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Eden Research Plc LSE:EDEN London Ordinary Share GB0001646941 ORD 1P
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  0.00 0.0% 7.55 7.30 7.80 7.55 7.55 7.55 0.00 08:00:00
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24/6/2019
11:41
Brucie, been following since the PLUS market days and investing not long after it listed on AIM, a very long time ago.
wilmer100
24/6/2019
10:41
Wilmer, agreed, particularly given the c. 4-5% cagr in demand for KIWI, and its standout selling point as a health product, whether standalone or through drinks. It's a premium item, and I would have thought that ensuring it has a sound bio friendly provenance will become increasing paramount. But these things take time to build. Out of interest, are you new to EDEN, or like several I know, from long ago?
brucie5
24/6/2019
10:19
I'm just curious as to how much crop protection is used in terms of Euros/ tonnes or net sales. 400000 tonnes of Italian Kiwis, what's it worth in terms of crop protection.Have been looking at some figures on the internet. Kiwi global export market said to be worth $2.7b.That's just exports let alone country of origin consumption. And that's just one type of farmed goods.So the label extensions could turn out to be very useful and some.
wilmer100
24/6/2019
10:05
Brucie...You know my views on label extensions as an excellent way of providing more bang for our buck and importantly (possibly overlooked) further product/technology validation, which, beyond revenue, is another key element.
wan
24/6/2019
09:37
Yes, I think the Kiwi extension is well worth following, but I wonder how far/to what figure it extends stated addressable market for 3aey, from Shore's £215m. My inference would be that label extensions might prove to be the real excitement here. On the 2.15 figure alone my maths give us about £.5m in profit, for each percent of market penetration. Which us useful, but not very awesome.
brucie5
24/6/2019
06:36
Whoops wrong link. Try this one.https://www.freshplaza.com/article/9090362/overview-global-kiwifruit-market/
wilmer100
24/6/2019
06:04
https://www.freshplaza.com/article/2192812/overview-global-kiwifruit-market/I found the bit about the French market concerning the Italian imports in this article quite interesting.They detected them from plant protection residues. My understanding is Eden's products don't have a detectable residual.Anyway, the article just gives an indecation of the market size for Kiwi. How is spent on protection is the Question.
wilmer100
23/6/2019
18:13
Lets not forget the scum companies that make this toxic child retardation chemistry. They Know it's poisonous but making money is more important than Human health to these imbecilic parasites . hTTps://www.theguardian.com/us-news/2019/jun/21/epa-trump-toxic-chemicals-regulation-off-rails-under-senators-say?CMP=share_btn_tw
supersonico
23/6/2019
08:50
Worth reading ..for those with a Curious mind and who find simple pleasure in word association.. imo with regard to Sumitomo related companies Collaborators and product verticals/ pipelines which have a Eden /TT flavour. hTTps://www.sumitomo-chem.co.jp/english/ir/library/investors_handbook/files/docs/201908handbook.pdf
supersonico
23/6/2019
06:30
It took a while....but I note as per my posts 409 and 438, Eden has eventually highlighted Mevalone being granted emergency use for Kiwifruit in Italy, which as they duly note, is not an insignificant market - Eden Research plc ‏ @edenresearch June 21 Botrytis in kiwi causes post harvest rotting, arising from latent infection in sepals or after wounding at harvest. Italy is the second largest exporter of kiwifruit globally. #3logy is granted emergency use for #kiwi in Italy." hTTps://twitter.com/edenresearch?lang=en
wan
21/6/2019
10:09
And IPM coming into the main stream Narrative.
supersonico
21/6/2019
09:02
Super Above post......and?
investingisatrickygame
21/6/2019
08:37
Huge thanks to @NFUtweets members @Farmerphil1 @hanslope and @NFUSouthEast Ian Waller for flying the flag for #IPM and to the BF&G team for pulling this together. hTTps://twitter.com/emmahamer2/status/1141972709271887872 Emma Hamer@emmahamer2 Senior Plant Health Adviser at the NFU.
supersonico
19/6/2019
10:25
Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry hTTps://iupac.org/what-we-do/top-ten/ On 1 Apr 2019, IUPAC has released the results of its first search for the Top Ten Emerging Technologies in Chemistry. See release and background. This initiative started in 2019 in recognition of IUPAC’s Centenary. Its end goal is to showcase the value of Chemistry (and chemists!) and to inform the general public as to how the chemical sciences contribute to the well-being of Society and the sustainability of Planet Earth. The Top 10 Emerging Technologies in Chemistry will be selected and published each year. The 2019 Top Ten are … Nanopesticides Enantio-Selective Organocatalysis Solid-State Batteries Flow Chemistry Reactive Extrusion Metal Organic Frameworks (MFOs) Directed Evolution of Selective Enzymes Turning Plastics to Monomers Reversible Deactivation of Radical Polymerization 3D-Bioprinting ………………………………………. supersonico - 17 Apr 2019 - 13:49:49 - 6057 of 6479 Eden Research - EDEN The Sumitomo related web..News Sumitomo/ Nufarm / KNE Certis / Nanoparticle/Hollow Glucan ..Word association NANOPARTICLE, METHOD FOR PRODUCING A PESTICIDE FORMULATION, PESTICIDE FORMULATION, METHOD FOR CONTROLLING PESTS, USE OF THE NANOPARTICLE AND USE OF THE PESTICIDE FORMULATION hTTps://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&locale=en_EP&FT=D&date=20190109&CC=AR&NR=109678A1&KC=A1# The present invention describes a starch/abamectin suspension nanoparticle, uses thereof, a pesticide formulation comprising said nanoparticle, the method for producing said pesticide formulation and a method for controlling plant pests. The formulation of the present invention allows easier control over reinfestation by pests, such as, for example, mites, nematodes and/or insects in the soil, with a reduced number of applications and greater residual effect. The present invention pertains to the fields of Chemistry and Farming. …;………………….. In the current paper, we reviewed the use of nanoparticles (NPs) in crop protection, emphasizing the control of pests in the agricultural and urban environment. At the same time, we provide the framework on which the technology of NPs is based and the various categories of NPs that are currently used for pest control. Apart from the use of NPs as carriers of a broad category of active ingredients, including insecticides and pheromones, some NPs can be used successfully as insecticides alone. Moreover, several types of NPs are produced by natural resource-based substances, which make them promising ââ;‚¬Å“green� alternatives to the use of traditional pest control agents. Finally, the potentials in the use of NPs are briefly illustrated and discussed.
supersonico
19/6/2019
08:44
The last two items on the list above are key!
wan
19/6/2019
08:25
Edited and Link above rectified.
wan
19/6/2019
07:55
Interesting Report - Can we grow without PPPs? June 17, 2019 The European Parliament’s Panel for the Future of Science and Technology (STOA) has published an In-depth Analysis report and staged an accompanying workshop addressing the topic ‘Farming without plant protection products: Can we grow without using herbicides, fungicides and insecticides?’ Written by Wannes Keulemans, Dany Bylemans and Barbara De Coninck, from the Department of Biosystems at Belgium’s Catholic University of Leuven (KU Leuven), it addresses the challenge of providing food security and healthy food for 11 billion people by the end of the century. The authors examine the evolution in plant protection products (PPP), risk assessment, the contribution of PPPs to higher yields, the relationship between people and PPPs, the possibility of reducing PPP use to boost biodiversity and reduce environmental impacts, and the possible contributions of novel technologies, genetically modified organisms and resistant cultivars, and smart farming. Published in February, the report was followed by a workshop the following month. From this workshop, the authors conclude: PPPs are amongst the best studied compounds in the world. Agriculture without any PPPs will compromise food security. However, further reduction of the use of PPPs is possible. On the other hand, modern crop protection can lead to more or more frequent use of PPPs. The concern is on the potential risk of a PPP rather than on the use. The use of PPPs leads to affordable food prices, in particular important to offer lower income classes access to healthy fruits and vegetables. At the global scale conventional agriculture (IPM) has less negative impacts on environment and biodiversity than other production systems. To reduce PPPs we need to adopt and further develop novel technologies including resistant varieties, highly effective biopesticides and smart farming. Report and Workshop Presentation links - hTTp://www.endure-network.eu/about_endure/all_the_news/can_we_grow_without_ppps
wan
19/6/2019
06:53
120 Days as the Crow flies since EU Product Authorisation - Cedroz Good to see Sean Smith is still following Prof Alice Roberts even if for reasons only known to Eden they Unfollowed her on the Eden Twitter account. hTTps://twitter.com/seaninbath/following AR still in Play
supersonico
18/6/2019
21:14
Olivia Davies?
investingisatrickygame
18/6/2019
18:36
Eden Team building TBC .. Matthew Bennett Research Olivia Davies.. Marketing
supersonico
18/6/2019
15:33
Eden Research plc@edenresearch #BOTRYTIS ALERT Forecast models are predicting high risk due to wet and warm weather during flowering. #Vines require particular attention now in order to control disease. #3logy key in sustainable #fungicide programmes. #Sipcam #Mevalone #IPM #terpenes#GO-E Applying 3 Logy in flowering is an insurance that allows us not to bring in the cluster the "Mold" that matures in this phase. The forecast models confirmed that the alert alert in flowering in 2019 requires high attention. hTTp://www.sipcamitalia.it/it/fungicidi/25/3logy/X/16396
supersonico
18/6/2019
14:28
Antimicrobial Resistance Partnership Hub launched in China The University of Bath along with a consortium of partners has launched a partnership programme to reduce antibiotic resistance in China. hTTps://www.bath.ac.uk/announcements/antimicrobial-resistance-partnership-hub-launched-in-china/ Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies. Established in 2008, the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies (CSCT) brings together academic expertise from the University of Bath with international, industrial, academic and stakeholder partners to carry out research, training and outreach in sustainable chemical technologies. Our researchers are drawn from across the University of Bath, including the Departments of Biology & Biochemistry, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Electrical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Pharmacy & Pharmacology, Physics and Social & Policy Sciences. Our Centre offers 3.5-year PhD studentships in Sustainable Chemical Technologies in collaboration with our industrial partners. We continue to grow, providing excellent opportunities for research training. hTTp://www.csct.ac.uk/ hTTp://www.csct.ac.uk/partnerships/ …………………….. Metaldehyde ban court challenge News 18 Jun 2019 Marianne Curtis Defra is to be challenged in the High Court over the Defra Secretary of State, Michael Gove’s decision to announce a ban on use of metaldehyde slug pellet products on outdoor crops last December. hTTps://www.fginsight.com/news/metaldehyde-ban-court-challenge-87781
supersonico
18/6/2019
14:10
That's good. Word is getting out.
brucie5
18/6/2019
11:57
Eden Research plc@edenresearch Eden Research plc Retweeted Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub In recognition of our #innovative and #sustainable technology we have been selected as a @stbahub partner. An excellent opportunity for collaboration with one of the top UK universities @UniofBath #sustaine #mevalone #cedroz #ERDF hTTps://twitter.com/stbahub/status/1138084916602777600 hTTps://www.tbebathandsomerset.co.uk/hubs-set-to-accelerate-business-growth/
supersonico
18/6/2019
11:36
Patience, mon ami! Come back to me in early Spring 2020 and let's see. This takes time, and I'm happy to give it. We have much to look forward to, so long as the world doesn't set itself alight, or UK PLC for that matter. Though EDEN is more reliant on the world, thankfully, than the UK. - 3aey individual country permissions - TT and CAP launches - Cedroz + 3aey US EPA permissions Then concentrate on what the above is likely to be yielding on a three-five year timeline, in relation to the current market price. And multiply by whatever PE seems appropriate to a market growing at 17% CAGR. Never mind Sustaine. G3Y.
brucie5
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