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Nurturing Plant Tissue at Green Perfect.

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About Us

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The primary focus of GPP's Tissue Culture Laboratory is to produce disease-free Seed Potato. Organization is also working on Banana, Philodendron and Gerbera plants.

GPP is dedicated to offering healthy planting stocks to potato farmers by utilizing advanced tissue culture techniques. Additionally, GPP has formed a partnership with "Sarpo" a renowned British seed potato company, to locally multiply and produce their diverse range of seed potato varieties.

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Established by consortium of family businesses, including traders, gas stations, dairy farms, poultry farms, and agriculture farming enterprises
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Our Vision

Our vision is to provide food security to the people and produce exportable surplus for earning foreign exchange and alleviate poverty through increased farm income and employment opportunities.

Production of pre-basic virus-free seeds of potatoes of the approved & public (free from breeder rights) potato varieties will enhance the average yield of potatoes by the dissemination of high-quality seeds to the farming community at an affordable rate.

Business Model

GPP aims to produce high-quality, disease-free seed potatoes specifically targeting small landholding farmers. The focus is on providing quality seeds at a lower price, which is cost-efficient and plays a crucial role in potato production.

In the initial phase, GPP plans to utilize modern techniques, potentially including an Aeroponic system in the near future. This indicates the organization's commitment to adopting advanced agricultural methods to enhance seed potato production.

By offering disease-free, high-quality seeds at an affordable price, GPP aims to contribute to the improvement of potato cultivation and ultimately benefit small-scale farmers. It indicates a focus on ensuring accessibility to quality seeds, which can have a positive impact on overall potato production in the targeted region or area of operation.

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Multiplication Procedure

The multiplication of potato varieties is an ongoing process that involves rigorous testing (Virus Free) and selection. Performance of ELISA test and tagging of healthy plants of the seed potato varieties Meristem collection from healthy plants of the seed potato varieties.

After cultivating a plant in a controlled environment such as a greenhouse, the resulting seeds(tubers) are obtained. Tubers are then harvested from these plants and propagated vegetatively from one tuber to another. Through a meticulous six-step process of propagation and testing conducted annually, only the highest- quality tubers are retained as superior seed. These selected tubers are subsequently transferred to the farmers for cultivation.

The Problem

Import Dependency

Despite being the third major cash crop, Pakistan heavily relies on imports of 15,000 to 20,000 tons of Seed Potato. The associated monetary value of these imports is approximately Rs.2,823 million (equivalent to approximately 11 million USD).

Economic Impact

The importation of potato seeds exert detrimental effects on our economy which contributes to rising prices, impacting small farmers who struggle to meet the elevated costs due to market competition and fluctuating dollar rates.

Self-Sufficiency Concerns

An excessive dependence on imports hinders the development of self-sufficiency in the domestic agricultural sector, posing challenges to its growth and stability in the long run.

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Solution & Benefits

  • This transformative project will have significant benefits for the potato core area, positively impacting over 10 million people. It addresses the crucial issue of quality seed potatoes, benefiting both farmers and consumers.
  • The project aims to increase potato production by introducing innovative techniques, promoting best practices, and providing technical support. This will meet the growing demand for
  • The project seeks to enhance the export of ware potatoes by ensuring high-quality seeds and meeting stringent quality standards. This will open up new export opportunities, leading to economic growth and improving the country's position in global agricultural trade.
  • The project aims to reduce reliance on seed imports by promoting local production and distribution of high-quality seed potatoes. This strengthens the agricultural sector, enhances food security, and fosters sustainable growth.
  • In summary, this project positively impacts the potato core area by addressing seed potato quality, increasing production, reducing costs, promoting exports, and decreasing import reliance. It benefits farmers, consumers, and the region's economic well-being while ensuring the growth and sustainability of the potato industry.

Feature Goals

GPP demonstrates a strong commitment and clear vision to collaborate with its stakeholders, recognizing the importance of exchanging expertise and providing training opportunities to farmers. The organization aims to achieve this by organizing training workshops, demonstrations, and similar activities.

Furthermore, GPP extends an invitation to other enterprises, welcoming them to join forces in generating opportunities that can contribute to improving the economic situation of the country. The organization recognizes the importance of collective efforts and partnerships to address challenges and create a positive impact in Pakistan.

GPP's ultimate goal is to ensure food security for the people of Pakistan. By working together with stakeholders, exchanging expertise, and creating collaborative opportunities, GPP aims to contribute to the overall welfare of the country and support initiatives that promote a sustainable and secure food supply for its population.

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