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PHC Plant Health Care Plc

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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 0.0% 3.68 3.68 3.80 - 0.00 08:58:42
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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Brazil now India using ProAct for green energy sugarcane biofuel production.Shanmugam Sambanthan, Novozymes India Commercial Head of Agriculture commented: "Sugarcane production must be increased in order to achieve the transition to cleaner energy sources envisaged under India's National Policy on Biofuels. Novozymes is delighted to be working with Plant Health Care to offer Indian farmers a revolutionary biostimulant, Harpin , that enhances sugarcane yield and provides superior economic returns."
Fantastic news12 January 2023Plant Health Care plc("Plant Health Care" or the "Company")Plant Health Care ("PHC") and Novozymes Announce Distribution Agreement to Commence First Harpin ab Commercial Sales in IndiaPlant Health Care(R) (AIM: PHC.L) and Novozymes South Asia Pvt. Ltd. ( NASDAQ OMX: NZYM-B) have signed an agreement for the exclusive distribution of Harpin ab for use in sugar cane production in India.First commercial sales are expected to commence in the second half of 2023, after receipt of the required regulatory approvals. This is the first product introduced into India by PHC. India is the world's second largest producer of sugar cane with about five million hectares under cultivation. Harpin has been used on more than 180,000 hectares of sugar cane in Brazil since the launch in 2018.
"EU legislation means that biostimulants need to be approved. Whilst this isn't the case in the UK I think you'll find that those that have got an EU approaval, meaning they have good data behind them, actually get greater traction in the UK market."

Clare Bend, Head of Product Development,
Origin Enterprises.
on Tramlines 10th Jan 23

Brasil Bio Energy marketTo achieve better canal productivity and ensure profitability, the grower must be open to adopting new technologies that can help him in this challenge.This is the subject of the article signed by our Technical and Regulatory Manager, @salmeidasp_oficial for the magazine @coplacana - Pride of Agro number 32, November-December 2022 edition.Launched for the sugarcane culture, from the 2018/19 crop, by @plant_phcbrasil in partnership with Coplacana - Agro Pride, the Harpin protein (H2COPLA) has shown consistent results increasing productivity in hundreds of areas Tested over four fields It also reduces cost of production per tonne harvested and results in higher volume of sugar and alcohol per area treated, generating more baggage for use in electricity cogeneration and more carbon credits.It's @plant_phcbrasil #breakingtheproductivitybarriers with H2COPLA, the greatest ally of producers.#agro #agronegócio #phc #harpin #canadeaçúcar #h2copla #bioinsumos #sustentabilidade
France opens the EU"The mutual recognition mechanism will help expand the use of Harpin ß in other European countries. Europe is the world's largest market for sustainable agriculture with annual sales of over $2 billion."
France has only approved Harpin. While as Jeff Tweedy says this is fantastic news, I would have been surprised if this had not been approved after years of successful use in Brazil, Mexico and the USA.
Results May ?
Think 2025 maybe the year if they hit or exceed targets. The EPA is a real frustration and the delay will affect the timing for getting products to market. The concern then would be the knock on affect for early US sales/uptake and 2925 targets.The initial successes in Brazil show how good PreTec products are and the yield gains for farmers.You'd think our US partners and their customers would be banging on the EPA door to get the products approved so US growers can reap the benefits. The EU (France) and South American regulators have approved you'd think the US woiuld want to keep up.
Updated - I meant this year - 🙄

Broker note said 36p early this year. They tend to be over optimistic. I also heard 20p from a source, again early this year.
The growth here will show revenue up significantly so I’m tempted by the broker position now. More if we’re in profit.
Give it a couple of years though….

New products = new IP = new patents = new moat.
Not long to wait for 2022 results. Late Jan?
PHC can’t do anything about EPA delay. It’s like waiting for a bus. The big license is PHC949. It’s so good, someone will buy the company.
Buy well and hold on…

When I saw that PHC had issued a RNS I assumed it was telling us that the US EPA had approved 279. It would have been good to have got an indication of Saori sales given where we are in the soya crop cycle.
New Products Submitted for Regulatory ApprovalPHC279 and PHC949 submitted for approval in BrazilPlant Health Care(R) (AIM: PHC.L), a leading provider of peptides for plant protection to global agriculture markets, has submitted applications to the regulatory agencies in Brazil for approval to commercialize the Company's newest products, PHC279 and PHC949 for use on major crops in Brazil.
Small company drift. A catalyst is needed to get the shareprice moving. Some kind of corporate action or move into profitability. We’ll get there and once we do, suggest you step back; it could really take off.
All trades indicated as sells today but share price showing as closing up 1.5% ?
Would be nice to hear if EPA approval has been granted.
Volume up and ‘radio silence’ on LinkedIn from key personal (who normally post something daily). RNS tomorrow?
Is RC at it again ?
Opinion: The marriage of agronomy and ecology
Xico Graziano*
16th Nov 2023

This November 15th, says the UN that we reached 8 billion inhabitants. And the human population keeps growing: by 2050, we should be 9.7 billion people. How to feed so many people? How to ensure a sustainable planet?

Around 1800, the population reached its 1 billion. That's when Thomas Malthus made his dire prophecy about the inability of food production to keep up with the population explosion. Without population control, he said, famine would break out and the world would erupt in wars. For food.

The most famous prediction about the future of mankind turned out to be the most wrong of all. Thanks to technological advancement, food production has grown impressively, sustaining the advancement of civilization. By 1930, we would double to 2 billion humans.

After another 3 decades, the population reached, in the 1960s, 3 billion inhabitants. That's when oikos began to complain, originating ecology as an essential scientific discipline in human learning.

Once food was overcome as a restrictive factor –making hunger a drama related to distribution, not production– environmental problems emerged. The ecological footprint on Earth only grew.

At that time, more precisely in 1972, the Club of Rome, aided by scholars from MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology), published the worrying “Limits to Growth”. The report pointed out, for a scenario half a century ahead, a collapse of civilization, arising from the scarcity of natural goods.

Again, population control seemed urgent. It would also be necessary to staunch the economy. Proclaimed by the Club of Rome, the recipe for the future was “zero growth”. Otherwise, natural resources would run out.

As with Malthus, civilizing pessimism would again be defeated by history. Once again, human intelligence, through the tools of technological advancement, would overcome the (false) tragedy announced.

Thus we reach 8 billion inhabitants. Despite the eternal and detestable inequality between peoples and social segments, life is much better than in the past. Just look at the average age of people around the world.

Frightening challenges arise and have been overcome. Until when?

Many now predict the end of the world due to climate change. Planetary warming, mainly caused by fossil fuel burning, deforestation and methane generation, threatens sustainability. Nobody will be able to disdain the climate threat. History teaches us, however, that civilization overcomes its global challenges. The alert of scientists, the mobilization of society, and even the cry of ecological terrorism, instigate human intelligence, forcing it to offer answers to existential challenges.

There is a difference from the past. In the 21st century, private companies have progressively taken up the environmental fight. Before, it was the subject of an ecologist. Now, the ESG agenda is part of economic competition, affecting markets. Just look at two important business proposals, originating in Brazil, announced at the Climate Conference, COP 27, which takes place in Egypt:

the roadmap taken on by 14 giant agribusiness companies (ADM, Amaggi, Bunge, Cargill, COFCO International, Golden Agri-Resources, JBS, Louis Dreyfus Company, Marfrig, Musim Mas, Olam International, Olam Food Ingredients (OFI), Viterra and Wilmar International), aiming to reduce emissions from deforestation;
the creation of Biomas, formed by the association of 3 banks (Itaú/Unibanco, Santander and Rabobank) with 3 companies (Suzano, Vale and Marfrig), aimed at restoring and conserving native forests.
Lula is going to participate in COP27. It is a positive movement and one that creates optimism. Defending the Amazon helps bring down international articulations that place barriers against Brazilian exports.

Bolsonaro never understood this. He fought with environmentalism without realizing the current role of the capitalist economy in the changes towards a low-carbon economy. It is necessary to seek synergies between capital, government and civil society.

On the other hand, the biggest mistake made by some traditional ecologists has been to consider agriculture as the villain of environmental problems. As a result, they become enemies of the field. They attack rural producers.

It's past time for this intrigue to end. Modern technological production systems in agriculture are no longer a problem and have become an environmental solution. Gradually, modern, sustainable and regenerative agriculture is imposing itself as dominant, displacing the outdated predatory agriculture.

Whoever bets on this turning point will find the way to the Brazilian future. Brazil has everything it takes to become the greatest agro-environmental power in the world. We have no illusions. The 8 billion human beings on Earth demand non-stop food. However, it is clear that the ecological footprint has limits.

Enough of us against them. No more wasting time on stupid accusations. No more cultivating discord. No more generalizing the exception. It's time to promote the marriage of agronomy and ecology.

*Member of the Sustainable Agro Scientific Council (CCAS)

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PHC distributer 'AGER Agro' will soon add Bolivia to the countries it supplies (currently Argentina, Uruguay, Paraguay).

In Bolivia, soybean is the leading commercial crop, dominating the agro production as well as the export (mostly soybean oil and oil cake). Other relevant crops include sugar cane, maize, wheat, sorghum and sunflower, each playing a significant role in different agro-food or feed value chains.

Shell has agreed to buy a total of 3.25 billion litres of sugar-cane cellulosic ethanol under a long-term agreement with Brazil’s Raízen. The low-carbon fuel is expected to be produced by five plants that Raízen plans to build in Brazil, bringing its total portfolio of cellulosic ethanol facilities to nine.

PHC279 - Saori going to be in demand for Sugar Cane growers in Brazil with news like this. As Majors purchase huge amounts of sugar-cane cellulosic ethanol the Sugar Cane growers will need to keep up with the help of PHC.

Thanks for sharing Macc1.
They seem very confident of $30m revenue by 2025. I also like the sound of Indian sugarcane expansion plans. India is the biggest producer of sugarcane after Brazil with 281m tons.
Let’s hope the PHC snowball keeps rolling round the globe.

here's a new investor video for plant healthcare
No RNS so process still ongoing.
Is the result out?
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