Introducing Climate Smart Maize Hybrid Seed

Zimbabwe has not been spared from the effects of global warming. According to the meteorological services of Zimbabwe, since 1987 the country has experienced its six warmest years on record, with daily minimum and maximum temperatures having risen by approximately 2°C over the past century.

Due to global warming our climatic conditions are constantly changing and becoming more unpredictable. During the 2021-2022 season most areas received late rains, longer dry spells, flooding in some areas and drought in other areas, all due to climate change.

At Agriseeds we know that Climate change is real and we know the effects of climate change to the farming business and the farmer. We have continuously invested in research and breeding in order to produce climate smart products adaptable to climate change.

As we continue to prepare for the 2022-2023 season we are happy and proud to introduce not only one but two champion, tried and tested varieties adaptable to climate change, ZAP 73 and ZAP 611 Extra.

At Agriseeds we know that Climate change is real and we know the effects of climate change to the farming business and the farmer.

As we prepare for the 2022-2023 we are proud to introduce not only one but two champion varieties adaptable to climate change thus ZAP 73 and ZAP 611 Extra

View ZAP73 Characteristics

View ZAP611 Characteristics

In support of the girl child

Agriseeds (Pvt) Ltd identified Sahumani Girls Rugby Team a.k.a (Valley Giants), and commenced full sponsorship since 2017. To imagine 3 girls from Sahumani Girls Rugby team making it into the Sables Women Rugby, Zimbabwe Women's National Team is no small feat. What an achievement! What with Trish Kanemiri making it into the final team that played Rugby Fifteens against Zambia on the 2nd and 5th of June 2021

Award Winner!

The Internationally renowned Chartered Institute of Customer Relationship Management (CICRM) crowning Agriseeds with the Most Trusted Brand Award three times in a row, 2017, 2018 and 2019. What an achievement, itself no mean feat as endorsed by the customer.

What makes good seed?

Good seed culminates in high yields. Disease is an issue with living organisms and the same is with seed. Seed that is not susceptible to diseases qualifies for good seed. When a farmers sows, poor or no germination of seed at all does not pronounce good seed. Excellent yield is a function of excellent germination. At above 95% germination rate, Agriseeds assures the nation good yields, other conditions remaining good. Read More

The Cradle of yield

Farmers, did you know this? Yield is a function of genetic potential, environmental potential as well as farmer management practice. Cultural practices also come into play, such issues like weeding, pest control, planting time and scouting are vital farmer yield pointers.

Agriseeds on radio

We believe it is important to support our Farmers with technical assistance to enable them to improve their yields with Agriseeds products.

In addition to Field Days, Provincial Shows, Digital tutorials and mobile phone conversations, we have partnered with radio stations in your area and invested in radio tutorials which are easily accessible on Frequency Modulation across the nation delivered in your own language.

Together with our partners including EMA, ZimLabs, Agritex , Distributors, Ministry Of Agriculture, Ministry of Health, Lands Commission only to mention a few , we are committed to produce and broadcast through our partner radio stations highly technical and trending content to assist our farmers in their farming business.

Radio Programs Schedule

Radio Zimbabwe Tuesday 20:45-21:00 National Shona/Ndebele
National FM Monday 05:45-05:55 National Multilingual
YaFM Thursday 05:50-0600 Midlands
Hevoi FM Wednesday 20:10-20:20 Masvingo Shona/Karanga
Central Radio Monday 05:50-0600 Midlands Shona/Ndebele
Nkhulumani FM Wednesday 05:50-06:00 Bulawayo Ndebele
Nyaminyami FM Wednesday 20:10-20:20 Mash West
Mash Central
Diamond FM Thursday 19:00-20:00 Mash West
Mash Central
Shona/Manicaland Dialects
Agriseeds donates to worthy cause!

Mother of tripplets, Olinda Maphosa receives a donation from Agriseeds represented by Mr Ivan Craig (Sales Director), at the handover ceremony graced by the Minister of Information and Publicity, Honourable Minister Monica Mutsvangwa in Mutare recently, May 2021.

Agriseeds Shining!!!

Social Corporate Responsibility through respect for wetlands earns Agriseeds top award. The Environmental Management Agency (EMA) in conjunction with The Corporate Social Responsibility Network Zimbabwe (CSRNZ) honoured Agriseeds with this top recognition at an awards ceremony on 27th November 2020 held at the HICC. Graced by the Honourable Minister Professor Paul Mavima as Guest of Honour, the event also attracted some other Government Ministers and Deputies.

This noble award symbolises deliberate environmental Corporate effort, encouraging companies to be more environmentally responsible, especially given the possible impact of Industry and Business on the environment. Agriseeds deliberately avoiding wetlands as demonstrations plots are set up inland, in and around towns as well as along highways in Zimbabwe. This award coming as it did was no mean achievement.

ZITF 2022

Agriseeds Exhibited during the 2022 edition of the Zimbabwe International Trade Fair held in Bulawayo, from the 26th to 30th of April 2022 under the theme, “ Rethink, Reimagine, Reinvent value chains for economic development.”

Our exhibition stand was headlined by our new high yielding climate smart hybrid seed maize varieties ZAP 73 and ZAP 611 EXTRA .

If you missed us during ZITF period visit our social media handles below:

Zimbabwe Agric Show (ZAS) 2021

Bike handover by His Excellence the President of Zimbabwe, Dr E.D Mnangagwa. Recipient, Dares Shambare, best overall Agritex Officer from Mashonaland Central.

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Agriseeds Product Mix

Seed Maize-the ZAP brand, meaning Zimbabwe Agriseeds Product:
• ZAP31
A highly adaptive maize variety recommended for marginal agronomic regions of III, IV and V. Yields are in excess of 8 tons per hectare under good management by the farmer.
• ZAP43
Yet another performer in marginal areas of Zimbabwe, with yields in excess of 9 tons per hectare under good farmer management.
• ZAP51
A new variety with a drought tolerance that qualifies as good, especially in marginal areas of III, IV and V.
• ZAP55
One variety with an exceptionally long cob recommended for green mealies. Its low nitrogen use efficiency is a unique feature recommended for farmers in sandy loamy soils in medium to high rainfall areas of Zimbabwe.
• ZAP61
Also known as Bhuru Remusha, what a thrilling variety that took the market by storm. If drought tolerance, flinty grain quality and flour density are anything to go by, ZAP61 is the variety. Boiling and roasting of green mealies highly compatible with ZAP61.
• ZAP611
Also known as ZAP61 EXTRA, an innovation boasting of similar traits to ZAP61, a universal variety adaptable to all agronomic regions of Zimbabwe.
• ZAP63
If cob length, kennel quality and flour density are anything to go by, farmers in regions I, 11a, IIb and under irrigation strongly recommended to plant this variety. The cob is filled right to the tip under good conditions. A white semi- flinty variety that has all the qualities of a high yielder.
• ZAP73
A rare 7 series variety boasting of excellent drought tolerance. Characterised by a long cob, semi dent kennels, has high flour density, yielding in excess of 14 tons under good farmer management. Yet as a 7 series, it fits well in the medium maturity category.

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