We at SEED Agritech are committed for developing a sustainable supply chain in spices and various agri-commodities, achieved through Social, Environmental and Economical Development of the farming community.
We are also working with farmer groups of Kerala, Tamilnadu and Karnataka states. We have a joint venture backward integration operation in SEED spices at Central region of India.
SEED Agritech is promoted by a team of highly motivated and experienced professionals with proven experience in the field of spices and other agri-commodities.
Our products have a unique farm to kitchen traceability and ensure organic integrity, purity and consistent quality. Maintaining long-term soil fertility by optimizing conditions for biological activity within the soil
Our vision is setting up a sustainable supply chain model which benefits the whole society. Our mission can be explained as – Organic certification for all our farmer community from well recognized agency.
Our target is not 99.9% but 100 % organic produce and setting up a state-of-art processing facility exclusively for pesticide controlled spices
Organic farming is a method of crop and livestock production that involves much more than choosing not to use pesticides, fertilizers, genetically modified organisms, antibiotics and growth hormones.
Organic production is a holistic system designed to optimize the productivity and fitness of diverse communities within the agro-ecosystem, including soil organisms, plants, livestock and people.
No matter how much a man progresses, agriculture is an occupation that was, is and will always be undertaken since it suffices one of the most important basic needs of the population – Food. Hence, technology is added in this field to find ways to increase agricultural production in order to feed the ever growing demand for food due to the drastic increase in population. Therefore, many new ways and methods are being introduced in this field to harvest and cultivate the best quality crops.
Organic agriculture has grown out of the conscious efforts by inspired people to create the best possible relationship between the earth and men. Since its beginning the sphere surrounding organic agriculture has become considerably more complex. A major challenge today is certainly its entry into the policy making arena, its entry into anonymous global market and the transformation of organic products into commodities. During the last two decades, there has also been a significant sensitization of the global community towards environmental preservation and assuring of food quality. Ardent promoters of organic farming consider that it can meet both these demands and become the mean for complete development of rural areas. After almost a century of development organic agriculture is now being embraced by the mainstream and shows great promise commercially, socially and environmentally. While there is continuum of thought from earlier days to the present, the modern organic movement is radically different from its original form. It now has environmental sustainability at its core in addition to the founders concerns for healthy soil, healthy food and healthy people.
Organic farming is very much native to this land. Whosoever tries to write a history of organic farming will have to refer India and China. The farmers of these two countries are farmers of 40 centuries and it is organic farming that sustained them. This concept of organic farming is based on following principles: