Crystal Launches Five Revolutionary Products
Delhi, 21 July 2017: Leading agrochemical company, Crystal Crop Protection Pvt. Ltd., known for its innovative range of insecticides, fungicides, plant growth regulators, today, launched a basket of goodies for farmers that are going to revolutionize crop protection and improve productivity for Indian farmers.
Crystal introduced five revolutionary products to Indian farmers which Include -Apex 50 an Insecticide for control of caterpillars & Mites & is under patent consideration, Abacin is a second product which is world renowned Miticide, the Third product is Azotrix which is excellent product for the control of blast in paddy crop. Fourth product is bio stimulant - Toggle Plus brought in association with Canada based Acadian Plant Health. Fifth Product is a Soil Conditioner to unlock the potential of Soil – Crystorhiza. These products will ensure higher yield and more profits to farmers.
With its latest offerings Crystal, a market leader in agrochemical sector, hopes to strengthen its presence in Delhi and across India. Last year also, the company introduced 7 products that have improved the landscape of Indian farming.
Speaking on the utility of these products, MD Ankur Agarwal, Crystal Crop Protection Pvt. Ltd. said, “As a farmer-centric company, we are delighted to bring these products which are going to benefit farmers in a big way. They are extremely effective and affordable and will help farmers protect their crop and improve yield. This type of rapid fire launch of valuable products is rare in the history of the agrochemical industry. We value our farmers, they are our annadata. We are launching these products to help them become more prosperous.”
Apex-50 would be a strong weapon in the farmers’ arsenal -- effective in controlling Lepidopteran pests and Thrips. It is for the first time that such a product is being launched in India.
Abacin which is exclusive to Crystal and would enable farmers to control the menace of mite. Abacin is a Blue Triangle Product which will be extremely useful for farmers, especially in Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, Andhra Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, Karnataka, Rajasthan, Gujarat, Maharashtra, Haryana, and Punjab, where mite infestation is a major problem. Due to its higher MRL, Abacin is widely used on mites, globally.
With an aimto be a leader in the bio stimulant market, Crystal is proud to enter intoan association with Canada based Acadian Plant Health™ (APH), to bring thecelebrated yield-enhancing bio-stimulant Toggle Plus to Indiafor the first time for the benefit of Indian farmers. The bio–stimulant isbased on Ascophyllum nodosum, a natural extract scientifically is proven toincrease crop yields and return on investment for farmers. It is exclusivelygrown in the intertidal zone of North Atlantic Ocean.
Also inCrystal’s basket of farmers’ goodies is Crystorhiza a soilconditioner which unlocks the potential of the soil and thus ensuring betterplant health and better yield. It can be used on all crops but isparticularly beneficial for rice, wheat, sugarcane, cotton, vegetables, andfruits.
Azotrix,under patent consideration, is the result of Crystal’s own R&D.Azotrix would give farmers a powerful weapon against blastinfestation in paddy crop which is India’s biggest crop. It will be a boon forpaddy farmers and make crystal a dominant player in Paddy Crop ProtectionMarket.
Elated onthe launch of these products Mr. C. S. Shukla, Crystal’s Senior Vice President,Marketing, said, “Fromits inception, Crystal has been focused on providing complete farm solutions tofarmers, from the sowing of the seeds to harvest. Our close engagement withfarmers keeps us alive to the challenges faced by them. We do intensive R&Dwith direct feedback from the ground to bring them the best possible products.These new products are part of the integrated crop solutions being promoted byCrystal specialists and will certainly make our offerings to farmers morerobust. They will enhance Crystal’s brand value as an established agrochemicalthat believes in bringing farmers the best of innovations.”