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Seed Co has over 80 years of experience in the production and supply of certified high yielding seed varieties bred in Africa for African climatic and geographic conditions.
Seed Co has maintained a strong market share among communal and commercial farmers from years of intensive investment in Research and Development.
All of the seed produced by Seed Co Zimbabwe is certified by Seed Services Zimbabwe, an Institute under the Department of Research and Specialist Services (DRSS). Zimbabwean farmers are assured of the highest quality certification and that the seed is suitable for all Zimbabwean climatic conditions.
In addition to an extensive range of maize hybrid seed, Seed Co Zimbabwe also produces and markets seed for wheat, soya beans, sorghum, sugar beans and vegetable seeds.
Our Seed Co maize brands are specially bred for various ecological regions across Africa, assuring farmers’ best in class quality seeds and high yields which result in Bumper Harvests every season.
I planted SC 659 on the 27th of September and Harvested on the 9th of March and achieved an average of 13.5 tons per hectare. The Variety lived up to its expectations, uniformity and cob height is spot on. Hats off please keep up the sterling work in Zimbabwe.
Mr Chinyai, SC 659 – Bulawayo | Zimbabwe
On the 1st of October, I planted SC 659 and had an average of 12.9 tons per hectare. With these standards you will give our nation its pride back, of being the bread basket of Africa.
Mr Chari, SC 659 – Chinhoyi | Zimbabwe
Seed Co SC 727, Nzou, truly “ibhuru remusha”, It is incomparable, no wonder its Zimbabwe’s number 1 choice.
Mr Dzoro, SC 727 – Gokwe | Zimbabwe
We planted SC 659 and 727 and I am grateful for the yield we obtained. On 659 we managed to average 10.7 tons per hectare for despite challenges in erratic rain pattern and on 727 we managed to average 13.4 tons per ha. We are quite satisfied with what we obtained on both varieties and we are looking forward increasing our hectares for the said varieties this 2022-23 farming season.
Mr & Mrs Apakuti, SC 727 – Chipinge | Zimbabwe
I salute the good response of SC659 under both dryland and overhead irrigation system. No doubt the variety can return the country to the food basket of Africa status.
Mr Nhamo, SC 659 – Masvingo | Zimbabwe