Geoponic has a simple mission: To provide the highest quality seed and recommendations to improve the profitability of our customers throughout East Central Indiana.
For seven decades and three generations, Geoponic Enterprises has been serving the farming community of East Central Indiana. Starting with Delaware County farmer Marion Russell selling Funk's G-Hybrid, Geoponic has been a business of farmers working with farmers.
Combining the latest research and technology with the knowledge that can only come from operating their own farms, the team at Geoponic knows that good seed, good treatment, andgood planning can be made great when paired with good advice. That's why they don't sell anything they haven't tested on their own farms.
They're reliable, knowledgeable, and driven by commitment to integrity and trust.
Adam Sieber, Owner
Adam sold his first bag of seed in first grade. Growing up in the family business, Adam always knew he would be a farmer and sell seed. He graduated in 1999 with a bachelor's in Agronomy from Purdue University. Adam has experience in grain farming, and his expertise areas are seed recommendations and agronomy. Adam lives in Madison County with his wife Jaime and their children Stella and Graham.
Clint Fettig, Sales Agronomist
Clint graduated in 2001 with a bachelor’s degree in crop protection from Purdue University. He has worked for Monsanto in the Asgrow soybean production plant in Windfall for the last 12 years. At the production plant he conditioned, treated, packaged, and delivered Asgrow soybeans and worked closely with growers scouting seed production fields. Clint farms part time with his dad on their family farm that dates back to the mid 1800’s. He lives in Tipton County with his wife Patty and their children Jack and Luke.
Jake Mitchell, Accounts Manager
Jake joined the Geoponic team in December 2011, and quickly became an indispensable resource in office. With an associate's degree in Computer Aided Drafting, Jake worked as a design engineer for 13 years before getting back to his passion: the farming industry. He grew up on a cattle and grain farm, and was a 10 year 4-H member. Jake handles the mapping and prescriptions for Geoponic, and manages the office and accounts. Jake lives in Delaware County with his children Izabella and Isaac.
Joe Russell, Founder
Joe is a sixth generation Indiana farmer who is dedicated to promoting and advancing agriculture. A 1974 graduate of Purdue University in civil engineering, Joe worked on the Trans-Alaska Pipeline before returning to his family farm in 1976. Joe's father Marion started selling seed in the 1950's, so it was natural for Joe to sell seed, too. Joe lives in Delaware County with his wife Sharon, where they raised their three children.