Intellectual Property

We have a strict policy of respecting IP. We take the utmost care in protecting our clients' IP and rights. We make sure that all IP is properly protected and that no third party can access it without authorization. Furthermore, we also ensure that our own IP is protected and that our clients can benefit from our products and services without worry. We also strive to ensure that our clients are fully informed about their IP rights and how to protect them.


Quality Control & Certifications

Compliance with International Statutory Regulations necessitates seed treatment, for which an ISTA accredited laboratory can issue an Orange International Certificate (OIC). In-house and State Agriculture Departmental facilities for seed health testing for all major diseases are also available.


Coding For Seed Production

1) Every seed produced should be coded with a unique and traceable identifier to

ensure the production can be tracked and monitored.

2) The coding system should be designed to be accessible and easy to use for the

production team.

3) A detailed record of each seed’s production should be kept, including the lot of

number, type of seed produced, date produced, and any other relevant


4) The coding system should be regularly monitored to ensure accuracy and that all

seed produced is properly coded.

5) The coding system should be secure and protected from tampering or

unauthorized access.

6) The coding system should be regularly updated to ensure it remains compliant

with all regulations.

7) The coding system should be capable of reporting the necessary data for analysis

and monitoring.

8) The coding system should be capable of generating detailed reports for the

production team and management.

9) The coding system should be compatible with existing systems and processes.

10) The coding system should be regularly evaluated to ensure it is meeting the

needs of the production team and is providing accurate information.


Organic Seed Production

Organic seed production is the process of producing seeds using organic farming methods. This involves growing plants without the use of synthetic pesticides, herbicides, or fertilizers. Organic seed production also requires the use of non-GMO seeds that are produced without genetic engineering. The organic seed production process starts with selecting the right plant varieties that are adapted to the local growing conditions and have desirable traits. Then, the plants are grown using organic farming practices, including the use of natural fertilizers, crop rotation, and biological pest control. During the growing season, the plants are carefully monitored for quality and any signs of disease or insect infestations. Once the plants reach maturity, they are harvested and the seeds are extracted, cleaned, and sorted. This process requires careful attention to prevent contamination from other plant species or genetically modified organisms. The seeds are then packaged and labelled for sale to organic farmers or home gardeners. Organic seed production plays a crucial role in maintaining the integrity of organic farming practices. By using organic seeds, farmers can be assured that their crops are grown without synthetic chemicals and are free from genetically modified organisms. Additionally, organic seed production supports biodiversity by preserving traditional crop varieties and protecting the genetic diversity of our food supply.


Integrated Seed Health

Integrated seed health is a holistic approach to managing seed-borne diseases and pests in agriculture. It involves a combination of preventive measures, such as seed treatment, crop rotation, and cultural practices, and proactive management strategies, such as monitoring and scouting for pests and diseases. The goal of integrated seed health is to maintain high-quality, healthy seed that is free of pathogens and pests. This is important for ensuring good crop yields, as well as reducing the risk of spreading disease from one crop to another. By taking a proactive approach to seed health management, farmers can minimize losses due to disease and reduce the need for expensive chemical treatments

Integrated seed health management includes several key practices

1. Seed selection: Selecting high-quality, disease-free seeds is the first step in integrated seed health management. This involves choosing seeds that are adapted to the local growing conditions and have desirable traits, such as resistance to disease.

2. Seed treatment: Treating seeds with fungicides or insecticides can help prevent the spread of seed-borne diseases and pests. However, it is important to use treatments that are safe for human health and the environment.

3. Crop rotation: Rotating crops can help break the cycle of diseases and pests that affect specific crops. This involves planting different crops in the same field over time, which can help reduce the buildup of pests and diseases in the soil.

4. Monitoring and scouting: Regular monitoring of crops can help detect pests and diseases early, before they become a problem. This involves scouting fields for signs of damage, as well as monitoring weather conditions and other factors that can affect crop health. 

5. Cultural practices: Practices such as planting resistant crop varieties, maintaining soil fertility, and managing irrigation can help promote healthy plant growth and reduce the risk of disease. 

By combining these practices, farmers can implement an integrated approach to seed health management that reduces the risk of diseaseand pests, while promoting healthy crop growth and high yields.



the largest owned land bank, dedicated for contract seed production, includes open fields, greenhouses, and net houses


Grower Network

The best way to ensure that there is a dedicated human resource for contract production at all levels of hierarchy is to create a network of experienced growers. This network should include growers from all regions and levels of experience. The growers should be invited to participate in the network and be able to offer advice, share best practices, and provide feedback on potential contract production opportunities. The network should also be a platform for growers to connect with potential customers and discuss their services. This will ensure that growers from all regions and levels of experience are available to meet the needs of contract production customers.


Human Resources

Human resources play a critical role in seed production, as the success of the industry depends on a skilled and knowledgeable workforce. The production of high-quality seeds requires a range of specialized skills and knowledge, from plant breeding and genetics to seed harvesting and processing.

Some of the key roles involved in seed production include:

1. Plant breeders: Plant breeders develop new varieties of plants with desirable traits, such as disease resistance, high yield, and quality. They use a combination of traditional breeding techniques and modern molecular biology tools to develop new varieties.

2. Agronomists: Agronomists are responsible for managing the crop production process, including planting, irrigation, fertilization, and pest control. They work closely with plant breeders to ensure that the crops are grown under the right conditions to produce high-quality seeds.

3. Seed technicians: Seed technicians are responsible for harvesting and processing the seeds, including cleaning, sorting, and packaging. They must ensure that the seeds are handled carefully to avoid damage or contamination.

4. Quality assurance specialists: Quality assurance specialists are responsible for ensuring that the seeds meet the highest quality standards. They test the seeds for purity, germination, and disease resistance to ensure that they meet regulatory requirements.

In addition to these roles, human resources in seed production also includes administrative staff, such as finance and accounting professionals, as well as IT specialists who develop and maintain the software and hardware systems used in seed production. To be successful in seed production, it is important to have a highly skilled and motivated workforce. This requires investing in training and development programs to ensure that employees have the knowledge and skills needed to perform their jobs effectively. It also requires creating a positive work environment that fosters innovation, teamwork, and continuous improvement.


Dedicated Production Locations

Seed production activity is spread over 5 main State and 92 locations, along with supervised by Specialist Staff.


Zero Child Labour

We believe that all children have the right to education and a safe and protected childhood. We are committed to protecting and promoting the welfare of all children. We ensure that no one below the age of 18 is employed in our organization or in any of our contracted seed production fields. All our employees are informed and reminded of this policy.

We are committed to work with and support local communities to ensure that children are not exploited and are not involved in any kind of child labour. We also support initiatives to provide access to education, healthcare and other facilities to children.

We are committed to work together with government, non-governmental organizations and other stakeholders to prevent and eliminate child labour. We will continue to take active steps to ensure that no child labour is involved in any of our operations.


Equal Opportunity Employer

We are an equal-opportunity employer that believes in creating a diverse and inclusive workplace. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees without regard to race, colour, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other protected status. Furthermore, we are dedicated to providing a workplace free of any discrimination or harassment


Fair & competitive prices

Setting fair and competitive prices for F1 hybrid vegetable seeds is crucial for the success of the seed industry and for farmers who rely on high-quality seeds to produce healthy crops. A fair price ensures that both the seed producers and the farmers benefit from the transaction.

To establish fair and competitive prices for F1 hybrid vegetable seeds, the following factors need to be considered:

1. Cost of production: The cost of producing F1 hybrid seeds can vary depending on the crop species, seed variety, and production methods. The seed company needs to consider all costs, including labour, equipment, research and development, and marketing expenses, to determine a fair price that covers all production costs.

2. Market demand: Market demand plays a significant role in pricing F1 hybrid seeds. Seed companies need to understand the market trends and demand for specific crops and seed varieties to determine a competitive price. They also need to consider the availability of alternative seed options for farmers.

3. Intellectual property rights: F1 hybrid seeds are protected by intellectual property rights, which give the seed company the exclusive right to produce and sell the seeds. This allows the company to set a higher price for their seeds to recoup their investment in research and development.

4. Local economic conditions: Local economic conditions, such as exchange rates, taxes, and tariffs, can impact the cost of seed production and the final price of F1 hybrid seeds.

To ensure that the price of F1 hybrid seeds is fair and competitive, seed companies should consider the above factors and collaborate with farmers and other stakeholders in the seed industry. They should also provide transparent pricing information and educate farmers on the value and benefits of their seeds.

In addition, seed companies can establish partnerships with farmers and other stakeholders to promote sustainable seed production and ensure that farmers have access to high-quality seeds at a fair price. This can include offering training and technical assistance to help farmers optimize their seed production and achieve better yields. India's vegetable seeds production sector offers fair and competitive prices, supported by abundant resources, cost-effective labour, government initiatives, and export opportunities. The country's commitment to innovation, quality, and affordability positions it as a reliable partner for meeting the global demand for vegetable seeds.