Seed company builds on efficiencies
Channel works year-round to monitor progress and provide advice and service to optimize the success of a farming operation.
Representatives scout for insects and weeds and keeping producers updated with the latest agronomic news and offering strategies to work around challenges, according to the company in a news release.
A Channel seed representative is walking customer fields, checking in often, looking for the best way to help producers get the most out of their conditions, while keeping an eye on challenges and staying on top of what’s new, officials said. “Seedmanship” means not just representing a company that sells seed, but one that offers personal service, elite products and expert advice.
Channel specializes in corn, soybeans, sorghum, and alfalfa. Every bag of Channel seed represents the commitment to providing farms with the best products available, officials said, adding Channel has a direct connection to Monsanto, a company recognized as a leader in seed and trait technology. The germplasm is sourced globally, tested locally, and then combined with the latest traits and treatments to ensure performance potential on producers’ acres.
Monsanto invests nearly $3 million per day in research and development to continually develop and commercialize new seed technologies, Channel representatives said. The seed technologies, enable farmers to realize better profit potential, wider choices for seed and better risk management.
For more information, see a dealer or visit www.channel.com.