Clean Seed Capitals CX-6 Smart Seeder wins Sterling Innovation Award as well as the 2014 Peoples Choice Innovation Award

Clean Seed Capitals CX-6 Smart Seeder wins Sterling Innovation Award as well as the 2014 Peoples Choice Innovation Award

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Vancouver, British Columbia / ACCESSWIRE / June 24 , 2014 / Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd. (“Clean Seed” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: CSX) is pleased to announce it received the Sterling Innovation Award as well as the prestigious People’s Choice Innovation Award for the second consecutive year at the 2014 Canada’s Farm Progress Show, the largest agricultural exhibition in the country.


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“The CX-6 Smart Seeder was a big hit with farmers and the business crowd”, stated the Western Producer.

Clean Seed and the CX-6 SMART Seeder was an immediate sensation days prior to the show opening as the machine was being positioned in the Innovations Building. Once the show began, large crowds of farmers, agriculture experts, agronomists, industry leaders and the media flocked to witness the unveiling of the company’s 60ft Smart Seeder. “The company’s SMART Seeder exhibit was extremely popular and significantly contributed to the buzz of Canada’s Farm Progress Show for the full 3 days. The positive response was nothing short of remarkable”, stated Graeme Lempriere, CEO.

Clean Seed was recognized for their revolutionary CX-6 Smart Seeder technology that combines single pass no-till precision seeding and fertilizing solutions with precision metering and product handling capabilities. The CX-6 Smart Seeder dramatically improves the quality and efficiency of seeding operations. It boasts a combination of advanced technologies that eliminates the machine from being the limiting factor to leading edge site specific management.

Clean Seed Capital would like to thank its shareholders and the farming community for their inspiring support and enduring commitment to our company and its innovative technologies.

About Clean Seed Capital Group

Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd is at the forefront of an agricultural shift to unparalleled high resolution seeding technologies. Clean Seed has developed an advanced precision no-till seeding system comprising several individually patented technologies, including in-ground openers, proprietary seed and fertilizer metering, and electronic control systems. Our most recent ground breaking achievement is also our most advanced and innovative to date: The award winning CX-6 SMART Seeder is an industry first!

The highly advanced CX-6 SMART Seeder is an important advancement in agriculture. The SMART Seeder offers an unrivaled level of precision in modern no-till seeding. This drill demonstrates the future of farming.

For further information please contact Clean Seed Capital at 604-566-9895 and visit our website at http://www.cleanseedcapital.com.

On Behalf of the Board,

Clean Seed Capital Group

Graeme Lempriere

Chief Executive Officer, President and Director

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this news release. 

SOURCE: Clean Seed Capital Group Ltd  

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