Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Eden Research Plc LSE:EDEN London Ordinary Share GB0001646941 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 8.45p 8.10p 8.80p 8.45p 8.45p 8.45p 0 08:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Pharmaceuticals & Biotechnology 2.8 -0.5 -0.2 - 18

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17/5/2019
21:26
not long to go before Eastman gets to know if regulators in other European countries have granted permission for use of Cedroz apart from Portugal, which is known to be very slow.
northwick
17/5/2019
20:33
You've got me started now. Almost one of four fresh vegetables produced by the EU is a tomato! (in 2014) Get in!!!! hTTps://www.worldatlas.com/articles/which-are-the-world-s-leading-tomato-producing-countries.html Production Of Tomato In 2017, the worldwide production of tomatoes totaled 170.8 million tons. China, the leading producer of tomatoes, accounted for 31% of the total production. India and the United States followed with the second and third highest production of tomatoes in the world. In the European Union, tomatoes accounted for 23% of the total output of fresh vegetables in 2014. Of this, more than half was produced in Spain, Italy, and Poland. The global tomato exports the previous year was worth 88 billion USD.
brucie5
17/5/2019
20:29
supersonico 17 May '19 - 18:43 - 6297 of 6297 0 0 0 Brucie, Well as I see it .. no 1 application is Mevalone on Grapes which has label extensions for Green house Aubergines, Kiwis, Pomegranates and Onions. ------------------------------------------------------------------- Tomatoes? "The vegetable that is grown in the largest quantities worldwide is the tomato. Approximately 161.8 million tonnes of tomatoes were grown in 2012." https://www.answers.com/Q/What_is_the_world's_largest_grown_vegetable_crop
brucie5
17/5/2019
18:43
Brucie, Well as I see it .. no 1 application is Mevalone on Grapes which has label extensions for Green house Aubergines, Kiwis, Pomegranates and Onions. Sipcam also have a Post Harvest Apple product due out or for registration Winter/19 Cedroz .no 2.. covers Cucumbers, strawberries, melons, Aubergines, peppers and tomatoes. I would assume use of both like you say will have widened usage over time. I make that 11 specific key target crops not including Key applications for Molluscicides or insecticides for white fly / Red mites etc.
supersonico
17/5/2019
17:06
supersonico 17 May '19 - 11:16 - 6293 of 6295 0 1 0 Team Building ..News ------------------------- Yes, that's good. So I wonder if this is new work she's taking on, or old work that's been delegated to her. I've been interested by a small conversation started by farmboy on MW concerning the increase in number of key crops from one to more than ten. Of course Mevelone is already being used on kiwi fruit and Kenyan flowers (correct me if I'm wrong), and FB. was saying that until such time as there is a counterindication, it can simply be extended pretty much to any crop that is vulnerable to botrytis - for example tomatoes or carrots. In which case, how does this effect the target market size? But perhaps there's another question as to what exactly was meant by the extension in number of 'key crops'... Surely more important is the 'key applications' - eg, botrytis being one, nematodes another, and molluscs a third...
brucie5
17/5/2019
16:54
hTTps://twitter.com/edenresearch Eden Research plc@edenresearch '#Botrytis will infect grape berries from 53°F in as little as 4 hours of berry wetness.’ @OregonStateExt Canopy management and a well timed fungicide programme are essential for control. #Mevalone = key part of #sustainable fungicide programmes. #grapes #wine #viticulture #IPM hTTps://pnwhandbooks.org/plantdisease/host-disease/grape-vitis-spp-botrytis-bunch-rot
supersonico
17/5/2019
13:35
Vittorio Veronelli IBMA presentation Italian language with nice graphs and pictures in English and italian. hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDJMeoU7sZI
supersonico
17/5/2019
11:16
Team Building ..News Eden Research plc@edenresearch We are very pleased to welcome Felicity Lenyk as Product and Market Manager! Since receiving her first class honours degree in biology from the University of Bath she has worked in several segments of the agricultural inputs industry including seeds, Biostimulants and nutrition ………………………….. hTTp://www.farmbusiness.co.uk/business/marketing-matters/felicity-is-appointed-to-strengthen-technical-resources-at-germinal.html hTTps://www.seedquest.com/news.php?type=news&id_article=95524&id_region=&id_category=
supersonico
17/5/2019
09:09
China News Home News Current Draft version of Chinese Pesticide Surface Water Exposure Model (PSEM) Draft version of Chinese Pesticide Surface Water Exposure Model (PSEM) hTTps://www.knoell.com/en/news/draft-version-chinese-pesticide-surface-water-exposure-model-psem 15 May, 2019 On May 5, 2019, the Institute Control of Agrochemicals, Ministry of Agriculture (ICAMA) released the draft version of the Chinese Pesticide Surface Water Exposure Model (PSEM) for public consultation. The model is designed for estimating the pesticide concentrations in surface water after pesticide application to dryland crops. It is derived from the model PWC by US-EPA, and further incorporates Chinese specific scenarios, crop calendars, and meteorological data, etc. In addition, the rules on Mutual Acceptance of Data (MAD) in the pesticide registration in China are likely to impact timelines for product registration in China and delay market-access plans. Please feel free to contact our Regulatory team in China (Dr. Xiaohua He) if you need support to run the draft model and preliminary calculations to better understand the impact on your products or regarding the new development on Mutual Acceptance of Data (MAD) in the pesticide registration – we have the expertise, methods, and tools
supersonico
17/5/2019
08:06
Brucie...Clearly many are in the frustrated camp....but like you I am comfortable with where we are and indeed comfortable with being in any described minority. The horizon is not yet clear, but hopefully it's a case of we have got our headlights on, while the market waits for daylight proper!
wan
16/5/2019
17:44
Eden Research plc@edenresearch Eden Research plc Retweeted The VI The UK is placing more emphasis on Integrated Pest management. Eden Research provides proven #biological solutions to pest and disease management, which are already marketed with our commercial partners in Europe. 14 May 2019 VI Strategy updated to reflect the new focus on IPM to drive change in UK agriculture Our mission is to be the UK’s primary delivery mechanism for promoting best practice in pesticide use through enhanced adoption of Integrated Pest Management (IPM) as defined by the Sustainable Use Directive in order to protect water and the environment. hTTps://voluntaryinitiative.org.uk/news/2019/vi-strategy-updated/
supersonico
16/5/2019
17:24
I won’t say anymore than I have already said.
chrischas
16/5/2019
16:17
Chrischas - I've had a look at the board and can see that over the past few years they've certainly rewarded themselves very well, and imo the level of remuneration is disproportionate to the revenue generated.....but I think that debate has been done to death previously. I've been following Eden for some time now, as it closely resembles Eco Animal Health in which I have a long tem holding, and the recent movement with regards to Cedroz has perked my interest to the point I'm now considering an investment despite the point I've made above. I've no problem with being conservative around delivery forecasts, though I still don't see why the board would deliberately undersell the outlook of the Company given the generous options and potential for further bonuses if revenue continues to significantly increase.
tanners
16/5/2019
14:58
Northwick: What is the dilution rate?
chrischas
16/5/2019
14:57
Tanners look deeply at the Board.Look and you will see that it doesn’t suit them to do anything except be conservative with a very little c.They are managing this according to their own interests and capabilities
chrischas
16/5/2019
14:12
Hear Cedroz is sold close to 35 euros per litre.
northwick
16/5/2019
11:31
sandcrab, while I hear your frustration and know nothing of your circumstances, I think the only view I can possibly take of a share like this is a three year one. Were this to treble in this time - a fairly modest achievement by the expectations of many on this bb. - that would be to outperform the market by some considerable margin. Personally, and on the highly inexpert figures I have modelled, and looking at Shore, etcetera and so forth, I am expecting the 50-£1 range for eoy 2021. For which I can wait. In that time we have, as pointed out by Atty, the recent presentation indicates another ten (plus) crop applications to be rolled out, together with CAP and consumer verticals, and not forgetting whatever is conjured from the hat on Sustaine. My slight concern is what dilution may be needed along the way, if cash this year becomes tight - NEVER say never! Low ball offer from 3rd party; and of course, the competitive landscape.
brucie5
16/5/2019
09:53
That's a question for the Woodlarks. Under promise - Over deliver imo
supersonico
16/5/2019
09:47
So what's the purpose of dampening?
tanners
16/5/2019
09:35
That's what they would like you to believe imo. Otherwise ..why Shore cap ? It has a function. Which is to IncongruScanDampen.
supersonico
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