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A global leader in biosolutions for sustainable agriculture

5th

Largest Crop Protection Chemicals company globally
(* Trailing Twelve Months basis)

US$ 5,040M

Revenue

10,000+

Employees base globally

13,500+

Registrations

27

Formulation facilities

44

Manufacturing facilities

90%

Access to the global market

1266

Patents granted

1283

Product formulations

86%

Revenue from branded products

138+

Countries with sales presence

12 yrs

of consistent outperformance of the industry growth rate

A global leader in biosolutions for sustainable agriculture

5th

Largest Crop Protection Chemicals company globally
(* Trailing Twelve Months basis)

US$ 5,040M

Revenue

10,000+

Employees base globally

13,500+

Registrations

27

Formulation facilities

44

Manufacturing facilities

90%

Access to the global market

1266

Patents granted

1283

Product formulations

86%

Revenue from branded products

138+

Countries with sales presence

12 yrs

of consistent outperformance of the industry growth rate

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Pronutiva

Integrated crop health solutions to meet the needs of today’s growers.

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Farmer Engagement

Multiple engaging programs globally to help Farmers.

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