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SEEDWAY Announces Redesign and Relaunch Of Vegetable Seed Website

SEEDWAY, LLC a subsidiary of GROWMARK, Inc., is inviting customers to explore its new vegetable seed website. SEEDWAY announced the relaunch of its new vegetable seed website today ( The launch is a significant part of the 57-year-old company’s commitment to innovation and relevancy for today’s grower.

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Warm Temps, Snowfall, and Spring Assessment

Recently areas in the Northeast have experienced fluctuating temperatures, ranging from below freezing to up near 50 degrees. That raises the question, what is this doing to our wheat crop?

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SEEDWAY, LLC is proud to announce that Andy Neel has accepted the position of Farm Seed Territory Field Manager for the Southern Virginia market.

In his new role Andy will provide seed sales and service for SEEDWAY partners and customers throughout the southern Virginia region.

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SEEDWAY, LLC is proud to announce that Mason Moore has accepted the position of Associate Sales Manager for the Western, NY – North Farm Seed Division. In his new role, Mason will provide seed sales and service for SEEDWAY Partners and customers throughout the Western New York region. Mason’s depth of knowledge and drive make him an outstanding addition to the SEEDWAY team and a valuable asset to grower in the region.

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Thistle Caterpillar in Soybeans

Have you or your customers experienced issues within your soybeans and have seen an odd looking caterpillar feeding on the leaves?

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Summer Forage and Seeding Options

Plant in late summer, for fall 2019 harvest, which will produce good to very good yield potential. New ProfitMAX is a new mixture Seedway is offering consisting of a Forage Oat and Survivor Winter Peas. Survivor Winter Peas has more winter hardiness than Austrian Winter Pea so it will grow longer into the season for increased yields and nitrogen fixation. ProfitMAX can be planted in late July or early August for a fall forage crop. ProfitMAX can be very productive as small grains grow very aggressively in the fall.

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Inclement Weather and Black Cutworm

Overall this spring has been difficult on farmers to say the least. The inclement weather this spring permitted most farmers from turning dirt into late June. Not only do the farmers have to combat with the weather this year, but the insect pressures are causing even more issues in the field. Many growers have reported black cutworm present in corn fields across the northeast. While the degree of impact has varied, the presence of cutworms is undeniable.

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Seedway Names Southern Corn and Soybean Specialist

SEEDWAY, LLC is proud to announce that Stacy Martin has accepted the position of SEEDWAY Southern Corn and Soybean Specialist. In her role Stacy will be involved in all aspects of SEEDWAY’s product development, product research, and technical product support for the company’s Southern Farm Seed market area in PA, NJ, MD, and VA.

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Seedway® names Marketing & Communications Coordinator

Seedway, LLC is proud to announce that Lindsey Leisenring has accepted the position of Seedway Marketing and Communications Coordinator.

In her role Lindsey will be involved in all aspects of Seedway’s advertising, promotions and event coordination. Leisenring will be instrumental in working closely with Seedway’s partners as well as literature development, direct advertising, event organization and social media marketing for Seedway’s farm, turf, and vegetable seed divisions.

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