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PHC Plant Health Care Plc

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Last Updated: 08:33:48
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Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Plant Health Care Plc LSE:PHC London Ordinary Share GB00B01JC540 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.00% 3.78 3.74 4.16 - 211,478 08:33:48
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pesticides, Agric Chems, Nec 11.77M -9.48M -0.0278 -1.36 12.91M
Plant Health Care Plc is listed in the Pesticides, Agric Chems sector of the London Stock Exchange with ticker PHC. The last closing price for Plant Health Care was 3.78p. Over the last year, Plant Health Care shares have traded in a share price range of 3.20p to 11.60p.

Plant Health Care currently has 341,532,952 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Plant Health Care is £12.91 million. Plant Health Care has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.36.

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16/8/2019
10:07
Iv just added close to 9p buy, I'm quite confident 9p should be gone pretty soon
ntbb
16/8/2019
08:52
Buster that makes phc even more valuable, this is ripe for m&a
ntbb
16/8/2019
08:42
"If fungus resistance to carboxamide spreads across the country, Brazil soybeans may lose as much as 30% of their output," That's because there's no substitute for carboxamide available to farmers, according to Andre Savino, for Switzerland-based Syngenta.
busterposh2
16/8/2019
08:39
And just in Brazil alone, 2.1 billion dollar

Brazil is the world's largest exporter of soybeans, with some 36 million hectares (89 million acres) planted in 2018. One of the challenges of producing soybeans in Brazil is ASR, which is a potentially devastating disease. Growers spent $2.1 billion in 2017 on soybean fungicides in Brazil.

ntbb
16/8/2019
08:30
Almost 56% of domestic fungicide spending last year was for soybeans, according to Sindiveg, a pesticide industry group that includes global producers such as Syngenta AG, Bayer AG and BASF SE.
busterposh2
16/8/2019
08:15
Quiet rerate bubbling
kaur70
16/8/2019
08:09
Even with the last rns, phc has fantastic future


Highlights:

-     Plant Health Care has signed an agreement with Wilbur-Ellis, one of the largest U.S. agriculture distributors, for distribution of Harpin aß (Employ) in the U.S.

-     Wilbur-Ellis will market Employ into the specialty crops market, which is estimated to be over 7 million acres in the U.S.

 

Wilbur-Ellis, a recognized leader in precision agriculture technology and the marketing and distribution of plant protection, seed and nutritional products in the US market, has agreed to be the exclusive distributor for Employ, containing Plant Health Care's Harpin aß technology, for applications to specialty crops (fruits and vegetables) in the U.S. Specialty crops comprise more than 7 million acres in the U.S.

 

Harpin aß works by triggering the plant's own self defense systems, in a manner similar to vaccinations in humans. The plant responds with improved vigor, healthy growth, heightened defense response and, ultimately, increased yield. Being a biological product, Harpin aß has a very favorable human and environmental safety profile.

 

Employ provides benefits for the growers of fruits and vegetables through increased yield and quality.  Employ was recognized as Best New Biological Product at the Agrow Awards in November 2018. This new agreement with Wilbur-Ellis will substantially increase the number of growers introduced to the product.

 

Jesse Rosales, Wilbur-Ellis Branded Technologies Portfolio Manager commented:

 

"The addition of Employ to our branded offerings is a meaningful step forward to becoming a distribution market leader in the biological solutions space. We are very excited about growing this product in key specialty crops regions like Washington, Oregon, Michigan and the broader Northeastern U.S."

 

ntbb
15/8/2019
18:13
On AIM, Plant Health Careclosed 51% higher after the agriculture-focused biological products maker announced it will commercialise the PHC279 plant fungal treatment product in Brazil following successful trials. Plant Health Care conducted field trials on PHC279 to establish its effectiveness in dealing with asian soybean rust, a fungal disease that negatively impacts soybean yields in Brazil. Following application of the peptide treatment - derived from natural proteins - Plant Health Care reported a 16% increase in soybean yield even in areas facing "heavy disease pressure
ntbb
15/8/2019
18:03
Phc has the solution,

Brazil is the world's largest exporter of soybeans, with some 36 million hectares (89 million acres) planted in 2018. One of the challenges of producing soybeans in Brazil is ASR, which is a potentially devastating disease. Growers spent $2.1 billion in 2017 on soybean fungicides in Brazil.

Plant Health Care's PREtec peptides stimulate the plant to defend itself. Derived from natural proteins, these proprietary peptides are a novel, environmentally friendly approach to protecting crops and increasing yields, compatible with mainstream agricultural practice.

ntbb
15/8/2019
16:57
Problem is there is no shortage of soybeans

Indeed there is likely to be a glut for some years

Pigs that eat these are getting culled by the million in various countries

African Swine Fever is wiping them out, Rabobank thinks 200 Million pigs are going to be culled in China this year alone . I think more.

No figure attached to the RNS





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buywell3
15/8/2019
16:30
Surprised this has not gone mental!
kaur70
15/8/2019
15:38
Background buying causing it to go in auction
ntbb
15/8/2019
15:28
Market slowly catching up to the significance of todays rns, I think 10p shortly
ntbb
15/8/2019
14:47
Got to pay full asking price, no ones selling!
ntbb
15/8/2019
14:19
If your a grower why wouldn't you use this product if it can:

Highlights:

- PHC279 significantly improved ASR control of foliar fungicide programmes, even in fields facing heavy disease pressure.


   -     Up to 16% increase of soybean yields when PHC279 was applied as a seed treatment.

- Up to 45% increase in the effectiveness of foliar fungicide treatments when seeds had been treated with PHC279.

- Plant Health Care is now moving to register and manufacture PHC279 for launch into soybeans in Brazil as a seed treatment for ASR control.

Brazil is the world's largest exporter of soybeans, with some 36 million hectares (89 million acres) planted in 2018. One of the challenges of producing soybeans in Brazil is ASR, which is a potentially devastating disease. Growers spent $2.1 billion in 2017 on soybean fungicides in Brazil

ntbb
15/8/2019
14:08
I think this could be a winner, current mcap is peanut, 12 million and half almost in cash, great product
ntbb
15/8/2019
11:00
From the 28th Nov PHC announcement highlights the Powerful economic benefit for growers from the very strong yield increase alone. With 89 million Acres in Brazil (as stated in todays RNS ) that's a huge potential increase in revenue for growers, 16% increase extrapolated is $80 per acre (see below) revenue increase do the numbers big. No value ascribed to this at all, until the market wakes up https://ir.q4europe.com/Solutions/PlantHealthCare2018tf/3920/newsArticle.aspx?storyid=14140687 Corn and soy are major targets for PREtec. They are grown on more than 375 million acres in North and South America. A yield increase of just 2% brings a soybean farmer in Brazil almost an additional $10 per acre; in the USA it brings a corn (maize) farmer almost $13 per acre. Plant Health Care's evaluation partners supply most of the leading corn and soy seed treatments.
busterposh2
15/8/2019
09:54
Pretec are high potential assets that have been all but written off by the market. Perhaps that conclusion was premature :)
wigwammer
15/8/2019
09:42
Great announcement
dubai123
19/7/2019
12:59
If they are like the FM's I know, they saw a p1ssy £500k position at the bottom of the holdings screen and got rid without too much thought. PHC is a decent business but will likely need more cash.
wigwammer
19/7/2019
12:47
wigwammer - Yes you may well be right - Cannot remember what price Garraway they paid - (if it was ever disclosed or they just took over the administration) and have now decided to unload - but with a 6% plus holding they should have had a good contact with PHC and possibly decided they did not like the way things were progressing -
pugugly
19/7/2019
12:37
Yes I am sure you are right.I unfortunately have a similar scenario with MLVN where the CF sale again trashed the share price.Unlike Scancell they have not recovered and may take another year to do so.
riddlerone
19/7/2019
12:32
I suspect at least part of the large sells this morning relate to the placing of the old city financial stake - garraway took on a number of their funds. Last time I saw this was in March when CF placed their Scancell stake at 3.3p which sunk the shares from 5p to around 4p. FWIW the shares are now just shy of 9p.
wigwammer
19/7/2019
12:22
Whats really weird is I did a dummy trade just before those large trades were reported and I could buy 100k at 5.1 .Now its 5.26 offer.So one MM has been sitting there with over 10m shares on their books since 27 March and only this morning they sell shed loads and come off the offer.Would love to know who bought them.
riddlerone
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