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Always on the Grow

Agassiz Seed and its employees will provide our customers with the quality of products they expect, at a competitive price, while delivering service that exceeds expectations. Agassiz Seed and Supply has developed a product line specifically suited for the upper Midwest. Our business is located here, we live here, and we know what it means to have products that will perform for our customers in this environment. 

Our Seed Products

Agricultural Seed

Agassiz Seed & Supply carries a large variety of seed for a multitude of different purposes to suit your agricultural needs.

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Lawn & Turf Seed

Agassiz Seed & Supply offers multiple seed and mixture options whether you are starting a new lawn or maintaining a current lawn.

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sweet corn Seed

Agassiz Seed & Supply has a complete line of sweet corn seed for nurseries, garden centers, and farm and home stores. 

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  • DOT & Erosion Control

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    DOT & Erosion Control

    Agassiz Seed & Supply is a professional landscaper's or contractor's "one-stop-shop" for all things DOT/Erosion Control. With our capability, knowledge and experience, Agassiz can offer almost any DOT seed mix required by the states of Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota, along with the tools needed to complete the job. Utilize our industry knowledge and experience in purchasing the right products for your needs.

  • Seed Enhancements

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    Seed Enhancements

    Agassiz Seed & Supply has been in the seed treatment and inoculant business since its inception in 1985. We carry a full line of seed treatment and inoculant products to suit your every need. Allow us to offer our experience and expertise in this area, in order to make your seed treating business a success.

  • What Agassiz Experts Are Saying

    Be aware of chemical residuals when planting cover crops. Late season residual herbicides may negatively impact sensitive cover crops. 

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    Fall plantings of cool season grasses and alfalfas can produce significantly higher yields the first year compared to spring plantings.

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    Could you use some extra hay in late September and October?  Plant forage oats 3 bushels per acre in early August.

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    It is recommended to double inoculate soybeans when seeding into ground that has not had a legume grown on it for a few years. A liquid inoculant paired with a granule is a great option. 

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    Be patient, make sure you plant the right species at the right time and right conditions.

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    Vibrant and thick lawns are created over time as plants grow. Applying extra seed in an attempt to get a thick lawn may lead to overcrowding. 

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    When using a hay preservative such as Siloguard, you can bale up to 1 to 2 days earlier and not worry about hay getting moldy. You can bale at a higher moisture content and beat the next rain cloud on the horizon.

  • What Agassiz Experts Are Saying

    Having problems with your net wrap?

    You may have to adjust the brake on the baler to get the right tension on the new netting for the best coverage..

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    Seed stuck to the inside of the treater can be an indicator of too much liquid in the seed treatment

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    To ensure proper agitation we recommend splitting your hydro mulch bales in half before dumping them into your hydro mulcher.

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    Planting fully-tested seed, rather than bin run seed, gives you all of the information you need to make an informed planting decision.

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    When you are going to seed a cover crop with multiple species, only plant as deep as the shallowest seed can go.

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    Seed treatments and inoculants may look expensive but in the long run it only takes 1.5 bushels of beans to make it pay for itself.

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    Adding a pasture mix or forage grass to your Alfalfa stand can help with dry-down, tonnage, and longevity while also producing high quality forage.

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    Drier shorter hay crops and straw exert more force out and onto your net wrap. In these baling situations it is recommended to use an extra wrap or two over normal conditions to keep your bale from bursting. 

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    Any time soil is disturbed it is important to provide some sort of ground cover to prevent erosion of the soil. This principle can be applied to agriculture fields, landscaping, road construction and other land development projects.

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    When storing unused seed, think cool, dark and dry to maintain as high of seed quality as possible.

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    Buildup of seed treatment in the drum can be an indicator of not enough liquid in the seed treatment.

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    Erosion control doesn't cost; it pays.   A well thought out plan that is implemented correctly will pay dividends in less maintenance during the project and establishment at the end of the project.

  • What Our Customers Are Saying

    "Thank you for being so helpful. I showed a friend of mine the Mini Gac. He was interested, so I gave him your card."

    - Kory Scammon, Wilbaux, MT

  • What Agassiz Experts Are Saying

    New to cover crops?  Don’t get overwhelmed with complicated mixes, let us help you get started with something simple that will meet your goals.

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    Cut your grass to a height of 3-4 inches. Grass likes to be a bit longer and this will help reduce weeds in your lawn.

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    A good native grass and Forbes stand takes 3-5 years to establish.   Be patient and you will be rewarded with beautiful flowers.

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    To make your food plots the most attractive to game throughout the year, be sure to use a blend of both warm & cool season species.

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