Genuine Delight Farms are family owned farming business located in two districts, Tando Allahyar and Hyderabad. The crops include Sugar Cane, Mangoes, Onion, Banana, Onion, Cauli Flower and wheat. The vision of the business is to “make the farm sustainable for its share croppers and owners with objective to enhance productivity by sustaining environment, natural textures of soil, with minimal chemical use, reliance on organic fertilizers, Integrated Pest Management Techniques, utilize smart technologies for better decision making”.
The mango orchard at this farm is Global Gap, and SEDEX certified. These are international standards and compliances of Good Agricultural Practice and Social Compliance.
Geunine Delight Farms are also partners of SMGE which is an export-oriented company supplying mangoes in international markets. For further info on SMGE, kindly visit site
We are conscious of soil degradation, climate change, and other environmental hazards. Therefore, 100% plantation is preceded with application of farm yard manure, and during plantation chicken waste is used in Sugar Cane and other crops, thus reducing chemical fertilizer applications and augmenting soil fertility.
In addition to this, tree plantation is also central to counter environmental depletion, and therefore land is being dedicated for Moringa, Acacia, and Guava. Pesticide usage is minimized through IPM in vegetables, phermone traps in orchards & vegetables, Tricogama in Sugar Cane. Our mangoes are 100% compliant to international standards of MRL(Minimum Residue Level), and tested in UK and Pakistan for pesticide residue every year.
B.S.(Marketing), and M.S (Engineering Management) George Washington University.
Mahmood also represents growers as Vice President of Sindh Abadgar Board, and has remained on
the Board of Privatisation Commission, Zarai Taraqiati Bank of Pakistan, Sindh Enterprize
Development Fund, and is currently on the Board of Pakistan Horticulture Development Export
Company and Trade Development Authority of Pakistan, representing farmers.