R.K. Seed Farms (Regd.) came into existence in 1970 at Solan (HP), India with the main objectives of taking up the seed multiplication and marketing of released varieties of the vegetable crops from the Govt. agencies and universities to cope up with the demands of quality seeds. Subsequently marketing office was opened at Delhi in 1992. The main emphasis was on cauliflower and cabbage seeds. Gradually more vegetable crops were added. To name a few like tomato, pepper, okra, gourds, radish, beans, beet root, cucumber, brinjal, knol khol and much much more. 

            As of now, we offer best quality OP (Open Pollinated) and F1 hybrid vegetable seeds for tomato, Knol Khol (Khol Rabi), beans, cow peas, muskmelon, peas, bitter gourd, yard long beans, onion, Turnip, Palak (Spinach), Kakri (Tar), brinjal, bottle gourd, okra, chilly, pumpkin, sponge gourd, ridge gourd, cauliflower, Gwar (Aspragus Beans), spanich, Tinda, Watermelon, Ash Gourd, Capsicum, Summer Squash, Zucchini (Squash), Snake Gourd, carrot, coriander, cabbage, radish, cucumber and much much more. 

             In early nineties, there was a shift to the use of F1 hybrids, because of their added advantage of being uniform, high yielding and having long distance transportation qualities. This prompted the company to take up the research and development of F1 hybrids of tomato, cucumber brinjal, Chilies, bottle gourd, bitter gourd, luffa gourd, bhindi etc. A collection of germplasm of different vegetable crops was built up and heterosis breeding programme initiated. Subsequently number of F1 hybrids were developed. Our F1 hybrids of tomato, bottle gourd, okra, chilly, pumpkin, sponge gourd, ridge gourd and open pollinated varieties of cauliflower, spanich carrot, coriander, cabbage, radish, cucumber, besides being on sale in India, are being exported all over the globe.  

            Further the germplasm of okra, bottle gourd and tomato were screened for yellow vein mosaic, anthracnose and leaf curl virus respectively under field conditions. The resistant lines thus screened would be used for incorporating disease resistance.