Agro may refer to:

People real and fictional:

  • Agro, the name of the main character's horse from the videogame Shadow of the Colossus
  • Agro (puppet), an Australian puppet and media personality
  • Thomas Agro, New York gangster
  • Vince Agro, Canadian politician


  • Agro Park, a Malaysian park formally known as Malaysia Agro Exposition Park Serdang
  • Agro Pontino, the Pontine Marshes of central Italy
  • Agro Romano, Latin for the Ager Romanus, agricultural areas surrounding Rome

Other uses:

  • Agrobacterium, a genus of bacteria
  • Agro Bank Malaysia
  • AGRO (exhibition), a Ukrainian exhibition for agriculture
  • Agro, a computer gaming concept also known as Hate (MMORPG terminology)
  • John Agro Special Teams Award, named after the first legal counsel for the Canadian Football League Players Association

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