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Crop Pro Zambia Ltd was established in 2019 with the vision to become the preferred choice for agrochemicals and seeds in Zambia. The company supplies some of the best brands for farmers, known for their quality and performance. With vast knowledge and expertise across sub-Saharan Africa, spanning thirty years in this sector, Crop Pro Zambia offers quality products to farmers to help ensure a healthy crop and bumper harvest. Agriculture is their culture!
This company provides a complete solution to crop health through the provision of fungicides, herbicides and insecticides, with highly experienced staff to advise clients on the most cost effective use of these agro-chemicals. Amiran also supplies a variety of seedlings to farmers and market gardeners throughout the country, and can grow owner-supplied seeds. In addition it offers irrigation systems, and telecommunication and IT products. Amiran only offers globally recognised brands.
A leading agricultural company that manufactures and distributes agrochemicals and seeds. With an ambition to help safely feed the world while taking care of the planet, Syngenta Zambia aims to improve the sustainability, quality and safety of agriculture with world class science and innovative crop solutions. Their technologies enable farmers to make better use of limited agricultural resources. Through partnerships, collaboration and its own 'Good Growth Plan', Syngenta is committed to improving farm productivity, rescuing land from degradation, enhancing biodiversity and revitalising rural communities.
ETG Agri Inputs Zambia is your one-stop-shop for Kynoch, Falcon and Zamfert fertilisers. The company also supplies an extensive range of high-quality seeds and agro-chemicals. Their trained team of agricultural consultants provide farmers with professional agronomic services. Since its inception, ETG has emerged as one of Africa’s largest agricultural conglomerates. Its footprint expands across sub-Saharan Africa, North America, Europe, the Middle East and South East Asian countries. The group’s supply chain penetrates deep into remote agricultural regions where they procure commodities from smallholder farmers through their strategically located centres.