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West Central Africa 2020 | English Version

Introduction We have the

Introduction We have the pleasure in presenting you our new vegetable seed catalogue for west and central Africa, which is full of descriptions of the range of vegetable seeds in our portfolio. There is a short description of how to grow Onions and Tomatoes in 5 steps, plus a cost benefit analysis of Tomato and Onion cultivation using hybrid varieties against open pollinated varieties. Our Enza Zaden research teams, based in the key vegetable growing areas around the world, align their breeding objectives directly to the needs of the vegetable producers and consumers. Improved product quality, resistance to diseases and increase in yield capability remain the three main research targets. The application of modern breeding techniques is key to the success of Enza Zaden today. It should be noted that, our hybrids are have not been GENETICALLY MODIFIED (non G.M.O). Our investment in modern technology is based on a clear vision for the future needs of all actors in the modern vegetable production and marketing chain. Enza Zaden has built its position and reputation in 80 years of existence on the strong feeling of partnership it has with all its customers, and today we emphasize the importance of partnership in its many forms and styles. Partnership emphasizes the strength of independence with the spirit of successful collaboration. Enza Zaden is happy to provide you with this vegetable catalogue for west and central Africa which we hope will provide you with the inspiration to use and recommend our top quality vegetable seed varieties Kingsley Ngwa Muyo Area Manager West and Central Africa Enza Zaden | 3

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