22-24 Sept. 2020 – Hazera have enjoyed welcoming customers to their annual open days for many years, but this year, owing to the current Covid-19 situation, Hazera will offer a unique three-day, digital programme. This being organised in close cooperation with the company HM.Clause.
During this digital event, they will show and discuss their latest product range, on 22-24 September 2020, from 9 a.m. Go to www.hazera-events.com.
Onion – High yield, high quality!
In the onion portfolio, they are presenting a newest variety 37-222. This is an extra long day red onion with the golden combination of very high yield and high quality suitable for long storage. A newest yellow onion in the long day segment is 37-117 and it has an excellent bulb and storage quality, with firmness and high yield potential.
Power to the leeks
New to their existing leek portfolio they present a new yield booster 33-2580. This highly productive hybrid combines an attractive dark green leaf with an excellent, uniform yield positioned for late summer and autumn harvest.
Brassicas – Reliable quality in a changing environment
The environment and consumer preferences change continuously and Hazera’s breeding offers solutions to these varying market needs with their new and established varieties. Join to discuss how they create value.
Rendera is the latest variety from the high tech tomato breeding programme. It is an early cluster tomato, up to 14 days earlier than the reference varieties. It has beautiful, healthy green parts and has a great storability.
Sensera is a new, innovative and tasteful cluster tomato with an attractive red color. It’s the only tomato with natural handle, which means less plastic and packaging is needed.
Watermelons – Quality all the way
Through offering solutions in size ranges to both growers and shippers, retailers can offer excellent watermelons of convenient sizes according to the market needs. Varieties such as Lynx have already set a new standard for the consumer: a small sweet and crunchy watermelon that brings excellent eating qualities from long distance and keeps well in the fridge.
We will feature solutions to the grower with a New Generation of Quality aiming for healthy crops with a new pipeline of watermelons.
HM.Clause will present an assortment of their best crops, including broccoli, carrot, cauliflower and several tomato specialties.
The broccoli range will be highlighted with Babilon, a main season hybrid with uniform maturity for concentrated harves. It has firm heads with a nice dome shape.
In tomato they have a very broad breeding program, adapted to meet the requirements of dedicated growers, supply and consumers in large parts of the world. This season they will highlight Diletto, their new Albenga type. This variety produces an excellent yield and has a very good tolerance to Blossom End Rot.
The new Nantaise variety Polydor, a Priam type, will be presented. This variety shows great qualities for storage, slicing and direct sales to fresh markets from end of July onwards. It combines smooth skin with very strong roots and the healthy foliage is a benefit for organic production.
HM.Clause is proud to showcase the diversity of their brassica breeding innovations. In white cauliflower new variety HMC33833 brings an early season option with excellent curd quality and strong performance in hot conditions. In the Romanesco range they bring high-quality, attractive curds in a variety of colours.
The newest innovation is HMC33919 bringing an ORANGE Romanesco to the market. With a strong adaptability and high quality color and curd – it is in high demand from growers, retailers, and consumers.
From this year, HM.CLAUSE offers their customer corn salad seeds treated with a biofungicide (Mycostop®). One of the advantages of this agent is not to generate residues while having a good efficiency against pathogenic fungi. This innovative process contributes to the implementation of good practices at the grower level for a sustainable agriculture and more respectful of the environment.