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Hazera’s new tomato varieties on display in China

Hazera participated in the 15th Guangdong Seeds Exhibition held in Ke Mu Lang, Guangzhou, between October 10th and 13th.

During this 3 day exhibition, Hazera’s new red and pink tomato varieties were showcased.

The red tomato varieties – “Meifang, ”Shuo Feng” and ”Hui Feng” – attracted special attention.



For more information:
Hazera Seeds Ltd
Israël‏
Berurim M.P Shikmim
Tel: +972 8850 8815
Fax: +972 8850 2442

Publication date: 1/4/2017

 


 

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