Prairie Road Organic Seed

Welcome to Prairie Road Organic Seed! We are dedicated to sustainability, resilience, and seed! We continually select our open pollinated seed for hardiness, earliness, vigor, quality, and taste. Anything that doesn't perform is culled out; so you benefit by only receiving our best seed!

All of our seed is grown on our farm near Fullerton, ND, which has been certified organic since 1977. Our certifying agency is International Certification Services in Medina, ND. We began producing certified organic vegetable seed for organic seed companies in 1997.

We are proud to offer our seed direct to gardeners and market growers under our own label, Prairie Road Organic Seed! Thank you for supporting regionally grown, open-pollinated seed!

Listing last updated on Apr 16, 2014

Certified organic, northern-grown, open-pollinated, vegetable seed! We are professional seed growers. Organic seed is our vocation! Our seed is selected every growing season for high germination rates, seedling vigor, hardiness, agronomic performance, quality traits, and taste. Our goal is high-quality seed that pays you back in high-quality performance!



Schedule and Location:

A list of seed rack locations in ND, SD, and MN coming soon!




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I ordered 3 different types of tomato seeds and they all germinated within 3 - 5 days. This is the first time I have ever had seeds germinate so quickly.... [more]


I am fortunate to live very close to this farm and for several years been able to buy a very limited number of these squash directly from the Podolls. I have taken them, in my suitcase, to several family celebrations including, New York, Germany and Oregon.... [more]


Prairie Road Organic Seed Farmers understand the importance of farming organically -- to be "a part of nature, rather than apart from it." They are dedicated to their land, crops and seed, and recognize the resilient value of biodiversity.... [more]

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