This year the African Seed Trade Association (AFSTA) congress was held in Mombasa Kenya from March 4 to 7, where it was attended by hundreds of delegates from dozens of countries (both from Africa and worldwide). Hazera was proud to take part in the Congress, alongside leading international and African seeds companies, as an exhibitor and members of AFSTA.
Hazera’s CEO, Rami Dar and Hazera’s Deputy CEO, Amit Einav’s visit to South Africa and our subsidiary was an opportunity for a comprehensive overview of our subs activities, as well as insights into our operations. Continue reading
Last week we hosted an Ethiopian delegation in the presence of The Director General for Plant Health Quality Control Directorial, Mr.Welde Hawariate Asefa Fisseha.
As part of Hazera’s ongoing commitment, we are continuing to share our knowledge throughout the world – and this time with growers in Kenya. We held two open field days in Kenya last week, in collaboration with Amiran K Ltd. One field day focused on Russet onions, while the other day highlighted Shanty Improved tomatoes.
The first two days were organized for international visitors who came all the way from Angola, Uganda, Tanzania, Zambia, Kenya, Rwanda and Israel (including the Hazera’s CEO, Rami Dar).
Open Field Days in Ethiopia – last week, Hazera held field days in three different areas in Wolo, Ethiopia: Shewa Robit, Kemise and Kobo.
Our partner in Ethiopia participated in the women 1st great run, with branded T- shirts of Hazera varieties: Sivan onion, Shanty tomato, Serenade pepper, Polimore watermelon. 12,000 women participated under the motto: Violence – Free life: It’s my right! Well done! Continue reading
During an onion open day in Ethiopia last week, the Russet onion was successfully exhibited in two new areas: Upper Awash and Koka. This was in addition to Sivan onions, which have already attained a distinguished position in the Keresa region. 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.