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The Ezzy Story

We provide you 100% Toxic Free Product

Ezzy Bio Science Pvt Ltd is a leading name in the Agro Chemical industry, has set new heights in servicing the needs of its agri customers. It is one of the few companies that not only focus but also manage the customer’s need/s by lending its ears to their demand. The company professionals sincerely make an attempt to remain flexible and care for the ultimate goal of the customers since nature varies from place to place.

In short, we at Ezzy value our relationship with our business partners and we keep it above the rest.

Ezzy Bio Sciences, an enterprise of Ezzy group, is dedicated to promote organic farming by developing a wide range of organic agro products.

Incorporated as a company in 2004 by the great visionary Late Mr. Abbas Ali Bohra, who started the business way back in 1975, Ezzy Bio Sciences is a company that is well equipped with state-of-the-art manufacturing facility. The company has achieved excellence in manufacturing world-class organic products including Fertilisers, Pesticides, Organic Inputs, Micro-nutrients, Bio-Stimulant, among others. These products provide cost effective, ozone-friendly and sustainable solutions to agriculture at large.

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We all are aware that every year two percent of the existing land on this planet is diverted for construction purposes like roads, bridges and other essentials, there is an immense pressure on the existing cultivable land to produce the growing need of the increasing population. And that is the reason undoubtedly every nation agrees that farmers are their backbones.

Hence we at Ezzy work much harder and innovate solutions to ease the pressure of our farming community not only in India but globally so that they cultivate not only more crops but also of high quality. All our products are not just helpful and effective in yield, but protect the long-term fertility of soil by maintaining organic matter levels.

Our products have been approved by IFOAM certification agency as a 100% organic product. Our products comply with the international standards and adhere strictly to industrial standards’ norms. We are proud to say that our  robust quality control system has put our company in the forefront as a renowned player in the business.

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Our Certifications

We are certified organic as per India Organic (NPOP), USDA (NOP), Kosher and EU Standards. We adhere to stringent norms set by APEDA, Ministry of Agriculture with respect to transaction certificates used in traceability of the organic crops. But, we do not stop there, we are proud to have maintained our BRC Grade-A certification as well.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is organic agriculture?

Organic agriculture is a production system that sustains the health of soils, ecosystems and people. It relies on ecological processes, biodiversity and cycles adapted to local conditions, rather than the use of inputs with adverse effects. Organic agriculture combines tradition, innovation and science to benefit the shared environment and promote fair relationships and a good quality of life for all involved.

What are certified organic products?

Certified organic products are those which have been produced, stored, processed, handled and marketed in accordance with precise technical specifications (standards) and certified as “organic” by a certification body. Once a certification body has verified conformity with organic standards, the product can be labeled as such. This label will differ depending on the certification body, but can be taken as an assurance that the essential elements constituting an “organic” product have been met from the farm to the market.

How to improve soil fertility?

Leaching – Plant nutrients are lost beyond the reach of plant roots.

Soil erosion – Top soil is lost by the agent of erosion e.g. wind, water.

Monocropping – This utilizes only specific nutrients from a particular zone making it exhausted. It also causes accumulation of certain pests and diseases.

Continuous cropping –This continuously exhaust the fertility of land unless the the land if fallowed.

How to maintain biological diversity?

Help Native Pollinators. Pollinators, are the key to reproduction for most flowering plants which are foundational to the survival of many species on our planet. Reduce or eliminate pesticides and fertilizer.

Restore habitat in your yard.

Reuse and recycle. Composting is key here. It reduces the amount of waste going into landfills and the space needed to hold that waste.

How are incest pests managed on organic farms?

Organic farm systems protect crop damage by insect pests primarily through the use of biological and cultural practices such as crop rotation; diversification; habitat management; beneficial organism releases; sanitation; and timing. Some natural substances, such as botanicals, and a few relatively non-toxic synthetic pesticides such as soap are permitted by the USDA National Organic Program Standards when used in conjunction with the farm plan and used according to the restrictions found on the National List.

How are weeds managed on organic farms?

Weed management on organic farms consists of cultural and mechanical techniques such as the rotation of crops that suppress weeds, mulching, tillage, cultivation, water management, and manual weeding. Weeds often help to conserve soil, improve organic matter, and provide beneficial habitat for natural enemies on organic farms. Plastic mulches are permitted provide they are removed at the end of the season. Insects and diseases can help to keep certain weed populations in check. There are a few natural substances that are also used to manage weeds, but the efficacy of these substances is still subject to question.

How are crop diseases managed on organic farms?

Soil-borne diseases are managed by improving organic matter and biological activity. Cultural, biological, and physical methods such as rotation, sanitation, pruning, and selection of disease resistant varieties are all part of organic disease management. Some natural substances, such as clays, and a few synthetic fungicides such as copper sulfate are permitted by the USDA National Organic Program Standards when used in conjunction with the farm plan and used according to the restrictions found on the National List.