Jan 23, 2020
Seedway redesigns, relaunches vegetable seed website

Hall, New York-based Seedway LLC, a subsidiary of Growmark Inc., is inviting customers to explore its new vegetable seed website. Seedway announced the relaunch of its new vegetable seed website Jan. 23.

According to a news release, the launch of the new Seedway website is a significant part of the 57-year-old company’s commitment to innovation and relevancy for today’s grower.

The new website has been designed to offer customers the ultimate user-friendly experience with improved navigation, product filters and shopping cart functionalitywhile allowing customers to see the depth of the Seedway product portfolio. The redesigned website has also been optimized for browsing on any screen size or device, including mobile phone compatibility.

Visitors to the new site can also stay informed with the latest Seedway news through the company’s News page. This page will contain richer online content such as technical tips, press releases, featured products and newsletters.

Key features of the new site include:

• Reorganized product categories and filters.

• Larger, more intuitive imagery and graphics.

• A more robust and predictive search tool.

• Responsive design for mobile-friendly experiences.

“The fact that the new site is part of the growing brand momentum is really exciting and we hope sends a message to our customers. We’re more committed than ever to constant innovation and change so that we can bring customers a half-century of experience coupled with a very current perspective on the marketplace and the agricultural industry,” said Matt Robson, Seedway director of marketing.

Seedway is a full-line seed company providing high quality, high-performing farm seed products as well as lawn and turf products in the northeast U.S. We offer a leading line of vegetable seed for growers from the Rocky Mountains to the Eastern seaboard, north to Ontario, Canada and along the West Coast into Mexico.

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