Zamad Seeds
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Zamad Seeds, established in 2014, started off by practicing corporate farming. With the mission to revolutionize the agriculture sector of Pakistan, Zamad Seeds realized that there is a need to upgrade complete supply chain and aimed to bring all solutions under one roof.

 

Starting with farm mechanization, Zamad seeds takes pride in introducing the technology of greenhouses in Pakistan. It was then backed up by the initiative of distributing hybrid seeds in Pakistan. The idea of drip irrigation was also first floated in by Zamad Seeds. In order to save farmer’s time and enhance production.

 

Zamad Seeds have over 190+ Dealerships in Pakistan especially in South Punjab and Sindh. And over 970+ Distributers in Punjab, Sindh and Baluchistan.
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Commitment to the Environment

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Children connected to nature
Children connected to nature
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Unique species on our nature reserves
Unique species on our nature reserves
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Acres of meadow created or restored
WHAT WE DO

Our Services

  • Cotton Seeds
    Cotton Seeds

    Cotton is considered the ‘king of crops’ and is native to tropical and subtropical regions around the world, including the Americas, Africa, pakistan and India..

  • Wheat Seeds
    Wheat Seeds

    Wheat is one of the most important staple food grains of the human race. Pakistan’s principal natural resources are arable land and water.

  • Rice Seeds
    Rice Seeds

    If ducks are the game bird that you’re after, you might do best by sticking with one of the most popular wet-soil crops around.

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Sustainability and Climate Change

Our agricultural background means we’re equally at home meeting face-to-face with farmers as we are engaging.

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Advice and farm implement

Largest independent provider of agricultural and environmental consultancy, rural development services and policy advice.

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Why we're different

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We are straight forward to deal with experts in our field.

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We take responsible lending seriously and believe.

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If we can’t help you, we will tell you quickly and honestly.

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You can talk directly to a lending decision maker.

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We offer a no-nonsense app roach and speak farming.

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Loan officers have practical experience of building/

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The Openfield Timeline

  1. Farming in the Middle Ages

    Farming improved in the Middle Ages. One big improvement was the heavy plow sometime.

  2. World’s food and fabrics

    Agriculture provides most of the world’s food and fabrics. Cotton, wool, and leather are all agricultural products.

  3. Wood agricultural methods

    Agriculture also provides wood agricultural methods used for construction and paper products.

  4. Start of Agriculture

    Over centuries, the growth of agriculture contributed to the rise of civilizations the heavy plow sometime.

  5. Hunting wild animals and gathering

    Before agriculture became widespread, people spent most of their lives searching for food—hunting wild animals and gathering wild plants.

  6. Farming were cultivating

    The first domesticated plant was probably rice or corn. Chinese farmers were cultivating rice as early as 7500 BCE.

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Agricultural communities News

27th October, 2020

Farming, Food and You

The Consumer Hub provides a forum for consumers to share ideas, questions, and concerns ab

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27th October, 2020

You Follow the Food?

Food that looks at how farmers and the food industry keep us fed during the pandemic. Desi

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26th October, 2020

Making Life Easier

Believes more precise and economical at the time of planting you are, more profitable you

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Years of experience foragriculture industry

Despite slightly declining beef consumption rates in this country, beef is still what’s for dinner in many American households.

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Consultative partners

Partners who share their knowledge and experience in agriculture

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