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If you apply a pre-emergent fertilizer, you will not be able to put seed down for approximately three months. the pre-emergent will prevent the seed from germinating.
Paul Kubista is the owner and President of Twin City Seed. He started with TCS in 2011 as a sales representative and after five years, he purchased the business from TCS founder John Glattly. Today, he leads the TCS team as they continue to meet the needs of their customers while expanding their seed offerings into new markets. Recently, TCS was named Best Seed Company by Star Tribune’s Twin Cities Best.
Paul’s love for agriculture and the seed business started at a young age and was inspired by his father, Ron, who worked as a District Sales Manager for Pioneer Hi-Bred International. Growing up on a small hobby farm in Hutchinson, Minnesota, Paul was a member of the 4-H for his entire childhood. He was enterprising even as a child. Paul grew popcorn and sold it to area movie theaters, and also grew sweet corn, pumpkins, strawberries and more to sell at local farmers’ markets.
Paul received his Bachelor of Science in both agronomy and turf management from the University of Minnesota. He performed agronomy research at Pioneer Hi-Bred and worked as an agronomist at Gold Country Seed and then worked as an Assistant Superintendent at Woodhill Country Club in Wayzata, Minnesota before joining Twin City Seed.
With his agronomy and turf management background and hands-on experience in farming, landscaping, and golf course management, Paul can easily put himself in his customers’ shoes, and he is confident the TCS team can provide them solutions. He is always looking for new and innovative ways of doing things. Paul loves setting lofty goals for the company and then working to both fulfill and inspire his team to reach those goals.
Paul’s wife, Amy, also works with Twin City Seed, and the two of them have three daughters. Paul is also a volunteer fire fighter with the Long Lake Fire Department.