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.


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.


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®.


  • Selecting Next Year's Corn Hybrids

    Selecting corn hybrids for your farm can be stressful. Making those decisions can be difficult, especially if you had severe drought, wind damage, more heat than normal, less heat than normal, or a number of other things that made your growing season anything but “normal.”

  • What to Consider When Choosing Your Seed Portfolio

    Today, growers have more choices of hybrids and trait packages than ever before. The decision to pick the right hybrid can be overwhelming. It is very important to pick the right trait package, but also to pick the right mix of hybrids to cover all your acres.

  • Using Harvest to Plan for Planting

    Data-driven decisions are critical in today's farming environment. Take a look at some of the insights your LG Seeds agronomy team derived from this year's growing season.

  • Preventing Late Season Stalk Rot

    Stalk integrity, late season intactness, disease susceptibility, and fungicide response are just a few of the management decisions when deciding on next year’s corn hybrids. This year brought on several new challenges that we were able to learn and grow from. Like any other year, growers are faced with different challenges, and forced to adapt.

  • Fertilizing for Big Yields Under Extreme Price Pressure

    As harvest for 2021 starts wrapping up, it is time (if you haven’t already) to begin planning for the spring of 2022. Producers will be faced with many difficult decisions. Today, we are going to focus on N, P, and K fertilizers and why reducing rates may not be the decision in your best interest, even with sky high fertilizer prices.