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No job too big, small for Fossil Agro

Fossil Agro (Pvt) Ltd is an established company with vast experience in the business of distribution of Agricultural Chemicals in Zimbabwe namely herbicides, fungicides, insecticides and nematicides.

No job is too big or too small for Fossil Agro as we are able to supply the big corporations in the sugar, cotton, tea, retail industries among others.

Each container of our products comes shrink-wrapped to preserve quality and ensure that they are delivered to clients in the most perfect of conditions.

Fossil Agro understands that time is of the essence in farming operations hence the lead time from the confirmation of an order is very short, ensuring that farmers conduct their farming operations on time.

It is not only quality that Fossil Agro prides itself in, but also highly competitive prices as nothing is cast in stone because bulk orders attract huge discounts and also our loyal clients enjoy flexible trading terms.

The purchase of a product from Fossil Agro is the beginning of a long and mutually beneficial relationship as the company has back up staff of highly trained technical people who offer free on-site advice and training to all its diverse clients.

At Fossil Agro, we endeavour each day to be a responsive provider of Agro Chemicals and agronomic advice to the Zimbabwean farming community.

Agriculture is the food and fibre sector of the economy as the country’s population continues to grow we need to find sustainable means to fend for this population.

It is to this end, as Fossil Agro we forge collaborative relationships with farmers, chemistry developers, Government and various players in the agro inputs value chain in a bid to provide robust timeous solutions to on farm challenges.

There you have it, go on and give Fossil Agro a call today and get solutions for all your chemical problems.

Source :

The Herald

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