Seed Priming

seed treatments for parsnip

Seed Treatments for Parsnip

Over the past decade, parsnip has seen a substantial increase in production value. Even the United States has seen an 11.17% increase in export per unit price. With the increase in demand, The USDA has set aside several standards of quality for parsnip: well-trimmed, fairly well-formed, smooth, and fairly clean. Parsnip plants have few pests […]

Lettuce Seed Treatments for Desert Regions

Now is the time to start deciding on the type of lettuce seed treatments you will be planting and or distributing for the desert growing season.  For head lettuces, Germains offers two pellet options that are suitable for the desert growing conditions ProPellet® Heavy aka PPH® or OxyKote® for both conventional and organic cultivation practices. […]

tomato seed

What are the Best Seed Treatments for Tomatoes?

Germains Seed Technology offers some of the best seed treatments for tomatoes that help maximize your crop’s perfomance in the field or greenhouse. Our seed technologies help; singulate seeds at planting to reduce thinning or to help expedite the planting tray planting process, improve emergence and uniformity, and provide early crop protection that contributes to […]

Three Seed Treatments for Carrots | Help Reduce Risks and Improve Crop Performance

Every season you plant a crop, there are risks. Weather, poor germination, insects, disease, and nutrient deficiencies are just a few of the risks that may run through your mind before you plant your next carrot crop. To reduce your risks and improve your crop performance why not start with your seed? The following are […]

Tempo seed priming vs raw seed results

What is Seed Priming?

Providing industry-leading innovative seed technology, Germains Seed Technology uses the latest biological tools and techniques, which provide value added solutions to maximise the natural potential of seed in the field. Seed priming is one of the key technology categories we offer for a number of vegetable crops and sugar beet. But what exactly is priming […]