Editor’s note: March is not only National Women’s Month, it’s also National Agriculture Month. WNCT is spotlighting several women in agriculture with a series of stories that you’ll see at WNCT.com through the end of the month.

WASHINGTON, NC (WNCT) — An online seed business kicked off an interest in agribusiness for Susan Kinnion.

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She started selling plants in starter pots on Etsy and then, when the COVID-19 pandemic slowed things down at the post office, she converted to selling seeds. Her website offers a variety of seed options from flowers to vegetables.

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“It’s great. There’s a lot of incentives for women to get in ag because it’s a very male-dominated field,” said Kinnion.

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View the video to learn more about Kinnion’s efforts to grow her seed business.