4507 Highway 82 W,
Leland, MS 3875
Edward's Flying Service
662-686-2945 Fax 662-686-9829
348 Rexburg Road
Mailing Address: 112 Peninsula Drive, Leland, MS
Edward's Flying Service has been supporting local farmers since 1946 when "Big Skeet" began his crop dusting business. Today, the third generation of ag pilots are providing aerial applications of burndown, pesticides, fertilizers and defoliants to area fields. With three planes and three pilots, they can quickly meet the needs of local farmers. Contact Mark or Skeet Edwards, current owners for more information.
Farmer's Feed and Supply
608 North Main
Retail and wholesale seed; agricultural and lawn & garden chemicals and fertilizer; food plot & hunting supplies; newest Big Green Egg dealer in Mississippi.
Greenland Planting Company
2110 Tribbett Road
In 1957, John T. Dillard moved to Leland, Mississippi, with his family and began cotton farming operations on Greenland Plantation at McGrath, MS. Today, Greenland Planting Company continues this family farming legacy, growing rice, soybeans, and corn on the Dillard family lands in Washington and Sunflower counties.
K-I Chemical U.S.A.
2830 Wilcox Rd
Leland, MS 38756 - Washington County
Nutrien Ag Solutions
1220 Highway 82 East
Focused on providing sound agronomic solutions and information to help farmers everywhere maximize profitability. Nutrien Ag SolutionsTM is the retail division of NutrienTM Ltd., the world’s largest crop inputs company. We provide full-acre solutions through a network of trusted crop consultants at more than 1,700 global locations. We help growers achieve the highest yields with the most sustainable solutions possible, offering a wide selection of products, including our proprietary brands: Loveland Products, Inc.®, Proven® Seed and Dyna-Gro® Seed.
Pettiet Agricultural Services, Inc.
Our office is open from 7 am to 4 pm.
4616 Old Leland Road
Telephone (662) 686-9473
Fax (662) 686-7579
P. O. Box 838 | Leland, MS 38756
Our sampling methods provide the best sample quality available. Each soil core is extracted to a uniform and specific 9” depth in order to evaluate the majority of the secondary root zone for most agronomic crops.
Quality is our primary goal at PASI.