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20/5/2019
08:56
Talking Tomatoes with graphic content. hTTps://www.brookings.edu/blog/future-development/2019/05/15/exporting-better/
supersonico
20/5/2019
07:34
Wan: Put another way and aside from label extensions for Mevalone (which I expect), on its own, authorisation for the post harvest application of Mevalone would certainly make Sipcam's investment look more than fortuitous! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Yes, what has slightly confused me is why Sipcam would be so interested in Mevalone with a relatively measly target market of $300m, largely, I believe, for botrytis in grapes. (Yes, I know they're also interested in Sustaine, and maybe this is the principal motivator behind their strategic stake in the co.) Also, tomatoes are actually a larger crop worldwide, and seem to be very vulnerable to grey mould. So I think that market figure is deceptive. It's a shame we don't have more flesh on the bones of that $4bn figure, and how we have gone so suddenly from half that. It's as though someone has been reminded that Mevalone (or a.n. other) has a much larger target market than previously given. I'm also assuming that 3/4 of that 4bn figure must be for crop protection.
brucie5
20/5/2019
07:03
Brucie...To be clear with regard to tomatoes, it's also not just about greenhouse grown crops. Eastman has tested Cedroz extensively, under field conditions, where its efficacy has been confirmed in 51 greenhouse and field trials in tomatoes, melons and cucumbers in Italy, Portugal, Spain and Greece. I also don't expect there to be any conflict with the application to the same crop between Cedroz and Mevalone. FYI we are not looking at a niche market i.e. organic - Data for 2017 shows that the 2 310 ha of organic crops account for 6.6% of the 34 932 ha planted with processing tomatoes in northern Italy. But it is also important to note that the remainder of northern Italy's tomato production ("non-organic") is grown according to integrated production methods featuring the reduced use of pesticides in order to provide consumers with a product that is not only high quality, but also healthy and sustainably grown. hTTp://www.tomatonews.com/en/italy-the-production-of-organic-tomatoes-has-almost-doubled-in-two-years_2_219.html General news/facts - hTTp://www.tomatonews.com/en/ Post harvest decay is a very large problem and preventing it will obviously save a huge amount of money, and prevention may even be foisted upon the supply chain to do more about - Press release Food Waste Champion rallies major players to ‘Step up to the Plate’ Ben Elliot calls for an end to the 'moral and economic scandal' of food waste. Published 13 May 2019 Major players from the worlds of food retail and hospitality, along with social media influencers and chefs, will join forces today to pledge ground-breaking action to drive down food waste, a driver of climate change. Environment Secretary Michael Gove and Minister Thérèse Coffey were among the first to sign up to the pledge – which includes a goal to halve food waste by 2030 – and will today be joined by players in the world of food including Nestlé, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, and Waitrose to help halve food waste by 2030. hTTps://www.gov.uk/government/news/food-waste-champion-rallies-major-players-to-step-up-to-the-plate Put another way and aside from label extensions for Mevalone (which I expect), on its own, authorisation for the post harvest application of Mevalone would certainly make Sipcam's investment look more than fortuitous!
wan
19/5/2019
20:51
brucie5, yes I went to the AGM but to be honest I didn't hear anything so relevant that we already don't know. Not in the short term... Mevalone and Eden/Bayer products should be launched in the US by the end of 2019 (hopefully). I spoke to Lykele & Sean afterwards and I think we might have some more label extensions to other products and novelty related to sustaine this year. Let's see; I'm just speculating as they didn't want to disclose anything hastily. Maybe due to the NDA? 2019/2020 will be key years, imo.
sortudo7
19/5/2019
20:26
Well that's 8/9 crops right there, including the tomato, which incidentally, figures quite prominently in their presentation imagery... I'm becoming fixated on tomatoes...
brucie5
19/5/2019
14:24
Wan, here's a post of your from December 18, that I copied into a dossier of 'notes' I keep for my own reference. Nothing sinister, but rather a tribute to you and others on these boards who provide us with rather more in depth analysis than the bod ever seem to do! I was expressing my curiosity on the other thread about the apparent silence on the market opportunity size for tomatoes, using mevalone, but then I saw this post of yours, concerning grey mould and post harvest treatments. I guess I'm still trying to flesh out the values here. I think your post deserves another outing, and perhaps peeps can comment. Particularly anyone who happened to attend the recent AGM? ----------------------------------------------------------------------------- wan 10 Dec '18 - 07:47 - 145 of 146 0 3 0 Most readers will be aware that the initial market for Eden's Mevalone is for grey mould on grapes, which has been approved in certain countries for the control of botrytis (grey mould) on grapes. In 2018 Eden has seen robust results supporting the first use of Mevalone for post harvest applications – which Eden describe as a completely new and substantial market Eden is actively seeking label extensions for Mevalone - ● Trials supporting the registration of Mevalone in the Central Zone * Initial focus is the treatment of botrytis on grapes * Subsequent label extensions planned for major and minor crops * Includes post harvest applications ● Trials to evaluate the efficacy of Mevalone for the treatment of grape downy mildew * Market potential is between three and five times that of botrytis * Regulatory pressure on incumbent products strongly favours the use of Mevalone and other bio-control products To put some of that potential, along with Eden's comment regarding the post harvest application of Mevalone as being a substantial new market, into perspective - Grey Mold is a plant pathogen that causes significant devastating diseases on over 500 plant species (including fruits and vegetables). These infections result in annual economic losses between $10 billion to $100 billion worldwide (L. Hua et al. 2018). In addition, about one-third of the food produced worldwide for human consumption is lost after harvest (Gastavsson et al., 2011). Infections by fungus are a major factor of food wastage and Grey Mold is considered one of the most important postharvest decays of fresh fruit and vegetables (Romanazzi et al., 2016)
brucie5
19/5/2019
14:17
Not sure what you mean. It's difficult to be optimistic on almost any level atm, environmentally, politically, socially, internationally. Nationally. So I think any act of creative and peaceful resistance, such against Monsanto, Trump, or the various Alex Jones inspired Conspiracy Theorists has got to be a Good Thing. And I think EDEN, if it can just get its act together, should be tiny incy wincy part of a solution.
brucie5
19/5/2019
13:47
Brucie5, I had you down as a cheerful optimist but now your in the crazy camp with me:)
supersonico
19/5/2019
13:18
Sortudo, did you make it to the AGM? Re. Bayer, who knows. I'm hoping that it may have shocked them, and a few others out of their complacency around generic and monopolistic chemical solutions to food production.
brucie5
18/5/2019
19:20
Since Bayer bought Monsanto its share price has fallen around 50% due its product (Roundup) troubles in US. I wonder if that may affect Bayer & Eden partnership somehow and the launch of their products...
sortudo7
18/5/2019
17:56
Super, Nice to see Anne Williams Global Product Manager Tomato/ Biotechnology @ Monsanto-Bayer offer some kind words of support to Sean Smith and the Eden Team. "Great news guys - clear focus and a lot of hard work looks like it's paying off - Congratulations" Intriguing that, isn't it!!!
investingisatrickygame
18/5/2019
16:53
The BOD hasn’t decided either. Not sure if they know anything past CSE Botany . The big question is will they give their new Hire any scope. Her CV suggests she is ready to open up Eden to flower with bid yellow petals in the plains
chrischas
18/5/2019
16:36
I'm suggesting that the cashcrop figures of $1,415,000 you refer to includes all Tomatoes. That will include Field grown tomatoes and Glass house grown tomatoes. As I understand it Cedroz will be used on the higher value Glass house portion of the tomato market. I'm assuming Cedroz will not be commercially viable if applied to field grown tomatoes but could easily be talking Bananas. My understanding is that Cedroz and Mevalone treat different symptoms so I'm not suggesting 'when you use one, you kill both.
supersonico
18/5/2019
15:25
Super: Ok, so something I'm not fully understanding here. Mevalone is for Botrytis, aka grey mould. Cedroz is for nematodes. Are you saying when you use one, you kill both? I was thinking it was a different formulation - surely- for different target pests? If so, don't we need some separate figures on the likely botrytis market for Mevalone, outside of viticulture and grapes? I believe this is referred to in their most recent presentation as a 'label extension' - but without any solid figures to suggest specific market size, beyond the $4bn catch -all. I'm sorry if I ask stupid questions.
brucie5
18/5/2019
13:58
I think the Numbers for the tomatoes will be split between indoor and outdoor field cultivation. Cedroz I assume will only be applied to the in glasshouse portion.
supersonico
18/5/2019
13:45
Yes, a shame Bayer's own 'hard work# doesn't seem to be benefiting the company much. As yet. But given the importance of the tomato crop to vegetable production as a whole, it would be nice to see some modelling of how this - and other soft veg and fruit- builds of the $300m viticulture target size for 3aey. According to this graph (on the right) tomatoes are a larger revenue crop than grapes. Which is hardly surprising given the amount of derivative uses for cooking. (Could anyone cook nowadays without tomatoes or onions?) On this model, it's behind cannabis, wheat, maize, rice and soy, and only marginally behind potatoes. hTTps://www.visualcapitalist.com/the-worlds-most-valuable-cash-crop/ Unless there's something I'm not understanding, and Mevalone cannot be extended to other veg, that $300m figure for mev on wine grapes, needs to be tweaked upwards.
brucie5
18/5/2019
13:30
Brucie5, Your focus on the Tomatoes yesterday reminded me of one of the comments made on linkedin to Sean Smith following one of his Proactive Presentation. I post the relevant bit again.. supersonico - 24 Jan 2019 - 22:58:25 - 5607 of 6304 Eden Research - EDEN Proactive @ Eden ….Audience feedback.. Nice to see Anne Williams Global Product Manager Tomato/ Biotechnology @ Monsanto-Bayer offer some kind words of support to Sean Smith and the Eden Team. "Great news guys - clear focus and a lot of hard work looks like it's paying off - Congratulations"
supersonico
18/5/2019
08:03
The Supersonico DOT report aka What SC don't mention ..news Interesting times as the 'Bio rational' narrative is being pushed more publicly recently by Sumitomo staff on social media and Antoine Meyer of Sumiagro is out lining new Seipro products due Winter 19. This as Eden are expanding internal capabilities with the appointment of Felicity Lenyk as Product and Market Manager ..with EGTOP due for EU ratification thereby expanding Eden tech applications into Organic market.. Did you hear any of that at the AGM..? No! nor did I ..It must be All in my imagination then.. just like those parallel delays.. Biorational Research and Development Base in the U.S. Starts Operation hTTps://sumitomo-chem-agro.com/blog/biorational-research-and-development-base-in-the-u-s-starts-operation/
supersonico
18/5/2019
06:51
Why Modern IPM Should Take a Wider View of Key Influences Ag&Natural Resources@ucanr “Crop production is an art, a science, and an enterprise,” @calveggies writes. “IPM is an approach to manage pests in an economically viable, socially acceptable, and environmentally safe manner.” @EntsocAmerica hTTps://entomologytoday.org/2019/05/15/modern-ipm-wider-view-key-influences-integrated-pest-management/ … @UCIP
supersonico
17/5/2019
20:26
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
19:33
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
19:29
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
17:43
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
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