Top Quality Seed At Affordable Prices

Celebrating 30 Years!

American Seed is a full line, American owned, seed company specializing in quality seed at affordable prices. We supply golf courses, landscapers, contractors, stores, farmers and home owners with all their seed and seed related items. We have been in business for 30 years and look forward to helping you with your planting and fertilizing needs! 

Our guarantee to you – All of our seed is thoroughly tested for vitality and germination, and every package is marked with the results of these tests. We guarantee arrival in good condition and warrant to the full amount of the purchase price that our seeds are of good quality and true to name as described on the package. In keeping with our policy on all garden, turf and agricultural seeds, our goal is to give you the highest quality seed available at the best prices possible

We are a full line seed company. We carry many kinds of grass seed, farm seed, pasture mixes, fertilizer, lime, mulch, chemicals and many other seed related items. If it is not in the catalog or on the website, please give us a call!


             

             

ATTENTION PLEASE NOTE:
We DO NOT produce SEED PACKETS that are sold at WalMart, Walgreens, Dollar Stores etc…with the name “AMERICAN SEED” on them and WE ARE NOT affiliated in any way with “Plantation Products” in Norton, MA. Please direct all complaints about paper seed packets to the place of purchase or call Plantation Products at 508-285-5800 or click here.

2 weeks ago

American Seed Co.
American Seed is offering an early pay discount on field corn of 8% until October 31, 2021. Act now to get the best deal!8% if received by 10/31/217% if received by 11/30/216% if received by 12/21/214% if received by 01/22/22View our available field corn below:ttps://www.americanseedco.com/product-category/field-corn/ ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

American Seed Co.
It is now time to apply the 3rd step of our Fertilizer program to your lawn. 18-24-12 has no chemicals and will not damage any freshly planted seed. Set your Spreader to #4, then sit back and enjoy the winter....... Next step will be in the Spring! ... See MoreSee Less
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4 weeks ago

American Seed Co.
Garlic Has Arrived!! We have Soft Neck and Hard Neck. Order online, or visit our store M-F 8-5 and Saturday 8-12. ... See MoreSee Less
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2 months ago

American Seed Co.
It's time to plan your vegetable garden cover crop! Stop by the retail store or give us a call and we will work with you to determine which crop to use and how much you will need. Oats, rye, wheat, barley, sorghum, clovers, buckwheat, austrian winter pea, alfalfa, tilling radish, hairy vetch, rape and inoculant are in stock! New this year to our line up is crimson clover, our most requested cover crop this past season.The use of cover crops (green manure) is an excellent management practice for the home vegetable gardener. The crop is used to "cover" the soil of an otherwise bare garden, typically in the fall for most vegetable gardens. Cover crops improve soil health which results in improved production the following season.Benefits of cover crops:Increase soil health and structureReduce soil compactionPrevent erosionSuppress weedsMaintain soil moistureAdd winter interestCover crops are divided into two main categories: legumes and non-legumes. Legumes take nitrogen from the air and convert it into a form used by plants. It is recommended that legume seed be inoculated with species-specific rhizobacteria for maximum nitrogen fixation to occur. Using inoculated seed will provide the required fertility without helping the weeds, thus reducing the need to apply nitrogen fertilizers. Use a combination of legumes and non-legumes for the best results. Suggested CropsLegumesCrimson clover - sow in spring or fall, reseeding annual, tolerates some shade, bright red flowers attract pollinatorsField peas – sow early spring to summer, annual, tops can be harvested for edible shoots.Hairy vetch – sow in fall, perennial, will regrow in the springWhite clover – sow in spring to late summer, perennial, slow to establishNon-LegumesAnnual ryegrass – sow in spring to late summer, annualBuckwheat – sow in spring, annual, grows quicklyOats – sow in spring or late summer, annualTilling radish – sow in fall, fast-growing, taproots reduce compactionWinter rye – sow in late summer, perennialWinter wheat – sow in fall, hardy annualIn the fall, immediately after vegetable harvest, remove weeds and plant debris. Sow cover crop seeds, allowing at least four weeks of growth before cold weather. Water when needed.In the spring, turn cover crops under at least three weeks before planting to allow organic matter to decompose. Flowering cover crops should not be allowed to go to seed. A good rule of thumb is to turn these under when about one-third of the plants are in flower. This is the point where the plant will provide the greatest amount of biomass and nutrients to the soil.Valerie Vaughan Sesler (Master Garden Coordinator, Penn State University) ... See MoreSee Less
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