'American Farmer' TV series broadcasts segment featuring PanAmerican Seed this summer

'American Farmer' TV series broadcasts segment featuring PanAmerican Seed this summer

The show explores recent breakthroughs in plant breeding and showcases the team behind PanAmerican Seed’s flowers and vegetables.

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WEST CHICAGO, Ill. (August 2018) — PanAmerican Seed announces further broadcasting of its TV segment produced by DMG Productions (Jupiter, FL) for the highly acclaimed TV series American Farmer, a breakthrough program that showcases the latest advancements in agriculture and farming. The show will air Tuesday, Aug. 28, at 8:30 am EDT on RFD-TV. Check local listings for specific dates and times.

As a breeder and producer of F1 and open-pollinated flower and vegetable seed, PanAmerican Seed markets its products to both wholesale and retail distributors around the globe. The company says they continually strives to solve grower production and sales issues with high-quality products whose benefits are carried all the way to the consumer level.

American Farmer viewers get a behind-the-scenes look at PanAmerican Seed, gaining insight about the research involved to introduce new products and ensure they meet the demands of the market. The segment also sheds light in what makes PanAmerican Seed a leading breeder.

“PanAmerican Seed is excited to share our story and the groundbreaking efforts made to breed and produce our flower and vegetable seeds,” says Claire Josephson, PanAmerican Seed marketing manager. “The debut of our segment on American Farmer, and their subsequent rebroadcasts this year, will shine light on our HandPicked Vegetables to further educate fresh market and hobby farmers.”

For more information, visit www.panamseed.com.

Photo courtesy of PanAmerican Seed