Vegetable Plant and Seed Development Company

Seminis is the largest developer and grower of vegetable seeds in the world. Learn more about our Seminis vegetable brand seeds and plants.

Every seed is a promise of outstanding growing potential.
Feeding the world is no small task, and at Seminis, we believe that the men and women who do it deserve the very best from their vegetable seed company.

Open-field and unheated greenhouse growers face unique challenges and have specific growing conditions within their production environment, which is why the Seminis vegetable brand is dedicated to delivering the crop-specific expertise you require.

Seminis is the largest developer, grower and marketer of vegetable seeds in the world. We develop hybrids that offer higher yield potential, improved quality, uniformity, flavor and nutrition, as well as better resistance to insect pests and adverse environmental conditions.

Seminis’ use of traditional plant breeding techniques and modern science enable us to develop vegetables that offer you the best possible marketable yield.  Seminis plants also help you deliver improved flavor, convenience and nutrition for consumers. Our vegetable seed products include broccoli, cabbage, carrot, leek, cauliflower, cucumber, lettuce, sweet corn, tomato, pepper, onion and more.

With Seminis, you get the freedom to focus on your goals and real passions — the freedom to grow the best crops possible, the freedom to grow your business and the freedom to build your future. We deliver this via our commitment to provide all of our Seminis growers with:

  • Predictable, excellent performance
  • Global insights, local solutions
  • Meaningful innovation

It’s all part of our promise to provide you with outstanding growing potential.

View our products and learn more in the Seminis Products section.

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