Research & Development
The goal of our research is to provide farmers with precisely those varieties that meet their operational needs in conventional farming. We offer seeds that is adapted to the climate and soil conditions of various regions in the world, which in turn offers increased yield, reduces expenditure and increase the profitability to formers.
To achieve the goals, more intensive research team activities are required. It takes up years for a new variety to be approved and made available to the market. Every year we invest huge amount our revenue in R&D projects, To facilitate a yield improvement in every year.
The R&D activity covers a group of food wheat, pulses (sorghum, pearl millet and maize) fat (sunflower and mustard), fibre (cotton and jute), crops. Maize and sorghum sudangrass were researched during Phase I (1984-92), pearl millet, sunflower, cotton were added during Phase II (1993-98). Hybrid and mustard were added during Phase III (1999 onwards). Now work is in progress for hybrid mustard and wheat.
The main research activities occurs at Medchal, Ravalkol and Kodakandla. There 400 acres farms are fully provided with farm and irrigation equipment, cold and dry storage facilities and office facilities.