"A World of Knowledge in Every Seed"

Nunhems India wins the best stall award at Krishi Mela 2013

Nunhems, the vegetable seeds business of Bayer CropScience, participated in International Krishi Mela (farmer fair) on 7th-11th November. Nunhems displayed a theme of “A World of Knowledge in Every Seed”.

With this message, Nunhems further strengthened its position as the global specialist in vegetable seeds, particularly in breeding, seed technology and innovative products. University of Agriculture Sciences, Bangalore, one of the key agri-universities in India, is organizing the farmer fair.

The Nunhems vegetable and fruit display was one of a kind. The display depicted the Indian wholesale vegetable market scenario (Mandi), in which a vegetable cart with a cycle was used.

Fruit Display depicting a vegetable mandi in which vegetable sacks and vegetable carts are used.

Two new key varieties were highlighted on the cart: Don, the new cucumber hybrid from the Indian breeding program and Racer, the recently launched Bittergourd variety. Other key varieties on display were: Ajax, a pickling cucumber variety; hot pepper varieties Devanur Deluxe, Laali, Ujala, and Priyanka; tomato variety Lakshmi and Unnati and Yash as cabbage varieties.

Madhusudan, Nunhems Product Specialist, explains our key hot pepper varieties to a customer at the stand

On the last day of the event, the organizers announced the winners for the best stall. Nunhems received the award for having the best stall under Agricultural Inputs.
V S Gurushanth, Divisional Sales Manager for Karnataka and members of his team receive the Best Stall trophy and certificate from The Agricultural Minister Mr. Krsihna Byregowda, EX VC Mr.Shilavantar and EX Agri-Secretary Mr. Charandas Singh.

For more information contact:
Sabiha Shakil
Bayer Crop Science
Mobile: +91 7760998969
Email: sabiha.shakil@bayer.com

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