Pennsylvania Testimonials

Bob Hines – Duncannon, PA

“A6664 has been a good hybrid for me for years.  It has been the highest yielding hybrid I have ever had on my farm with a field average last year of 240 bushels per acre.  It has withstood the drought and just about everything else that has been thrown at it.  I always get comments and questions every time it is planted along the road.”


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I planted Augusta 5663 this year and not only did it yield great, but it was healthy!  It came up well, had great green life, great roots and stalks with big ear flex.  A5663 is everything we need on our farm!”


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“When we got into the Augusta 5663 we had to stop harvesting and check it out.  In a high disease environment it fared better than anything else we had.  It had a perfect ear placement and extremely high starch numbers.  A5663 is just about perfect for what we need on our farm.”


Marshall Arrowood – Oxford, PA

“I have planted Augusta 5566 for the last couple of years and it always comes up good, has big ear flex at lower populations and handles the stress well.  It has always done well for me.”


Charles Chilcoat – Seven Valleys, PA

“The Augusta 5565 has been a benchmark hybrid on my farm.  It is short in stature and dries down good in PA.  If I could only plant one corn it would be A5565!”


Adam Ross – Coburn, PA

“The Augusta 5262 has been our go to silage corn for the past 3 years.  It did 30 tons this year and in the drought year it still did 21 tons without pushing it.  When we ran the digestability number, we were very pleased.”


Gary Imes – Mifflintown, PA

“I’ve been planting Augusta for several years because they have healthy, stress tolerant corns.  This A5162 looks great!”


Phil Thompson – Airville, PA

“In early July we had extreme heat and it was dry.  The Augusta 5065 was planted with 3 competitors and the A5065 handled the stress better, by far, than the competitors.  It yielded around 250 bushels per acre dryland last year and looks just as good this year.”


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 words really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I really like the A3750 (100 RDM) and A4759 (109 RDM).  They both handle our stress and dry down fast!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Adam Ross – Coburn, PA

“This is our second year with A4759 and we love it!  It’s healthy, uniform and consistent.  We have had it on our worst ground and good ground and it has never let us down.”


Stan, Daryl and Josh Reinford – Mt. Holly Springs, PA

“This A4759-3111GT has made a good crop even with the excessive rain and disease this year.  We chopped part of it and it made good tonnage.  It looks like we’ll get a good yield on the remainder that we shell.”


Stan, Daryl and Josh Reinford – Mt. Holly Springs, PA

“This A4759-3111GT has made a good crop.  We chopped part of it and it made good tonnage.  It looks like we’ll get a good yield on the remainder that we shell.  It looks good considering the excessive rain and disease this year.”


Charlie Marsch – Green Lane, PA

“Augusta 4759 is what all grain producers need to try in PA.  My customers like its standability, dry down and nice ear size.  It topped many farms last year.  Give me a call and try a few bags. You won’t regret it!” 267-718-0601


Erica Jones – Oxford, PA, Jonathan Lapp – Oxford, PA

“Jonathan did a yield check on this A4759 and it was a little over 200 bushels per acre!  It’s planted about on the Mason-Dixon Line.  We like fast dry down and the A4759 sure looks good.  Call us for your Augusta Seed needs.”

Erica Jones: 484-683-5290

Jonathon Lapp: 610-932-8421


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 works really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.” Dealer - 484-357-7008


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 works really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“The A4759 (109 RDM) is a leading hybrid for strong yields and fast dry down!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 484-357-7008


Wayne Dunbar – Bangor, PA

“A4759 has nice ear size and good plant health.  I really liked it last year, that’s why it’s here again!”


Wayne Dunbar – Bangor, PA

“A4759 has nice ear size and good plant health.  I really liked it last year, that’s why it’s here again!  We have no-tilled for over 20 years.”


Tom Brodzina – Warriors Mark, PA

“This is my second year planting A4759-3111GT.  I know Augusta selected this hybrid specifically for PA." Dealer - 814-404-4554


Tom Brodzina – Warriors Mark, PA

“This is my second year planting A4759-3111GT.  I know Augusta selected this hybrid specifically for PA.  It’s a hearty hybrid with good dry down and high yield potential.  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 814-404-4554


Stan Bange – Shippensburg, PA

“A4759 is performing well.  I like its standability and plant health for the heavy disease pressure we are under this year.  I chopped some and it yielded good.  I shelled the rest and it was 30 bushels better than the competitor Call me for your Augusta Seed needs" 814-386-8040


Merle Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“I really like the A3750 (100 RDM) and A4759 (109 RDM).  They both handle our stress and dry down fast!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Jim Yothers – Bedford, PA

“A3750-3111GT is my new favorite hybrid.  I still like A2852 but this A3750 has performed great.  It is starting to black layer as this picture was taken, just look at the green life!  We’ve had more than 40 inches of rain since May 1, too much, but this A3750 handled it well.”  814-977-8738


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“I really like the Augusta 3750.  Not only does it have a good ear placement for the way we harvest, but it puts on a consistent ear throughout the field.  The overall health was very good in a tough disease year and it yielded great.  For anyone who needs an early season corn, the Augusta 3750 would be a wise choice.”


Cory Schrecengost – Blairsville, PA

“I planted my A3750-3111GT on May 5th.  We’re now late August and this is the healthiest corn that I’ve ever seen this time of year.  It looks fantastic!  Final stand 27K population and it is hand checking 255 bushels per acre!”


Jerry Barrett – New Bethlehem, PA

“We’ve planted A2852 for years.  It’s a consistent performer that we like.”


Sean Kneebone – Bangor, PA

“A4759 words really well for my customers.  It has yield, dry down and stress tolerance for our soils.  The new A4858 (108 RDM) and A2756 (106 RDM) are showing up well in our area.  Call me and order Augusta Seed.” 484-357-7008


Weeping Acre Dairy – Lancaster, PA

“The A1165 is an overall nice plant.  It has a big girthy ear and its digestability analysis came back outstanding!  It was the best corn in our plot.”


John & Diane Strockoz – Lehighton, PA

“The A6664 has giant ears and exceptional yield.  We have never seen such high yields on that part of the farm.”


Sean Kneebone, Augusta Seed Dealer – Bangor, PA

“I will have to say that A4759 is the real deal.  Fast dry down and great yields.  Another hybrid I really like is the A6664.  It has great standability.  It is still standing great for me as of 12/11/17!”

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Bob Hines – Duncannon, PA

“I planted the Augusta 6664 this year and it yielded over 240 bushels per acre.  It’s the highest yielding corn I have every had on my farm!”


Glenn Book – Lancaster, PA

“It was my first year planting the Augusta 6664.  It yielded great and stood well for me.  It did so well I doubled my order for next year!”


Charles Chilcoat – Seven Springs, PA

“If I could only plant just one corn it would definitely be A5565.  You can’t beat its yield and it dries down fast.”


Joel Deardorff – Dover, PA

“A2956 has done the job for three years for me.”


Justin Cunfer – Lexington, PA

“When we went from the national brand to the Augusta 2956 it seemed like more corn was coming in and the bins filled up faster.  It stood well, yielded great and we are very pleased.”


Carlin, Merle & Jeremy Zimmerman – Lebanon, PA

“For years now we have relied on A2847 (97 RDM).  For an early corn or after barley this one never disappointed us!  Call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 717-821-5125


Joel Steigman – Halifax, PA

“A2847 (97 RDM) has a lot of drought tolerance.”


Joel Steigman – Halifax, PA

“Augusta 2847 (97 RDM) has a nice uniform ear size, has great yield potential for a 97 day corn and has a lot of drought tolerance.”


Glen Weaver – Millmont, PA

“I am real happy with A2340.  I planted it the first week of June and it has looked great all summer.  It had good vigor and grow off with little disease.  I’m looking forward to harvest to see the results.  Based on the way it has performed this summer, I’m planning to plant A2340 next year!”


Dan Slaymaker – Columbia Crossroads, PA

“I’ve used several of the Augusta short season corns for two years.  They have a great disease resistance package and very good silage digestibility.  The A2340 (90 RDM) corn will be my main hybrid this year.”


Scott Pensak – Factory, PA

“Augusta Seed has been great for us.  This year the 90 day A2340 had two ears on most stalks.  We had plenty left to shell because it made so much tonnage.  We’ll keep planting Augusta.  Please call me for your Augusta Seed needs.” 570-407-4307