Receiving corn on the cob from the production field, starting from checking harvest documents, followed by weighing, checking the field quality status information, and seed varieties.
Sorting of corn cobs and classifying as good or reject before being put in the bin dryer. The process is supervised by quality assurance (QA) team that monitors water content and physical purity through sampling.
Drying cobs in a bin dryer with a temperature of 40-43º C (max) until the level of water reaches the desired point of 9.5 - 10%.
Another round of sorting and classifying of corn cobs from good and reject after it is dried and brought out of the bin dryer.
Shelling of corn cobs through a corn sheller machine - a process supervised by Quality Assurance (QA) team that also carries out moisture content sampling as well as physical purity.
Redundant - Shelling of corn on the cob through a corn sheller machine. In the process supervised by QA (Quality Assurance) team with moisture content sampling as well as physical purity.
Storage of seeds in jumbo bags or silos which is then kept sanitized through spraying, fogging, and fumigation to prevent pests' infestation and maintain seed quality.
Mixing seeds with insecticides, fungicides, dyes, and other chemicals in accordance with the dosage set by the company so that the seeds are more resilient and protected from pests and fungi before being distributed. This process is supervised by quality assurance team, ensuring appropriate moisture content and physical purity.
Placing seeds into packs (1kg or 5kg) and then bundled in a sack (20kg) after treatment for convenience distribution process. Packaged seeds adhere to the company and government standards.
Distribution of seeds using various routes, whether through land, sea, and air in accordance with procedures established by the company.