Sakata Seed America Launches CEA-Focused Website – Produce Blue Book
In 2019, Sakata Seed America has become a leader in the breeding world to focus on an array of existing genetics that are proving exceptional in the CEA market. Led by Sakata’s Tracy Lee Zogby, who worked primarily in Sakata’s Home Garden group, Sakata quickly noticed the synergy between CEA’s emerging and exponentially growing market and their existing business groups.
“We have started testing and exploring existing Sakata genetics that have shown promise for indoor and CEA environments. Our genetics are bred for exceptional horticultural traits, adaptability and production advantages that also applied to various CEA environments,” says Tracy Lee Zogby, CEA Manager.
“I think what gives us an advantage is our expertise in all applicable crop segments. Our goal is to be a source of knowledge and support as the CEA market grows and major players continue to navigate and grow their product assortments in somewhat uncharted waters,” continues Zogby.
SakataCEA.com is a large-scale online resource catalog of all that Sakata’s CEA program has to offer. It comprises the entire CEA product portfoliodownloadable literary materials and tools for the success of culture, a digital order form template and trial information, a fully responsive solution map of seed distributorsand one personal directory for easy access to product support in your region.
“Through strategic collaborations, exceptional genetics and ongoing breeding efforts coupled with expansion and investment in our research and development team, we feel well equipped to grow our CEA partnerships and deliver quality seed. strong offering to the category, backed by excellent service and support,” concludes Zogby.
About Sakata Seed America
Based in Morgan Hill, California, Sakata Seed America is a major research, seed production and marketing-distribution subsidiary of Sakata Seed Corporation, established in 1913. Sakata Seed America serves as the headquarters for North American operations. Sakata’s goal is to quickly and efficiently meet industry expectations for quality seeds, innovative genetics, and excellent greenhouse and field performance.