Condor Seed Production is pleased to announce that they have become and Alforex Seed Dealer and beginning in the 2016-17 planting season, will be offering growers in Yuma, La Paz and Imperial Counties, the first low lignin, non-dormant alfalfa varieties more »

Bacterial Leaf Spot (Pseudomanas syringae) is a devastating crop disease effecting Swiss Chard, Red Beets and Coriander and other crops. Disease pressure appears to be raising in Mexico, the USA and Canada. Growing areas in Oregon and Washington have been especially hard more »

At the ASTA’s 2016 Vegetable and Flower Conference, held in Anaheim, Condor’s General Manager, Tom Tolman, sat down for an interview with Seed World. Tom talks about Condor’s 30-year history and the importance of putting people first.  Just follow the more »

It may be cold and blistery where you are but for many in the seed business, January is a busy month.  This is the time of year when various seed industry groups gather for Trade Shows and Conferences.   First up more »

Our featured seed for this week is Parsley, Italian Giant. Italian Giant is great to use in many different dishes due to it’s great flavor. This parsley is mainly used for cooking while the curled type of parsley is used as a garnish. Click on the read more tab for a link to this variety. Read More…

The ISF 2014 World Seed Conference starts next week in Beijing, China. We look forward to meeting with new and current customers of ours. See you there! Read More…

This weekend the annual Yuma Lettuce Days Festival will be going on. It’s a great place to learn what going on in local agriculture. Click on the read more tab to learn more about this festival. Read More…

Some of our employees will be attending the Southwest Agriculture Summit on February 26th and 27th. See you there! You can learn more about it by clicking the read more link. Read More…

We will be at the ASTA conference from January 25th-28th. Make sure to look for us. Read More…

We have started doing year end inventory this week so some of us may be a little busy. If someone is unavailable, they will get back to you as soon as possible.

You can now follow us on Facebook or Linkedin. Just search for us on either websites or you can click the “Follow” and “Like” buttons on the left side of our home page. We will try and keep you updated with everything that is going on with Condor Seed. Read More…

We hope that everyone has a safe holiday season this year. Condor Seed will be closed on Christmas day (Dec. 25th) and New Year’s day (Jan. 1st).

Just a reminder to everyone that our company Christmas party is on December 17th at Da Boyz Downtown.

Some of our production has matured enough to be swathed and is in the beginning stages of drying. Our bright sunny weather is perfect for these processes. Click on the read more tab for some pictures. Read More…

Over the past couple of weeks our vegetables have started to bloom. This is all part of the long process of seed production. Click the read more tab for some pictures. Read More…

Hot on the heels of the Southwest Agriculture Summit is the Yuma Lettuce Days festival. This event will be held on March 9th and 10th in Yuma, Arizona. Click on the read more tab for more information. Read More…

If you were ever wondering how big agriculture is in Yuma Arizona, click the read more tab for an article about Yuma agriculture. Read More…