The effects of climate change on the future of onions and potatoes.
Hazera offers varieties in a wide range of crops, including tomato, watermelon, onion, pepper, headed cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, melon, cucumber, radish, leek and lettuce.
Besides agronomic qualities such as yield and disease resistance, Hazera is focussing on qualities required by the whole chain, such as taste, quality, attractiveness, convenience and nutritional qualities.
We develop these high quality and tasty products in close cooperation with all our partners in the chain.
The new Crucifer Research and Development station has opened in Warmenhuizen, North Holland.
Hazera presented its latest range of crops and innovative concept ‘Share a Summersun Smile’ at Fruit Logistica 2018.
The event is one of the most important in the fresh chain and attracts more than 3,000 companies and more than 70,000 visitors of 86 different countries.
Hazera focuses on delivering superior value throughout the chain, with dedicated vegetable variety breeding and support, creating products that respond to needs and open growth opportunities.
This is accomplished through long-term cooperation with growers, processors, traders and retailers.
At Fruit Logistica we presented our latest range of innovative products and explored, together with our visitors, the options for fruitful partnerships.
Hazera also successfully presented the Share a Summersun smile concept. Summersun is a yellow cherry tomato with an exceptional taste and colour. The variety was presented in a box to visitors at the show. In the box was a separate compartment with a caption ‘one to share’. The idea of the concept was to share your last, tasty tomato with someone else!
Thank you for visiting us at Fruit Logistica 2018!
We look back positively on a memorable event with even more fruitful and interesting discussions.
We look forward to seeing you again soon at one of our future events.
For more information go to www.hazera.com/events
Onion breeders make headway in improved storability and resistance to key diseases.
The UK Brassica 2018 event will take place in Kirton Holme, Boston on Wednesday 10th and Thursday 11th October 2018 from 9am to 5pm on both days. Now established as a leading demonstration for growers, the open days will display a wide selection of the company’s brassica products over the extensive site. Continue reading
The Roseland Project began as a development to support a school in Holeta Town, Ethiopia. The foundation is committed to provide an education for the poorest children in the area and has now spread to 13 additional villages. Hazera is now training farmers all over Africa and is introducing vegetable varieties that bring a healthy profit to their farms.
Recent independent tests show enhanced levels of cavity spot and virus resistance.
Varieties featuring new genetics offered by Hazera’s sister company, Vilmorin, are looking particularly strong, as demonstrated by new main crop variety Octavo F1. Results from the trial show Octavo F1 outperforming other varieties, including some industry standards.
Hazera Seeds UK Ltd have announced an exclusive partnership with Hargreaves Plants Ltd for marketing their exciting new asparagus variety Greenic F1, formerly 1021.
Interview with Hazera’s Commercial Director Antoon Santegoeds
Made, September 21st, 2016
Vegetable seed company Hazera will soon open its doors to show its new range at the International Open Days, taking place from 27th September to 29th September on a brand new field in Warmenhuizen, The Netherlands. In recent years Hazera has realised substantial growth in a very competitive market. Which factors have driven this success, and which are the ambitions for the future? We asked Hazera’s Commercial Director Mr. Antoon Santegoeds to explain. Continue reading