11-08-2011 05:21 PM
Seems like we hear this every year, but my Pioneer sales rep. told me this morning that the only grain sorghum seed he would guarantee availability was seed that was booked and paid for this fall. He has been in the business a long time and I don't think it is his style to say that just to get products booked and paid for early. I didn't ask about corn or soybeans, I only produce milo. Has anyone heard of any other company's that are predicting a shortage?
11-09-2011 06:35 AM
Re: Seed Availability
I am a Garst seed dealer and you are hearing the truth about seed availablity. Seed growers have the same problems as grain farmers and this year to its toll on some hybrids depending where it was grown so that in itself creates shortages for other varieties...MikeM