Company Overview of Vibha Agrotech Ltd.
Vibha Agrotech Ltd. operates as a crop genetics research and hybrid seeds company in India. The company researches, develops, and produces high yielding hybrid seeds of various field and vegetable crops, including cotton, maize, rice, wheat, corn, pearl millet, sunflower, mustard, sorghum, pulses, castors, okra, chilies, tomato, and gourds. Its products are tailored to enhance crop yields, product quality, and nutritional value, as well as tolerance to biotic and abiotic stresses. It markets its products under the brand name of Vibha Seeds. The company was founded in 1995 and is based in Hyderabad, India with a regional office in Gandhinagar, India.
Plot # 21, Sector 1
HUDA Techno Enclave
Hitech City Road
Founded in 1995
91 40 3041 5700
91 40 3041 5761
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