Seeds are nutrient-rich foods that are rich in healthy fats. They provide a lot of flavour, texture, and nutrition to our diets. One can choose from the variety that is available as per their needs. Although cereal grains, nuts, and beans too are technically seeds but today we will discuss some of the most common seeds.

Types of seeds

Certified Common Seeds

Certified seed is the seed of a variety produced under seed certification standards to preserve varietal purity. Seed lots should also meet stated standards, including inert matter, different plants, weed seeds, and germination. Certified seed is free of prohibited noxious weed seeds. An approved seed removal plant and field review need to pass, conditions all certified seed, and also subsequently be sampled and pass lab testing before it could be sold as seed.

Soybean Seeds

Soybeans originate in Asia, and their fresh shell and dry forms are highly regarded for their yield, protein, and oil content, as well as a multitude of nutritional uses. Typically used at the green shell stage as “edamame,” other applications include green and dry cooking, flour, soy milk, tofu, soy sauce, and miso. Dry soybeans average 40% protein and 18% oil.

Wheat Seeds

The wheat seed has the ability to self-pollinate and also this feature eased the selection of distinct domestic varieties. Domesticated wheat has larger grains and the seeds (spikelets) remain connected to the ear with a foul-smelling rachis throughout harvesting. As the characteristics that improve wheat as a food origin also involve the loss of the plant’s natural seed dispersal mechanisms.

Paddy Seeds

Paddy is the most important crop in India; it is cultivated in a higher ratio across the country. There are several different varieties of paddy seeds available in the market, and those seeds can be identified manually by looking at its various features like shape, size, texture, etc., which sounds to be a tedious task for everyone. At present, the identification of paddy seed variety mainly depends on climate change and the paddy field method in India.

Groundnut Seeds

Groundnut is an important oilseed crop suitable for cultivation in tropical areas of the world. Groundnut is believed to be a native of South America and scientifically known as Arachis hypogaea L., an underground legume, derived from Greek. A unique feature of this plant is its quick adaptability to a wide variety of climatic conditions. Groundnut seeds are a rich source of edible oil (43-55%), as well as protein (25-28%). About two-thirds of world production is crushed for oil, and the remaining one third is consumed as nuts. The cake or meal is used as animal feed, and the shell provides quality fodder.

Chickpeas Seeds

Chickpea, being a legume, belongs to the botanical family of Fabaceae, subfamily Faboideae. It is a semi-erect annual with a deep taproot. Worldwide, two main types of chickpea, Desi and Kabuli, are cultivated. Kabuli types, grown in temperate regions, are large-seeded and mainly consumed as a whole seed. In contrast, Desi types, grown in semiarid tropical and subtropical areas, are mostly consumed as split dhal or turned into flour. Chickpea seed contains about 20% protein, 5% fat and 55% carbohydrates

Coriander Seeds

Coriander seeds are plump and brown, have a hollow cavity which bears essential oils that lend to the flavor of the dishes when used in cooking. They are harvested when the plant turns brown, and its leaves start to dry and fall. Immature seeds are light green in color and taste quite bitter. Apart from being a popular spice in the kitchen, coriander seeds are also known for their medicinal properties.

Cumin Seeds

Cumin is the dried seed of the herb Cuminum cyminum, which is a member of the parsley family. The flowering plant belongs to the family Apiaceae, and it’s native from the east Mediterranean to India. Both whole and ground cumin seeds, which are found within the dried fruit of the plant, are used for cooking in several cultures. It also has many uses as a traditional medicinal plant – particularly because of its ability to help fight infections and aid the digestive system.

Grass Seeds

Seeds are chosen from the grass plants. The seeds may come from grasses which have not been mowed, but allowed to grow tall and also possess seed heads (called inflorescences) emerge, either flower (the flowering stage is where the small anthers, just one or 2 per floret, stand out to permit pollination by wind or animals brush facing it), then recede into dormancy. From the time of flowering to dormancy, the seeds at the inflorescence will form very similar to that of Broad-leaved flowers, with the seed growing in size (or as significant since the floret will allow) and hardening of this heart of that seed.

Gram Seeds

Gram seeds have a coat and are dark and small. It is beautifully cultivated in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Iran and Mexico. From the vegetarian culinary scenario, gram seed is a prominent ingredient. It is utilised for making curries. In southern India, green grams are picked and consumed as a snack, and the leaves are added in the making of salads.

Maize Seeds

Maize seeds are one of the most versatile emerging crop shaving more extensive adaptability under varied agro-climatic conditions. As it’s got the genetic yield potential on the list of cereals, maize is referred to as the queen of cereals. It is cultivated on nearly 150 m ha in about 160 states having full diversity of soil, climate, biodiversity and management clinics that leads 36 per cent from the international grain production.

Proposed Packaging from Knack

Seeds are an essential part of agriculture. It is the reason new plants grow and flourish. With the help of our superior, and innovative systems of production, Knack Packaging designs, produces and supplies a broad range of agricultural products like seeds. This industry needs a diverse variety of bags respective to the category of products they offer, and hence we produce a wide range of bags for them. It includes the BOPP  laminated PP woven bags in the 5kg to 50kg categories & two variants of handle bags; Top opened bottom stitched and the Top open bottom gusseted bag especially in the 5kg to 10kg Pack sizes. We can offer them in standard Circular Woven construction, Back seam construction and the trending Pinch bottom bags also.

  • It is necessary to pack the seeds safely and adequately to preserve its qualities. The seed packaging material by Knack Packaging allows quality packaging support.
  • Our packaging material is made under the strict regulation of our talented specialists that ensure its durability.
  • We add layers to the packaging material wherever needed to guarantee the safety of the product and see to it that it does not get damaged during transportation.
  • While production, we confirm that the packaging is designed in an engaging way, which looks fascinating to the farmers.


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