SOESP was founded in 1985 and it was designed to be one of the largest companies in the agricultural sector in Brazil.


The founder, Itamar Alves de Oliveira, identified in the tropical forage seeds business a way to offer high quality and reliable products, which meet the wishes of those who deal with the land.


Since then, Soesp has been committed to providing farmers in Brazil and around the world with the most modern and innovative pasture seeds.

Headquartered in the west of the state of São Paulo, it has an infrastructure aimed at the processing, marketing and development of new technologies for both livestock and low carbon agriculture and Crop-Livestock-Forest Integration.



To ensure seed quality from the beginning to the end of the production chain, SOESP has specialists who follow the process of seed selection in the production fields, following the criteria established by MAPA (Ministry of Agriculture).


Selected seeds are sent for processing, split into lots that are evaluated in LAS: SOESP’s own Seed Analysis Laboratory, which determines the levels of: humidity, physical purity, germination, viability and presence of weed seeds.

After evaluation, only the best seeds are prepared to be selled. At this stage they also receive the exclusive ADVANCED treatment and are reevaluated – check here).


SOESP has an automated storage unit in an environment with adequate temperature and humidity to ensure the seed quality. We also care about logistics, where packaging is organized, palletized and protected with stretch wrap for proper transport.


The commercialization process is also an important part for SOESP, so we aim to ensure that all customer needs are met by a highly qualified agronomist technical team, which is available nationwide and internationally during presales and after sales.

ICLF Network is a public-private partnership that aims to accelerate the adoption of integrated crop-livestock-forest (ICLF) technologies by farmers, aiming at sustainable intensification of agriculture.


SOESP believes that production and preservation is possible and therefore, together with the ICLF Network, supports dozens of Technological Reference Units distributed in all Brazilian biomes and involving the participation of more than 20 Embrapa Research Units.


The valorization of man, the sustainability and the economic viability, are the proposals offered by the Crop-Livestock-Forest Integration System, besides guaranteeing the environmental quality through the sustainable production, integrating and intercropping, in succession or rotated, without clearing native forests and so that there is mutual benefit for all activities. – Understand how ILCF works.