Global seed companies focus on a select number of field crops and, with the exception of soybean, largely ignore legumes. Hybrid seed dominates. None of the companies with field crops in their portfolio report selling open-pollinated varieties (OPVs), which farmers can save and reuse, with the exception of wheat and soybean. For vegetables, the companies together offer all index vegetables. While hybrids are also emphasized in vegetable crops, four companies – East-West Seed, Limagrain, Sakata and Advanta – have a strategic focus on developing OPVs alongside hybrids. For maize and soybean, three and two companies respectively report having genetically modified varieties in their portfolio.