Muhammad Farhan Saeed was born in Vehari, Pakistan in 1983. He completed his B.Sc (Hons) Agriculture (Plant Pathology) in 2006 from University of Agriculture Faisalabad, Pakistan. He earned HEC-DAAD scholarship under a scheme for M.Sc and Ph.D studies in Germany. He attained his M.Sc (International Organic Agriculture) in 2009 from University of Kassel and carried on his Doctoral research and studies in the group of Ecological Plant Protection in Witzenhausen at University of Kassel, Germany.
He worked in a research project on soil fertility in organic farming, titled “Increasing income from organically produced crops through the optimisation of soil fertility management” (www.bodenfruchtbarkeit.org) funded through the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, Germany (BMELV). Over the following years he presented his research work in several international conferences moreover he participated in training courses for certification, quality management and marketing for agricultural commodities. He accomplished his Ph.D degree in May, 2013.