Empowering Malawian Farmers: Easi Seeds' Ongoing Projects and Trials

Empowering Malawian Farmers: Easi Seeds' Ongoing Projects and Trials

In Malawi, agriculture forms the backbone of the economy, with small-scale farmers making up a significant portion of the population. Easi Seeds, a committed agricultural company, is working hand in hand with local farming communities to introduce improved seed technologies that enhance productivity and empower farmers. In this blog post, we will delve into Easi Seeds' ongoing projects and trials, and their mission to deliver high-quality agro-inputs while improving the lives of farmers across the country.

Ongoing Projects and Trials

At Easi Seeds, we believe in partnering with local farmers to achieve sustainable agricultural development. Here are some of our ongoing projects and trials:

1. Beans (Nua 45) Seed Production:

In collaboration with smallholder farmers in Nkhotakota, Salima, and Mchinji, we are actively engaged in the production of high-quality Nua 45 beans seeds. By working closely with 280 farmers, we aim to boost local bean production and improve the livelihoods of farming communities.

2. Groundnuts (CG11 and CG9) Seed Production:

Another important project we are involved in is the production of superior groundnuts seeds. Partnering with smallholder farmers in Nkhotakota, Kasungu, Mchinji, Dowa, and Lilongwe, we are working with 521 farmers to cultivate high-yielding groundnut varieties like CG11 and CG9. This initiative not only enhances productivity but also supports farmers in accessing better market opportunities.

3. Vegetable Hybrid Seeds Trials:

At Easi Seeds, we recognize the potential of hybrid vegetable seeds in transforming the agricultural landscape. Currently, we are conducting trials for a range of hybrid vegetable seeds, including tomatoes, cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, onions, and yellow, green, and red peppers. These trials take place both at our office premises and on commercial farms like Hornet Farms and Produhot Farms. By evaluating the performance of these hybrid varieties, we can provide farmers with seeds that are better suited to local conditions, ensuring increased yields and profitability.

4. Provision of Hybrid Tomato Seedlings:

To facilitate the rapid adoption of our seed technologies, we offer farmers ready-to-plant hybrid tomato seedlings. These high-quality seedlings not only save farmers time but also ensure consistent plant quality and improved tomato production. We believe that by providing farmers with reliable seedlings, we can contribute to their success and overall agricultural development.

5. Vegetable Production Training:

At Easi Seeds, we understand the importance of knowledge transfer in empowering farmers. That's why we provide training on vegetable production to partner organizations, including NGOs. Additionally, we are actively seeking collaborations with cooperatives that share our commercial drive. Together, we can uplift the organic and fresh vegetable market, creating sustainable economic opportunities for farmers.

The Path to Success

In a country like Malawi, where agriculture plays a vital role, it is crucial to adopt innovative farming practices to overcome challenges like climate change. Easi Seeds aims to bridge the seed technology gap and empower farmers with sustainable solutions. Our ongoing projects and trials are just the beginning of our journey toward transforming agriculture in Malawi.

Looking Ahead

Our vision is to become the market leader in delivering quality agro-inputs to farmers of all backgrounds, while adding value to their outputs. By continuously introducing new and improved seed varieties, like our upcoming sunflower and maize seeds, we strive to enhance agricultural productivity and contribute to the economic well-being of farming communities.


Easi Seeds is dedicated to empowering Malawian farmers through ongoing projects and trials. By collaborating closely with local communities, we aim to deliver high-quality agro-inputs and foster sustainable agricultural development. Together, we can build a stronger and more prosperous agricultural value chain.