About Us

Triangle Chemical Company was founded in 1947 in Macon, Georgia, and is proud to be a local, family-run business with four generations of family involvement and the technology and resources of a national company.

We are a full service wholesale/retail distributor of agricultural chemicals, seed, fertilizer, and technology throughout the Southeast, providing services to the row crop, vegetable, tree crop, turf, and ornamental industries.

Built on Lasting Relationships

At Triangle, creating a partnership with our clients means going far beyond the sale. Instead of simply acting as product distributors, our area managers will help you make the best decisions for your crop protection on everything from land preparation and planting to harvesting. Many of our area managers are Certified Crop Advisors and receive extensive training on the latest products and technology in the industry.

We’re committed to taking care of distribution logistics and ensuring our clients get their products on time. We deliver products to your front door step to ensure efficiency and allow you to focus on what you do best.

Charter Member of Tenkoz Inc.

Tenkoz Inc. is the largest distribution entity for crop protection products in the United States. Founded in 1983 and headquartered in North Metro Atlanta, Tenkoz is comprised of 14 regional, independent distribution companies with combined purchases representing 25% of the U.S. crop protection market. Tenkoz helps manage strategic partnerships with the largest crop protection manufacturers in the world to ensure Triangle has access to the materials required to grow efficient crops in the southeastern U.S. market. These relationships enable Triangle to deliver the cutting edge technology that works to solve production problems for our growers. Competitive sourcing of these materials enables our producers to compete in a global marketplace.

Trusted Leader in Crop Protection

It’s our goal to stay on the cutting edge of industry technology and standards. In order to do this, we have formed relationships with a wide variety of agricultural associations and societies.