Hazera hosted a distinguished delegation of Ethiopian government officials specializing in agriculture on Wednesday, September 25th. The tour of the Hazera site was one of the highlights of the delegation’s almost month-long visit to Israel in September, initiated by the Mashav International Training Center on Agriculture (MATC). Continue reading
‘’Together is better’’ Arhagelo of Irinoupoli, in Imathia
For the first time ever, Hazera Hellas held an extensive open field event in Greece, showcasing and presenting the full portfolio of Hazera products: tomatoes, peppers, watermelons, lettuce, cabbage, cucumbers, melons and eggplants. The two-day event was held in Arhagelo of Irinoupoli, in Imathia. Continue reading
The visit to Israel of the Asia & Pacific Seed Association’s delegation, comprised of delegates from Japan, China, Hong Kong, India, Thailand and even Indonesia, was intended to expose visitors to advanced Israeli technologies, and in particular to the development of seeds for agriculture – the field in which Hazera is a global leader. Continue reading
Last week, Hazera R&D and Marketing representatives attended the 16th Solanaceae Conference (SOL 2019), held this year in Jerusalem. This year, Hazera and Limagrain were proud to be major sponsors of this industry leading conference. The conference brought together leading scientists, students and plant breeders in a pleasant atmosphere that was conducive to sharing knowledge, expertise and formulating a vision of international collaboration. Continue reading
The art is to simultaneously unlock market opportunities and adapt to market characteristics
An interview with Mr. Cees Boon, Commercial Director Asia Pacific & South Africa for Hazera, part of the vegetable division of the Limagrain Group. Continue reading
The multiple advantages of innovative lettuce varieties: color, texture, flavor and shelf-life
Lettuce is one of the most highly marketed vegetables in Israel. An interview with Oz Drori , our Regional Sales Manager & PD for lettuce varieties for the Israeli market on the IsraelAgri portal – click for the interview.
Climate change has a big influence on the future of onions and potatoes. Hazera is working hard to develop the onion of the future.
Onion breeders are making headway in improved storability and
resistance to key diseases. Sue Jupe reports.
Dutch onion producers can do practically anything. After all, 130 export destinations each require their ‘own’ version of the Holland Onion. Dutch onions can be sorted to an accuracy of half a centimetre with respect to their size and weight. All customary sortings are possible. Pickles (28-40 mm), Small sized (35-50 mm), Middle sized (40-60 mm, 45-65 mm, 50-60 mm and 50-70 mm), Large sized (60-80 mm and Super sized (75-105 mm) are the most common sorting ranges. Within these ranges we can perform very specific additional sorting, using customised sieves.