Our Farm production

First Agro uses sustainable growing practices. All crops are grown in safe, clean and environmentally friendly conditions. Our “earth friendly” growing practices ensure long term sustainability, efficient utilization of resources and respect for local bio diversity.

Our quality control begins with premium and Non-GMO seeds, nurtured and grown at our own facilities, ensuring complete control and consistency of quality from seed to fruit. Many of the input seeds for production are also grown by us as part of the company’s collection of heirlooms and open-pollinated varieties, which allows us to offer a wide range and varieties of fresh produce.

We have a matured Integrated Pest & Disease Management where nature’s beneficial insects, bio-derived neem oil and garlic along with pheromone insects traps are used effectively to manage the agriculture pests. Combination of horse, cow and poultry compost manure with beneficial microbes helps us to maintain soil’s micro-environment and fertility, at the same time nurture the mother earth for future generations.

All of our production is 100% drip-irrigation which allows us to reduce water consumption by 70% over conventional agriculture. Drip watering reduces water use by eliminating waste because it applies water directly to plant root zones; losses to wind and evaporation are dramatically reduced.

Consumption of First Agro’s Zero Pesticide™ produce is a great way to eliminate your exposure to pesticides and harmful heavy metals commonly found in fresh produce that have been grown using conventional agricultural practices.

First Agro has adopted Codex’s standard for all its farm production. Codex Alimentarius Commission was established in 1963 by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO). Codex has defined global food safety standards to ensure that consumers are not exposed to unsafe levels of hazardous and toxic materials. The Codex standards has now become the global reference point for consumers, food producers and processors, national food control agencies and the international food trade.