Hytech Seed India bags two awards at ABSA 2021

Hytech Seed India bags two awards at ABSA 2021
Hytech Seed India focuses on unlocking the potential of genetics and state-of-the-art technology, and integrating them into high-yielding and high-quality hybrid seeds suited to the ever-changing needs of the farmer

Hytech Seed India has been recognised with two awards at the Agri Business Summit and Agri Awards, ABSA 2021 Award for Best Field Crop Seed Company in the Agri Input Industry; and the Seedsmen Association Annual Awards 2021 under the category of Seed Entrepreneur for “valuable contributions to the farming community, in particular to the seed industry.” The Seedsmen Association Award was presented on Sept 28, 2021 during their Annual General Meeting at the Federation of Telangana Chambers of Congress and Industry (FTCCI) in Hyderabad.

According to Moinuddin H. Haroon, Managing Director, Hytech Seed India, “Hytech India stands for creating best proprietary products with the highest quality and service and, more importantly, delivering it consistently. Our main pursuit is unlocking the potential of genetics and state-of-the-art technology, and integrating them into high-yielding and high-quality hybrids suited to the ever-changing needs of the farmer. These awards are testimony to the acceptance of brand and services while instilling responsibility and excellence.”

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“Our inspiration is drawn from the passion and commitment our founder, chair, and seedsman, Dr. Suri Sehgal, has for the farming community. With biotic and abiotic challenges in this sector at an all-time high, we are committed to delivering the best, tailor-made solutions to every farmer segment,” Haroon added.

Dr. Suri Sehgal also acknowledged both awards, saying, “A vibrant seed industry is essential to meet the needs of farmers and address food security in India. With global climate change creating droughts and floods, strong associations and partnerships are needed to meet these challenges. We are very grateful that these organisations are doing such an excellent job of conveying the needs of farmers and of the seed industry to India’s policymakers.”

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