Sumitomo Corp launches Foliar Blend super-fertilizer in India
Jun. 15, 2017
Foliar Blend increases the microbial population in the soil which converts the unavailable form of plant nutrients to available form, which helps the plant to uptake, increasing the water holding capacity and improves the soil health.
The Chairman and Managing Director for Sumitomo Corporation-India, Mr. Masahiro Narikiyo attended the product launch as the Chief Guest, along with Product Head for Summit Agro International, Japan, Mr. T. Yamamoto, General Manager for Sumitomo Corporation – India, Mr. Kanauchi, and Advisor for Sumitomo Corporation, Mr. Bharath Pandey.
Mr. A.V.N.Reddy, the CMD of Roshni Crop Sciences Pvt Ltd., has a farming and Banking background, and always focused on the farming community to find innovative solutions to the challenges faced by farmers.
Extensive testing was conducted on the products in various Agricultural Research Centres and Laboratories and the reports were presented to government entities including Govt of India and Govt of AP.
Roshni Crop Sciences plans to introduce many more innovative agri products in India which have a great potential in increasing growth and yield of the crops. These include specialty nutrient fertilizers, agro chemicals and water soluble fertilizers, in a phased manner.
Mr. A.V.N.Reddy said that his mission is to provide sustainable, cutting edge technologies that help the farmers to improve soil quality and crop production by maximizing the biological performance. He also mentioned that one should think in deeper way to grow microbes not only crops, then only the soil health will be improved.
The Launch was a grand event and attended by many distributors of Agri products and various dignitaries.About Roshni
Roshni Crop Sciences Private Limited incorporated in the year 2010, founded by Mr. A.V.N.Reddy, experienced banker and business professional. Roshni was setup fuelled by the passion of supplying all quality agri inputs to the farmers across India.
We develop a strong relationship with the farmers and scientists from the past 6 years by providing quality seeds, specialty nutrient fertilizer, agro chemicals and an aggressive R & D which meets the expectations of the farmers in terms of higher productivity and returns. We also dealt with fertilizers, agro chemicals and farm mechanization by serving the customer expectations.
Roshni Crop Sciences Pvt. Ltd., has its head office at Hyderabad, which is the capital of the Telangana State, in India.
Roshni is the sole distributor and importer for the products from Sumitomo Corporation, Japan like Foliar Blend, Sealeaf, Acrecio, Actiseed, Water soluble fertilizers, and Specialty nutrient fertilizer and agro chemicals into pan India. These products were manufactured by various prominent companies from different countries across the world.
About Sumitomo Corporation
The origin of Sumitomo dates back to early 17th century when Mr. Masatomo Sumitomo (1585-1652) opened a book and medicine shop in Kyoto.
Sumitomo’s initial main business was copper mining. It diversified into a variety of fields, including finance, insurance, iron and steel, chemical, real estate, and now Sumitomo group is one of Japanese representative conglomerate business group. (790 affiliated companies)
With its global network and based on trust from companies in various industries and from consumers, Sumitomo Corporation engages in multifaceted business activities by making the most of its Integrated Corporate Strength. These business activities include sales of a variety of products and services within Japan, import and export, trilateral trade, and domestic and international business investment.
(This press release has been sourced from BusinessWire.)
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