Well done! goes to our friends at “Senin Group”, our representors at Ivory Coast, for the work done with local growers and successful results with Tomato SHANTY F1. This hybrid produce big size, high quality firm fruits, supported by good plant frame. For more Hazera products, please contact the team. See you at the fields!
Successful training at Demo-day for local growers of Tomato SHANTY IMPROVED F1, was conducted by Amiran last week at Narok. This well-known variety is adapted to tough growing conditions, have strong plant frame and BIG size fruits, which bring high yield potential. Additional advantages are TYLCV, TSWV and Pst resistances. For SHANTY IMPROVED F1 and other Hazera products, please contact our distributor Amiran Kenya. See you at the fields!
For the oncoming season, look for our Tomato SHANTY IMPROVED F1 variety. It’s adapted to tough growing conditions, have strong plant, BIG size fruits and very high yield! Additional advantages are TYLCV, TSWV and Bacterial Spot resistances (Pst)
Cabbage CHAKA F1 is a real rising star in our portfolio! With great performances, this variety produce well-covered, round and well filled heads. It has high yield due it’s big heavy heads and excellent internal quality. Added values of the CHAKA F1 are resistances to Black Rot, Downey Mildew and Fusarium. It is easy to grow and has impressive field holding. Check the CHAKA F1 at GAL Seeds, our distributor in Kenya.
A big thanks goes to all the Onion and Tomato growers who shared with us their positive experience and feedbacks on our products. Onion Varieties QUARTZ F1, GUADALUPE F1, RED KING F1 and tomato SHANTY IMPROVED F1 are at its peaks! Well done, great work! For more details, please contact Terragrisen Senegal. See you at the fields.
It was a tough hot season at Nigeria, but our Tomato BRIDGET really met the challenge!
Planted at February-March and picked at end of May, with good yields for the benefits of growers.
Last week our colleagues at Seed Co. Zimbabwe preformed an impressing Open day, where presented also our Onion DINA F1. Check out this early ripening, high uniformity and high yielder variety. DINA F1 has good skin cover and suitable for storage. See you at the field!
When it comes to basic, Cabbage LANDINI F1 is a stable variety you can count on. Big-size, round shaped green heads and good internal density are just some of its advantages. This variety have High yielding potential with good standing ability, which provides the grower flexibility at picking. Cabbage LANDINI F1 is also available at Ethiopia – check it with our distributor GREENLIFE.
Onion RUSSET F1 is clearly one of the leaders in our Africa’s Onion portfolio. Those great pics of High Yield, great Quality and Uniform Harvest been sent to us from beautiful Tanzania. Please contact our distributor, Balton Tanzania, for more Hazera products, including Tomatoes GALILEA F1 and GALILEA IMPROVED F1.
We continuously breed and develop better varieties for our Customers and growers, and the new GOLDART F1 is a good example for a versatile, reliable, and advanced variety. The GOLDART F1 was tested, compared, and succeed in several markets across Africa.
Congratulations to SPINYARD Inv., Hazera’s distributor in Zimbabwe for opening their new nursery in Bulawayo. Hoping to continue the good work, cooperation and introduction of quality hybrids into the market.
Tomato MADO F1 at Cameroon – successful variety with all the advantages a farmer need: High productivity, Earliness, Strong healthy plant and big-size Firm fruits. MADO F1 tomato seeds will be available in Cameroon very soon. Keep following for more information. Continue reading “Tomato MADO F1 – Cameroon”
Onion SIVAN F1 at Ethiopia – Very high yield potential with good performances in favored of the growers. Early maturity, Round top shape with Pink-red skins and delicious taste. Suitable for storage as well.
Thanks to Tefera from GREENLIFE team for sharing those pics.
Outstanding field of Broccoli GREEN STAR F1 has been picked at Dire Dawa in Ethiopia, for another satisfied grower! Field was planted during mid-October and picked successfully early January.
One of our leading Romaine-type variety. Highly productive and Multi-purpose. Resistance to Bolting, Tip-burn and Heat. For indoor and outdoor production. You can find it at Amiran, near Nairobi, Kenya. Continue reading “Presenting Lettuce RAVIV”
Great Yield and Quality! Located at Glen Forest site at Harare area. Thanks to Brian from Spinyard, our distributor at Zimbabwe for sharing those beautiful photos. Continue reading “Broccoli GREENSTAR F1 fields”
Last week Hazera and GREENLIFE conducted Open-Days at Roshanara farm, near Addis Ababa. More than 130 growers visited the event and impressed from our well-familiar SHANTY, GALILEA, RUSSET and LANDINI varieties, next to new exciting developments. Many thanks to the GREENLIFE team, our partners and Official Distributers in Ethiopia for this successful event. Well-done, See you all again next year! Continue reading “Open Days at Roshanara, Ethiopia!”
Thank you growers for feeding the world with healthy foods. Thank you logistic operators for a timely delivery & thank you retailers for always keeping the supplies. You are taking the daily risk to keep our fridges and pantries stocked. We are proud of you, now more than ever!
Continue reading “Thank You!”
This year the AFSTA Congress (African Seeds Trading Association) held in Livingstone, Zambia, from the 2nd to the 5th of March, and attended by hundreds of delegates from numerous countries (both from Africa and worldwide). Hazera was
proud to once again participated in this Congress, as an exhibitor and member of AFSTA, alongside leading seeds companies, both international and African.
Hazera’s lovely booth will showcase our products which are particularly suitable for the African market. Our team will be headed by Jawdat Badawieh – Hazera’s Africa Commercial Director as well as Joram Wambugu – Africa Sales & PD Manager. Our
presence at this important annual Congress is a key component of our strategy to continue Hazera’s development and growth in East Africa, and advance activities and operations in West Africa.
The Congress is also an excellent opportunity to learn more about the markets, their needs and new consumer trends, as well as a great opportunity to welcome many local African visitors, including companies, dealers and farmers and to reinforce our
relations with them, and network with the local growers, customers and NGOs.
Hazera brings you the new: Onion in Africa Series
Agro technical support in 3 episodes!
Check out the 1st episode:
Onion transplanting – The best density for the finest bulbs
Galilea 39 in Ethiopia (Meki area) – Africa, is one of our best tomato varieties for this market, with resistance to PM (Powdery Mildew – Lt), we bring innovation to our growers:
Less chemical spraying – Less expenses!
This year the African Seed Trade Association (AFSTA) congress was held in Mombasa Kenya from March 4 to 7, where it was attended by hundreds of delegates from dozens of countries (both from Africa and worldwide). Hazera was proud to take part in the Congress, alongside leading international and African seeds companies, as an exhibitor and members of AFSTA.
As part of Hazera’s ongoing commitment, we are continuing to share our knowledge throughout the world – and this time with growers in Kenya. We held two open field days in Kenya last week, in collaboration with Amiran K Ltd. One field day focused on Russet onions, while the other day highlighted Shanty Improved tomatoes.
The first two days were organized for international visitors who came all the way from Angola, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda and Israel (including the Hazera’s CEO, Rami Dar).
Hazera & Greenlife Trading PLC’s Open Field Event in Ethiopia, held from 21 to 25 of May 2014 at the Koka Ethiovegfru Farm, was attended by more than 200 farmers, agricultural professionals, extension workers, media representatives & NGOs from various regions, including Afar, Somalia, Oromia, Amehara and Dire Dawa Administration. Also attending the event, that was held for the 5th year in a row, and is now an annual tradition, were groups of distributors and agronomists from Tanzania, Kenya, Sudan and Zimbabwe participated. Continue reading “Hazera PLC Open Field Event in Ethiopia”
As part of Hazera’s commitment to Corporate Social Responsibility and contribution to the community,
in the broadest sense of the term, the company provides support to a social startup called “Fair Planet”,
led by Dr. Shoshan Haran – a former Hazera employee, alongside with Alon Haberfeld, who also has a
valued history at Hazera. Continue reading “Hazera supports “Fair Planet” in Ethiopia”
Our partner in Ethiopia participated in the women 1st great run, with branded T- shirts of Hazera varieties: Sivan onion, Shanty tomato, Serenade pepper, Polimore watermelon. 12,000 women participated under the motto: Violence – Free life: It’s my right! Well done! Continue reading “Our partner in Ethiopia participated in the women 1st great run”
The Annual Open Field Days were Held in Ethiopia, with Collaboration between Hazera and Green Life Trading PLC – Hazera’s Local Agent
The Hazera Annual Open Field Days were held in 3 regions of Ethiopia. Participants and special guests from Hazera in the field days included: CEO of Hazera, Mr. Rami Dar, Head of the Seed Production Department, Mr. Amit Einav, and Commercial Business Unit Manager – Middle East & Africa, Mr. Jawadat Badawieh, as well as a group of distributors and agronomist from Tanzania, Kenya and Sudan that attended the Open Field Days event, 15-20 of May 2015, organized by Hazera and Green Life Trading. Continue reading “The Annual Open Field Days in Ethiopia 2015”
This year the AFSTA (African Seeds Trading Association) Congress was held at the Elephant Hill Hotel in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe over the first week of March, 2015.
More than 320 delegates from 49 countries, both from Africa and from all corners of the globe, participated in the AFSTA congress.
Among the participants were leading international as well as African seed companies. In addition, the AFSTA congress also hosted sessions with lectures by representatives of ISTA – International Seed Testing Association, UPOV – Union for the Protection of New Varieties of Plants, the OECD – Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Continue reading “Hazera participated at AFSTA congress in Zimbabwe”
Jomo Kenyatta, the son of Kenya’s current President and grandson of Jomo Kenyatta – Kanya’s legendary leader, arrived in Israel last week for a visit aimed at expanding his knowledge and studying agriculture in Israel. Kenyatta Junior, who is a successful farmer and considered one of the leaders in this field in Kenya, visited the greenhouses and laboratories of Hazera company in order to learn close up about different growing methods and how to improve agricultural produce. Continue reading “Son of the Kenyan President on an Agricultural Visit to Israel”
Our big Open Field Day was held on January 31 2015, aimed at offering an “on the ground” demonstration of the potential of Hazera’s hybrid vegetable seeds.
The site of the Field Day was located 525 km to the east of the capital Addis Ababa, and 10 Km from the Diredawa Administration Shenili Zone Agropeace Farm. The event was organized in collaboration with Greenlife Trading PLC, Dire Farmers Union and the Diredawa Administration Agriculture Bureau.
The event was attended by more than two hundred participants, ranging from farmers, agricultural professionals, extension workers, investors, media professionals, NGOs, University staff members – from the Dire Dawa Administration, Harare Region, Somalia region and East Harereghe Oromia region. Continue reading “Open field day at Ethiopia 2015”
This year the AFSTA (African Seeds Trading Association) congress was held in Dakar, Senegal, on Feb.28th – Mar.2nd, with 300 delegates from 41 countries (both from Africa and worldwide) attending this annual event. The congress, whose participants included international and African seeds companies, also hosted meetings of the ISTA, UPOV, OECD associations. Continue reading “AFSTA congress was a great success for us!”
Hazera sees Africa as a growth market with great potential. This understanding led to an important visit to Tanzania, with the goal of learning and acquiring a better grasp of the needs of the local market, its development, and Hazera’s collaboration with its local distributor – Balton Tanzania. Continue reading “Our future in Africa: Tanzania – open field days with Hazera varieties: Shanty tomatoes, Neptune onions and more”
A small group of Agricultual entrepreneurs and scientists from Africa (Tanzania, South Africa, Nigeria and Zimbabwe) led by EMRC Belgium is interested in developing partnership with Hazera to boost the seeds industry in their countries. Continue reading “A visit of Agricultural entrepreneurs and scientists from Africa”
As part of the development areas in Ethiopia, on March 17th-18th, Hazera organized field days in Bahar Dar – Northeastern Ethiopia (Kolata area), and in Koga. About 120 visitors, farmers and members of the local Agriculture Ministry attended each day to see our range of tomato, onion and cabbage varieties for open field.
About 25 entrepreneurs from around Africa: Cameroon, Tanzania, Chad, Nigeria, Niger, Mali, Kenya and Madagascar, who came to learn from the Israeli expertise and knowledge in agriculture, visited Hazera today. The visitors met with our Commercial Director in Africa, Mr.Jawdat Badawieh, who showcased hazera knowledge and achievement in Africa. Continue reading “African Entrepreneurs Visited Hazera”
Yesterday, 11 board members of PASS Tanzania came visit Hazera Israel to learn from the Israeli expertise and knowledge in agriculture from our Commercial Director in Africa, Mr.Jawdat Badawieh, who talked about Hazera activity in Africa, the growth efforts and the importance of this strategic market for Hazera. Continue reading “Agricultural Study Tour – PASS Tanzania”
Hazera’s varieties in Africa – Angola
Indeterminate tomato – Lamia, Mini watermelon – Polimore, red pepper – Elinor and Galia type melon – Ra’anan.
This time, we focus on the development and training of farmers in Sierra Leone in west Africa, where we held 3 training courses in 3 different locations. We demonstrated the added value that hybrid vegetable seeds could bring to the farmers and market in Sierra Leone.
The training sessions covered subjects such as nursery preparation and principles in growing vegetables in hot and humid climates.
During an onion open day in Ethiopia last week, the Russet onion was successfully exhibited in two new areas: Upper Awash and Koka. This was in addition to Sivan onions, which have already attained a distinguished position in the Keresa region. Continue reading “Onion open day in Ethiopia”
We are happy to present Hazera’s training video and sanitation guide for dealing with the new ToBRFV virus.
The purpose of this video is to assist growers and farmers to gain a better understanding of the ToBRFV virus, and to share some practical advice and active measures for eradicating the growth of this virus through the use of stringent hygiene and highly effective sanitation. Continue reading “Hazera’s Official Training Video: Tomato Brown Rugose Fruit Virus (ToBRFV)”