CommoditAg Adds Alta Seeds To Supplier List

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CommoditAg, the agriculture industry’s premier, trusted online marketplace of high-quality agriculture products, has added Alta Seeds, the US brand for Advanta, a world leader in seed, as its newest product supplier. Expanding on its variety of seed products, CommoditAg now offers grain sorghum hybrids with seed treatment options to meet every farmers’ needs.

“Providing a comprehensive offering of agriculture inputs to farmers and ranchers across the country is very important to us,” said John Demerly, CEO, CommoditAg. “We’re excited to add our newest supplier, Alta Seeds, to our expanding product line to provide customers with exclusive genetics and industry-leading sorghum products.”

Alta Seeds/Advanta is the leading supplier of grain sorghum genetics around the world, devoting many of its resources to the development of elite sorghum germplasm. The company focuses on improving genetics in several critical areas, including:

  • Yield 
  • Purity
  • Disease resistance 
  • Herbicide tolerance
  • Cold stress
  • Drought tolerance
  • Biomass generation

“We are very excited to be working with CommoditAg to expand the geography in which we offer our innovative products,” said Rusty Bevel, North America Director of Sales for Alta Seeds. “This offers customers ease and convenience, and significantly expands their product and technology choices to help make them more profitable.”

CommoditAg, founded in 2017, combines the efficiency and convenience of digital technology and e-commerce capabilities with deep-rooted agriculture knowledge to provide farmers and ranchers with a top-notch customer experience and the best value. The company offers a broad range of crop protection, lubricants, plant nutrition and animal nutrition products, as well as data services and precision technology, with delivery or same-day pick-up options available at one of more than 50 local fulfillment centers.


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