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05/5/2019
08:08
It's not about being fair it's all about lining up the ducks and Sca-nda Noir. Hopefully shareholders will appreciate the film when it's finally screened about a tiny company who attracted the attention of the Agropharma Giants which demanded all the in the coming short orders they could muster as they sat at the Vanguard of momentous change in turbulent times.. Rotten Tomatoes said 'Watch as the drama unfolds as they stifle their exuberance and Share price until every Giant was satiated' .. .Lets hope all the hype is Warraanted..We shall see.. Watch out for star performances from Sumitomo, Bayer , AR and Xinova. Will Eastman play a bit part? Watch to find out..Recommended Film Week said . .'After watching this masterpeice of Sca nda Noir audiences may find themselves reaching for copies of "Come and See" by Elim Klimov (1985) for some light relief '
supersonico
04/5/2019
23:28
Sadly they are and it is a bad habit they need to get out of. Their shareholders and their shareholders money deserves more and to be treated more fairly.
investingisatrickygame
04/5/2019
21:32
But they are not doing that..they are dampening expectations for 2019 at every opportunity.
supersonico
04/5/2019
19:00
And I agree. That is what I was getting at. According to the articles you posted and the recent emergency allowance, the market for Cedroz may be even bigger than you are now implying. Eden should weave all of this into the story because this is what encourages investors to take a closer look.
investingisatrickygame
04/5/2019
17:47
Investing, I'm not meaning to imply anything.. but.. if one looks at the issues.. many times repeated about Toxicity of conventional chemistry and regulatory pressure and resistance around Nematodes..I for one look at the Cedroz product and despite the rosy multiples Sean Smith puts on Cedroz over Mevalone…can't help but feel even that 1 Mev to 4 Ced ratio narrative is a characteristic underestimate. Eden appear to have a greater opportunity within the Nematicide market than Mevalone does within the Fungicide market...so Cedroz/nematicide market is say 4 times Mevalone/fungicide but that market opportunity is being amplified by the absence of effective alternatives and so maybe we can extrapolate that the ratio we should be considering is not 1 to 4 but more likely to be 1 Mevalone to +8 Cedroz. Perhaps that's partly what they mean when they say $1.2bn today $4bn Tomorrow Eden down play everything and the figures I don't believe include the Organic market which I assume we'll have access to once the EU EGTOP protocols gets ratified. Any of that makes Sense Investing?? TBC hTTps://vegcropshotline.org/article/control-root-knot-nematode-in-high-tunnels/
supersonico
04/5/2019
16:42
Investing..Which post?
supersonico
04/5/2019
16:26
Super, What are you implying? :)
investingisatrickygame
04/5/2019
16:11
Meloidogyne spp Nematode 'Eastman recently announced that it has received authorization from the Regulatory Affairs Directorate in Malta for Cedroz, a crop protection innovation from Eastman. Cedroz is a nature-identical product, formulated and patented by Eden Research plc and developed by Eastman and Eden as a post-planting nematicidal solution to the problem of root-knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.) in Solanaceae and Cucurbitaceae crops'. hTTp://news.agropages.com/News/NewsDetail---29454.htm ………………….. Introduction In the recent past, the usage of nematicides has led to a significant reduction of Meloidogyne spp. populations in crop production. However, due to their toxicity and adverse effects on the environment, many nematicides have been or are currently being withdrawn from the market. This has now propelled Meloidogyne spp. to the forefront as important pathogens of many crops and other plants. In fact, in a 2013 Molecular Plant Pathology survey of the top ten plant parasitic nematodes, Meloidogyne spp. collectively were voted at the top of the list (Jones et al., 2013). Economic impact. Meloidogyne spp. cause an estimated annual loss of $157 billion globally (Abad et al., 2008). However, in most cases, the impact of Meloidogyne spp. is grossly underestimated. This is more so in Africa than anywhere else in the world. Hence it is likely that the overall annual losses due to these pathogens are much higher than estimated hTTps://repository.up.ac.za/bitstream/handle/2263/41425/Onkendi_Threat_2014.pdf?sequence=1 ………………………… Top 10 plant‐parasitic nematodes in molecular plant pathology hTTps://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/mpp.12057 Summary The aim of this review was to undertake a survey of researchers working with plant‐parasitic nematodes in order to determine a ‘top 10’ list of these pathogens based on scientific and economic importance. Any such list will not be definitive as economic importance will vary depending on the region of the world in which a researcher is based. However, care was taken to include researchers from as many parts of the world as possible when carrying out the survey. The top 10 list emerging from the survey is composed of: (1) root‐knot nematodes (Meloidogyne spp.); (2) cyst nematodes (Heterodera and Globodera spp.); (3) root lesion nematodes (Pratylenchus spp.); (4) the burrowing nematode Radopholus similis; (5) Ditylenchus dipsaci; (6) the pine wilt nematode Bursaphelenchus xylophilus; (7) the reniform nematode Rotylenchulus reniformis; (8) Xiphinema index (the only virus vector nematode to make the list); (9) Nacobbus aberrans; and (10) Aphelenchoides besseyi. The biology of each nematode (or nematode group) is reviewed briefly. …………………………….. hTTps://www.nature.com/articles/nbt.1482 Plant-parasitic nematodes are responsible for global agricultural losses amounting to an estimated $157 billion annually. Although chemical nematicides are the most reliable means of controlling root-knot nematodes, they are increasingly being withdrawn owing to their toxicity to humans and the environment. Novel and specific targets are thus needed to develop new strategies against these pests. ………………………….. Developing Defences Against Plant Parasitic Nematodes Plant parasitic nematodes (PPNs) cause >$100 billion annual losses to world agriculture of which cyst and root-knot nematodes contribute over 80%. Their management involves crop rotation and host resistance, which provide incomplete control, and chemical nematicides, which are the most toxicological and environmentally damaging pesticides in widespread use posing considerable risk to aquatic ecosystems and drinking water supplies. The approaches taken by the lab to overcome this challenge include developing biofumigation to replace the withdrawn nematicides and utilising well established anti-feedant technology as well as newly developed behavioural repellents and RNAi to provide plant based resistance to nematodes in several crops. We are also undertaking fundamental research using the model species C. elegans and utilising the data being generated by the sequencing of Globodera pallida to identify novel strategies and targets for engineering nematode resistance. hTTp://www.fbs.leeds.ac.uk/nem/ ……... hTTps://www.mordorintelligence.com/industry-reports/nematicides-market hTTp://www.fao.org/3/v9978e/v9978e08.htm
supersonico
04/5/2019
13:04
Thanks AttyG So 2 million shares at risk of going by the wayside. So from mid August to September end, a weighted average of plus 20p or 30p for their 109o% allocation. Best to start putting a firm floor under it now so as there are no upsets. I'd be very disappointed for a new options allocation. A lot more needs to perform before that is granted. Why can't new options be geared to other variables, if and when they occur. So for example, 1) A new investor, strategic or otherwise, but secured at say, 40pence 2) In the event of an offer for the Company at price x. If the price rises to y, then increased options 3) An annual profit of say +£2 million The options awards are not aligned, in my opinion, with their investment partners, so you and me. Also, Eden in particular is a company based upon deliver of products that are based on natural solutions, exemption from MRL's, sustainability, bioactive ingredients. So there is business ethicality here in product development and product delivery, for the farmer and the consumer. Why isn't there the same in their relationships with share options and business rewards generally? The two should be aligned.
investingisatrickygame
04/5/2019
12:51
It will be interesting to see shareholder reviews when we finally see on the big screen 'KingKongruent' a SumoSca-nda Noir picture. .
supersonico
04/5/2019
12:01
In haste. See pages 24 and 25 on the AR as shown on line - I don't have a hard copy. Nil cost options are all as previously understood. Note the remuneration committee will make new awards for the two years to Dec 2018 during 2019. Something that will no doubt vex many shareholders with the abject share price performance for many years.
attyg
04/5/2019
10:38
AttyG Can you help? From pages 58 & 59 of the 2018 Annual Report we have the Share Options, the LTIP and the Warrants. The Share options have exercise prices between 10 and 16p, contractual life is to September 2019. IS this correct? The 2016 LTIP has a 3 year vesting period, therefore to 28/9/2019. Is this correct? The warrants have an exercise price of between 11-30p at nil cost and their weighted average contractual life appears to go beyond 2019 (2.6 years) is this correct? So my questions is, where in all of this is the statement that the shares have to have an average price of X for Y days in order for Z number of options to be realised. Can you address the three points above plus the last statement please? My thought process being that if the shares have to hit a price of X for Y days then the Company is running out of time to achieve the same if September 2019 is the expiry date if not achieved. With the summer months being so quiet, Eden arguably has a straight 8-12 weeks to get the share price where they want it to benefit. Any clarity you can offer will be much appreciated.
investingisatrickygame
04/5/2019
09:52
The link below is an EU report on the vegetable and fruit market in Europe. Nice to see Italy as the major producer of vegetables. I was unsucceful in a quick cursory search for the size of the market of vegetables grown under cover, but it must be substantial. After all we have "fresh" vegetables all year round at Tesco. The great thing of about the undercover market is that there is not just a single annual cycle but there can be multiple cycles - possibly as many as 4 in any year. The significance of this is that in a year cedroz will have possibly as many times as 4 occasions to grow market share. So, market share could be growing, possibly quite fast, and could be quite significant by the end of 2019 and even more so by the end of 2020. Furthermore, the notion that Eden's revenues are seasonal will be altered. We can now look forward to Eden having robust earnings throughout a year - as well as growing revenues and profits. Sometimes things are just hidden in plain sight. https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/The_fruit_and_vegetable_sector_in_the_EU_-_a_statistical_overview#Fresh_vegetables:_holdings.2C_areas_and_production
attyg
03/5/2019
14:40
Organic farming, agro-ecology and other alternative forms of farming are highlighted in the FAO's new report on future food security hTTps://www.slu.se/ew-nyheter/2019/5/fao-rapport/ In its new report "The future of food and agriculture. Alternative pathways by 2050", the FAO (UN Food and Agriculture Organization) presents a thorough review of the state of agriculture and food supply globally and presents three future scenarios for how the world's population can be born. In 2050, organic farming and other alternative forms of production are highlighted as important strategies in the western world where production must be more sustainable, and a certain reduction in harvesting must initially be accepted in these regions, while the crops must increase substantially in low-income areas. to adapt more sustainable production methods to local conditions and for them to be possible to implement on family farms. Overall conclusions Some of the overall conclusions of the report are that a fairer distribution of income is crucial. In order to achieve global sustainability goals, gender inequality needs to be reduced, war ceased, greenhouse gas emissions reduced, agricultural systems depleting natural resources, demand for resource-intensive animal products need to decrease, as well as shrinkage at all levels. In order to achieve environmentally sustainable and healthy costs, food prices need to better reflect the real costs of food production and take into account the nutritional value of the food. Such measures are also believed to lead to reduced wastage. In addition, the production of biofuels from cereals must be reduced in order to increase the availability of food. Food trade will continue to be needed, but strong institutions are needed to coordinate trade and prevent countries that have stricter environmental legislation and more far-reaching social conditions from being disadvantaged. More sustainable farming practices will be needed and further increases in harvest levels cannot therefore be expected anywhere. Increased yields must not be achieved at the cost of unsustainable use of water, deterioration of soil soil, loss of biodiversity or high greenhouse gas emissions. Significant investments are also needed to achieve the goals. Three scenarios The three scenarios presented in the report present "possible, credible and consistent ways for the future to look", that is, they are not forecasts or predictions [1]. The scenarios are modeled quantitatively in terms of certain key parameters, such as greenhouse gas emissions, land use, the need for food, and more. They are supplemented with a qualitative analysis with the aim of improving the decision-making basis for decision-makers. The three scenarios are: Business As Usual (BAU) which is a scenario where development continues approximately as today in terms of diet patterns and agricultural production. Economic developments continue at a moderate pace, but the large differences between the countries, despite certain efforts, are aimed at reducing the gaps. Towards Sustainabiliy (TSS) is a scenario where access to healthy food from more sustainable production systems is achieved through a more equitable distribution of revenue, more sustainable farming practices, reduced waste and a transition to healthier diet patterns. Stratified Societies (SSS) is a scenario with high economic growth that is unevenly distributed. The diet is deteriorating and the environmental degradation continues globally. Some of the most important results from the modeling of the scenarios are summarized below: Gross production in agriculture (in value) increases by approximately 50 per cent in BAU. The largest increase is in sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and Eastern and Central Asia. In TSS, agricultural production increases less (by 40 percent) due to reduced shrinkage and lower animal consumption. Food prices remain largely stable in the BAU and SSS scenarios until 2030 and begin to increase after that, so that they end up 13 percent higher in 2050 than in 2012 for BAU and 35 percent higher in SSS. In the TSS prices, prices are increasing rapidly due to the implementation of more sustainable production methods which initially result in lower returns. Cost changes are illustrated in Figure 1 below. Compared to BAU and SSS, the TSS scenario involves a redistribution of per capita consumption of animal products between high and low income countries - a reduction in consumption in high income countries and an increase in low and middle income countries. The global hamburgers grow by 40 percent in BAU with the largest increase in sub-Saharan Africa (+ 185 percent). In TSS, the number of animals with more moderate 26 per cent increases on more static diet patterns and more extensive production systems. In the high-income countries, the number of animals is reduced. In BAU, the need for arable land increases by 11 percent, with the largest increase in sub-Saharan Africa, and in TSS by 6 percent. [1] Earlier FAO reports on the food security theme by 2050 contained only one scenario of predicted agricultural developments. Läs rapporten här: The future of food and agriculture
supersonico
03/5/2019
13:35
Super, I've just listened to the link you provided, but didn't hear the quote you provided.
investingisatrickygame
03/5/2019
12:41
Radio 4 ..12.26m.. You and Yours 03/05/2019 Phase out of Slug pellets Metaldehyde hTTps://www.bbc.co.uk/sounds/play/live:bbc_radio_fourfm "we did try and get an interview with a Uk company who with 'ground breaking' technology will offer Farmers effected by the ban a Natural safe alternative to Metaldehyde.. A spokesperson for this company, Saga Smith said "they were too busy watching The Bridge ..so not able to comment"
supersonico
03/5/2019
12:07
Danish supermarkets react to consumer concern over pesticide residues 03-May-2019 By Katy Askew Danish supermarkets Coop, Aldi and Lidl demand their suppliers go beyond legal requirements on maximum pesticide levels in response to mounting consumer concern over the issue. hTTps://www.foodnavigator.com/Article/2019/05/03/Danish-supermarkets-react-to-consumer-concern-over-pesticide-residues ………………………………… Didier GUILLAUME@dguillaume26 "To bloom its city is to bloom its life" to celebrate the feast of gardeners in the domain of SERS à #Pau with @bayrou, it is to honor the work of its actors who produce more than 140000 plants without phytosanitary products for the happiness of the inhabitants.@Min_Agriculture
supersonico
03/5/2019
11:38
Investing... this is what Short order Lykele says; CHAIRMAN’S REPORT For the year ended 31 December 2018 'There is potential for an even greater opportunity around the use of Eden’s proprietary, natural micro-encapsulation technology, Sustaine™, which is being tested by a number of third parties, including some of the major agchem companies'. My Q1 ..AGM (if I was attending)question then is..are these 3rd parties.. Sumitomo affiliated or outside? and are they in the top 10 Global players? I then come back to the bones of my first question which is why would they..? ..considering the size of Sumitomo and it's aspirations which it has been materially growing with partnerships, alliances along with growing it's capacities in infrastructure over the last five plus years. At this moment my money is on '3rd parties' being all Sumitomo related and we're being 'short NDA ordered' with some in the coming months thrown in for good measure. Q2..Would be ..when do Eden expect to hear about the EU ..EGTOP organic ratification. hTTps://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/food-farming-fisheries/farming/documents/final-report-egtop-plant-protection-iv_en.pdf
supersonico
03/5/2019
10:27
Super, Is Sipcam collaborating with other parties on Sustaine or is Eden doing so direct. I believe that statement refers to Eden doing so direct. Unless I have misunderstood you, I believe Sipcam is evaluating their own pesticide offerings in relation to Sustaine for some co-encapsulation and some direct encapsulation. It would be nice to hear via RNS and in detail, the success or otherwise they are having and if success, then to drill down into where, how, why and what it means in verticals, geographies, values and future positioning of Sustaine via Sipcam and any changing future positioning of Sipcam as a result of any right's to Sustaine.
investingisatrickygame
03/5/2019
09:19
Industry deletions in PV29 study summaries should raise alarm bells on both sides of the Atlantic hTTp://blogs.edf.org/health/2019/05/02/industry-deletions-in-pv29-study-summaries-should-raise-alarm-bells-on-both-sides-of-the-atlantic/?utm_source=gmail&utm_campaign=edf-health_public-health-threats---tsca_upd_hlth&utm_medium=email&utm_id=1556824964
supersonico
02/5/2019
14:28
By compiling hundreds of studies, INRA researchers have discovered that organic farming is more effective than pesticide farming in limiting the impact of pests. hTTps://lejournalminimal.fr/les-cultures-sans-pesticides-resistent-mieux-aux-ravageurs/?fbclid=IwAR0mUdnBbEEBZXTW5UOlwUrpSh29ISnQRh76YhUGCsO1RQobxSeGq6I2qf4 Contrary to popular belief, the organic farming system would be more interesting than the so-called "conventional" system (which uses pesticides) to limit pests of crops. This is what a team from INRA (National Institute of Agricultural Research) found after having compiled hundreds of studies. This discovery, which goes against the discourse of the petrochemical industry for decades, was published in July 2018 in the journal Nature Sustainability. The work of INRA researchers is based on 688 comparisons between the results of organic and conventional farming. This meta-analysis of a very large number of scientific studies has brought to light the beneficial consequences of the process called "ecological intensification". LET PUSH THE CLOVER The ecological intensification aims at designing a more natural agronomy, which allows a high yield by limiting the fertilizers thanks to the exploitation of the ecological functionalities. What is it exactly? In an ecosystem, however agricultural, each of the species plays a special role, and rather than suppressing all species except the one that one wants to grow, it is sometimes more useful to keep several species, which will help the growth of the "plant of interest". For example, leaving plant debris on the ground allows the earthworms to feed, and thus to proliferate and promote plant growth. Or, clover, like other plants in its family, is able to enrich the soil with nitrogen, a nutrient essential for the growth of other plants in the human diet: it is better to let the clover grow before Sow the wheat to kill all life on the ground and then pour in synthetic nitrogen fertilizer ... In addition to being a natural and logical process, ecological intensification is economical in resources. BETTER RESISTANCE The researchers looked at the results of the analyzes, both in terms of predation rate and parasitism, as well as the severity and frequency of the diseases. They also looked at the density of pests (rodents, birds, insects ...) and "weeds", in order to reveal the trends of each of the cultivation methods on these parameters. The results first show that organic farming favors general biological control: in crops where petrochemical fertilizers are limited, predation and parasitism rates are lower, and the soil's ability to suppress pathogens is greater than what is found in conventional agriculture. The results also show that the capacities of organic farming systems equal or exceed those of conventional agriculture in limiting pest infestations. In addition, the frequency and severity of diseases are lower in plants in organic farming. LIVE "WEEDS"! However, at the level of eliminating weeds, unfairly called "weeds", conventional farming is achieving much more effective results. And this is normal: the fact of not spreading herbicides leaves the field free for all plants to settle. In summary, the only difference in bio-aggressors that "undergoes" organic farming is a greater presence of weeds; According to the INRA team, their very presence seems finally to be beneficial! Because by settling, these plants modify the composition of the soil, enrich it with their organic matter and their possible associated fungi, and undoubtedly make it possible to promote resistance to environmental pathogens. The researchers conclude that organic agriculture, through ecological intensification, can potentially replace the use of synthetic inputs in the management of pathogens and animal pests. Source: Evidence that organic farming promotes pest control. Lucile Muneret, Matthew Mitchell, Verena Seufert, Stephanie Aviron, El Aziz Djoudi, Julien Petillon, Manuel Plantegenest, Denis Thiery & Adrien Rusch. Nature Sustainability, July 16, 2018.
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