Why Produce in France?

As an undisputed leader in the field for more than 50 years, France has the ideal conditions for producing significant amounts of high-quality seeds.

These are all assets that client growers, seed companies, and breeders established in France testify to.

Superior Quality

“To me, it is the quality of French seeds that makes them stand out from seeds produced elsewhere. In terms of the way in which they are produced, these seeds are remarkable.”

Alexei, Crop Manager, Russia

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Experienced Seed Multiplication Growers

“As a production company, we rely on the growers’ work on a daily basis. Their experience, their technical competence, and their ability to adapt guarantee the quality of the end seed product.”

Didier Nury, General Manager, Top Semence

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Unique Expertise

“France has all the key factors for successful seed production. Its unique expertise is what we were seeking when we decided to invest here, just as many other international breeders.”

Matthieu Beaulaton, Manager – Operational Optimisation and Excellence/Europe – Bayer Crop Science

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Growing Maize


Good management of all planting parameters, to achieve crop establishment – a key stage in maize production.


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Determining fertilizer needs and adjusting the rates to maximize crop productivity.


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Limiting weed competition in order to preserve the crop potential, both in terms of yield and quality.


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The “Seeds for Future” Campaign

Several promotion events will be organised this year, focusing on European seeds.

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Maize Planting: the Key Stage

Planting should be done precisely and with the idea of good establishment quality in mind, as this has a decisive influence on the crop’s development and resulting yields. A solid mastery of all these parameters is vital at this stage.

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Maize Crop Steady in Spite of Disrupted World Market

Maize plantings sped up throughout Europe at the end of April, after rather cold weather conditions in the early part of the month. In spite of the soaring production costs, maize areas should not drop much in the EU. On the other hand, they are expected to be significant in Ukraine, as a result of the war.

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