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23/9/2020
10:27
That was an interesting link to mildew.I am learning Spanish and could read it read without having to refer your prĂ©cis in English !!! On a more serious note though it begs quite a few questions. Given Sipcams presentation of Araw :was there any increased uptake of Araw prior to the widespread development of localised mildew ?I would wonder if there was much feedback either way from Sipcam /Eden. Given these approvals for Cedroz there must be some case for employing a European speaking ( Spanish/ Italian) agro biochemist for driving sales and upfront promotion now.Rather than playing 3-5 yrs catch up as was the case with the lab. It is patently obvious that the 2 main men are not enough to drive this company so they should reign in their emoluments ,pay more competent staff to get out on the ground.Their emoluments should be rewarded better by a rewarding results based enumeration committee. Are they going to keep missing the boat? The company has to be more strategic,and forward thinking.They have to be SEEN to be more dynamic,and on the ground rather than in their new ivory tower. It’s obvious that next year if their is a hint of rain in Catalonia there will be a lot more preventative spraying.But this could equally apply in any geographical region.Eden needs to have someone reacting to this and to other future developments which they keep promising are just about to break out of the pipeline.
chrischas
23/9/2020
07:02
The paradox of Chhattisgarh’s summer paddy: high-yielding but water-intensive hTTps://india.mongabay.com/2020/09/summer-paddy-is-a-new-trend-in-cg/ .......................... YEAST CELL WALL PARTICLE ENCAPSULATION OF BIODEGRADABLE PRO-PAYLOADS 'Granules are a convenient application form for producers with small allotments such as paddy rice farmers, or for growers of turf where spays are complicated by the needs of near neighbors sensitive to drift or odor or for broad acre farmers who wish to apply fertilizers and herbicides together and who do not have convenient access to water. The granules may be used in flooded paddies, recently irrigated turf, or in areas where it is inconvenient or impossible to remove irrigation water. The granules allow small holders the means to apply crop protection chemicals without expensive equipment, and without risk of exposing airways or eyes to aerosols or spray materials. Granules can be easily measured and distributed by hand. Using granules that are designed for uniform dispersal is advantageous because this compensates for uneven application'. hTTps://worldwide.espacenet.com/publicationDetails/biblio?II=0&ND=3&adjacent=true&locale=en_EP&FT=D&date=20190919&CC=WO&NR=2019178443A1&KC=A1#
supersonico
22/9/2020
19:16
33Mick, What you could assume from my posts is that I am pulling together threads of Eden's talk of 'Sustaine with third party active ingredients' (15 September 2020) and the two Rice consultants mentioned in 7722, along with the Payload Patent which refers to Paddy Fields and is 'focussed on the further development of this technology with the objective of creating a next-generation encapsulation system to help us solve a broader set of challenges for our partners'. One of those Partners I'm assuming is Corteva who have a collaboration seed deal with Sumitomo inked in 2017, 3-4 years after Eden started working with Sumitomo related Sipcam and SumiAgro and later Valent Bioscience. My mention of Rinskor pulls a Corteva Rice focused product into the mix who's green profile may be further enhanced by SustainE. Some less generous souls may call my research 'over enthusiastic wishfull mystic meg crystal ball rubbing' but at least it's anchored in a lot of fully referenced research. OH and I nearly forgot ....this fella... one of Corteva's 20000 employees.. not a wish full mystic meg.. just out of the blue.. randomly liked Eden's recent RNS linkedin post; Siya Yadav Demand Generation Lead-Chhattisgarh at Corteva Raipur, Chattisgarh, India. hTTps://www.linkedin.com/in/siya-yadav-1114234b/?miniProfileUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniProfile%3AACoAAAqQFt0Bpn-DQ7gO2MyFXnsKiRCOfIhKySw Chhattisgarh: The Rice Bowl of India – Chhattisgarh is known as the ‘Rice Bowl of India’. It is the ‘State Known as The Rice Bowl’ in India. It is an answer and a beautiful description for the questions, 1. Which state is called the rice bowl of India? 2. Cropping pattern of Chhattisgarh 3. Why Chhattisgarh is called and known as the rice bowl of India ? hTTps://www.shasyadhara.com/rice-bowl-of-india/ IMO..It's not a question of IF Unmentionable mentions RICE in an RNS it's a matter of WHEN. AWGATWT
supersonico
22/9/2020
14:16
super...just to be clear as I know you more than anyone would hate to have posters on here mislead or confused by unintended over enthusiastic wishfull mystic meg crystal ball rubbing..... Rinskor™ is a new weed control solution that helps you grow a better crop to be more profitable from Corteva's web site.. "In 2018, Rinskor™ won Green Chemistry Challenge Award presented by the American Chemical Society's Green Chemistry Institute and collected the AGROW Award for the best new crop protection product" So a Corteva "solely" developed herbicide product...maybe? In development from when..2015, 2014? Surely you're not implying this has any link to Edens SustaineE tech? I grant you they used the word " Sustainable"...but it's a Word..
33mick
21/9/2020
17:42
That’s good to know super. Fingers crossed one last time. Cheers Ip.
ipeesquint
21/9/2020
12:03
It's all Jam tomorrow until the behemoths start to talk about it in their PR/Videos and imo Corteva are doing just that.
supersonico
21/9/2020
10:54
Yes Sean must be thumbing through his rolladexer of excuses worriedly trying to tick off all the ones he has used in the past 5 years to explain why so much promise and so little management delivery of anything approaching revenue or profit etc...Let’s not forget such classics as too hot, too cold, too wet, not wet enough, too humid not humid enough, can’t hurry the seasons, regulators understaffed, NDAs and a whole raft of other truly award winning excuses. The new lab should help. All those PHDs and lab costs with new biro pens to hand out. That should explain to the dim witted PI’s why we are getting through recent cash which diluted everyone by about 40%. I wonder how long it will take to pay back for what that is costing. Given that wine and champagne makers seem to have oceans of product sitting about I am not expecting more than a pile of pennies from the various ventures that are running just now by Eden. Most likely there will be Covid excuses to rely on or brexit or the moon being full perhaps. I think someone said if Eden found oil under the lab Sean would extract it with a coffee cup. I had thought thimble on a piece of thin thread but it did make me laugh and summed up Eden perfectly. Still you can’t ignore that the worlds great and good in agriscience are involved with Eden. Will they just walk away or will they take it so far then start a bidding war to buy it outright rather than pay millions in royalties. Who knows. I held some hope that each element could be sold out depending what the company wanted or their crop need was. I think sale for Eden with its IP is the best course. It has never sat well as a listed company and the lack of anything approaching care of private shareholders has been evident from any of the management groups that have run Eden over many years. I am curious what will happen with Corteva and the 40 million Euros. For me the Last roll of the dice. If they can make that happen then maybe it will work. If not I am out. Too many other opportunities to consider and 13 years is all the patience I can muster. If nothing else my teeth nashing is giving me a David Coultard like jaw. Even if corteva comes off I am sure the Sean rolladexer will be wheeled out and there will be more delay such as trials to do then more formulations then regulatory approvals and a raft of other excuses why it can’t quite happen now...... it will always be soon. But next year ....never now. Re the nematocide vydate was the big boy at the time I looked at it. That was in 2012 and they had sales of £87,000,000. Eden trialled their nematocide against it and it did very well and in some cases better than vydate. The slow release was key here. It could breakdowns and release the payload at the exact moment the nematocides came out and wipe them out. The market is huge for this and with 29 countries and if it is replacing an existing product ie a full setup of ready made customers then it could be life to Eden. But oh those excuses may well get in the way again. Time will tell. The ultimate jam tomorrow share. Good luck all and see you in the funny papers if it all comes off. Ip.
ipeesquint
21/9/2020
08:35
Corteva... Rice...Rinskor...SustainE ????????????? hTTps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDtaTupjBWA&list=PLJH446RiTipYDhPj583J8YMYra9_xe4p0&index=23 2017 Eden Reset UMMS commercial terms. Sean Smith, Chief Executive of Eden, said: "We are pleased to announce the re-setting of some of the key commercial terms of our licence agreement with UMMS. We believe that the new terms reflect both the long term potential of our next-generation encapsulation technology whilst also reflecting the current stage of technology development. We look forward to the ongoing collaboration with UMMS which is, in part, focussed on the further development of this technology with the objective of creating a next-generation encapsulation system to help us solve a broader set of challenges for our partners." hTTps://polaris.brighterir.com/public/eden_research/news/rns/story/x2oyonr
supersonico
21/9/2020
06:25
Interim Results Due Who cares what those numbers are. We know Eden has been bringing people and premises on stream and we know that Covid-19 has negatively affected most businesses around the world. These interim numbers for Eden will not be material to the investment case that sits before us right now. However, it is relevant that Sean and Lykele give a strong and positive forward statement to reflect what is going on with Eden currently. Super just listed a number of things. Eden has said that insecticide(s) is/are well advanced and absolute clarity should be given around TT (just to put it to bed) and Bayer Animal Health which still resides on the Eden website. Beyond this, real imminent prospects should be highlighted with a focus on achievable value in the near-term so that 'jam tomorrow' does not get levelled at Eden yet again.
investingisatrickygame
21/9/2020
06:17
hillofwad "Millions of £s worth of investment injected to garner approvals . Waxed lyrical about the size of the market and the sales opportunities." I'll grant you that and that is immensely frustrating. Eden should stick to their market opportunities rather than total global numbers which, in my opinion, are simply irrelevant at this stage of the commercial being. And yes, a lot of money and time will have been spent to get to the approval stage and so Eden does need to understand why sales have been slower than expected and put that right. However, the Corteva opportunity as RNS'd is the immediate visible gamechanger and whilst Cedroz and Mevalone should provide over the years, plenty of operational income with profit, Corteva is going to, hopeully, blow them out of the water.
investingisatrickygame
21/9/2020
05:07
Hillowad, Do you mean snapped up like ARM were snapped up by Softbank? That took a while and if you believe poor Mevalone uptake due to a bad year for conventional vineyards is a significant issue for EDEN then you really do need to pay more attention. Or..restart our junior neighbouring quiet dead thread where Mevalone and fears about French Organic status are/were considered serious topics of discussion.
supersonico
21/9/2020
04:33
Wine "Seriously, is that all some of you can focus on." Unfortunately the stark reality is Mevalone is small change whilst investors have expected a wedge of notes . Priceless for years on end investors have been bombarded with RNS excitedly announcing the next product approval as the globe has opened up .Millions of £s worth of investment injected to garner approvals . Waxed lyrical about the size of the market and the sales opportunities .It hasn't happened Today there is an article in the Times announcing the rapid growth of UK home produced wine . I wonder how that will translate for Eden? If the potential sales market is so huge for the other products why haven'they been snapped up by one of the big boys .not normally known for being slow in coming forward
hillofwad
20/9/2020
13:57
Wine, wine, wine. Seriously, is that all some of you can focus on. Eden is far more than that and the Corteva deal will make Mevalone look like small change. People should be investing now in anticipation of Corteva, That's the immediate and known share price opportunity.
investingisatrickygame
20/9/2020
10:59
With all the other problems facing wine growers unlikely to be loading up on Eden's product. Probably got last season's stock available to use if required . Environmentally friendly jam tomorrow
hillofwad
19/9/2020
22:00
Super, There is plenty on your list that could reasonably be announced this calendar year. Stock markets are buoyant; sustainability, plastics-free and organic are all green flags for investment, are all attributes that Eden posses and the market is still not picking up on and investing in Eden. Cue Chrischas :) In all seriousness though, Eden's management needs to be more effusive, more exuberant, more specific and more clear about the investment proposition that is Eden. There are plenty of ways to do this without ruining existing and potential commercial arrangements, without breaking NDA's. The Investment Case: hxxps://www.edenresearch.com/investors/investment_case.aspx No update implemented for organic status, microplastics free and supported by Sipcam, supported by Eastman Chemicals. These are serious companies, aren't they?! Hopefully we add Corteva shortly. The investment case on Eden's website doesn't detail why Eden, but talks about a general landscape. I suspect the number of people on the share register that have a good understanding of Eden and a strong faith in Eden is limited and it is this understanding and faith that needs to be deepened. Apparently, there is still a product pipeline for Bayer Animal Health and of course Terpene Tech, but updates on both are less than scarce and in my opinion, if they are to stay on the website as is, then Eden should give a more comprehensive current status of where we are, where we're going and an indication of timeframe too. They can't stay static on the Eden website year after year giving an impression of possibility and not provide more detailed information when year after year, nothing has happened.
investingisatrickygame
19/9/2020
09:38
Expectation update Great Cedroz promo and rapid approval progress. The other regions announced in the Corteva/Sumitomo Seed Treatment licencing process. TT could announce who their partnered with likely a global player and how the other TT/Eden partnership products will benefit from deals. CAP and TT formulation outcome tweak could open doors that up until now were pipeline blockages... Or we may see new CAP details.. We may see Mars or SC Johnson announcement or the like come in from left field. Global Insecticide announcement. Glyphoste phase out related news We may even find the Molluscicide anything's possible. (Found) Additions. Bayer Crop science related announcement . Eastman/ Eden further announcement not Cedroz related. Rice related news. (added 14/5/2020) Molluscicide news (added 19/9/20)
supersonico
19/9/2020
08:35
Around the world, the 2020 wine harvest may be most troubled ever - Moneyweb hTTps://www.moneyweb.co.za/news/international/around-the-world-the-2020-wine-harvest-may-be-most-troubled-ever/ A couple of mention's of grape harvest loss to mildew in Bordeaux and Spain..
33mick
17/9/2020
18:30
Paolo Bravini Formulation Scientist at Eden Research plc hTTps://www.linkedin.com/in/paolobravini/?miniProfileUrn=urn%3Ali%3Afs_miniProfile%3AACoAAAN6E34BJxB89A1Oi1KuRACYRQuqYFJ0xDs
supersonico
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