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PHC Plant Health Care Plc

3.73
0.00 (0.00%)
Last Updated: 08:00:11
Delayed by 15 minutes
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% 3.73 3.64 3.98 - 101,405 08:00:11
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pesticides, Agric Chems, Nec 11.77M -9.48M -0.0278 -1.34 12.74M
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 3.73p. Over the last year, Plant Health Care shares have traded in a share price range of 3.20p to 12.00p.

Plant Health Care currently has 341,532,952 shares in issue. The market capitalisation of Plant Health Care is £12.74 million. Plant Health Care has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.34.

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DateSubjectAuthorDiscuss
13/7/2022
21:37
Cheers P4Boy
Interesting that they released this before the interims (only 2 weeks away). Essentially what they're saying is that the company is on a positive growth track and to ignore the crazy markets.
Reckon most investors know that and are holding for the long game, but it a good bit of PR to give investors a boost. Well done JT.

pretax2
08/7/2022
06:21
Nice to see a bounce off a support line. It been a long slide down, but I know for a fact that some great companies who are making truckloads of cash have also slid back (e.g. i3e). That’s the broader market recession jitters for you.
Roll on PHC interims this month.

pretax2
07/7/2022
21:17
Who knows, makes the time, doesn't expect it to happen!The 2023 crop is already underway in this great producer of Goias. No matter the variety of sugarcane, H2COPLA is ensuring the full development of the plant in the pursuit of best productivity.In April, H2COPLA was applied to the planting groove. We can already check the differences in appearance in the two varieties, RB 86 1816 and RB 96 6928.In the areas with H2COPLA we have more complete and closed streets, with better health and vigor plants, unlike what we see in the witness areas (Producer Standard).With Anderson Rovari and Dennys Micky Martins Lima, CTV of @coplacana - Pride of Agro, branch of Jataí, Goiás.H2COPLA can be applied to the seedling nursery, in the planting groove, in the cutting of the base, in the initial foliar or in pre-harvest. Always bringing excellent return on investment!@plant_phcbrasil FOLLOWS #BREAKINGTHEPRODUCTIVITY BARRIERS WITH H2COPLA, THE GREATEST ALLY OF THOSE WHO PRODUCES!#agro #agronegócio #harpin #H2COPLA #sustentabilidade #bioinsumos
oapknob1
07/7/2022
21:15
Brasil.First sales of H2COPLA at Citrus Culture in São Paulo!It is with great satisfaction that we announce the first sales of H2COPLA for the culture of Citrus, under the guidance of our DM Jhonatan Henrique and his colleague Alex Bazzo, CTV of @ Coplacana - Pride of Agro, Iracemápolis branch.Harpin Protein (H2COPLA) brings various benefits to Citrus culture: improves root and vegetative development of the plant, homogeneity of flowering, and adhesion of flowers and fruits. Thus, it enables the plant to produce larger fruits, with higher concentration of sugars, as well as increasing fruit retention in the tree in pre-harvest and the durability of the fruits in post-harvest, representing increased productivity.A great challenge! These early customers have a very high expectation with respect to the product's benefits over Greening, or Huanglongbing (HLB), which is known, one of the most feared illnesses among citrus growers worldwide. Caused by the bacteria Candidatus liberibacter spp, it causes branch feces, dryness and death. The fruits show irregular ripening, reduction in size, deformation and intense fall.We all want to see the benefits that the application will bring by reducing the impact that Greening has brought on Paulist citrus farming. Let's keep it up!If you're also a citrus producer, try H2COPLA and feel the increased productivity in your orchard. The first application of the cycle occurs after harvest, in pre-blooming.Contact the @coplacana branch - Agro Pride closest to you for more information.H2COPLA, the ultimate ally of the producer!It's @Plant Health Care Brazil #breakingproductivitybarriers in Citrus culture#agro #agronegócio #phc #harpin #h2copla #citrus #greening #bioinsumos #sustentabilidade
oapknob1
28/6/2022
08:08
You believe it ?
oapknob1
22/6/2022
20:16
There a write up on LSE from a poster called BOTs.
pretax2
22/6/2022
13:19
Anyone make the AGM??
I did not what with the tube strikes and I had a couple of webinars.
I see about 60pc voter turnout which is high for an AIM company but what I would expect given their shareholder base.
Heaven knows why 23pc voted against the AR and accounts

cerrito
16/6/2022
21:36
Just love those largeish trades being reported well after the close.
Why not report them on time?

pretax2
10/6/2022
06:18
Half year trading update last year was 26th July.
oapknob1
01/6/2022
14:28
There's your answer OAPK. Dr Richards buys back.
True to his word - I like that.

pretax2
29/5/2022
16:33
https://www.bio.org/gooddaybio-archive/good-day-bio-bill-would-boost-plant-biostimulantsBipartisan bill would boost plant biostimulantsBIO applauds the legislation, which would provide a "clear pathway to the marketplace" for plant biostimulant products.What are plant biostimulants? They're substances or microorganisms that, when applied to seeds, plants, or the soil around the roots, enhance nutrient uptake and efficiency, tolerance to heat or drought, crop quality, and/or yield-like Joyn Bio's microbes. And make agriculture more sustainable, too. The Plant Biostimulant Act, introduced Friday by U.S. Reps. Jimmy Panetta (D-CA) and Jim Baird (R-IN), "would create a uniform process for approving commercial plant biostimulant use and require more federal research on the technology's benefits for soil health," per the press release."This legislation will help give full federal recognition of plant biostimulants, and provide a clear pathway to the marketplace for the technology, which is an invaluable new category of agricultural inputs that will improve soil health, water quality, and the overall growth of plants," said Sarah Gallo, BIO's VP for Agriculture and Environment.BIO's long supported this technology-including in the 2018 Farm Bill, when BIO joined a coalition letter explaining the need for regulatory clarity.BIO's take: "Cutting-edge, innovative technologies such as plant biostimulant products will be critical to sustainably increasing food production to mitigate food price inflation and enhance agriculture's resiliency to the stresses of climate change," said BIO's Sarah Gallo.The context: A drought is now covering the western half of the U.S., including grain production areas of the upper Plains and Southwest-and food prices are rising worldwide. Now more than ever, we need technology like biostimulants to mitigate the impact of climate change and geopolitical challenges on the food supply.
oapknob1
27/5/2022
22:37
Has Dr Richards had his shares bought back after the clerical error sale ?
oapknob1
25/5/2022
17:23
Spreadex buying now.
In, out, in, out.
Not compalining, up 6%

pretax2
23/5/2022
06:51
PHC's revenue from sales of Saori to Nutrien is expected to exceed US$750k in the first half of 2022, growing to more than US$5m by 2025.-- Nutrien expects to treat approximately 150,000 hectares of soybeans in 2022, expanding to more than one million hectares by 2025.-- The Total Addressable Market for Saori in Brazil in 2022 is estimated at 40 million hectares of soybean fields.-- Saori-treated fields were healthier and more robust, with lower incidence of disease compared to untreated fields.
oapknob1
16/5/2022
08:48
The next launch will be PHC279 in the USA; we anticipate regulatory approval in the second half of 2022 and are making detailed plans with our partner Wilbur-Ellis to launch before the end of the year. We have submitted PHC949 for registration in the USA and anticipate that this will be launched in 2023,
oapknob1
16/5/2022
07:55
pretax - they are positive in the commercial business - only (nice spin and use of words - definition of the word commercial business is not an accounting term I think) - not as a whole - eg old harpin as the main driver. and I do not know how much impact did destocking have on the profitability...

growth rate is at cca 30 %

total loss is (at the end of it all) huge to my standards - regarding the size of the operation.

growers are adopting the product - but is is on "experimental" basis - one has to get used to the huge land numbers in agriculture. few 10o k ha is not a lot for the real impact on the business

each product costs from 3 -10 mio to gain full traction and is throwing off cash - but with each sequential product costing less and less

that is in general how I do see things - might be wrong

kaos3
16/5/2022
07:27
Spreadex cleared out?
oapknob1
16/5/2022
07:15
Kaos
Did you see the presentation?
Revenues are up, this year the company’s become profitable. Growers are clearly adopting the products. Furthermore after years of development, requiring investor input, the company can now move forwards without investment money growing organically for the first time. Yes, growth will start slowly, but this is the time to buy if you want to get in at a good share price in my opinion.
The rest require a little patience.
I have time, others don’t. We’re not all the same us investors.

pretax2
16/5/2022
06:26
growers (farmers) tend to be extremely conservative and even when things work well it takes years to fully adopt the product into the regular use

growers are bombarded with the next big thing - and they all promise to improve growth by x %. poor farmers who must make a choice each year several times at each production turn.

so by using all the next wonder products - where does he get lol - it is a jungle and for a product to become standard is a looong process at very low probability - even if it is performing as on the label

imho - it would be very good it "bio plant vaccine" would be an obligatory product if used for BIO certification of the end product .....

kaos3
16/5/2022
06:13
You are entitled to your opinion.good luck elsewhere.
pretax2
16/5/2022
05:58
I'm with Ceritto here, this is currently univestable. Clear as mud and obviously intentionally so!
my retirement fund
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