New crop is coming

Bulgaria started harvesting last weekend. On first sight quality seems to be good and we can expect similar quality as last year. Texas, USA, has started harvesting and with good results as there were no issues detected on insect damage or...

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Market update – new crop

Bulgaria dealt with some heavy rainfalls last week and in some places even more than 30 liters per square meter. Luckily the sunflowers are at a growing stage where they can handle these circumstances better. In fact, before the rain from last...

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Current situation

The market has settled a bit after a boisterous Gulfood exhibition, where prices were adjusted downwards. Nevertheless, buyers remain in a hand-to-mouth-mode, but feel that the bottom has been reached. Some traders are speculating by purchasing...

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New crop and Gulfood

Approaching Gulfood we see that after a period of low prices and mediocre demand, the market is stabilizing. That being said, buyers remain in a hand-to-mouth mode as they are awaiting with great anticipation what the crop from Argentina is going...

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New crop is coming!

Eastern-European crop is almost harvested, with mixed results. After a wet start, in the early growing stages, it became very dry and in some areas it did not rain for more than 90 days. Some varieties have been effected by drought stress...

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Market update

After a relative quiet first quarter, we see the market demand is going up again. Mainly the Middle East has been active the last couple of weeks as positions are being covered for the Ramadan season. Prices remain the same, with exception of...

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Market Update

New Eastern-European origins have entered the market, offering the more traditional ‘Dakota type’. The seed quality is good, however the Dakota is a round type in-shell. USA has completed their harvest. Overall quality is considered...

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Crop update

CEE crop is harvested, with good results. It was a dry summer, which resulted in attractive seeds, with nearly no scuffing. Some varieties have been effected by drought stress, however our Long Type (Red River 2217 hybrid) showed to be tolerant...

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Anuga

    As always the Anuga was great, again bigger than last time. Too all visitors we would like to thank you for visiting us and for the people who couldn’t make it, we will be at the next relevant exhibition.

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