Another successful year for Hazera at Expo AgroAlimentaria in Mexico – the annual agricultural event that is one of the largest and most important agro events in central and south America. Continue reading
This time, we focus on the development and training of farmers in Sierra Leone in west Africa, where we held 3 training courses in 3 different locations. We demonstrated the added value that hybrid vegetable seeds could bring to the farmers and market in Sierra Leone.
The training sessions covered subjects such as nursery preparation and principles in growing vegetables in hot and humid climates.
Hazera’s varieties in Africa – Angola
Indeterminate tomato – Lamia, Mini watermelon – Polimore, red pepper – Elinor and Galia type melon – Ra’anan.
Fulltime 40 uur, Made
The objective of this position is to support the development of hybrid vegetables with resistance against arthropod pests. You are based at the R&D site of Hazera Seeds B.V. in Made and you will report to the Lead Entomologist. As the position is embedded in the Group’s R&D structure, functional reporting relationships exist to trait/crop coordinators of the Vegetable Seed Division of the Limagrain Group.
Hazera seeds presents the leading Roma varieties tomatoes in Mexico Alvaro, Gabby & Vanessa
All you need to know about Who we are, our different crops and our activities in Mexico.
For more than a year, Hazera has been supporting the Community Garden project run by the Friends of Nature in Gedera, Israel, by supplying seeds and providing professional guidance.
The project received media coverage in a report entitled “Something good” on Channel 10’s leading daily newscast.
Hundreds of farmers from all corners of Israel participated in Hazera company’s Open Field Day, held on the 8th and 9th of July 2015. This agricultural celebration, that has been taking place annually for 12 years, was held this year in Moshav Nir Chen in southern Israel, and included a variety of Hazera crops developed for open fields, as well as a selection of greenhouse tomato varieties. Continue reading