Fruit Seeds
Plants produce Fruit Seeds as a result of fertilisation or sexual reproduction. In angiosperms, the ovary grows into the fruit, while the ovules grow into the seeds that are encased within the fruit. Gymnosperms and angiosperms both produce Fruit Seeds.

Cotton Seeds
Cotton Seeds are used for producing oil which has shown to have a good influence on the neurological system and boosting memory skills. Cotton seed oil aids in the absorption of Vitamin E in the body, which is why it is beneficial.

Hybrid Maize Seeds
The identity and arrangement of the two parent populations influence the result from the beginning of Hybrid Maize Seeds development. Each hybrid variety is made up of a unique mix of female which is seed-bearing and male which is pollen-bearing parents.
Paddy Seeds
To increase the production of high quality paddy, it is vital to employ high-quality Paddy Seeds. Because paddy seed may be infected with diseases such as bacterial leaf blight, brown spot and other pests, the seed should be treated to protect it from them.
Hybrid Millet Seeds
Millets are made from Hybrid Millet Seeds, which are also a good source of beta-carotene. This natural pigment functions as an antioxidant as well as a precursor to vitamin A, assisting the body in the battle against free radicals and promoting eye health.
Mustard Seeds
The Mustard Seeds are high in fibre, which aids in bowel movement and improves the digestive capacity of the body. Moreover, mustard seeds are also excellent for the bones because they contain selenium, a mineral that strengthens the bones. 
Sorghum Seeds
Sorghum is made from the Sorghum Seeds and has a remarkable nutritional profile. Moreover, sorghum has a lot of vitamins and minerals, as well as fibre and protein, all of which are beneficial to the health.
Sunflower Seeds
Sunflower Seeds include a chemical that inhibits an enzyme that causes blood vessels to contract. As a consequence, it may assist in the relaxation of the blood vessels, decreasing high blood pressure. Sunflower Seeds are also high in unsaturated fatty acids, particularly linoleic acid.
Sweet Corn Seeds
When the husks become brown, around 40 days after the silks emerge, the Sweet Corn Seeds is ready to harvest. Moreover, the seed is shelled with a hand crank sheller or by hand once it is completely dry.
Open Pollinated Vegetable Seeds
While hybrids have their advantages, opting for the Open Pollinated Vegetable Seeds types helps to preserve garden vegetable genetic variety as well as prevents the extinction of distinct variations in the face of declining agricultural biodiversity.


Back to top