One of our leading Romaine-type variety. Highly productive and Multi-purpose. Resistance to Bolting, Tip-burn and Heat. For indoor and outdoor production. You can find it at Amiran, near Nairobi, Kenya. Continue reading
This year the AFSTA Congress (African Seeds Trading Association) held in Livingstone, Zambia, from the 2nd to the 5th of March, and attended by hundreds of delegates from numerous countries (both from Africa and worldwide). Hazera was
proud to once again participated in this Congress, as an exhibitor and member of AFSTA, alongside leading seeds companies, both international and African.
Hazera’s lovely booth will showcase our products which are particularly suitable for the African market. Our team will be headed by Jawdat Badawieh – Hazera’s Africa Commercial Director as well as Joram Wambugu – Africa Sales & PD Manager. Our
presence at this important annual Congress is a key component of our strategy to continue Hazera’s development and growth in East Africa, and advance activities and operations in West Africa.
The Congress is also an excellent opportunity to learn more about the markets, their needs and new consumer trends, as well as a great opportunity to welcome many local African visitors, including companies, dealers and farmers and to reinforce our
relations with them, and network with the local growers, customers and NGOs.
Hazera brings you the new: Onion in Africa Series
Agro technical support in 3 episodes!
Check out the 1st episode:
Onion transplanting – The best density for the finest bulbs
Galilea 39 in Ethiopia (Meki area) – Africa, is one of our best tomato varieties for this market, with resistance to PM (Powdery Mildew – Lt), we bring innovation to our growers:
Less chemical spraying – Less expenses!
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.
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.
shanty 92- The variety for the hot rainy season!
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).