India’s Crystal Crop Protection Launches Seven Products

India’s Crystal Crop Protection Limited, known for its range of insecticides, fungicides, herbicides, plant growth regulators and biostimulants, has launched a slate of products for farmers that are aimed at improving productivity for Indian farmers.

Keeping in mind farmers’ challenges, Crystal’s R&D has brought these products enabling farmers to improve farm profitability. Key products launched are as follows:

  • Fungicides: Azotrix, a patented fungicide to control blast in paddy crop patented fungicide and the result of Crystal’s own R&D; and Pluton, a patent applied fungicide for tomatoes.
  • Herbicides: Penoxa, a herbicide for broad-spectrum control of weeds in paddy crop; and Penadril Plus, a herbicide for a range of crops like cotton, chilli and soybean
  • Insecticides: Neo Super, a multipurpose insecticide; Lunox, for control of lepidopteran pests; and Umpire, a combination insecticide for sugarcane.

With its latest offerings, Crystal says it hopes to strengthen its presence across India. The company in the last three years has launched various products improving the landscape of Indian farming.

Speaking on the utility of these products, Ajit Shankhdhar, National Sales Head, Crystal Crop Protection Limited said, “As a farmer-centric company, we are delighted to bring these products which are going to benefit farmers. They are effective and affordable and will help farmers protect their crop and improve yield. We value our farmers, they are our annadata. We are launching these products to help them become more prosperous.”

Since India is one of the largest producers of rice worldwide, the launch of Azotrix and Penoxa comes as a boon for the Indian paddy farmers. These products are a result of Crystal’s strong R&D capabilities that focus on improving the productivity and profitability of the Indian farmer.

C. S. Shukla, Crystal’s Senior Vice President, Marketing, said, “Crystal has been focused on providing complete farm solutions to farmers, from sowing of the seeds to harvest. Our close engagement with farmers keeps us alive to the challenges faced by them. We do R&D with direct feedback from the ground to bring them the best possible products. These new products are part of the integrated crop solutions being promoted by Crystal and will make our offerings to farmers more robust. They will enhance Crystal’s brand value as an established agrichemical that believes in bringing innovative solutions to farmers.”

Source: Crystal Crop Protection

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