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PHC Plant Health Care Plc

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06 Dec 2023 - Closed
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 0.0% 3.68 3.60 3.68 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover Profit EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap
Pesticides, Agric Chems, Nec 11.77M -9.48M -0.0278 -1.32 12.57M

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Tweet-Our Director for the EMEAA region, Ángel Marín, has been on tour with the Plant Health Care subsidiary in Mexico.4 States.5 thousand km12 cropsAccess to 20 thousand hectares.6 days1 technology...and a whole Team support the success achieved by: ProAct and Messenger Gold.
I emailed JT about delays to the US license. There has been slippage if you check back, but nothing PHC can control. According to Jeff, covid has been the delaying factor. I assume they have a backlog to deal with. Once we get EPA approval, we need to apply to individual states taking 60 days. Jeff still confident on EPA in Q4 this year though.

OAP, it seems we search for whispers in the same place.

Concerning results, things remain on track despite the global headwinds. I’d say the US licenses and a move into profitability will light a fire under the shareprice. If you’re in now then you’re in nice and early before any major moves north. Just have to sit on your hands and ride the volatility.

Coplacana co-op have their Coplacampo 2023 coming up 27/2/23 - 02/03/2023 and use the event to bring together the best agribusiness companies and presents rural producers with the greatest news in services, products and technologies.Harpin and Saori are being pushed in Brazil. As more and more members have success with PHC products then uptake in use should increase. The sugar cane crop is of real importance to Brazil's Bio-energy market. Those 2 products will be the initial drivers of revenue growth IMO. If Uruguay and Argentinian markets follow like Brazil then PHC could achieve their goals. "Welcome to the largest event held by COPLACANA and exclusively focused on cooperativemembers and rural producers. Are you prepared to learn about the newest in services, products and technologies?"
Also I do not get FX loses on the loan of 3 mil ..... quite a future risk, do they think about how to avoid it in the future ?

FX fluctuations up to 20 % ... (loss) - so - by the amount of the loans outstanding I do not get it - 3 million

We congratulate @@coplacana - Pride of Agro for the reinauguration of the stores of the Quirinópolis and Jataí branches, Goiás!And @plant_phcbrasil, partner of @coplacana - Agro Pride, attending to contribute to the success of the harvest of the cooperatives, with H2COPLA, the greatest ally of producers.With @anderson.rovari from PHC Brazil, Edson Garcia Da Silveira Junior, Manager of the Quirinópolis branch, and Julio Savio Ximenes and the CTV Luan Honorato of the Jataí branch.
3 days ago- Our web page is live!PHC Brazil launches, today, its own web page to inform, enlighten, present and offer access to all our revolutionary biologically natural solutions in the service of active, healthy and sustainable agriculture for you to always follow #breakingbarriers to productivity.A true hub of disruptive technologies that comes to strengthen our mission to bring the best technology to Brazilian agribusiness. Plus, an investor page with real-time quotes of our stock on the London Stock Exchange.Everything to enable increased productivity, generating greater profitability with responsibility and respect for the soil and the environment.
Had a quick canter through the results and nothing really noteworthy for me.
There seems to be some slippage with US approval for PHC 279.
Especially in the current environment, I looked at the cash and the Going Concern statement and noted the comment that they should have enough cash to see them through.
I saw the increase in inventories, which is not surprising, and for some reason receivables went down.
Great with so much else going on, all here going to plan.

thank you for the fair assesment

I just wonder if, when and how much...

you know what I mean

If you go back a few posts you’ll see there’s a presentation tonight. The 30m figure is a broad corporate goal for end of year 2025. Chris Richards was asked for detail on this before on a conference call, but said He couldn’t give this because it would considered a forecast and broker’s wouldn’t be happy.
great - they say:

- 30 m revenue in
- which products will deliver it
- what distributors and what markets

they do not say how they are going to finance the growth and research (how much is needed and where the will get it).... can one explain it to me please


They will learn.
Early harvests with lower yields in multiple crops resorted in Europe, including grape, apple and potato.
Should have used ProAct.

"This morning there have been many farmers, members of the Granada La Palma Cooperative in Carchuna, who have acquired ProAct®aa for its recognized benefits and that represent an increase in profitability."
Follow-up from the meeting, a small note on PHC (Brazil) LinkedIn

Rich and productive week for Plant Health Care Brasil. Our Director of South America, Rodrigo Egéa de Miranda, was gathered in the United States as Global Executives and Regional Business Directors for a Global Meeting of Company Strategic Alignment.
Together with Ángel Marín, from Plant Health Care Europe and Steve Vining, from North America, PHC Brazil discussed paths and forecasts for the next 5 years of the company, contemplating or forecasting growth opportunities in the three main operating regions. Forum intense and immersive days that will soon bring surprising news for the Brazilian agrobusiness to continue

Plant Health Care has held its annual strategic meeting in the US, where our Director for the EMEAA region, Ángel Marín, has presented the business plan for the next 5 years. In the photo, members of the Executive Committee and Directors of the commercial regions.
Late reported quarter million buy.
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Block seller can't help themselves
Looking healthier,penny starting to drop?
Depends if previous TR1 sellers begin selling again.
Nice bullish jump this week. If it keeps up tomorrow I might even be in profit.
Something up in the background or is this usual upsey-daisy?

Importance of Sugar CaneToday The boss in Brazil knows the importance of PHC's Saori and Harpin for Brazil's sugar cane crop and the importance of sugar cane for Brazil's BioEnergy Industry/Green Fuel Industry.PHC still under the radar. Brazil could be huge, but it's not just Brazil and South America. USA coming, EUROPE, Worldwide applications.
Grupo Idea online article Power generation with sugarcane bagasse grows 365% in twelve years in Mato Grosso do Sul?Sustainability, environmental protection and clean energy generation. There has never been so much talk about these issues, especially after the visible warming of the planet, which is felt on the skin. To circumvent these problems, or even mitigate them, Mato Grosso do Sul began diversification in power generation models, prioritizing processes that do not harm the environment. One of them is sugarcane bagasse biomass. In twelve years, the delivery of bioelectricity – or clean energy, or biomass energy – grew by 365%.??From 2009 to 2021, for example, the delivery of bioelectricity from sugarcane by Mato Grosso do Sul jumped 631,000 Megawatt per hour (MWh) to 2.3 million MWh. The figures are from the Electric Energy Trading Chamber (CCEE), compiled by the Association of Bioproducers of Mato Grosso do Sul (Biosul). Ivinhema, Angélica, Rio Brilhante, Caarapó, Ponta Porã, Chapadão do Sul and Sonora are some of the main producers of the energy that uses straw and sugarcane bagasse.??According to Amaury Pekelman, president of biosul's Deliberative Council, it is a clean and renewable energy source that provides energy security and contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions. This bioletricity captained by Biosul is the electrical energy generated from biomass, organic matter of plant origin. Both bagasse and sugarcane straw are two by-products reused for this purpose in the sugar-energy industries. Throughout the state, the 17 sugar-energy units in operation cogenerate bioelectricity for their own consumption.??Of these, 11 units – or 64% of them – export the surplus to the National Interconnected System (SIN), which is responsible for the energy distribution network throughout the country. Today, Mato Grosso do Sul is the 4th largest exporter of bioelectricity to SIN. According to Amaury Pekelman, bioelectricity cogeneration has been increasingly highlighted by its potential in terms of sustainability. "The bioelectricity generated from sugarcane biomass brings environmental and economic gains. It is a clean and renewable energy source that provides energy security and contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, strengthening the participation of plants operating in the state in programs such as RenovaBio", he points out.??At the same time, energy from sugarcane biomass is also a stimulus to job creation and new investments in industry. Its importance in the country's energy matrix is mainly due to the complementarity of hydroelectric energy, as an alternative in the period of little rain. In addition, the economy with transmission structure can be highlighted since the plants are located near the consumer centers. Check out the industry numbers in Mato Grosso do SulCrop 2021/2022: 41 million tonnes of sugarcane 1.3 million tons of sugar 2.4 billion liters of ethanol Production mix: 75% for ethanol and 25% for sugar National Ranking: 4th largest producer of sugarcane 5th largest ethanol producer 5th largest sugar producer 4th largest exporter of bioelectricity to SIN Production profile: ?17 units in operation All are producers of hydrated ethanol. 11 anhydrous producers 10 sugar producers. 10 VHP sugar producers. 03 producers crystal sugar. 02 refined sugar producers. All cogenerate bioelectricity, 11 export the surplus to the national electricity grid. Area 84% of sugarcane crops are concentrated in the southern cone of the state; 650,000 hectares harvested; 800,000 hectares planted;??Expansion without the need for deforestation. Employment: One of the largest salary in the industry with R$ 834 million (Caged/Biosul/2021); 30,000 direct jobs generated in MS; R$ 3,149.73 - Best average salary in the industry (+ 10,000 employees); R$ 3,032.35 - Highest average salary in agriculture (+ 3,000 employees).
Linked in - Rodrigo Egéa de Miranda's PHC Director General BrasilNO USE BLAMING THE CLIMATE The current crop is not very encouraging. That prospect of production above the previous harvest is gradually getting in the way, unfortunately. According to information from Unica - Union of the Sugarcane and Bioenergy Industry published by novacana portal, we are more than 8% below in TCH and almost 13% below in TAH when compared to the 2021/2022 harvest. While productivity does not react, opportunities for the sugar-energy segment grow: - Cogeneration grew 365% in the last 12 months in MS - Ethanol diesel is quoted to replace fossil fuel ( In addition to these, we have hydrogen cells for automobiles and biogas, among several others. BUT FOR this to be a real opportunity, NEED TO HAVE CANE TO GRIND. The climate will continue to challenge productivity and only the increasing adoption of TECHNOLOGIES in sugarcane production will transform potential opportunities into BUSINESS.INVESTMENT CANNOT BE THOUGHT OF COST/HECTARE. IT IS NECESSARY TO THINK THE INVESTMENT IN COST/TON HARVESTED. THINK ABOUT IT
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