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We carefully select our seed collection with an emphasis on quality, dependability, and sustainability to guarantee excellent germination rates and vigorous plant growth.

Field Crops

Field crops are agricultural crops grown on a large scale for commercial purposes, encompassing a wide range of plants such as grains, pulses, wheats, and oilseeds. These crops are typically cultivated in open fields and require specific soil, climate, and management practices to ensure high yields and quality. Technological innovations and sustainable farming practices are always being developed in field crop agriculture to maximize productivity and reduce environmental effect. Choose from the list of Field crops mentioned below:


Cereals refer to grasses cultivated for their edible grains, which are staple foods for a large portion of the global population. The most commonly grown cereal crops include wheat, rice, corn (maize), barley, oats, and millet.

Oil Seeds

Oil seeds are a vital component of global agriculture, playing a crucial role in the production of vegetable oils and protein-rich animal feed. Major oil seeds include soybeans, sunflowers, rapeseed (canola), and peanuts, each contributing to a diverse range of products used in cooking, food processing, and industrial applications.


Pulses are a cornerstone of global agriculture, representing a diverse group of crops that play a vital role in nutrition, sustainability, and food security. These leguminous plants, including lentils, chickpeas, beans, and peas, are prized for their high protein content, essential vitamins, and minerals.


Cumin is an annual plant cultivated for its aromatic seeds, which are used as a spice in cooking. As a field crop, cumin is typically grown in regions with a warm, dry climate, as it requires plenty of sunlight and minimal rainfall.

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Fodder Crops

Fodder crops are cultivated primarily to feed livestock, providing a vital source of nutrition that supports animal health and productivity. These crops include varieties like maize, sorghum, and various grasses, each selected for their high yield and nutritional value. By fixing nitrogen into the soil, growing fodder crops can improve soil fertility and lower erosion, both of which support sustainable farming practices.

Sudan Sorghum Grass

Sudan Sorghum Grass is a high-yielding crop specifically developed to provide superior forage for livestock. Sudan Sorghum is well-known for its fast growth and high biomass production. It also has high digestible protein and key vitamin levels, making it an ideal nutritional choice.

Fodder Bajra

Fodder Bajra, or Pearl Millet, is a highly valued crop for its exceptional forage qualities. Renowned for its drought tolerance and ability to thrive in arid and semi-arid regions, Fodder Bajra produces abundant green biomass, making it an excellent feed option for livestock.


Berseem is a highly nutritious forage crop widely cultivated in various parts of the world. Known for its rapid growth and high yield, Berseem is a leguminous annual plant that belongs to the clover family. It thrives in temperate climates and is often grown as a winter crop in rotation with cereals or other crops.


Oats are a versatile cereal grain widely cultivated for their nutritious seeds, which serve as a staple in human diets and a valuable feed for livestock. Rich in essential nutrients such as fiber, protein, vitamins, and minerals, oats are commonly processed into products like oatmeal, oat flour, and oat bran.