The pace of change in corn hybrids and soybean varieties continues as new seed technologies are developed at an astounding rate. This makes it an especially exciting time in the industry, with each season bringing the potential for new traits and genetics in your fields. But that’s also why it’s important to have access to the latest technology to make profitable seed choices.

Agtegra carries multiple seed genetics in the following brands:






Seed Services

From top-quality seed choices to proven treatments and inoculants for soybean and wheat seed, Agtegra has the state-of-the-art facilities to best service you. Our facilities are designed to quickly and reliably load and treat bulk seed with gentle and consistent coverage.

Secure and prepay your seed with Agtegra early and benefit with discounts and flexible terms, including extended terms through January 15th with a signed prepay contract. You’ll also have the ability to change your seed order as needed prior to pick-up.

To make the most of your seed investment, save input costs and increase yield potential, enroll your acres for variable rate seeding with our MZB program. Visit Field Reveal to learn more.

Crop Protection

Weeds, insects, diseases and other pests. If it can happen to a crop in the Dakotas, Agtegra Agronomists can help you find an effective solution.

Individualized crop protection consulting is available throughout the growing season. Our Agronomists focus on maximizing crop yield and productivity for your unique needs with herbicides, fungicides, adjuvants and insecticides, as well as seed treatment recommendations.


Agtegra has a diverse line of dry and liquid fertilizers, anhydrous ammonia and micronutrients – all in stock and ready for your crop nutrient needs. Our custom application fleet stands ready to help you in the field, as well.

We partner with Prescription Agronomics, LLC to offer custom formulated liquid fertilizer to fit your soil’s nutrient needs. Visit to learn more.


Micronutrients such as manganese, zinc and copper are important for crop development. They are referred to as “micronutrients” because they are needed in the soil in smaller amounts compared to other essential agricultural nutrients like nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium.

Consistent field scouting, soil tests and plant tissue sampling are important parts of finding the right micronutrient program. Be on the lookout for visual symptoms of nutrient deficiency or for unexplained reductions in crop yield and talk with an Agronomist about what you’re seeing in the field. They’ll help you decide whether a micronutrient fertilizer application is right for your fields.