Welcome To Irabiotech

Established in year 2014, we, “IRA BIOTECH”, have emerged as one of the leading processors, exporters and suppliers of a comprehensive range of Bio-Fertilizers, Bio-Pesticides, Probiotics & Plant growth promoters. These products are widely appreciated in the market and extensively used for agricultural purposes.

About Us

Owing to our knowledge and experience of this field, we have encountered superlative success in the past few years. We have a widespread infrastructure with Government approved units in Telangana. Our R&D center and Facility-I is in Aleap Industrial Estate, Pragati Nagar, Medchal, Malkajigiri Dist. Our main production unit is Facility-II is located at Navodaya Industrial Estate, Charlapally. Our research unit is well-equipped and caters to ascertaining the exact trends of the market. We house a quality unit that undertakes the responsibility of various quality tests throughout the production process. Our firm has registered 4 main products with CIB/RC (Central Insecticides Board and Registration Committee) and Government of India. We also have global tie-ups with reputed and trusted organizations that allows us to be more active on a worldwide basis. The organizations are IIHR, Bangalore; ICRISAT, Hyderabad.

Why Bio Products

The world production and utilization of biopesticides are increasing at a rapid pace. The interest in organic farming and pesticide residuefree agricultural produce would certainly warrant increased adoption of biopesticides by the farmers. Training on production and quality control to manufacturers, and organizational training to extension workers and farmers to popularize biopesticides may be essential for better adoption of this technology. As environmental safety is a global concern, we need to create awareness among the farmers, manufacturers, government agencies, policy makers and the common men to switch-over to biopesticides for pest management requirements. It is also believed that biological pesticides may be less vulnerable to genetic variations in plant populations that cause problems related to pesticide resistance. If deployed appropriately, biopesticides have potential to bring sustainability to global agriculture for food and feed security.