Indocount Industries and Partech Seeds join for cotton seed research
This partnership aims to propel the cotton farming industry forward by creating non-Genetically Modified Organism (non-GMO) seeds with enhanced yield, higher staple length, and improved crop productivity.
Indocount Industries and Partech Seeds have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to pave the way for a groundbreaking collaboration in the research and development of innovative cotton seed varieties. This partnership aims to propel the cotton farming industry forward by creating non-Genetically Modified Organism (non-GMO) seeds with enhanced yield, higher staple length, and improved crop productivity.
Indocount, a leading name in the textiles and home textiles sector, is taking a bold step towards agricultural innovation by joining hands with Partech Seeds first company in Asia that produces customised seeds and is also a pioneer in cotton seed research. This alliance represents a pivotal moment in both companies’ journeys, as they seek to contribute to India’s agricultural growth and development.
Snehal Doshi, Director, of Partech Seeds, expressed enthusiasm about the collaboration, stating, “This partnership represents a fusion of expertise and innovation that has the potential to redefine cotton seed development. Our commitment to non-GMO, high-yield, and superior quality cotton aligns perfectly with Indocount’s values, and together, we aim to catalyse positive change in the agricultural and textile sectors.”
Echoing the sentiment, K K Lalpuria, CEO and ED, of Indocount Industries, commented, “This collaboration underlines our dedication to sustainable practices and innovation. By partnering with Partech Seeds, we are harnessing the power of research to shape the future of cotton seed varieties, ultimately benefiting both farmers and consumers.”
Indocount Industries and Partech Seeds, with their experience and knowledge in the textile industry, bring a wealth of expertise to the table. Their long-standing presence and knowledge in the field uniquely position them to harness their collective strengths and drive forward the transformative potential of this collaboration and elevate the nation’s position as a leader in agricultural innovation.