Identifying treated seed
It is Federal Law in the United States for any treated seed to have a
colorant added to prevent treated seed from entering the food or
feedstuff markets, which could lead to accidental consumption.
colorants identify treated seed,
reducing mishandling of seed treated with active ingredients such as
fungicide or insecticide. With the help of seed colorants and
coatings, producers will feel confident that their seed investment is
the appearance of the seed
Enhanced seed appearance will give your
company a distinct competitive advantage in the marketplace.
unique seed technologies
Colors can be used to segregate
technologies, such as herbicide resistance. This can help eliminate
confusion at planting, which minimizes potential costly wrong chemical
applications for the grower.
Differentiating your seed from the seed of
help seed companies by giving their product a distinctive look, and it
also opens unlimited options to uniquely brand technologies.
Underwood has a wide variety of standard seed colorants and Custom Colorants
to meet your needs. Our commitment is to help seedsmen make themselves as
distinctive in their market as they want to be.