Top Quality Seed At Affordable Prices

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 over 25 years and look forward to helping you with your planting and fertilizing needs! Most orders ship in less than 24 hours.

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. Our catalog does not have glossy paper and pretty pictures but it does contain all the information needed for you to make decisions on the type of seed that best suits you.

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!

             
             

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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.

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Hay stored too wet can lead to heating and spontaneous combustion. Photo Credit: Penn State Extension.

Challenging weather patterns this spring and summer have made harvesting dry hay extremely difficult. Wet soils, humid conditions, and frequent rains have not been conducive to adequately drying hay. While it may be tempting to store hay slightly on the wet side to protect some yield and quality, there are many dangers in storing hay above 20% moisture. If you believe you have baled hay that is too wet, Hay temperature and related actions:

Temperature 125 degrees F -- No action needed.
Temperature 150 degrees F -- Entering the danger zone. Temperatures should be checked twice daily. If possible, stacked hay should be disassembled to allow more air to move around heated bales for cooling.
Temperature 160 degrees F -- Reaching the danger zone. Temperature should be checked every two hours. If possible, stacked hay should be disassembled to allow more air to move around heated bales for cooling.
Temperature 175 degrees F -- Hot spots or fire pockets are likely. If possible, stop all air movement around hay. Alert fire service of a possible hay fire incident.
Temperature 190 degrees F -- Remove hot hay. This should be done with the assistance of the fire service. The fire service should be prepared for hay to burst into flames as it contacts fresh air.
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Stop By and See Us at Booth 47!

We will have plenty of Carlton's Popcorn available for Purchase. Interested in a large quantity, give us a call at 717-225-3730 and reserve yours today.
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