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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
02/4/2019
07:39
Results out.
brucie5
01/4/2019
20:06
Colin Tudge on food, farming and culture hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TskV6wL6o74&feature=youtu.be&4egK
supersonico
01/4/2019
17:42
Well the market is changing brought about sentiment changing,by deeper regulation and repositioning of some of the main players. Is EDEN hoping their alliances with these players will maximise their sales. The Tremeloes had a hit song with “Silence is Golden”. If you asked the adopters ,potential adopters have they heard of Eden or their products you will find their knowledge of them is less than 1%.When is this going to change?Will it change ? This year is pivotal and the developing competition is there and becoming visible.
chrischas
01/4/2019
16:26
I would imagine it would expedite the search for existing biopesticde companies who are already somewhat down the line so that companies can A) improve their corporate image B) improve products to consumers C) reduce the fear of illness and a burden on the NHS and alike D) mitigate potential future financial risk through such claims E) make themselves more investible F) Be a people's champion G) protect farmers I give up, I could go on with loads of reasons Given that "globally, Eden is one of the few biocontrol companies with proven product and regulatory authorisation" I cannot see why they would be close to the top of the list of many companies looking to purchase such a business. Source: hxxp://www.edenresearch.com/~/media/Files/E/Eden-Research/documents/reports-and-presentation/eden-presentation-feb-19-proactive.pdf And given the financial benefit of bringing biopesticides to market as highlighted on slide 19.
investingisatrickygame
01/4/2019
15:32
They must be. I also think all the Biopesticide growth numbers that are banded about will be exceeded as the tremors felt by every Glyphosate decision get bigger and the Corporations start taking the issue seriously. Bayer clearly and arrogantly thought they could lie their way through these cases and calm investors. Clearly the reverse is true and they are not only unable to stem the tide of terrible publicity even with their cosy alliances in corporate bought off media land, the consequence's for the whole industry are becoming increasingly evident as Consumers act. It can't be long before someone looks at the Bayer model and culture and starts questioning it's integrity especially as it asks us to Trust them in their pathetic 'Leaps' campaign.
supersonico
01/4/2019
13:59
We can only but hope that Eden and Sipcam are pushing hard in the direction of China. I could even imagine we could find a buyer for Eden in China!!!!!!
investingisatrickygame
01/4/2019
10:29
South Auckland lab leading the world in green pesticides signs multi-million dollar deal with China hTTps://www.stuff.co.nz/business/110167986/south-auckland-lab-leading-the-world-in-green-pesticides-signs-multimillion-dollar-deal-with-china According to recent research, the market for biopesticide technology in China was estimated to grow from $220 million US dollars in 2016, to $1363 million by 2025. Outside of China the globally the market for biopesticides is expected to reach $6.4 billion by 2023 Biopesticides that used bacteria often required refrigeration to be kept alive, which made transport difficult and drove up cost. "That was a massive hurdle." To overcome this, the Pukekohe worked with Axis Labs in Nelson, creating a way to store the bacteria in water-dispersible granules. ……………………………… hTTps://www.nation.co.ke/news/US-court-ruling-herbicide-sends-shockwaves--Kenya/1056-5050144-129xuo8z/
supersonico
01/4/2019
09:04
Ok, I didn't see a date on it.
investingisatrickygame
01/4/2019
08:03
Investing...I did not post that in response to your post! The main thrust was, the Chairman is clearly starting to make changes.......let's see if he has indeed had an effect and the governance statement is delivered upon and followed through.
wan
01/4/2019
03:24
The "zero pesticide residues" approach is widening. hTTp://www.arboriculture-fruitiere.com/articles/vie-de-filiere/la-demarche-zero-residus-de-pesticides-selargit A year after its creation, the collective New Fields, which guarantees consumers products without quantifiable pesticide residues, has gone from seven members to 52. The process intends to continue its growth in 2019. Launched in January 2018, the collective Nouveaux champs, led by Les Paysans de Rougeline, brought together many new members in one year. There were seven originally; they are now 52, mostly fresh fruits and vegetables. The group, which held a press conference on the eve of the opening of the Agricultural Show, represents 10% of French production and 3,000 producers, according to Gilles Bertrandias, president of the collective. Thanks to the arrival of its new members, the collective now offers a range of 108 references, with 26 species of fresh fruits and vegetables labeled "zero pesticide residues". An average IFT divided by two As a reminder, the collective is born of the ambition to meet societal expectations and offers of sustainable agriculture guaranteed "zero pesticide residues". "All active substances that generated residues are analyzed," says Gilles Bertrandias. To guarantee their promise, producers prefer prophylaxis, physical tools, nets, or even biocontrol. One year after the launch of the initiative, the producers reduced their average FTI (treatment frequency index) by 51%, the group announced. "We are already ahead of the targets set for 2025 by the Ministry of Agriculture," notes Gilles Bertrandias. More products and more members for 2019 If the tomato remains the product, it should be labeled (radish, green bean, artichoke, endive, asparagus, mushroom ...), fruit (banana, peach, nectarine, almond ...) and even processed products (apple juice, paste, plum, wine). These are 46 products that should be mentioned before the end of the year. The proposed tonnages should also increase significantly. "In 2018, we had a potential production of about 25,000 tones, but only 9,500 tones were labeled," says Gilles Bertrandias. Some products were not labeled for lack of a market, others failed to achieve the objectives for residual analyzes. Finally, New Fields plans to further increase the number of its members. It could be over 80 members before the end of the year. To the HVE The collective wishes to encourage the emergence of the "third way" of agriculture by relying on the global base of the HVE. 50% of the producers in the Nouveaux champs collective are already "committed to HVE" (level 2 certification) and 14% (or seven producers) are HVE certified (level 3). With the aim of reaching out to the HVE, the collective will accompany its members and will carry out, in each of them, an annual report. In the longer term, New Fields does not preclude taking an interest in other issues than pesticide residues. "The spirit of the collective New fields is that of the constant progress of agriculture," concluded Gilles Bertrandias. …………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. "No residues" and "no pesticides": Tomorrow Earth launches two new promises hTTp://www.arboriculture-fruitiere.com/articles/commercialisation/sans-residus-et-sans-pesticides-demain-la-terre-lance-deux-nouvelles The Producers' Association Tomorrow Earth, which promotes responsible agriculture, announced on the occasion of the Agricultural Show the launch of two new criteria, optional, which its members will be able to boast: "without detected pesticide residues" and "grown without synthetic pesticides". Born in 2004, the association Demain la Terre has thirteen companies1, all holders of minimum level 2 environmental certification and five being certified HVE2 (level 3). Companies fulfill some 60 criteria listed in the Tomorrow Earth Charter. These criteria are distributed around eight axes: phyto products, water, soil, biodiversity, energy, waste, economy and social. The association now offers companies that wish to further develop their production by meeting two new criteria highlighting the reduction or even the cessation of the use of pesticides. These criteria, optional, will have to complement all the other criteria of the charter. "No pesticide residues detected" The first criterion is an obligation of result: it guarantees the consumer that no pesticide residues have been detected on the product (the research will cover all potentially detectable molecules). This result stems ultimately from an obligation of means: that of reducing, beyond what is required by the basic charter, the use of pesticides. Companies that choose to meet this new criterion will be able to affix on their product, in addition to the traditional Tomorrow Earth macaroon, the words "Without detected pesticide residues". An independent laboratory will have to carry out the analyzes to validate the respect of this criterion. "Cultivated without pesticides" The second criterion commits the producer not to use any synthetic pesticide. This will only use authorized products in organic farming and biocontrol solutions. Products meeting this criterion may be marketed with the logo Tomorrow the Earth, as well as the mention "Cultivated without synthetic pesticides" To guarantee the promise, the external control body that carries out the annual audit will have to add, in its control grid, this new criterion in addition to those of the Tomorrow Earth Charter. Framing the "Third Way" These two new criteria come to highlight the practices of the members of the association, which represent, according to them "the Third way of agriculture". Tomorrow the Earth is also part (with Bleu-Blanc-Cœur, Vignerons in sustainable development, and the CRC® sector - the Wheat of our campaigns) of the "Collective for the Third Way" launched last June. While many actors claim to be the "Third Way", Tomorrow Earth feels it is necessary to define it clearly. "For us, the Third Way is between conventional and bio, but it must also meet the three pillars of sustainable development" (ecology, social, energy, Ed), says Marc de Nale, director of Tomorrow Earth. The members of the association also took advantage of Emmanuel Macron's visit to the Salon de l'Agriculture on February 23 to remind him of the importance of overseeing this "Third Way" and not to think of it only by sector. .
supersonico
31/3/2019
09:30
wan, I think that 'statement' has been lifted from elsewhere and the name Eden inserted. It is too comprehensive for what is a two man company and doesn't reads as if it matches Eden. In any event, my comments are in relation to Eden's advisers.
investingisatrickygame
31/3/2019
05:26
Corporate Governance Chairman's Statement Dear shareholder, hTTp://www.edenresearch.com/investors/corporate-governance
wan
29/3/2019
10:35
French Direction of Travel News. Pesticides: A Parkinson's disease worker makes the inexcusable mistake of a Bordeaux castle recognized. hTTps://www.francebleu.fr/infos/faits-divers-justice/pesticides-une-ouvriere-viticole-malade-de-parkinson-fait-reconnaitre-la-faute-inexcusable-d-un-1553710671 The social center of the tribunal de Grande Instance of Bordeaux has rendered its decision: it recognizes Sylvie Berger's illness as an occupational disease and the inexcusable fault of his former employer, a Médoc estate, Château Vernous. The wine worker accuses her of being responsible for her Parkinson's disease declared in 2016, after having exposed her to pesticides in the vineyards. I'm happy, relieved that someone finally heard me - Sylvie Berger The plaintiff, Sylvie Berger, says she is "upset" by this decision, which comes almost two months after the hearing, which took place at the end of January, in Bordeaux. A decision that could lead others, in dozens of files in progress in Bordeaux. Sylvie Berger denounces a "omerta" in the wine industry about the dangers of pesticides. If it is so difficult to reach such convictions, it is because in this field, "it is up to the employee to prove the employer's failings and in small structures, the burden of proof is extremely burdensome, "says master Hermine Baron, Sylvie Berger's lawyer who welcomes a rare decision in agriculture. This decision is not necessarily final, the lawyer of the castle Vernous, master Éric Mandin, reserves the possibility to appeal. But anyway, "it remains a strong signal that shows that the courts are seized of this problem.It will be an example, a precedent," said Master Baron. to read also Pesticides in the vineyards: a new trial this Monday in Bordeaux
supersonico
29/3/2019
09:16
Digipath Files Provisional Patent for Terpene Applications in Beer and other Beverages "A METHOD OF DETERMINING TERPENE-BASED BIOCONTROL AGENTS FOR CANNABIS AND HEMP" hTTps://extractionmagazine.com/2019/03/09/digipath-files-provisional-patent-for-terpene-applications-in-beer-and-other-beverages/ hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EP6AWg2FDTM
supersonico
29/3/2019
08:49
Biocontrol agents, beneficial microbes, entomopathogenic fungi and bacteria that can enhance crop production — these were all topics of discussion at the recent UC Cooperative Extension Ag Innovations Conference in Santa Maria, led by UCCE Entomology & Biologicals Advisor Surendra Dara. Biocontrol..Definitely a trending thing. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gKYPHQoeJjo&feature=youtu.be
supersonico
29/3/2019
08:29
Direction of travel - COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING REGULATION (EU) 2019/533 of 28 March 2019 concerning a coordinated multiannual control programme of the Union for 2020, 2021 and 2022 to ensure compliance with maximum residue levels of pesticides and to assess the consumer exposure to pesticide residues in and on food of plant and animal origin Article 1 Member States shall, during the years 2020, 2021 and 2022, take and analyse samples for the pesticide/product combinations, as set out in Annex I. The number of samples of each product, including foods for infants and young children and products originating from organic farming, shall be as set out in Annex II. Article 2 1. The lot to be sampled shall be chosen randomly. The sampling procedure, including the number of units, shall comply with Directive 2002/63/EC. 2. All samples, including those of foods intended for infants and young children and products originating from organic farming, shall be analysed for the pesticides set out in Annex I in accordance with the residue definitions set out in Regulation (EC) No 396/2005. 3. For foods intended for infants and young children, samples shall be evaluated on the products as proposed ready for consumption or as reconstituted according to the instructions of the manufacturers, taking into account the MRLs set out in Directives 2006/125/EC and 2006/141/EC. Where such foods can be consumed both as sold and as reconstituted, the results shall be reported on the non-reconstituted product as sold. Article 3 Member States shall submit the results of the analysis of samples tested in 2020, 2021 and 2022 by 31 August 2021, 2022 and 2023 respectively. Those results shall be submitted in the electronic reporting format as set out by EFSA. Where the residue definition of a pesticide includes more than one compound (active substance and/or metabolite or breakdown or reaction product), Member States shall report the analysis results in accordance with the full residue definition. In addition, the results of all analytes that are part of the residue definition shall be submitted separately, as far as they are measured individually. Article 4 Implementing Regulation (EU) 2018/555 is repealed. However, as regards samples tested in 2019, it shall continue to apply until 1 September 2020. Article 5 This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2020. This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States. Done at Brussels, 28 March 2019. For the Commission The President Jean-Claude JUNCKER Full legislation details, Page 28 (Annex 1, page 30 includes table grapes)- hTTps://eur-lex.europa.eu/legal-content/EN/TXT/PDF/?uri=OJ:L:2019:088:FULL&from=EN
wan
29/3/2019
07:41
Also from Vineland Research - The construction of Vineland’s new Collaborative Greenhouse Technology Centre is complete. There are only a few pre-commercial scale research greenhouses in North America and Vineland’s greenhouse is the largest focused on horticulture research with a footprint of 40,000 square feet (3,700 square metres) or approximately one acre. The greenhouse creates a space that brings companies, industry and researchers together to foster collaboration and drive economic growth by bridging the gap between innovation and commercialization. The $2.2 billion horticulture industry in Ontario is made up of almost $1.6 billion from the greenhouse sector. Greenhouse horticulture produces as much as seven times higher yields with greater consistency. The greenhouse production environment is tightly controlled allowing mitigation of weather, climate, pest and disease issues. Ontario has about 1,150 greenhouse operations and a total area of 3,200 acres under glass. There is a spin-off from the work and collaboration at Vineland to the more than $5 billion Canadian horticulture industry. (END) Research Program The Right Tools: Integrating Biocontrol Systems for Impact This research is developing effective biocontrol strategies for the control of thrips and other insect pests in greenhouse and nursery setting. With widespread resistance to commonly used pesticides, biological control offers an effective and sustainable solution. Results will provide greenhouse and nursery growers with best management practices that integrate conventional and novel approaches. Research includes the practical implementation of biologically-based thrips integrated pest management strategies, pest management of propagated plant material and the use of biofungicides in greenhouse environments. hTTp://vinelandresearch.com/program/right-tools-integrating-biocontrol-systems-impact
wan
29/3/2019
07:32
I recently mentioned a number of other attributes of Sustaine. Aside from the notable growth within the Canadian indoor market, not to mention the potential from the global indoor market, note the last sentence in the last paragraph below (REI = restricted entry interval), which also applies to Edens current product and product pipeline (that also uses Sustaine). GREENHOUSE CANADA - March/April 2019 Biocontrol thriving in Canadian floriculture greenhouses There’s been growth in both the number of biocontrol users and the extent of biocontrol use. BY ASHLEY SUMMERFIELD It has been four years since we last surveyed floriculture growers, and in that time, there have been some big changes in the way Canadian growers are using biocontrol. Our most recent survey, conducted over the spring and summer of 2018, received responses from 47 ornamental greenhouse growers. Primarily from Ontario, operations ranged from less than 5,000 m2 to 100,000 m2. Respondents represent approximately 24 per cent of the ornamental greenhouse acreage in the province. We received responses from wholesale, retail and propagation growers, who produce a total of 43 different kinds of primary crops. BIOCONTROL IS THE NEW NORM Our survey indicates that biocontrol use for insect and mite pests has increased from 69 per cent in 2014 to 92 per cent in 2018. Gone are the days of routine conventional pesticide applications; biocontrol is the new norm and it’s here to stay. Growth has not only been seen in the number of biocontrol users, but also in the extent to which they are using biocontrol products. When asked how their spending has changed over the past five years, 81 per cent of biocontrol users said that they have increased their spending on biocontrols for pest management, while correspondingly, 70 per cent have decreased their spending on conventional pesticides. During the same period, the majority of growers who were not using biocontrol have not changed their spending on pesticides. One of the biggest changes in biocontrol use between 2014 and now is the number of growers using biologicals to manage diseases. Back then, only 30 per cent of growers used biocontrol products to manage diseases. Fast forward to 2018, and 70 per cent of growers are now using biopesticides for diseases! This is a dramatic increase in such a short period of time. As growers are integrating more biocontrols into their integrated pest management (IPM) programs, 50 per cent have been able to reduce their spending on conventional pesticides for disease management. The primary reasons growers gave for using biocontrols for diseases were “better plant health”, “worker health & safety” and “shorter REI”. Full article - hTTp://vinelandresearch.com/sites/default/files/greenhouse_canada_-_biocontrol_thriving_in_canadian_floriculture_greenhouses.pdf
wan
28/3/2019
09:56
Didn't Eden mention at the AGM (or is it my imagination) that a new toll manufacturing plant was a possibility in Brazil? If so, based on that article, this makes sense.
investingisatrickygame
28/3/2019
08:56
Mar. 28, 2019 Biological pesticides sales in 2018 up 77% in Brazil, says ABCBio Data from the Brazilian Association of Biological Control Companies (ABCBio) indicates that 2018 registered a growth in sales of 77% of biological pesticides, jumping from R $ 262.4 million in 2017 to R $ 464.5 million in 2018. The figures were released on March 21 in São Paulo (SP). "There were segments where the sales increase reached a staggering 148% mark, as in the case of biofungicides," said Arnel Nedel, president of ABCBio. Nedel added that the main reason for this unprecedented increase in sales is the higher rate of adoption by farmers of biological agents against pests and diseases. As the use of biological pesticides is still in a consolidation phase in Brazil, any increase in the rate of adoption in crops that have occupied large areas, such as soybeans, is enough to result in high sales volumes. Another factor considered important for the result was the greater adoption of biological by Brazilian rural producers and better coordinated action by the industries in the segment when approaching the producer, offering support and technical assistance, especially in relation to the forms of application of agents that are organisms which, therefore, demand greater control in their management, as well as greater efficiency in the control of pests and diseases. ABCBio points out that there are cases of biological agents that already present the same effectiveness as conventional products. "What we can see is that there was, and still is, a suppressed demand for plant defense solutions that result in less impact, in terms of waste, the main characteristic of biological agents," said Nedel. Full story - hTTp://news.agropages.com/News/NewsDetail---29884.htm
wan
27/3/2019
22:01
Glyposate trial 2 pt2 (Hardeman) Dorothy M. Atkins@doratki Did Mr. Hardeman prove by a preponderance of the evidence his claim that Monsanto was negligent by not using reasonable care to warn about Roundup’s NHL risk? YES. The jury awarded $75 million in punitive damages. The jury awarded about $200,000 in economic damages and about $5 million past and future economic losses. The total verdict is over $80 million. hTTps://www.law360.com/articles/1143544/breaking-monsanto-hit-with-80m-verdict-in-first-fed-roundup-trial Bayer maintain flat earth narrative.
supersonico
27/3/2019
20:40
Suzanne Wainwright-Evans Talks Biocontrols hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=124&v=ykmMXJaah-U
supersonico
27/3/2019
16:50
How to Kill folk but not go to jail ..News aka We make sure the public don't understand the science News. March 27, 2019 Monsanto Exec Reveals $17 Million Budget For Anti-IARC, Pro-Glyphosate Efforts hTTps://usrtk.org/monsanto-roundup-trial-tracker-index/
supersonico
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