The Seedpod — Ep.13: The move to season-long testing

Farming is evolving into such a precise business, it only makes sense that soil, seed, and tissue testing and analysis all happen under one roof.

That’s the thinking behind SGS Biovision — a new company formed when SGS bought Biovision Seed Labs late in 2017. The lab offers farmers a one-stop-shop for testing and diagnostics.

SGS buys BioVision Seed Labs

In this special video version of The SeedPod, SGS Biovision’s director for seed and crop, Trevor Nystevold, joins Shaun Haney in the RealAg Lounge at FarmTech ’18 to talk about big changes at SGS Biovision, and how testing and diagnostics has evolved into a season-long service.


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