INDOGULF launched 5 new Agro-chemicals in Ethiopia
Sep. 19, 2019
The company has more than 25 years of experience of servicing Domestic Indian and Global markets with the most comprehensive portfolio of products as well as solutions for the farmers including Crop Protection & Crop Nutrition.
The new products launched by Indogulf are Farrate in Insecticide, Bound Off, Orozeb, Omaxim & Kegna in Herbicide segment, these products will help the Ethiopian Farmers in effectively managing the pest and weeds on Wheat, Teff, Potato & Chick-Pea.
This Launch was held in Capital City of Ethiopia Addis Ababa during the recent Visit of Company Officials to Ethiopia in presence of local agent and distributors. Speaking about the New Products range Mr. Saurabh Abhiranjan, CEO, Indogulf said “Indogulf has always been at the forefront of providing new, innovative and world class crop protection solutions to the farmers. Our new product are not just an insecticide, fungicide or herbicide but a guarantee to the farmer’s prosperity these products will enable farmers to get better and superior quality of yield with effective pest management and control of crop diseases. We will continue to improve our product portfolio with advanced research for the benefit of cultivators”.
Commenting on the launch of new products, Mr. Rudra Pratap Singh, Sr. Manager – Global Regulatory Affairs, Indogulf Cropsciences said, “Since inception, Indogulf has been committed to provide world class products to the farmers and this launch is an addition of new feather in Cap. He also added that company will continue such launch programme as more than 30 Products is under registration Process with Ministry of Agriculture (Ethiopia). All the products will be based on new chemistry which will help farmers to get better yield from their crops. All our products are well accepted by the farming community across the globe and our regular new introductions is the reason our products are popular among farmer community.”
To ensure safe use of pesticides, Indogulf is set to release many training programmes to educate Ethiopian farmers with collaboration of Ethiopian Agriculture Institutes.
More from AgroNews
Subscribe to daily email alerts of AgroNews.