AgronomyThe Pros and Cons of Planting Whole Seed and Cut Seed Pieces

The Pros and Cons of Planting Whole Seed and Cut Seed Pieces


The whole seed model has been used in Europe for some time and is becoming more popular in the United States. The practice has had low adoption in Canada; however, that may change. Is a whole seed system possible for Canada?

Join our live webinar to learn:

  • The pros and cons of planting whole seed and cut seed pieces
  • Whole seed size distribution and seed sizing capabilities
  • Whole seed commercial trial results
  • Next steps for the industry

Register here:

Guest Speakers:

Shaun Pelkey is the agronomy manager at McCain Foods’ Valley Farms.

Shawn Brenn is co-owner of Brenn-B Farms.

Milt Carter is the CEO, president and managing partner of CSS Farms Inc.


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