ve got everything it takes to turn today’s goals into tomorrow’s profits.

WE MEAN BUSINESS®

Your success is measured in more than just bushels. That’s why you need a seed partner that sees your whole operation. At LG Seeds, we put our leading-edge research, hybrids and team of local experts to work for you. When it comes to your success, We Mean Business®.

THE LATEST FROM OUR EXPERTS

  • Win the Fight Against Tar Spot

    You can’t control everything in this line of work, but you can choose your seed. We’re here when you need us to help build your customized seed strategy. And when it comes to fighting diseases like Tar Spot, we have solutions.

  • Combating Tar Spot with Tolerant Hybrids

    Originally, agronomists and plant pathologists hypothesized that Tar Spot thrived in cooler temperatures. However, the wet, humid and overcast 2021 growing season, which saw heavy tar spot pressure, put that hypothesis to rest.

  • Crop Progress & Harvest Updates: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, and the Mid-South

    The LG Seeds Agronomy Team provides updates on harvest conditions across the country.

  • October Crop Progress and Harvest Update

    Harvest is moving along in areas all around the country. The LG Seeds Agronomy Team continues to provide updates.

  • Understanding Soybeans Sprouting in the Pod

    Once again, we are seeing this phenomenon occurring in some bean fields in the Mississippi Delta and other areas this year. While not a major issue, it can cause yield loss in some fields when it occurs early enough and impacts a large portion of the field.