Saimei is aware of the value of the relationship with the quality of the growers, and regards it as the top priority of its own development. It has always maintained close ties with the growers'market and practiced the concept of benign development. Saimei focus and invests in the healthy growth and sustainable development of growers and the environment, so as to realize the harmonious cooperation and virtuous circle among growers, environment, society and economy.
Fair norms are the basis of cooperation between Saimei and growers. Around the core needs of each grower, Saimei develops a collaborative plan with the growers and provides assistance at every step. Saimei not only provides program support, technical support and financial support for growers, but also helps growers learn and grow, and teaches them knowledge, experience and High-yielding technology. Solve substantive problems, so as to ensure the continuous production of high-quality agricultural products, that not only help growers to increase income, but also promote the healthy development of the environment, society, economy, and even Saimei business.
On Organic Certification
What is organic crop? In the process of planting, crops which follow the specific agricultural production principles, do not use the biological products obtained from genetic engineering, do not use any pesticides, herbicides and chemical fertilizers, and grow in accordance with the laws of nature and ecological principles can be called "organic crops". Organic crops are not legal unless they are certified by a third party.
Four elements of fair norm:
Product quality: Growers must standardize their planting according to agreed organic standards of the European Union and the United States.
Economic Responsibility: Saimei must implement a transparent mechanism to provide seed, technology, solutions and other support in strict accordance with the contract.
Social Responsibility: From seeds to finished products, Saimei must establish traceability standards to ensure that all products are traceable and have clear rights and responsibilities.
Environmental protection model: Growers must formulate measures to prevent environmental pollution, and in accordance with the agreed principles of sustainable farming, do not apply chemical fertilizers, pesticides, to ensure that the crops provided are green, healthy and pollution-free.
Saimei has been cooperating with local growers for 30 years. In the past 30 years, Saimei has established a positive long-term cooperative relationship with growers by providing growers with the support they need to help them manage farms, protect the environment, and develop the skills, managerial skills and business skills they need in the organic farming industry. This partnership has made Saimei become a leading manufacturer and supplier in the organic field.
Scope of service
Saimei's specialty crops include sunflower, pumpkin and coarse grain. Saimei has a variety of grower programs, including organic certification, non-gmo, conventional and confectionary grade. In addition, Saimei is good at providing comprehensive solution service system for growers, among which, it has rich experience and unrepeatable advantages in helping retail investors develop towards large-scale growers.
Grower services include:
A. seed selection B. fertilizer distribution C. plant protection D. Detection Service E. Agricultural Machinery Service
F. Technical Training G. Soil Improvement H. Financial Support
The process of getting certified organic on a farm can be lengthy, taking up to three years to implement. In addition, farms may lose as much as 50 percent of their production during this transition period. The transition from conventional farming to certified organic farming takes time and money.
The organic seeds purchased by Saimei are also produced by growers who also participate in the fair standard planting cooperation and the organic certification system.