PlantbiotiX from Bio-Agriculture, a bio-ag division of Zytex, is changing the way industries obtain Microbial-based crop protection inputs, growth enhancement and soil health improvement products.
PlantbioiX also helps textile, food, cosmetic and nutraceuticals, which has allowed Zytex to become the leading biotechnology domain organization in India. Zytex has facilities to manufacture and test products in Silvasa and Baroda including ISO 9000, ISO 22000, GMP and FAMIQS certified and the R&D lab which is recognized by the government of India and has DSRI recognition.
Using PlantbiotiX’s products consistently will improve crop nutrients, helping to increase the crop yield and livelihood for farmers. PlantbioX has been released in the western and central Indian communities of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh where the high-quality products have been well-received by farmers.
PlantbiotiX continues to remain committed to its core philosophy of "Better Technology, Better World" as well as contributing to a sustainable agriculture. PlantbiotiX Vision and PlantbioiX Mission of being a trusted provider of products for safe and sustainable biological solutions to improving farming livelihoods is at the core of what motivates the PlantbiotiX team to continually provide high-quality, bio-nutrition, bio-control and soil health improvement products for farmers in India and around the world.
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Zytex Biotech Pvt Ltd Mumbai, Maharashtra 400059
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