Hazera Tomato Team from R&D and Marketing divisions, hosted ZZ2 Tomato Team from South Africa at Hazera’s demonstration GH in Besor and our Taste Experience Center in Berurim, Israel. Continue reading
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
Hazera continues its fresh supply chain commitment by being present at Fruit Logistica 2017, presenting new products, ideas and opportunities for partnerships in the fresh produce supply chain. Continue reading
Interview with Hazera’s Commercial Director Antoon Santegoeds
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. Continue reading
Hazera’s International Open Days at Moshav Nir Chen, Israel: 13 – 14 of July 2016
The annual agricultural celebration, a 13 year tradition, was held this year for the second time in Moshav Nir Chen in southern Israel, and showcased a range of Hazera crops developed for open fields, as well as a selection of greenhouse tomato varieties. Continue reading
Technological advancements have made it possible to develop new pepper varieties according to the needs and trends in different markets. Interview with Serge Benarous of Hazera.
There are a lot of ways to learn about a country’s culture. Apparently one of these ways is to look at their preferences in the peppers they consume. We interviewed Serge Benarous, Pepper Global Product Manager at Hazera, who explained how the international seed industry is developing different pepper varieties for different markets. Continue reading
by Teklay Tessfay, Ethiopia
I am from Ethiopia, and I got your seeds in Shara. I have some questions about Shanty treatment, if you please.
1) What should be the rate of fertilizer application, especially in relation to growth stages? The area is severely deficient.
2) Some pointers about how & when to prune.
3) Some photos of Shanti tomato production, if available.
4) I am going to transplant Shanty Tomato seedlings. What is the appropriate spacing and how should I arrange the stakes for support?