Tools to sell seed and serve customers

Examples of what seed reps and managers can do


  • Work with MyFarms to custom-build a home for your company’s proprietary genetic research.
  • Populate the database with every agronomic, disease, and insect characteristic discovered for each product.
  • Use this data to help customers find the best product based on their production practices and concerns.


  • Create unique agronomic zones.  
  • Assign data to each zone that reflect which agronomic characteristics matter most and least.  You can even prevent certain products from being recommended if they are not well suited to a particular zone.   
  • Use this data to help customers find the best product based on their field location.

Seed Placement

  • Use a custom-built software experience based on your company’s unique philosophy and genetic research to create field-specific planting plans for each customer.
  • Automatically calculate the best population for each field based on field, machinery, and seed characteristics.
  • Our commitment to your satisfaction ensures we work on your software experience until you are pleased with the recommendations.

Placement Summary Report

  • Deliver a polished Placement Summary Report, making it easy for customers to use your data-driven seeding recommendations.
  • For the non-digital farmer, print the report to make life easier for him.
  • Included are forms to track fertilizer, spraying, and harvest operations.

Variable Rate Seeding

  • Load your proprietary knowledge of how each seed product responds to population in different yield environments.
  • Invite customers to put their field productivity knowledge to work.
  • Then combine the data to achieve what was previously impossible: discover the optimal seeding rate for each acre based on science, not just hope.

TouchPoint Tools

  • Distribute agronomic tips based on what farmers care about most.
  • Help your entire team rally around the concerns, objectives, and approaches of each farmer you serve.
  • Build deeper relationships by capturing production practices and preferences.