Tropical Vegetables

East-West Seed has a singular focus on tropical vegetables. It’s our passion, and it’s what sets us apart from our competitors. We seek out new and exciting market opportunities, always pushing to achieve better products for the smallholder farmers we serve. Our relationship with farmers and our desire to challenge the conventions of plant breeding are integral to the company’s success. We know the value that seed quality plays in our clients’ businesses and livelihoods, so East-West Seed ensures only the best seeds reach our customers.

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Bitter Gourd

Bitter Gourd

Bitter Gourd

One of East-West Seed’s hybrid superstars, our crop innovations with bittergourd started back in 1986.

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Cucumber

Cucumber

Cucumber

The Southeast Asian cucumber was in East-West Seed’s sights from the very ..

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Hot Pepper

Hot Pepper

Hot Pepper

East-West Seed has over 25 years of breeding expertise in hot peppers. The most ..

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Kangkong

Kangkong

Kangkong

Kangkong is one of the most widely-grown leafy vegetables in China and Southeast Asia ..

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Marigold

Marigold

Marigold

East-West Seed’s sun-loving marigolds are prolific plants. We’ve established ourselves in..

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Melon

Melon

Melon

A relative newcomer to the East-West Seed portfolio, the melon has been part of the company’s breeding program for just 10 years.

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East-West Seed Knowledge Transfer

Contributing to higher yield for smallholder farmers by sharing knowledge and skills.

Tomato

Tomato

Tomato

With a history of achievements that includes breeding for improved tolerance to bacterial wilt, resistance ..

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Watermelon

Watermelon

Watermelon

Over 20 years ago, the Thai watermelon market was dominated by one type of dark green watermelon only, with light red ..

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Wax Gourd

Wax Gourd

Wax gourd

Originally, the wax gourd was a little-known cucurbit in the market, and for this reason, a low breeding priority.

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Waxy Corn

Waxy Corn

Waxy Corn

East-West Seed’s revolutionary sweet corn varieties were responsible for developing a whole new market.

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