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Asgrow Leads the Way

The right soybean can push your yield potential further. 
Asgrow® brand soybeans offer advanced genetics and weed control flexibility to help maximize ROI. 

The Line Forms Here

Stay out in front with Asgrow brand soybeans. Featuring 100% exclusive genetics and leading agronomic expertise to elevate your performance every season.


Drive Out Weeds

Drive profitability and manage tough-to-control weeds with the combined performance of Asgrow brand soybeans and XtendFlex® Technology.


The Best Bushel Is the Next Bushel

There’s always one more to be done, to be earned, to be found. The next bushel may be in the genetics or in the next generation. 
Wherever it is, we’ll find it. Then we’ll find the next one.

Stay Out in Front

Asgrow brand soybeans boast unmatched, best-in-class soybean performance through 100% exclusive genetics. See local results to discover which products perform best in your area.

The Tools for Success

Success relies on having the right tools for the job. Elevate your performance with tools and resources developed by Asgrow.

Added Protection. Added Yield.

Minimize risk and maximize performance with the innovative trait technology, digital tools and comprehensive localized agronomic advice offered by Asgrow.

Why Asgrow?

Asgrow has led the way for more than 40 years, helping farmers get consistent performance through seed innovations and high-yield practices.

Success Stories

Real farmers share their stories of triumph.

Terry Novak

The consistent performance of Asgrow soybeans helps farmer Terry Novak of northeast Nebraska perform through heavy rains and cool temperatures without sacrificing yield.

Todd Hanten

Todd Hanten of eastern South Dakota loves farming. He started at 15 with dairy cattle, where he discovered his love of animals. Then he moved to raising corn and soybeans, where he discovered the reward of harvesting a bountiful crop.

Jack Scott

Jack Scott farms the same land in the Red River Valley of North Dakota that his great-grandfather homesteaded in 1880. The kid in him still likes the equipment, while the adult in him takes great pride in carrying on the family legacy.

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