Agro Amazônia has a wide portfolio of seeds and operates in the main crops of Brazilian agribusiness like soybeans, corn, cotton and pastures, delivering a complete mix of products to serve the several needs of farmers. 

In the pursuit for maximum productivity, we provide our clients the best available genetics on the market, always combined with a wide platform of inputs and services.


With a team made of great seeds experts, we offer with precision the best available solutions on the market of technology, innovation and genetics, high-performance products from partner companies and from our own brand, Dagma seeds.  

In addition, we have a wide network of distribution centers in the main producing regions, providing convenience and efficiency to our customers.

Agro Amazônia Seed Department

Systematic monitoring of quality control.
Fluxo do controle de qualidade

We have learned from our clients that the best option when sowing is to systematically monitor quality, thus providing the best recommendations. Our presence with the farmer during sowing generates security and trust.

We make the difference to your crop from generation to generation. High productivity with stability and safety in different situations with ease and agility for the new generations. 


For farmers seeking for high productivity, we have a rich portfolio of Hybrids with the best and most modern technologies and genetics on the market. With a team of specialists, we bring the best solution and combination of products, meeting the needs of each producer.


The state of Mato Grosso is the biggest producer of cotton fiber in Brazil.
Agro Amazônia started its history in agriculture with this crop in 1999 and today, we sell TMG products through partnerships with licensed companies of the brand.


Operating in this sector for 40 years, we have a wide network of products that brings to cattle farmers the latest in pasture management systems.
Always following the innovations and technological developments, we sell brachiaria, panicuns and recently brachiaria hybrids, which aggregate more in meat and milk productivity, as well as tolerating long periods of drought with their deeper root system.


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