Heasley Seeds

We are committed to helping you find the right seeds to meet your need, and we’re available around the clock to ensure you are equipped to grow high quality crops.


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WHAT WE DO

Our Products

We are a Syngenta seed advisor, and we carry Golden Harvest corn and Golden Harvest Extend Beans. We have a custom seed-treating site and an entire fleet of seed tenders to ensure our customers get exactly what they need.

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Our Services

We know being a farmer is not a 9-to-5 job, and we care about your success. So, Heasley Seeds is always open. We will deliver your seed late at night, on weekends, and even on holidays. If you're working, we're working.

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Equipping You

Our Agronomy Blog is updated regularly with tips to help your crops thrive and relevant information from leaders in the industry. And, once a year, experts share their knoweldge at our annual GrowU conference.

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FROM THE BLOG

Are you wondering about Conventional or Liberty beans? Consider this:
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Click the link below to read:   GH Soybeans Performance 2018 MSU Conventional vs Glyphosate vs LL...
Concerns with Mycotoxins in Corn.
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Mycotoxins in...
Agrisure Viptera controls Western Bean Cutworm.
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See lots of western bean cutworm and ear worm. The good news is Agrisure Viptera can solve all these problems very fast. Take a look at the brochure. Agrisure Viptera...
Tar Spot in Michigan.
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Click the link below to learn more about Tar spot. Tar Spot...
Brown Stem Rot (BSR) or Sudden Death Syndrome (SDS)
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Agronomy in Action Newsletter BSR or SDS in Soybeans....
Western Bean Cutworm
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Agronomy in Action Newsletter-Western Bean Cutworm. Agronomy in Action Newsletter Brown Stem Rot or Sudden Death Syndrome in Soybeans. Western bean Larvae VIDEO 2018 Alot of damage can be done with these...
Black Cutworm
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Black Cutworm Control Corn...
Weather — Wet soils — Plan B
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Agronomy in Action Newsletter Plan B - Shorter Season...
2018 Planting in wet soils.
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Agronomy in Action Newsletter When to change corn hybrids Agronomy in Action Newsletter Effects of Wet Saturated...
Still haven’t planted your corn?
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It's the middle of May and you still haven't planted your corn! Don't worry yet. Charles Scovill, CCA, answers some questions about delayed planting and gives come management tips, as well as addresses whether or not you should switch out the hybrids you have in the shed for earlier hybrids (spoiler alert: you shouldn't). Click here to read more....