How Crop Seeds Get Their Color (and What it Means)

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Brilliant blues, emerald greens and shocking pinks: Those are just some of the colors you might see pouring into planter boxes on farms every spring. Color on seed has an important purpose, indicating seed that’s been treated and is only for planting. Behind those bright colors are also some pretty bright ideas to help seed get off to a strong start.