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Good Nature Agro
Good Nature Agro
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about 2 years ago

Trains farmers to produce quality legume seeds

Farmers producing with Good Nature Agro are provided the most essential input-high-quality seed-on loan. For every kilogram of seed borrowed, growers returns 2.5 kilograms of their crop to Good Nature Agro at the end of the season. Growers can also opt-in to add additional inputs such as fertilizer, manure, or herbicide to their loan during the growing season.

Good Nature Agro challenge the status quo of seed production by choosing to loan and train 5,000 farmers to produce their quality legume seed. The company is focused on continuing to scale varieties of legume that are high-yielding, early-maturing, disease-resistant, and ready-made for the export market.

Chadiza Road, Chipata, Zambia
+260 979 205804, +260 964 918871
Trains farmers to produce quality legume seeds
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Good Nature Agro
Crop farming with small-scale farmers
Legume seed production with small-scale farmers
Capacity building small-scale farmers
This company has been investing in Zambia’s small-scale farmers to generate lasting income since 2014. Good Nature Seeds are subject to rigorous quality control checks and all carry Zambia’s Seed Control and Certification Institute (SCCI) certification. Their range of legume seed currently includes soybean, cowpea, groundnut and pigeon pea. The company's head office which is located in Chipata, is responsible for operations and processing. Good Nature Agro also has a convenient base in Lusaka.