Strategic Alliance.

Strategic alliance

Es Seeds and Semillas Batlle sign a collaboration agreement for the expansion and commercialization of new crop alternatives that generate various options for farmers in the Iberian Peninsula.

The company Semillas Batlle one of the leading companies nationwide, created in 1802 and with a solid distribution channel, will market several of the varieties that the company Es Seeds produces and markets internationally, currently the company Es Seeds produces seeds in Brazil, Thailand and Brazil. And currently marketing in more than 11 countries.

Both companies signed last week the strategic alliance to complement each other and be able to achieve new goals, with which to publicize and reach a wider audience these varieties that have already been tested and tested in Spain successfully. As David Martin, CEO of ES SEEDS, tells us.

Both companies will work for the dissemination and commercialization of cover crop crops such as @CrescentSunn (Crotalaria Juncea) and forage production crops such as @PastoSiambasa and @Loei, the latter is the last bet of Es Seeds for the production of fodder, a crop belonging to the family of legumes that offer us a high forage yield with a low contribution of fertilizer and low water needs, an ideal crop for the situation we are currently experiencing with high costs of nitrogen fertilizers and a widespread drought nationwide.

David Martin explains that the alliance was forged with these three crops as a first phase, and thus be able to incorporate a greater number of crops in subsequent phases, currently Es Seeds has in its test fields with 5 new products that once their adaptability to the environmental conditions of the Iberian Peninsula is verified, its profitability and production capacity will be launched on the market under the alliance between Semillas Batlle and Es Seeds in order to continue generating alternatives and with them wealth to the agricultural sector.