Vegetable Seed Production New Zealand
Midlands Seed specialises in high value seed multiplication, focusing on achieving positive outcomes for both our grower suppliers and our international buyers.
This area of our business centres around two key product groups;
- Vegetable seed, with emphasis on high value hybrids which are produced for leading international seed companies. This includes but is not limited to onion seed production, carrot, redbeet, radish as well as numerous Asian brassicas, and hybrid canola seed production
- Herbage seed, notably temperate grasses and legumes, particularly ryegrass and white clover, for international market
Research and Agronomy
Midlands has a strong focus on research to ensure successful hybrid seed production and the best agronomic practises. Our skilled Agronomists have many years of experience with specialist crops and local knowledge, we have excellent relationships with local grow suppliers, maintaining the reputation of Midlands Seed as New Zealand’s leading seed production company. Buyers are continually updated on the crop prospects and encouraged to visit the growing sites. We have a commitment to quality including the post-harvest supervision of cleaning and processing of the product to meet the customers’ requirements
For further information, please click here to view our Seed Multiplication Product List.
All of the Products listed above are GE Free.
Products marked with a * are available Hybrid and OP.
Products marked with a + are available Hybrid Only.
Polypropylene sacks: 25kg
Bulk bags: 500kg & 1000kg
Other selected packaging options available on request.
Please note minimum production areas apply for all products and are available on request.
Seed Multiplication of other products is available on request.
Our vision and commitment to be a world class producer and supplier of high value arable production, through continued innovation and trustworthy business practices, has contributed to the company’s position at the forefront of the New Zealand and Australian arable industry