About US


Sai Crop Science Pvt. Ltd. is an agri-inputs business since 2012 with a pan India Presence.Our company engages in both organic and inorganic agricultural inputs engaging in full value chain operations from manufacturing and supplying to farming community for a sustainable agricultural growth.

Sai Crop Science Pvt. Ltd. has an annual turnover of around 125 Crore (15 million US$).We manufacture a wide range of products like insecticides, weedicides and fungicides. We have developed an in-house Liquid Fermented Organic Manure named Sai Power Plus. It is an indigenously researched and developed product which gives a minimum of 80% to 100% more yields in various crops including Paddy.

We are looking forward to expand our business to internationals arena through strategic partnerships, with esteemed organisations in various countries to augment their and our business. We are already in business in Nepal with a sizeable turnover and we have had a major breakthrough in Bangladesh and Bhutan this year with the help of Sai Power Plus. We are also rapidly progressing to register our products in Vietnam, Australia, Argentina, Cambodia, Iran and in South African Countries.

We have a total of 96 CIB (Central Insecticide Board , India) registered products already and a number of new molecules are in pipeline under process for CIB Registration. Our products also include a number of Combination products (CIB Registered) which are giving remarkable results as a crop protection products and as a yield booster.

Our broad vision is to establish Sai Crop Science as a reputed Global Player in the field of Farm Inputs.


To develop our in-house “product basket” that not only takes care of soil & plant health through nutrition but also efficient and affordable use ofthe nutrient by the end users to enable them to increase their profitability from every crop they grow.


We believe that "New Organic Innovations” with Organic inputs leads to higher productivity and yield and lower inputs cost will enhance the productivity to meet the global demand of food security through all major crops around the world.