Siambaza released in Kenya, 2020
We’ve concluded our Siambasa hay campaign in Spain with production results above the planned! For another year the demand has been higher than the supply, an aspect that indicates the high quality of this hay that is now a reality in the feeding of livestock at international level!
First export to the Republic of Peru, we landed in a country full of possibilities and with a great future for the Crescent Sunn market. #SeedContribution #LivestockinPeru #Peru #Legumes #Forage #ForageSeeds #CrescentSunn #SunnHemp #CrotalariaJuncea #GreenManure #nematodes #organicmatter #TropicalSeeds #export #efectosoluciones #EcologicalAgriculture
It all started with a seed, today we are sowing for the world. These improved varieties are returning to the lands of their parents — East Africa — and have had an impact on animal production. This certainly makes us proud to be part of this success story. As part of our internationalization plan we Read More >
Beautiful Italy! Enthusiastic about the great adaptation of Siambasa Grass and Crescent Sunn in a country with great forage production due to the high demand for quality hay for the production of different types of cheese famous internationally, our crops generate alternatives to traditional sowing crops. Summer always offering nutritional quality and high forage yields!! Read More >
At the Tropentag Conference, Kassel, Germany, 2019, whose theme was: Filling gaps and removing traps for sustainable resources management, Tropical Seeds LLC, as part of Group Papalotla, participated in the event. There were Eduardo Stern, Aliosha Stern and Jennifer Arciniegas. They were accompanied by David Martin from Efecto Soluciones, our representative in Spain. During the Read More >
Jose Dubeux, João Vendramini, L. Garcia, D. Jaramillo, E. Santos, F. van Cleef, UF/IFAS Agronomy Department Introduction Figure 1. Sunn hemp trial at UF IFAS NFREC Marianna. Photo credit: Jose Dubeux Warm-season perennial grasses are the most used forages in Florida; however, nitrogen (N) fertilization is needed to maintain their productivity and nutritive value. Warm-season Read More >
CIAT and the Papalotla Group, a worldwide leading company in the production of improved seeds for tropical hybrid pastures, signed the agreement “Sustainable intensification for environmental benefits”.
On September 14, 1992 the Mexican company Semillas Papalotla was born, a cornerstone of GRUPO PAPALOTLA, to which our company Tropical Seeds, Llc. belongs. September 14, 2017, 25 years of GRUPO PAPALOTLA, distributing and planting seed to the world, troughout more than 50 countries! ¡We are very proud and happy of our achievements!