Visit Us at the Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference

For the first time, Germains Seed Technology will be exhibiting our seed technologies at the 30th Annual Pacific Northwest Vegetable Growers Association Conference.  The event will take place at the Three Rivers Convention Center in Kennewick, Washington,  November 16th 8 am to 6pm and November 17th 8 am to 1 pm.  Over 600 growers and others in the agriculture industry from Idaho, Washington, and Oregon will gather to gain new knowledge on current trends impacting agriculture.

Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association

Vist Booth #50 at Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association Conference

Our exhibit will focus on conventional and organic seed technologies that are applied to primary crops grown in the Pacific Northwest region; carrots, onions, brassicas and peas.  Sale Account Manager, Charlie Cain and our Sales & Marketing Coordinator Stacy Hasegawa, will be there to share information and answer questions about seed priming, pelleting, crop protection filmcoatings, and seed health such as seed disinfection and seed applied micronutrients.

Pacific Northewest Vegetable Growers Association

ProPellet® and Other Seed Treament Options for Onions Will Be on Display

This is a great opportunity for you to be able to see examples of the various pelleting options we have to offer and to get a better understanding about selecting seed treatments that are appropriate for your cultivation techniques and or your growing region.

About the Pacific Northwest Association Conference

The Pacific Northwest Vegetable Association is dedicated to education, research, production, promotion and representation relative to the Northwest vegetable industry and it’s markets. This year’s conference schedule includes workshops on post-harvest handling, pest management, introduction of new cultivation practices and a variety of other educational workshops that are relevant to the growing region. For more information about the conference please visit the Pacific Northwest Vegetable Growers Associations website.

Please visit our website for more information about our seed technologies that are available for the Pacific Northwest. Otherwise, be sure to visit Booth #50 while you are there!