Jiye Technologies Pakistan’s leading agri-tech platform Partners With Agri-innovation giant Syngenta Pakistan

Leading Agri-Tech company Jiye Technologies enters an agreement with Syngenta Pakistan, a unit of Syngenta Participations AG in Basel, Switzerland, for a groundbreaking relationship. The collaboration aims to boost the agriculture industry by giving farmers access to increased production and profitability.
The strategic alliance is a program integration of Jiye and Syngenta’s joint vision for a digitally led farming ecosystem, integrated with end-to-end Agri-solutions that promote increased productivity and guarantee farmer profitability.
The first resource pooling alliance in this sector consists of three main components that each address problems that arise before, during, and after harvest.

With the help of Jiye Tech’s network of financial partners, farmers will be able to purchase high-quality, specialised inputs for yield enhancement, such as seeds and pesticides, from the Syngenta and Naya Savera franchises on credit, giving them easy access to financing with favorable terms.

Furthermore, Syngenta field experts will offer farmers yield enhancement advice and facilitate high yield output to ensure agriculture best practices and optimal use of these specialized inputs, ultimately leading to a healthy harvest.

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