GoldLeaf Seed is the name growers worldwide trust for quality tobacco seed.
For almost two decades, growers worldwide have trusted GoldLeaf Seed for quality seed and service. GoldLeaf Seed was built on the tradition and seed heritage of Coker Seed Co., McNair Seed Co., and Northrup King.
We continue to offer several popular varieties that were originated by these notable seed companies. Building on this foundation through our research and breeding program, GoldLeaf Seed continues to develop new varieties as well as exclusively license varieties from NC State University.
Our wide selection of flue-cured and burley varieties can meet your need for yield, quality, and disease resistance. GoldLeaf is the company you trust for traceable, quality, high germinating seed for a quality tobacco crop.
You just can’t beat K 326 it’s the one everyone else judges their tobacco varieties by. We trade land with our neighbors to keep clean fields. K 326 works in our operation and that why a majority of our acres are planted with K 326.Breland Farms
Ruffin, SCK 326
This is still the most favorable and remarkable tobacco on the market. We will continue planting a majority of our acres into NC196. This year NC 196 handled the hot and dry conditions and grew into a fine crop.Randy Edwards Farms
Wendell, NCNC 196
We have planted NC 196 every year since it was released and that is why it’s on a majority of our acres. We like its ease of management in the field plus it tolerates dry weather. For us we top it at 24 leaves for yield and quality. Companies just like NC 196.Keel Brothers Farm
Robersonville, NCNC 196
NC 196 is our main tobacco variety. It is performing well on all soils, yields are good and we like the quality. Cures bright orange and the disease resistance is good.Vick Family Farms
Wilson, NCNC 196
All of our K-326 was planted late and despite the hot and dry weather it still produced a nice plant and we topped it to 20-22 leaves. Every year it the last we harvest because of it’s late season holding ability.Blizzard Farms Inc.
Snow Hill, NCK 326
This is the second year we have planted GF 318. There is nothing wrong with this tobacco. It grew off well in the greenhouse and it the field. Seems to be earlier to come off than NC 196. We got C grades on the X’s and B grades on the C’s. Cured up to a more orange color. We will plant more GF 318 and NC 196 on our farm next year.Corey Farms
Robersonville, NCGF 318
Our GF 318 did very well handling the hot dry conditions this year. It’s a very rich fancy tobacco that will definitely fit the export market. We will be dropping other varieties and replace with GF 318. Next year we will plant only two varieties –GF 318 and NC196.Dawson Farms LLC
Stantonsburg, NCGF 318
This is a good overall tobacco. GF 318 will really respond to water and fills out. We had very good yields with GF 318 and it cured up easy and to a good clear orange color. We planted the NC 196 and the GF 318 at about the same time and were able to start stripping the GF 318 in August and let the NC 196 hold for later.Emerson Road Farms
Dryfork, VAGF 318
We have planted K346 for the past 7 years as our main tobacco variety. Did not have a problem this year and it handled the weather well. We are on a four year rotation and that has worked well. For the coming year we will continue to plant K 346 and NC 196.Mullins, SCK 346
K 346 has been very consistent and reliable variety. It’s a tobacco we always use in our mix. We are pleased with the quality and poundage.Mullins, SCK 346