Bejo joins the Horti Asia as part of the Dutch Pavilion, stand E7, to demonstrate the potential of top quality hybrid seed for the South East Asian market. In particular, the potential of tropical shallots from seed will be highlighted during Horti Asia at the conference on Thursday 16th of March at 11am by Luc Driessen, Area Business Manager Asia.
After 30 years of intensive research and testing Bejo introduces the first tropical shallot from seed varieties in the world. Tropix is the first generative tropical shallot variety and Maserati F1 is the first hybrid tropical shallot variety. Both are derived from Asian genetic sources and both have their unique qualities. These varieties allow for production of healthy shallots from high quality seed. At stand E7, at the Dutch Pavillion, Bejo representatives can provide you with details of these and many other vegetable varieties and advise you on the cultivation of each variety in your local conditions.
demonstrate the potential of top quality hybrid seed for the South East Asian market
Bejo actively shares their knowledge on the cultivation of open field crops and related subjects. Besides the personal advise of the Bejo represenatives on suitable varieties and cultivation practices meeting your wishes and local conditions, Bejo also provides digital tools like the Cropalyser. The Cropalyser is a practical tool to easily identify major pests, diseases and disorders in vegetable crops. The app currently offers information on the health and growth of the crops: Carrots, Onions, Brassicas, Red Beet, Radicchio and Celeriac/Celery. The app is available for Apple, Android and Windows devices, go to www.cropalyser.com or try the Cropalyser at the stand of Bejo in the Dutch Pavilion, stand E7.
Bejo, a Dutch family company by origin, is active in the breeding, production, processing and sale of quality seeds for open field crops. With a range of approximately 50 crops and more than 1,000 varieties, Bejo has a full range available for all markets and for various climates. Bejo seeds are available in more than 100 countries through its global network of Bejo companies and dedicated distributors