ACI Seed's Crop Show Program: Showcasing Advancements in Veg Varieties ACI Seed recently hosted a Crop Show Program at its own PDS Station in Sadar, Jashore. The event aimed to showcase and promote the latest advancements in vegetable crops. Over 100 dealers, suppliers, and leaders from ACI Seed's sales and marketing team participated in the program.

ACI Seed is currently marketing a total of 117 varieties of 39 vegetable crops, including 39 varieties of 12 crops from its own R&D, which have been well-received by farmers and traders. The program featured a comprehensive display of 94 varieties from 19 different crops, including tomato, cauliflower, cabbage, broccoli, carrot, chili, brinjal, bottle gourd, and more.

During the Crop Show Program, participants had the opportunity to interact with experts and representatives from ACI Seed, who provided valuable information about the characteristics, agronomic practices, and market potential of each variety. This allowed participants to make informed decisions about which varieties would be most suitable for their specific farming conditions and market demands.

The Crop Show Program served as a platform for knowledge-sharing, fostering collaboration, and encouraging the adoption of improved vegetable varieties. By presenting the latest advancements in vegetable breeding and genetics, this program contributes to the overall development of sustainable and productive farming practices.

Mr. Sudhir Chandra Nath, Business Director of ACI Seed, graced the program as the Chief Guest. Also present were Mr. Mizanur Rahaman, Business Operation Manager, Mr. AKM Shahinur Rahman, GM of Sales, Mr. Monosiz Kumar Mondal, Sales Manager, Mr. Iqbal Hossain, Sales Manager, and Portfolio Managers of Vegetables.

Under the guidance of Mr. Khandaker Saifur Rahman, Chief Marketing Officer, and Dr. Akik Bin Zaher, PDS Manager, ACI Seed organized the program with their team. The dealers expressed their satisfaction and expressed their anticipation for more programs to stay updated about the potential varieties.