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19/8/2020
11:24
Wan, I don't personally believe that Mevalone and grapes is Eden's main thrust. That said, this string of Eden's business which is their currently may well be impacted by Covid-19. However, I think Eden would have been more affected by Covid-19 on Mevalone had they had much greater market penetration, so I would expect the impact on Eden to be less so. I agree on management in the way you have described it. Plc's are scrutinised and Eden is no exception. They might be in the shop window, but for the wrong reasons and they need a big win to change this. Hopefully, that will start with Corteva. I wouldn't personally place any consideration on Eden's half-year results because A) Mevalone typically impacts Eden in the second half of the year and B) it is not going to change the Eden narrative. Cedroz sits between these two and it would have been nice to have more regulatory approvals on this by now to have started generating a second revenue line and one that will likely be bigger than Mevalone. Hopefully, Dr Michael Carroll has some influence here to assist. So I'll go back to my original post and the assumptions I asked you to make to come up with a value in the event that Corteva proceeds to a commercial arrangement by January 2021. In those circumstances, what value would you place on Eden?
investingisatrickygame
19/8/2020
11:09
The main thrust should be obvious, grapes are a key market for Eden! It is now clear that many vineyards and wine markets have been heavily impacted, and given the level of uncertainty at the time Eden last reported, it's not exactly difficult to understand there is likely to have been some commercial impact in what is still Eden's key market. Btw, management is another focus, and their routine misses on commentary and guidance! Investors have not got long to find out though, as the Half Year Results were reported mid September last year.
wan
19/8/2020
10:20
Wan, In the interest of balance, your sole focus seems to be grapes and Mevalone, yet Eden's immediate focus, as you well know, is more broad than that. What is your response to my post 1070?
investingisatrickygame
19/8/2020
10:15
Direction of travel news.. Biopesticide company Certis USA appoints Amy O’Shea as new CEO “It is a truly exciting time to be leading the rising tide of biological solutions for conventional and organic growers in both domestic and international markets,” she said. “I am looking forward to being at the forefront of guiding the Certis team in its delivery of manufacturing expertise, portfolio expansion and innovative solutions that growers demand for their success.” “Amy’s dynamic and thoughtful leadership style is indicative of the increased energy found in the biologicals space today,” said Mike Allan, Certis Vice-President North America. “I believe that under her leadership we will continue the company’s momentum and growth in biopesticides world-wide.” hTTps://biomarketinsights.com/people-moves/
supersonico
18/8/2020
19:00
I think Eden have a unique technology/IP blend that addresses Big Ag's toxicological , resistance, regulatory phase out and microplastic issues, so yes I can envisage a degree of cosiness which is enhanced by antitrust rules in a highly concentrated and incestuous market place.
supersonico
18/8/2020
18:36
So everyone is cosying up to Eden?
chrischas
18/8/2020
16:56
Erinvale, Put another way, Corteva Boys Corteva
supersonico
18/8/2020
15:26
Misinterpretation. Read my post 8012 again (properly)and you will see that I’m not claiming anything there. Let me go back to work now. Coffee time...
sortudo7
18/8/2020
14:12
I notice that Eden's share price has declined over 9% recently - BP 7.15p on 10 July, 6.50p now. Sales, boys, sales. That or a takeover is the only way out of terminal decline.
erinvale
18/8/2020
12:01
Well I grant you they might have a coffee together at the local ...Starbucks...anythings possible.. So much Shelock, smoke & mirrors, mystic meg, imaginings sometimes...I think trying to keep things real here might be more helpful....just saying..
33mick
18/8/2020
11:33
Eden has just acquired its office/lab at Milton Pk and Corteva has an office over there as well. Both companies can liaise/share info, IP, etc at MP. Sometimes 5+5=10 ;)
sortudo7
17/8/2020
15:39
They do actually have an office there, Sometimes 2+2 does = 4 Corteva Agriscience 3B Park Square Milton Park Abingdon Oxfordshire OX14 4RN 01235 437920 hxxps://www.corteva.co.uk/
33mick
17/8/2020
12:09
Very interesting Corteva job advert at Milton Park, Super. Thanks for the link.
sortudo7
16/8/2020
09:46
Interesting Uk role.. perhaps even more relevant for those on science parks with labs. hTTps://careers.corteva.com/ShowJob/JobId/441973/Global-Ecotoxicology-Expert
supersonico
14/8/2020
06:19
Re INCOTEC, Since Eden are collecting Plant Health Care employees it's worth considering the contacts and relationships they bring to the party. hTTps://www.aimlisting.co.uk/plant-health-care-announces-licensing-deal-with-incotec/
supersonico
13/8/2020
19:04
Chrischas, The 'evaluation' has already happened imo. The summer fantasy is that Eden would risk reputational damage by announcing something widely publicised with a very large player. Eden's other recent PR has also concentrated on Microplastics....eg Unmentionables reference to ..SustainE as a 'consolidator'. It would also be unprecedented. One should also bear in mind that Eden's Patent YEAST CELL WALL PARTICLE ENCAPSULATION OF BIODEGRADABLE PRO-PAYLOADS was presented at TechConnect World 2019 under the banner..Materials for Personal/Home Care & Cosmetics chaired by Yuanqiao Rao of Dow Chemicals... The Corteva 'evaluation' is not happening in isolation. One might even suggest it's happening in 'Parallel' hTTps://briefs.techconnect.org/wp-content/volumes/TCB2019/pdf/354.pdf See post 7722 for more background.
supersonico
13/8/2020
18:41
Edens’ deal is only an evaluation; if you can call that a deal.All the rest is Supposition and summer fantasy. Incotec seem to be forging ahead.I guess the board is busy spending their salaries.Perhaps it’s too hot working.
chrischas
13/8/2020
13:11
supersonico - 21 May 2020 - 22:33:51 - 7738 of 8007 Eden Research - EDEN It's interesting to consider how potentially the relationship with Dow can grow into a collaboration with multiple players such as UPL/Arysta LifeScience etal due to the way regulators agree to split the various potential monopolistic positions that mergers create. The article below makes reference to one such arrangement; CARY, N.C. and JOHNSTON, IOWA (7 November 2017) – Arysta LifeScience, a Platform Specialty Products Company (NYSE:PAH), recently announced that it has initiated a long-term global strategic collaboration with DuPont. Arysta LifeScience will supply to DuPont Crop Protection, a business unit of DowDuPont Agriculture Division, an innovative fungicide technology with an initial focus on corn and soybean seed applied products. Concurrently, DuPont will acquire rights to register, develop and commercialize seed applied products through its seed brands, to third-party seed companies, and ag retailers globally, that include Arysta LifeScience technology. Both companies intend to extend the collaboration to the development of additional products for other crops. DuPont intends to develop, register, brand, and market proprietary product combinations with this fungicide technology. These new products are expected to include a systemic fungicide that would control both soil- and seed-borne diseases-including Fusarium, Rhizoctonia, smuts, bunts and seed rots. “Arysta LifeScience’s fungicide technology for seed treatment is the result of a long-term R&D effort in formulation, biology and application development,â€� said Paula Pinto, vice president, Global Portfolio Management, Arysta LifeScience. “We are excited to partner with DuPont in the development of new seed treatment solutions.â€5533; “This long-term partnership supports our strategy of collaborations that incorporate best-in-class technologies into our portfolio for grower benefits,â€A533; said Mick Messman, director - Global Seed Applied Technologies, DuPont. “We believe fungicidal seed treatments have become an essential tool for managing disease in crops such as corn and soybeans, and we expect this deal to allow us to create and offer growers even more effective seed treatment solutions.â€5533; hTTps://www.corteva.com/resources/media-center/pioneer-hi-bred---news-releases18.html Add in the industry players to this picture and one can wild guess that a Corteva deal where 2017 deals with Arysta / UPL and Sumitomo/ Nufarm potentially means Eden's Seed deal could involve at least 50% of the Key players. Bayer Syngenta BASF DowDupont Nufarm FMC Arysta Lifescience Sumitomo Chemical UPL Incotec Germains …. Incotec MICROPLASTICS IN SEED TREATMENT There is growing global concern on the topic of microplastics in seed treatment, with countless publications in both the scientific community and general press. Although seed treatment accounts for only a small fraction of microplastics in the environment, our industry will have to play its part in reducing the environmental impact of microplastics. At Incotec we are prepared. We have made it our mission to supply customers with the most sustainable solutions, not because of changing legislation, but because we are committed to helping feed a growing population in the most sustainable way and with minimal environmental impact. That is why we have been working on microplastic-free coatings and the first of these new coatings will soon be available. hTTps://www.incotec.com/en-gb/about-us/microplastic-free-seed-coatings hTTps://seedmeetstechnology.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/08/Presentation-Rob-Pronk.pdf Incotec: Microplastic-Free Solutions Are Here to Stay Microplastic-free film coatings will be launched in the second half of this year. Moving forward, Incotec has prepared series of new products for sunflower, corn and vegetables seeds that are microplastic-free. These new and innovative products address all the most important aspects of conventional seed treatment, making sure that all the features of advanced seed treatment have not been lost. Microplastic-free film coatings will be launched in the second half of this year. Incotec will make sure that its full portfolio is microplastic-free and sustainable to the max, which is the direction of Mission Zero. hTTp://news.agropages.com/News/NewsDetail---35149.htm .................................. Added 13/08/2020 Costas Papadopoulos Field Crops Account manager / Greece and Black Sea Area at Incotec hTTps://www.linkedin.com/in/costas-papadopoulos-15a57416/?miniProfileUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniProfile%3AACoAAANJbtYBGUDype1x4onpnfy4PvKtKtf2iPc hTTps://www.incotec.com/en-gb Rob Pronk on microplastic-free coatings hTTps://www.incotec.com/en-gb/news/2020/08/rob-pronk--on-microplasic-free-coatings
supersonico
12/8/2020
17:11
Do you think there is anyone working at Eden?? Probably away for August ... they have earned it....
bjlk
10/8/2020
17:25
Ok Spec59 & Sup thanks, we could do with a bit of Motivational news. Hopefully soon
33mick
10/8/2020
17:06
33Mick, I know what you mean but commercially there are way bigger markets that I'd rather Eden concentrate on. In any case Eden are bound to be directed by their partners Corteva / Dow / Bayer /UPL/ BASF /Eastman / Sumitomo etal.
supersonico
10/8/2020
11:47
They haven't - at least hadn't when I asked about it for Mevalone - been applied for for in the UK. This was all down to the systems of the EU which mean that you have to apply to each independent group of countries within the EU. From memory we are in the Northern Group and not to many grapes are grown there. I assume that there are similarities for other products (so blame the EU Process LOL).
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