Levity Crop Science is proud to announce distribution in Egypt with United Group of Agencies Agricultural Development Co.

UGAAD, headed by Mahmoud Abouelazayem Ahmed, will provide excellent agronomic support and a distribution network across Egypt.

Levity has secured registrations for six products Lono, Lono Plus, Sulis, Damu, Indra and Albion, a range that has excellent international field trial results to back it up.

Egypt is the largest market in North Africa and is a large exporter of fruit and vegetable crops. Levity products help combat the effects of stressful growing conditions and are ideally suited to the arid conditions found in North Africa.

Indra helps combat crop stress

Indra, one of the 6 products being launched.

Levity MD David Marks said “Egypt is the most important Agricultural market in the MENA region. Growers in Egypt are looking for ways to increase quality and yields in difficult growing conditions, and our products will help them achieve just that.  We will be working on crops such as potatoes and grapes where we can make a big difference”.

Levity Commercial Director Mike Peters MBE commented “The Middle East and North Africa is a region where Levity have a lot of interest and there will be more distributors announced in the region in the near future”.